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Snap Coupler Bale Spear

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cam50

01-09-2013 17:39:33




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Anybody ever seen one?..made one?? Three point conversions are expensive so I"d like to find/build one for the sc. Any ideas?? Thanks




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NEKS

01-12-2013 06:28:40




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 Re: Snap Coupler Bale Spear in reply to cam50, 01-09-2013 17:39:33  
I bought a old snap coupler plow at a farm sale for 13 dollars and made a bale carrier out of it.



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hd6gtom

01-11-2013 13:30:49




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 Re: Snap Coupler Bale Spear in reply to cam50, 01-09-2013 17:39:33  
DAD took the snap coupler hitch off an old tandem disk, had a spear welded on and had an easy to make bale stabber for his D19. layd around for years till some bozo stole it last spring.



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Diydave

01-10-2013 05:26:48




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 Re: Snap Coupler Bale Spear in reply to cam50, 01-09-2013 17:39:33  
Get an old SC toolbar, and weld a spear or 2 to it. I put a spear on the top of an old skidloader manure bucket. At the time I made it, Agrisupply.com had the cheapest Buhler spear and socket, I think it was $29 for the spear, and $12 for the socket, plus reasonable shipping.



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Sid

01-09-2013 22:09:54




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 Re: Snap Coupler Bale Spear in reply to cam50, 01-09-2013 17:39:33  
Found this in the archives Not a lot of detail but it may give you a good start.



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cam50

01-09-2013 18:15:44




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 Re: Snap Coupler Bale Spear in reply to cam50, 01-09-2013 17:39:33  
I've considered converting to 3 point but have 2 different D17s and just thought a snap coupler spear would be easier than two conversions or switching one back and forth. Not a crucial matter but would free up the bigger tractor for other things.



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old

01-09-2013 18:32:10




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 Re: Snap Coupler Bale Spear in reply to cam50, 01-09-2013 18:15:44  
Big problem with the snap coupler set up and building one is the hook up under the tractor. As I said I could do it if I had the snap parts as in the part that snaps into the lift arms



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old

01-09-2013 18:00:00




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 Re: Snap Coupler Bale Spear in reply to cam50, 01-09-2013 17:39:33  
Never seen one but I could build one pretty easy but I can also do a 3 point swap from a snap coupler pretty easy. I have done the 3 point set ups 3 plus times on the WD/WD45/D-17. The biggest cost is the 2-3 point arms



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