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Re: New Holland Bale Wagon

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Mel gave good advise, I will add that one of the most important things is to have a tight equal sized bale, I liked a 42" long bale as they would make a very good three wide stack, I had a 1002 I leased several years that worked well it was just to small for me, I then bought a 1034 and run it for 10 years and I loved it, one thing a 1034 has that a 1033 does not is a hyd returned 3rd table rack, you must hold the 3rd table lever until it returns to the forward position each time you unload, I liked this better as the 1033 has a spring return rack that does require some maintance, not bad but it does wear out the brake shoes every few years depending on how much you use it, other than the chute chain and the pump drive chain there is not much that wears out I did replace the chute skid shoes once also but that was mostly from the PO who did not adjust the height and it rubbed the ground too much, our hills here was not too bad except going down hill you some times would need to stop the 2nd table until you got more level as it could make it fall, depending on the hill usually I would just lock the table up at the end of its cycle to hold the row inplace then when I got at the bottom release it and all was fine, putting a tier tye in at the 5th row worked best for me and made the stacks very stable, however that is something also very important to stacking the best stack yards I made by gradeing the area to have the outside of the stack rows higher than the middel to make the satck lean towards the center, you can have the stack run uphill with great results also, stacking on a down hill slope takes a bit of practice and is to be avoided if at all posibble, another tip I liked to do was to lay down and stake ribbon to line up the drawbar with on each row this makes learning how to stack much easier, also with a tractor balewagon it is easy to "pack" each stack in tight to the previous one, I liked a 80-100hp tractor on mine mainly for weight when stacking and also I hauled/delivered 200-300 ton to customers 5-10 miles from my field and the 100hp tractor ran upill no problem in road gear with out shifting, hope this helps you a bit, I myself if I still baled any amount of small squares would not be without one they worked tha well for me and I put up 125000 bales a year with mine good luck cnt

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