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Re: Krause 5250 not till drill

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Paul swPa

01-16-2020 21:34:42

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I got some pictures of what is on our square baler for you today.

Don't get on me too bad, that's the way the pto shaft was when we got the baler last summer.
Boy the picture God's weren't smiling today, only took an hour to get the pictures to post without multiples or missing pictures. Had to load them one at a time and go preview after each one then back to upload the next one to get it to work right. Paul

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01-17-2020 16:31:03

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 Re: Krause 5250 not till drill in reply to Paul swPa, 01-16-2020 21:34:42  
Thanks for the pictures! Will have to do something like that. Talked to the dealer and it sounds like they will be delivering the drill when the weather decides to straighten out.

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Paul swPa

01-17-2020 21:17:30

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 Re: Krause 5250 not till drill in reply to spitz, 01-17-2020 16:31:03  
Your welcome Spitz, I've received a lot of help on things with this forum so I try to help others if I can. After all we're all in this together. You will have to let us know how the new drill works for you. We have been using an old Lilliston-Bushhog drill last few years. Like it better than the Great Plains drill we borrowed before it, but parts can be a problem sometimes, and it likes drier ground than we have had last couple years. Paul

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