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650 NH round baler

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04-15-2015 14:53:18

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Well I just bought my first round baler. I found a pretty decent deal on a 650 new Holland. Outside and inside appearance looks good. Has roughly 70 to 75% life left on the roller gears i would say. Belts are good. Pickup looks good with no missing teeth. Has a makeshift buzzer the guy lost the original. Has a light on it and a buzzer. I paid $3200. Do you think that's a good deal? Will be pulling with a 3020 john deere and baling maybe 150 bales a year. Any tips for me. Thank y'all!

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04-15-2015 16:41:29

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 Re: 650 NH round baler in reply to bowhunter4020, 04-15-2015 14:53:18  

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04-15-2015 16:33:36

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 Re: 650 NH round baler in reply to bowhunter4020, 04-15-2015 14:53:18  
Also as far as I know im the 3rd owner. What I was told is that the baler was bought new in 1994 and was used up till 2006 for 500 or so bales a year. The man got sick let sit shedded for 5 to 6 years where the second owner which was his neighbor, bought it and used it 2 years till he traded it in. I talked to the second owner and he said he had only one issue in 2 years and that was the knives wouldn't cut the twine but he adjusted it and fixed it. Also he said the bales wasn't tight as some balers but he thought it was an adjustment. He said the first owner always kept it shedded. My questions are is there an adjustment for the density and do you have to shut the PTO off to dump the bale. I will try to upload a pic. Thanks!

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04-15-2015 17:33:46

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 Re: 650 NH round baler in reply to bowhunter4020, 04-15-2015 16:33:36  
No, don't shut the PTO, the baler disconnects and if equipped will reverse the bale to dump.

Should be hydraulic tension on the bales. Just crank the knob clockwise to increase.


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