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m elliott

10-03-2007 10:27:19

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I have recently added a case 220 square baler
to my collection,and was wondering if anyone
could help me find some manuals or parts books? Any help would be glady received.

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10-03-2007 12:28:37

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 Re: baler literature in reply to m elliott, 10-03-2007 10:27:19  
No info on mauuals but what does a machine like that cost????

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m elliott

10-04-2007 12:37:19

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 Re: baler literature in reply to tomturkey, 10-03-2007 12:28:37  
This baler is in better shape than most of the ones I have seen (not that I've seen many). With some soap and water I think it will look
pretty sharp and it hasn't baled enough to wear the paint off the pickup. I paid $300 for it and nearly the same for fuel
trucking it home. My wife thinks I'm nuts.

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10-04-2007 13:52:34

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 Re: baler literature in reply to m elliott, 10-04-2007 12:37:19  
M Most of the wives of us in here think that,I know mine says its like a drug habit.I never get enough.But it keeps me most of the time out of the bars!!

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