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New 930 after a short workout

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Doc Larry

07-20-2012 16:58:59




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Bought this "new" 930 at a nearby auction in November, and found and installed a PTO over the winter. Tried it out today with the little square baler, and she did just fine.

The sad part is, we only got 41 small (65 pound) bales off 13 acres of dryland, most of which we didn't even bother to cut. No rain = no hay.

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nitram148

07-23-2012 06:44:26




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to Ty Yost, 07-20-2012 16:58:59  
I know how you are feeling about the hay. I live SE of Hays KS about 30 mins. We have has 1.5 inches of rain total since Easter. Our last alfalfa cutting, we got 4-1,500 lb round bales off of 50 acres. And about having to much power, we run our NH 325 square baler with a 4240JD which is about 115hp. You don't have to much lol.
This post was edited by nitram148 at 06:17:23 07/25/12.

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John Saeli

07-21-2012 08:46:17




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to Doc Larry, 07-20-2012 16:58:59  
What size is the rear rubber on the ol'e girl?



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Doc Larry

07-21-2012 11:08:35




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to John Saeli, 07-21-2012 08:46:17  
John - Those are 23.1-26.

BTW, this is the tractor you sold me some power steering seals and gaskets for. When I bought it, the reservoir would leak empty in about 2 days parked in my shop and the engine and underside of the hood were covered with ATF. The reservoir lid was bent, so I straightened that and replaced the gasket, but it was still leaking around the base so I replaced all those o-rings. That took care of the pump area, but it still dripped from the cylinder. Replace all the seals in that, but still leaking, this time, the flared pipe on the end of the pressure hose was work hardened and wouldn't seal. Replaced the hose, but STILL leaking. Finally realized the flat surface on the cylinder valve body was damaged (that the fittings screwed into and sealed with a copper washer) so took the valve body and fittings down to the machine shop. They machined the mating surface flat, turned down the ends of the fittings a bit so they wouldn't hit the valve spool, and finally, that job was done.

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Old Iron

07-20-2012 19:13:19




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to Doc Larry, 07-20-2012 16:58:59  
Doc Larry what part of the country are you located, as dry as it is, sounds like it might be northwest Kansas.



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Doc Larry

07-21-2012 16:28:18




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to Old Iron, 07-20-2012 19:13:19  
Old Iron - Whereabouts are you? I used to pheasant hunt out there quite a bit, mostly up around Atwood and down to Hoxie. There were a lot of birds back in the mid-1970s.



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Doc Larry

07-21-2012 05:01:32




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to Old Iron, 07-20-2012 19:13:19  
West of Billings, Montana. Driest Jan 1 - July 1 on record for Billings so far this year. Bad all over, I think Case Nutty is in about the same situation.



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Case Nutty 1660

07-21-2012 08:55:41




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to Doc Larry, 07-21-2012 05:01:32  
we look about the same alright I have to get up in your area and pick up my 660 edible bean machine by Pompay Piller not sure if I spelled that right nice pic and a fine looking 930 in 73-76 we sold a lot of 283/320 NH balers good units cnt



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55 50 Ron

07-20-2012 18:46:47




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to Doc Larry, 07-20-2012 16:58:59  
Nice looking tractor and baler, but the 930 is WAY over kill for power needed on that baler!



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Doc Larry

07-21-2012 05:03:00




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 Re: New 930 after a short workout in reply to 55 50 Ron, 07-20-2012 18:46:47  
Too big and too awkward as well, but I just wanted to check out the PTO operation with a load on it. I normally use my 401 on this baler.



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