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Re: john deere 510 round baler

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06-26-2013 20:31:46

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lol well i paid scrap price for one.. has new tires and news belts. been in a barn most of its life and rarely used.. figured it was gonna be a wrench throwing machine.. but i will toy around with it.. guess ill stick to my nh br7070 for my customers and custom stuff. never owned a jd baler

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Longmeadow Farm

06-27-2013 04:58:30

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 Re: john deere 510 round baler in reply to 47farmallM, 06-26-2013 20:31:46  
I owned a 410 for almost 20 years and baled about 600 bales per year. It provided me with reasonable service. I had some bearing failures and replaced the belts once. I read the operators manual before using it during a demonstration weekend. The manual explains in some detail how to start a bale, which can be tricky. My Deere dealer arrived on Monday for the baler. He asked how the 410 performed..with a faint smile on his face. I told him it did a fine job. he pressed on further.." how did it do starting a bale"... I responded "fine... I read the manual before I started". His response from that summer day in 1982 was " nobody,.. nobody reads the manuals" And with us both smiling we concluded the sale. That 410 never saw rain, dew and was shedded every evening after use. I must admit, it was somewhat difficult to start a bale if you were not paying attention,as you had to place the windrow directly in the middle of the pickup..throttle back on the ground speed and PTO speed. When I finally upgraded to a 447 in 2002 I thought I died and went to heaven.

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Tx Jim

06-27-2013 06:23:38

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 Re: john deere 510 round baler in reply to Longmeadow Farm, 06-27-2013 04:58:30  
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The newer JD balers have little in common with the first models. They are very easy to operate.

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06-26-2013 23:00:38

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I guess that says it all, doesn't it? :wink:

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