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#3 M/F square hay bailer tire size?

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07-25-2001 10:01:14

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Hello, I just got a #3 hay bailer it has two mismatched tires (both bad) can any one help with tire size? it needs to have the correct height to work corectly right? one is a 700 15 other is a 800 15 . can I switch to a P225R 15 or the like? any idea ? also where can I get a owners manual? thank you for your help

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01-11-2005 06:25:15

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 Re: #3 M/F square hay bailer tire size? in reply to noah , 07-25-2001 10:01:14  
sorry your screwed!!!!i dont know...have fun

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08-18-2001 18:09:39

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 Re: #3 M/F square hay bailer tire size? in reply to noah , 07-25-2001 10:01:14  
I have a M.F. #9 baler that uses a 500-15 on the pick-up side and a 650-15 on the side that the plunger and packer are on. I'm pretty shure that these are the original sizes. Also I think that the #3 and #9 balers are very similar. The P225/15 might be ok on the one side but it would be way to wide for the 500-15 side. I think the rim for the pick-up side is only 4 or 5 inchs wide. Hope this helps.

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