Posted by tomstractorsandtoys1 on November 06, 2012 at 18:15:10 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Round Balers posted by 2510Paul on November 05, 2012 at 16:51:09:
We have a Deere 335 that makes a 4x4 bale.We bought it new and have baled thousands of bales of both hay and stalks and a 3020 or 2510 handles it easily.I wish it had the wider pickup that many newer balers have and net wrap would also be nice.I am not sure if anyone makes a 4x4 baler with netwrap? In the 17 years we had the baler we have never replaced a bearing,but have replaced drive chains twice and rebuilt the pickup three times(new teeth) the belts are original but they are two years or more past wore out,we had them resized and new splices put it and want new ones for next year.
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