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Re: New Balers

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David G

09-26-2013 19:22:14

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MoCo is 1000 RPM, would not have to change shafts between mowing and baling.

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09-27-2013 06:12:23

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 Re: New Balers in reply to David G, 09-26-2013 19:22:14  
I've lived with that for about 8 years now. My mower is 1000rpm, everything else 540. My main tractor is a 4010 John Deere. Luckily, changing pto's is simply removal of four bolts and sticking the other shaft in. I always thought it would be nice to have both shafts available like with (some of)the Internationals. Never in my life have I seen a small square baler with 1000 rpm. I finally (after many years) was able to purchase another tractor that is solely dedicated to the baler. 4010 stays on the mower.

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09-27-2013 07:06:55

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 Re: New Balers in reply to randallinMo, 09-27-2013 06:12:23  
Never have seen a 1000 rpm baler myself either, wouldn't be surprised if none were actually sold, but the sprocket and chain reduction is shown in the back of my old 24t operators manual. It mounted on front of the baler. No reason someone couldn't fabricate something similar.

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