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Re: Ford 536 Haybine value and reliability

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06-21-2013 08:23:40

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The 535 is the New Idea machine. The 536 I think was a Owatonna built machine, who is now MacDon.

Can't say on the reliability. We had a 535, and now a New Idea 290. Our main machine is now a Hesston hydro-swing, but we still use this one for hay we need to dry down fast and for swamps as well as unfamiliar territory. We've found the 290 is much more forgiving of foreign objects and obstacles.

Can't say on a 536.

Donovan from Wisconsin

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06-23-2013 13:59:06

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 Re: Ford 536 Haybine value and reliability in reply to Don-Wi, 06-21-2013 08:23:40  
Ah thats right, I had a 535...his 536 is definitely a different haybine.

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 Re: Ford 536 Haybine value and reliability in reply to dubv, 06-23-2013 13:59:06  
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After doing some research online, this haybine is the same as the Owatonna 206 and 216. The Owatonna 197,207,and 217 are very similar too. Not sure what the differences were in the Owatonna model numbers, maybe 7 and 9 foot models? Everything looks pretty good. Had to replace about 7 guards and all the sickles. Hope to get it finished this week and see how it cuts.

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