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Re: vermeer 605 g baler

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05-15-2013 20:25:29

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Do thy make nice bales, big bales? I want something that can make a good 1000-1300 pound bale.

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05-15-2013 22:29:18

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 Re: vermeer 605 g baler in reply to montanakid1992, 05-15-2013 20:25:29  
The G is as old as the F baler The G baler uses springs for the bale tension in making the bale where the F uses a hydraulic cylinders to tighten the belts. the g will probably make a good tight bale 1000 to 1200 lbs. depending on hay the main thing is the belts if they are in good shape to make a good bale

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05-16-2013 06:02:38

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 Re: vermeer 605 g baler in reply to jjojj, 05-15-2013 22:29:18  
I have a 504G which is the 4x5 version of the baler. They make a very tight bale. The only thing to watch for is make sure the bearings on the pickup are in good shape. They tend to not get greased because they are a little hard to get to, and rebuilding the pickup on one is expensive. I got lucky when I got mine and somebody had changed the twine box to the later one that holds 3 balls of twine and mounts up higher. I never did care for the round can and dropping it down in there myself. Your 4010 should run it just fine.

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