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Pulling a large square baler

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01-20-2013 16:04:35

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I have been pulling my 2150 massey baler with a 4640 Deere without duals. I was wondering if a 4450 with duals would handle it ok. Sometimes it pushes the 46 around on some hills. It wouldn't be an issue but I bought a bigger Kinze planter and am gonna have to be baling wheat straw and planting beans at the same time.

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01-21-2013 17:02:20

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 Re: Pulling a large square baler in reply to Jcrank01, 01-20-2013 16:04:35  
My neighbor runs a 3X3 caseIH with a 5250 CaseIH 4X4.He has the fuel turned up and runs duals and gets along good.We do have some hills and he does custom work both dry and Hi-moisture.Does he wish for a bigger tractor,sometimes but his is paid for so no use spending money for another tractor.You should have plenty of tractor,but another neighbor uses a 8120 Deere on the same size baler.

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01-20-2013 19:39:17

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 Re: Pulling a large square baler in reply to Jcrank01, 01-20-2013 16:04:35  
I have seen 4450's on 3x3 balers, but I would bet you might be short on power, and probably a bit light if you have big hills. Definitely wouldn't want an accumulator on it with the 4450.

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01-20-2013 19:39:03

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 Re: Pulling a large square baler in reply to Jcrank01, 01-20-2013 16:04:35  
No I haven't run duals on the 46 with the baler but I would with the 44.

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01-20-2013 17:58:31

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 Re: Pulling a large square baler in reply to Jcrank01, 01-20-2013 16:04:35  
I would think the 4450 would work fine, but I am a flat lander here. Do you use duals for the side hills?

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