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New Holland 68 vs 69 - What's Different?

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Bill VA

08-14-2014 09:27:52

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Looking at some pics of a New Holland 69 (or might have been a Super 69), looks a lot, if not identical to my NH68.

Question is - what is different about the NH68 vs the 69, S69?

I'm thinking they only made a S69 - not a 69 and not real sure what the difference is between the 68 and S68 - other than some S68's had roller bearings on the plunger vs wooden slides, but not all. Also there was some kind of rope deal on the supers, not sure what that was for - maybe lifting the pick-up?

Would the S69 (or even the S68) have had a higher capacity than the S68 or maybe a different bale size?

Parts interchange?

Just curious.


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Bill Va

08-15-2014 09:20:14

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 Re: New Holland 68 vs 69 - What's Different? in reply to Bill VA, 08-14-2014 09:27:52  
Thanks for the replies everyone!!!!!


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Zachary Hoyt

08-14-2014 16:48:55

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 Re: New Holland 68 vs 69 - What's Different? in reply to Bill VA, 08-14-2014 09:27:52  
My 68 has the rope thing, if you pull on the rope it tightens around the spinning shaft and lifts the pickup, when you let go of the rope the pickup falls back down and the shaft continues spinning inside the slack loop of rope. Mine needs a new rope, I just haven't gotten to replacing it. Zach

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08-14-2014 15:24:06

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 Re: New Holland 68 vs 69 - What's Different? in reply to Bill VA, 08-14-2014 09:27:52  
The 68 and S68 are the same except for the slides vs rolls. There was auxiliary equipment made for both and that's the rope and such you see on some, can't recall what it does.

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Tech 7

08-14-2014 12:03:55

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 Re: New Holland 68 vs 69 - What's Different? in reply to Bill VA, 08-14-2014 09:27:52  
68 vs.69.....difference of 1. Sorry I couldn't resist.

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08-14-2014 10:48:01

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 Re: New Holland 68 vs 69 - What's Different? in reply to Bill VA, 08-14-2014 09:27:52  
I can not as such tell you if parts will switch out between the two or not but I know parts from a 68 will swap to a 271 because I have used parts off a 68 I have to fix the 271 I have

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