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06-04-2014 15:12:57

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Im farming alfalfa with my case 801b. Always contracted cutting/bailing.

Can I run a gehl 1460 4x5 800 pound rounds?

Will my hydraulic system be strong enough for tying/ ejecting

Also, I have tricycle set up. Bought a wide front to swap out, but wondering if I can just bail the alfafa tim grass mix with the tri.

Will the hay get crushed/wet?

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06-05-2014 04:16:26

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 Re: can my case 801 handle... in reply to Larkin, 06-04-2014 15:12:57  
I'd try getting some solvent and grease onto the spindles first. Dried grease responds very well to PB Blaster. Shoot it in with a grease gun.

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06-04-2014 15:39:34

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 Re: can my case 801 handle... in reply to Larkin, 06-04-2014 15:12:57  
Switch to a wide front. When the hay dries running it over will knock the leaves off and that's the nutrients. I use my 530 to now and my 801 to bale, works good but you need to keeps the throttle up.

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06-04-2014 17:52:15

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 Re: can my case 801 handle... in reply to 1031D, 06-04-2014 15:39:34  
Thats good info thanks.

The wide front I bought seems frozen up.


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06-04-2014 18:41:24

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 Re: can my case 801 handle... in reply to Larkin, 06-04-2014 17:52:15  
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Frozen as in wheels won't turn? Pivots froze? Or tubes won't slide? If the wheels won't turn there's needle bearings in the verticle spindles that may be dry or rusty.

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06-04-2014 19:10:40

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 Re: can my case 801 handle... in reply to 1031D, 06-04-2014 18:41:24  
The wheels spin free. But I cant move the linkage, or the pivots/

How should I attack it?

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