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John Deere 336 Baler
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Posted by Matt Weltz on April 27, 2007 at 18:56:17 from (184.108.40.206):
I amy have a chance to get a good used 336 baler at a fair price here in a few days and am wondering what kind of baler they are. I currently have a John Deere 24t and it is awesome but is starting to miss more bales than I would like and everyone says that if you start messing with the knotters that you will never get them adjusted right again. Anyway, did Deere have any trouble with the 336's? What are there strong and weak points? Anything specific I should look for (its been 20 years since I bought a baler!)? Also, would the extra pickup teeth and other miscelaneous parts I have for the 24t fit the 336? Thank you!
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