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Re: What kibndof hyd fluid to use in 852 NH R Bailer

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Mt BA is what I mow probably 99% of my hay with. Turns on a dime easy on fuel and rides good. Only problem is it can be hard to get on and the hand lift of the sickle bar is a tad hard. Been thinking about adding a power steering pump to it a control valve and a cylinder for the lift. It is sitting in the hay field waiting for a week with 3 days that the weather guesser say no rain

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06-27-2014 09:06:13

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 Re: What kibndof hyd fluid to use in 852 NH R Bailer in reply to old, 06-27-2014 08:09:20  
Nice!! Love the looks with the duals on the 1 side!! Neat little rig you made up!!

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06-27-2014 09:59:47

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 Re: What kibndof hyd fluid to use in 852 NH R Bailer in reply to ryanwheelock, 06-27-2014 09:06:13  
Ya figured I need the duals on the narrow side to keep from flipping it over and then once I put them on I found it made it look sort of neat also. You do notice the sickle bar on it and that it is down in the mowing position. Also the exhaust pipe is not the run of the mill type of pipe. The exhaust pipe is a copper pipe instead of the normal steel pipe

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