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?hauling- rotobaler, model 40 combine

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dave in nc

03-11-1999 11:14:48




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please advise, can either of these be hauled on a 7' x 16' tandem axle car trailer
thanks dave




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Bob

03-11-1999 20:08:59




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 Re: ?hauling- rotobaler, model 40 combine in reply to dave in nc, 03-11-1999 11:14:48  
Hi Dave: Yes they can be hauled. Better if the Trailer has wheels under the deck, but if not cross ties have to be used to keep the machine off
the fenders. 1st remove bolts that holds roof on,
easy to damage hard to straighten. Lift front of
bailer by tongue as high as you can.Back trailer
under as far as you can.Lift from rear with ft.end
loader with 2 chains hooked low on corners(angel
iron),re position ties while its in the air.Better
to remove wheels & stub axels then set down on ties.Cuts down on width 9'8" wide. Then shove at
ends of ties with end loader to position in middle
of trailer. Takes time, worked for me, this will
give an idea what your in for. Good Luck!! Bob

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