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Re: round baler thoughts

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RodInNS

07-15-2013 09:39:37
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As far as soft core balers are concerned... the only one I would own is a Claas Rollant.
If you want belts... I'd be inclined to go with a more modern NewHolland. Deere would probably be my second choice. Vermeer is also a good baler but support can be sporadic in some places.
It's most important to take a close look at what you're getting for that money. 4500 can be a real danger zone for price... as you get everything from really nice weel kept older balers with a lot of life left to some real cheap worn out newer balers that will need another 4500 to make them work... so shop carefully.

Rod

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 Re: round baler thoughts in reply to RodInNS, 07-15-2013 09:39:37  
hay Rod, there is a guy looking for help with his claas 62 net wrap, it's on page two now (classic version)... i've never had to lay a finger on my net wrap (variant 280) so i've never really even looked at it, and my 62 only has twine... hope haying is going ok over there!



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 Re: round baler thoughts in reply to oj, 07-15-2013 10:08:02  
I've never dealt with netwrap on them either. Only have twine on my 44s.
Looking like a heavy crop here... we'll see how the next week pans out.

Rod



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