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05-26-2001 00:21:34

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When where the #3's built, are they smaller than a #9? I'm guessing that they are older and smaller.


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Alan G.

09-11-2006 06:15:50

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 Re: #3 MF HAY BALER in reply to Steve, 05-26-2001 00:21:34  
Steve - to answer your original question the #3 and #9 MF balers were made in the early to mid 1960's. We have a #3 which we bought new in 1964 along with a rake and MF135 tractor (still have all of them). As noted by others the #3 is smaller than the #9. The only real difference I know of is the width of the pickup. The #3 is narrower which means you better have a good driver on the rake to keep the corners raked tight.

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05-26-2001 06:20:18

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 Re: #3 MF HAY BALER in reply to Steve, 05-26-2001 00:21:34  
same age as 9 but just a little brother

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Greg Miller

06-25-2001 17:05:22

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 Re: Re: #3 MF HAY BALER in reply to marlowe, 05-26-2001 06:20:18  
I have a MH #3 baler which needs a flywheel bushing. Does anyone know the history of this baler?

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Nate Anders

06-20-2005 18:28:43

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 Re: Re: Re: #3 MF HAY BALER in reply to Greg Miller, 06-25-2001 17:05:22  
I have a #3 baler, I need a pair of tying needles for it or could part it out. Please contact me.

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Roy Covault

07-08-2006 09:04:28

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 Re: Re: Re: #3 MF HAY BALER in reply to Nate Anders, 06-20-2005 18:28:43  
Do you still have your MF #3 baler. I need the gears for the knotter. Are they avaiable? Thanks.

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Dave Pell

10-02-2006 14:19:28

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 Re: Re: Re: #3 MF HAY BALER in reply to Roy Covault, 07-08-2006 09:04:28  
Roy, I have a pair No3's. One for parts and one I use. Which gears are you looking for?

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Roy Covault

11-25-2006 20:36:28

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 Re: Re: Re: #3 MF HAY BALER in reply to Dave Pell, 10-02-2006 14:19:28  
I"m looking for the knotter system. Do you have one, if so the cost & location. Thanks.

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