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Re: NEW HOLLAND 273 OR 276???

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08-19-2013 18:59:59

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Both are good balers, however the 276 is a higher capacity baler built slightly heavier in the frame, axle, plunger, and other components. Can't address price without seeing balers and knowing what the local market will bear.

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08-21-2013 08:01:48

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 Re: NEW HOLLAND 273 OR 276??? in reply to nh014, 08-19-2013 18:59:59  
I have 3 276's, one parts, one I use, one for future use, like JD, picked one up this spring, approximately 15,000 bales in it's lifetime, paid almost $4k for it. Obviously i also like the 276, If i only had a very small quantity of hay to do and the price was right I would likely go with the smaller one. Either one will be good if it has been taken care of.

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08-22-2013 11:04:07

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 Re: NEW HOLLAND 273 OR 276??? in reply to 1130Leo, 08-21-2013 08:01:48  
Thanks, both balers are supposed to be in good shape, and were used this year. The 273 is priced at $3,400 and the 276 at $3,900. So given the 276 is a little heavier sounds like it should be the better buy.

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08-22-2013 11:13:28

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 Re: NEW HOLLAND 273 OR 276??? in reply to Phil H, 08-22-2013 11:04:07  
Depending upon actual condition, I would offer $3,500 on the 276, unless it is in really good shape, that is a fair price.

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08-22-2013 18:02:53

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 Re: NEW HOLLAND 273 OR 276??? in reply to 1130Leo, 08-22-2013 11:13:28  
Yes, from what I can determine, from all the comments, I would start at $3000.00 and close in the middle. Thanks I do appreciate the comments....

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