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Re: International 1pr and allis chalmers rotobaler

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c.amick

01-08-2020 19:47:47




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What is an IH 1pr? I hear the replacement rotobaler belts are pretty pricey.




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Leroy

01-09-2020 08:01:19




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 Re: International 1pr and allis chalmers rotobaler in reply to c.amick, 01-08-2020 19:47:47  
That is a McCormick 1 row pull type corn picker from 50's, possibly 60's, might have been started to be made in the 40's.



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rrlund

01-09-2020 10:18:51




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 Re: International 1pr and allis chalmers rotobaler in reply to Leroy, 01-09-2020 08:01:19  
There was a 1P before the 1PR. It had a single chain elevator. We had one of those between the Wood Brothers and the 1PR now that I think about it.



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Traditional Farmer

01-09-2020 03:07:05




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 Re: International 1pr and allis chalmers rotobaler in reply to c.amick, 01-08-2020 19:47:47  
As far as the belts buying them made up and ready to go they are pretty pricey.I replaced some belts years ago on a Roto Baler got a length of belting I matched up from an industrial supply house and some belt lacing pretty easy to make up.Didn't cost much at all.



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