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Discussion Board - Bale spear

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09-05-2013 13:37:01

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I have a king kutter spear (bucket mount)with a 49"spear.Would like to buy a shorter replacment
spear.We started udeing lg sq bale insted of rnds.The 49 is to long,poking holes in my barn.
Any one know a go site to buy from?

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willie in mn

09-08-2013 01:53:40

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 Re: Bale spear in reply to Hippie, 09-05-2013 13:37:01  
How much too long is the spear? Quick & Dirty- 1-if not much too long, set the bale down a few inches short of the wall, nudge it into place with the next row of bales.
2-or make a sleeve out of 2x6 to fit around the base of spear, prevent from penetrating the other side.

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09-07-2013 11:55:55

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 Re: Bale spear in reply to Hippie, 09-05-2013 13:37:01  
MDS Parkston SD sells a full line of tractor attechments. They sell a lot of the skid steer type for loaders that have those two shoes to holf buckets etc.

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09-06-2013 04:46:51

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 Re: Bale spear in reply to Hippie, 09-05-2013 13:37:01  
Just thinking, but I'd try putting a old tire or 2 on the spear and see if that fixes the over penetration issue without stressing the loader too much...but then, I'm a real cheap kinda guy.

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09-05-2013 19:43:27

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 Re: Bale spear in reply to Hippie, 09-05-2013 13:37:01  
agrisupply.com has several different lengths, I know they sell a 32'' and a 39'' -- they are reasonably priced.

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