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Re: Hay accumulator from a long back some 50 yrs. ago
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My uncle had a Henry, green, somewhere between JD and O. Dad bought it at his estate sale in 65. Dads bales was so light that they would buckle up in the chamber. That bent the front side tin piece. Dad had a couple 2 X 2s put on it which helped.
he also bought a hay trailer that was made out of an old bus or truck. One axle. The maker had bent and bolted onto the wood floor 2 pieces of strap iron over each wheel, with 3 cross pieces to make it ridgid over each wheel. It made it a pain, as the wheels were inset into the floor. AND, When stacking hay, They wernt at the right place to space a bale between the front of the guard, and the bale in front of it. ALSO, The tire was around 1/2 the thickness of a bale high, so that when we was doing the second tier, the bale couldnt lay on the guard as it was lower by 1/2 than the 1st tier. That was near 50yrs ago.
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