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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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self propelled baler?

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Nick m

07-09-2014 13:24:36
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Anyone ever see one of these or know what it is?




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MMDEL

07-30-2014 08:02:53
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 Re: self propelled baler? in reply to Nick m, 07-09-2014 13:24:36  
You never tied wire bales behind a CASE baler evidently.

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MNGB

07-30-2014 11:10:04
67.230.225.74



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 Re: self propelled baler? in reply to MMDEL, 07-30-2014 08:02:53  
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Or an OLIVER wire tie done that when I was a young fellow and still have vivid memories of the experience and that about 60 yrs ago now :lol: :D
GB in MN



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Jim CIn.

07-27-2014 13:07:05
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 Re: self propelled baler? in reply to Nick m, 07-09-2014 13:24:36  
It makes me sweat, itch, and scratch just looking at it. You had to really be tough to stay on one of them for a day of baling!



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Tom Schnitzler

07-11-2014 05:05:43
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 Re: self propelled baler? in reply to Nick m, 07-09-2014 13:24:36  
Yep MM uni tractor with the baler attachment. I messed up big time once. My great uncle bought a 166 New Holland baler that was a couple years old at the time, had the two Wisconsin engines on it, he said he gave $650 for the darn thing, used it a little and parked it in the shed. When he got older and started selling more of his stuff, he put the price at what he had paid for it, and the old goat could remember just what he paid for everything. He didn't sell it but got hurt, broke his shoulder. He was a bachelor by the way. In 2008 the family put him in the nursing home and sold all his things on auction. It brought $17500, some fellow in Minnesota bought it. I talked to him several years before about it and he was okay with letting it go, I wanted to put in parades, but I was young and kicked the idea around to much whether I needed it or not or wasting my money. Live and learn!

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Alan K

07-09-2014 16:34:38
208.83.187.208



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 Re: self propelled baler? in reply to Nick m, 07-09-2014 13:24:36  
Hope someone grabs it before it ends up as scrap.



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mjw

07-09-2014 15:58:36
173.215.56.45



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 Re: self propelled baler? in reply to Nick m, 07-09-2014 13:24:36  
Have always wanted one-Is it for sale by chance?



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Nick m

07-09-2014 16:42:39
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 Re: self propelled baler? in reply to mjw, 07-09-2014 15:58:36  
Don't know. I'll try and find out.



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Larry Mi

07-09-2014 13:49:36
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 Re: self propelled baler? in reply to Nick m, 07-09-2014 13:24:36  
Uni tractor with a baler mounted on it. Back in the day (50=yrs ago) There use to be a few around. Don't see many around any more.



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