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Going well now I haven’t actually used it myself at all yet but the lad that’s driving it likes it, I’m putting 2 into one where it’s heavy and 3 where it’s light, the cam track has to be adjusted when setting it for the different rows also
Hard to get a rake to both , sounds the job 👍
 

Masseyrk662

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Managed to get my hands on some videos the mother took a few years back I’ll post some pictures, don’t think I can post videos
 

Masseyrk662

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This was 98, the baler is new this year. Still using twine but the odd bit of footage had net
 

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Masseyrk662

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When mixed farms were really mixed farms everyone around here used to grow corn. We used to sow it on hire. I don’t know anything about older harrows or that so someone might be able to explain this better or if it’s even a brand but he had a Laurence edwards 4m harrow ? With a 4 metre accord drill. I think he originally had it for a 2640 but it wasn’t big enough for it. The 8100 was bought in 97 for the tillage work. Everyone including us had gotten out of the bit tillage by 04/05 then
 

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Masseyrk662

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The father is a firm believer that if the fusion never came out there would only be half the balers in the country that there are now. The krone combipack and deutz balepack were supposed to be 2 of the most contrary balers to try to use
 

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Managed to get my hands on some videos the mother took a few years back I’ll post some pictures, don’t think I can post videos
If you can upload them to YouTube you can post the link then, it's also a great way to back up what you have for the future
 

Masseyrk662

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Getting a bit fresher now. Brand new 6270 bought in 2002. I can remember going into school telling the teacher that our new tractor had a fridge in it :rolleyes:
 

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Masseyrk662

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If you can upload them to YouTube you can post the link then, it's also a great way to back up what you have for the future
Ya I must try and actually get them
Onto laptop or somthing, I’m just taking pictures of the TV here so quality is limited
 

Masseyrk662

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I wonder where a lot of this machinery ended up. I know the 6270 is in glenamaddy but that’s all I know of
 

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A few from recent
 

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Masseyrk662

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The mother took these the other day. The father mowing his own silage, he wouldn’t touch a mounted mower or a front one likes to stick with the trailed and aircon turned off sunroof open instead (which drives me mad). Meanwhile I was burning off the tramlines in some spring barley. I have a lot of very green wide tramlines due to not having row crop wheels I think
 

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The mother took these the other day. The father mowing his own silage, he wouldn’t touch a mounted mower or a front one likes to stick with the trailed and aircon turned off sunroof open instead (which drives me mad). Meanwhile I was burning off the tramlines in some spring barley. I have a lot of very green wide tramlines due to not having row crop wheels I think
Block another spout on the drill when you're tramlining. Have you low drift nozzles?
 
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