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Case Nutty 1660

03-21-2012 08:22:06




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here is the whole booklet

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j hikemper

03-21-2012 19:26:28




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 Re: 220 baler lit scans in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 08:22:06  
shux ...ya sold me!, wisht it was 45 yrs ago , where can i get a new case baler ?,,, without having to mortgage the farm these days



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Don Rudolph

03-21-2012 13:15:05




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 Re: 220 baler lit scans in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 08:22:06  
Tom,

Do you have any experience with a 220 or 230 Case baler? I would like to find one for the few bales we still feed to our beef cows. Also, I have heard the 200 was built too light. Is this true? Don



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Case Nutty 1660

03-21-2012 13:32:16




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 Re: 220 baler lit scans in reply to Don Rudolph, 03-21-2012 13:15:05  
Don the 200,220 and 230 are the same baler except for tin work/more shielding all internal parts are the same, only thing I ever felt was in need of improving was the feed rake teeth holder but thru the years I have redone mine and am satisfied with them now, I can post a pic of my "modifacation" to them for better feeding in dry/brittle crops such as straw or very dry hay if some one is interested cnt

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jon f mn

03-21-2012 21:04:34




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 Re: 220 baler lit scans in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 13:32:16  
I would like to see what you did on the sweep. I have a 200 and the sweep needs work. I could use some ideas. When you talk about mods is that to keep the back of the feed clear? I've had some problems with that in dry grassy hay.



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casecollectorsc

03-21-2012 20:25:56




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 Re: 220 baler lit scans in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 13:32:16  
Dad bought a new Case 133 baler. that thing never missed, never gave any trouble, and had good capacity! When the 220 came out he bought a new one. Somewhat disapointed as the sweep feed did'nt have the capacity that the auger in the 133 had!! Tied good though!



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DC in Northern Illinois

03-21-2012 15:30:27




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 Re: 220 baler lit scans in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 13:32:16  
thank you for taking the time to post this book as I requested .I found it to be informative and I will have to study it for a while.I think that the bailer i was looking at did not have the thower on it but can not be sure for now I will have to check again and I would be interested in pictures of your mods to it as well as some other people on here would be too. thanks and god bless Bob

ps. thank you again

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