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Can a WD do it?

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Devin

02-25-2003 05:23:52




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Can a WD with 3pt. lift and move round bales??? 800lbs.




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matt kautza

02-26-2003 06:05:35




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 Re: Can a WD do it? in reply to Devin, 02-25-2003 05:23:52  
The WD should do this with little trouble. They have more power than a lot of people give them credit for. Just make sure you have plenty of wight on the front end



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Ron

02-26-2003 05:34:33




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 Re: Can a WD do it? in reply to Devin, 02-25-2003 05:23:52  
Probably a standard suggestion for the WD and WD-45 would be to have the front tires loaded... They have a lot of power for their size, and will lift the front too much, when plowing, etc. without the weight up front... I keep ALL 4 tires loaded, AND use a front-end weight, and can still lift the front, when plowing... FWIW...!!!



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mj

02-26-2003 07:27:46




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 Re: Re: Can a WD do it? in reply to Ron, 02-26-2003 05:34:33  
How much plow you pulling?



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Sid

02-25-2003 21:29:02




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 Re: Can a WD do it? in reply to Devin, 02-25-2003 05:23:52  
I move them with mine however a fellow I know has a homemade snap coupler bale carrier that I tried on my tractor it is not a three point and it is does not make the front end as light as putting on a three point adapter and a bale carrier. I am going to build one for myself.



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Devin

02-26-2003 05:25:41




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 Re: Re: Can a WD do it? in reply to Sid, 02-25-2003 21:29:02  
If you make a snap coupler carrier for your WD, how about making two and offer one here for sale to see how they sell. May be a business for you.

If I can find a WD, I may be interested in getting a bale carrier for the snap coupler.
I going to try to trade my MC for a WD45.



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mojo

02-25-2003 05:54:34




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 Re: Can a WD do it? in reply to Devin, 02-25-2003 05:23:52  
yep, helps to have alittle extra weight up front, don't try to go up very steep banks foward. if yours doesn't and you don't want to rework the hyd to specs get a trailer type bale mover.



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richardh

02-25-2003 09:49:11




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 Re: Re: Can a WD do it? in reply to mojo, 02-25-2003 05:54:34  
Yes it can I hsve WD45 I lift 1500# bales 2 feed I have very little trouble with the added weight on the front. Remember just keep it on flat ground.



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