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FORD 532 SQUARE BALER

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Andy

08-31-2001 13:29:13
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HAVE A CHANCE TO BUY AN OLDER FORD 532 BALER FOR UNDER 1000.00. ARE THESE THINGS ANY GOOD AND DO THEY MAKE A LARGE OR SMALL BALES?




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john2510-3020

09-01-2001 19:29:28
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 Re: FORD 532 SQUARE BALER in reply to Andy, 08-31-2001 13:29:13  
we have a 535 ford baler, ity makes on the average 55lbs bales. we bought it new in 73 and have used it ever since to put up around 5 or 6000 bales a year. my neighbor has one he bought 2 years before me, he has used it sop much that the knotters are wore out,if you let it sit for a few days you have to kick out 30 or 40 bales before it picks up but once it does then you can go for ever. i would get the baler down toaround 850 to 900 which i think is resonable. personaly i think the fords are just as good as the newhollands but werent made for high-capacity hay makers(alfalfa growers) but other wise good balers. if you go to search and type in ford baler it should bring up a deal like this. we had this discussion before.
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Unimog

08-31-2001 19:14:05
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 Re: FORD 532 SQUARE BALER in reply to Andy, 08-31-2001 13:29:13  
Andy, I had a 532T(twine) some years ago. It was
pretty good and parts were available from Ford.
It bales are 14x18 size. These balers are getting
old now, made 1975-81. If your going to get an
older baler I would look for a NH brand. Parts
are found more easily both new and used. I think
the asking price is too high for it's age and brand. Maybe get the price down $500-600 range
and go from there.

Unimog

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Nellie

08-31-2001 16:37:51
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 Re: FORD 532 SQUARE BALER in reply to Andy, 08-31-2001 13:29:13  
They make the 30-40 lb square bales.
Try doing a search at this sit for 'Ford Baler' or Ford 532. I have one and have used for years. I payed $550 for it and it was like new. They were not well thought of by most people. NH is just a superior baler compared to the 532. Some of us can't justify NH prices and get along going second class. However, $1000 is way too much.



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