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david from kansas

09-28-2020 07:41:55




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Hand tie John Deere small square baler. Seen at the show in Fairview, Oklahoma this past week end. Have seen several JD hand tie balers but not with the self loading feature. Kinda neat.





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svcummins

09-30-2020 20:47:52




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
Which osha? Yt or the real osha



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buickanddeere

09-29-2020 06:44:45




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
Seen one of those at the Huron Steam Show in Blyth Ontario .

NOT OSHA approved . Not safe to be even near, let alone operate .



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mrslesq

09-29-2020 06:27:20




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
My Dad used to talk about their block baler. He said it almost took a full time carpenter to build blocks because so many were turned into kindling wood. That JD motor on the baler looked exactly like the motor that ran a speed jack which powered a hay hoist winch that Dad built. I'm sure that is where it came from. When Dad got back from WWII they purchased a JD 116W wire baler and custom baled alot of hay for the neighborhood. BTW nice picture!

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fixerupper

09-28-2020 19:05:57




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
Back in the fifties my dad and a neighbor co-owned a Case wire tie baler. I was just a little kid when they got rid of it but I can still hear that Wisconsin engine slowing down and speeding up with the motion of the plunger. I still have the goggles the two guys who rode on the seats wore.



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Alvin 41

09-28-2020 18:02:03




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
!n late 40"S our neighbors had a Case pickup baler with a seat on each side for riders to hand tie.Not sure of the procedure and it was a dusty job.



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wilson ind

09-28-2020 12:05:36




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
Sure would be difficult to crank the engine. Back before me my father bought a new John Deere baler which was wire tie by hand. He did a lot of custom work . This would have been in the area of 1938.



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Roger in Iowa

09-28-2020 09:05:34




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
How did the hay get from the upper end of the "conveyor" over to the bale chamber. Yes, I know the "china man" put it into the bale chamber.



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Tx Jim

09-28-2020 08:41:51




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

This appears to resemble a bench with foot rests to me



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rustred

09-28-2020 08:21:59




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
should work if you pulled it slowly on a light swath. years ago we used to park by the straw pile from thrashing machine and bale with the old 46 ih baler.



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rustred

09-28-2020 08:23:33




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to rustred, 09-28-2020 08:21:59  
and you would have to walk behind just like the old 46 also tieing bales lol.



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Tx Jim

09-28-2020 08:21:07




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 Re: Never seen one of these before in reply to david from kansas, 09-28-2020 07:41:55  
I've never seen a hand tie baler with pickup attachment either. It appears from viewing parts catalog JD made a light & heavy duty model





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