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New Holland it is, 271 small squares. Bought this one with my son at a consignment auction a few years ago, needles were broken at the yolk. Lots of jury rigging, it's been rode hard and put away wet.
Only paid $20.00 for it so I can put some more into it if necessary, everybody kept walking by it and my 10 year old said "go for it Dad". He realized it was the same as our regular baler so good for parts if nothing else. Had to replace the yolk, we screwed around trying to get it straight, but it was twisted and just couldn't compensate for it.
Going to try it out tomorrow, got hay down. Made sure the "E-brake" is lubed and adjusted just in case.
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