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n.h.848

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the baler

06-12-2018 16:59:10




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im going to start using my newly aquired 848, ive seen that this does 54'' bales, is it possible to make a true 4' bale. the reason im curious is i do a good bit of custom baling and i set my price based on my old baler 4x4. its just a matter of business economics. i dony really want to raise my rates for these old milkers.




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PJH

06-13-2018 05:49:15




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 Re: n.h.848 in reply to the baler, 06-12-2018 16:59:10  
How does the weight of the bales compare? My 848 makes a 600 pound bale.



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PJH

06-13-2018 01:13:57




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 Re: n.h.848 in reply to the baler, 06-12-2018 16:59:10  
How does the weight of the bales compare? My 848 makes a 600 pound bale.



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Traditional Farmer

06-12-2018 20:16:41




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 Re: n.h.848 in reply to the baler, 06-12-2018 16:59:10  
Can't change the width but you can make the diameter smaller if you want just learn where 4ft is on the gauge.



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