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AYF

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Ya good job, just seems it would do everything and no need for a pike or a grab, didnt need a new one mind, but very little in choice in second hand @norm
Would it handle a bale out of a stack in the winter?

Often thought one would be an awesome job here, but another set of pipes to take on and off is less appealing!
 

ShaneB140

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Would it handle a bale out of a stack in the winter?

Often thought one would be an awesome job here, but another set of pipes to take on and off is less appealing!
Ya carry to bales of silage along the front no issue
 
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ShaneB140

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Have you ever thought of putting a bullbar on the front links to turn the bales 90ยฐ so you can drive straight after the baler with the bale carrier?

Be a good job alrite, but only sometimes, when youโ€™ve short green stuff in April-May you wouldnโ€™t have to do much to them and they would be in sh**!!
 

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ShaneB140

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What kind of average output is realistic with the loader mounted wrapper.Am seriously thinking of going down that route.Remote control wrapper is going grand just need that corner to park it in every yard and can be hard found later on in the summer as yards get filled with bales,pits etc etc
Average 45-50 wrapped and stacked anyday, bales coming in nice and brisk pushing her on with plenty bales and room often done 80-85 even 90 one night
 

norm

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Average 45-50 wrapped and stacked anyday, bales coming in nice and brisk pushing her on with plenty bales and room often done 80-85 even 90 one night
Fair enough not a million miles away from static wrapper so.Is weight an issue with wetter bales?
 

ShaneB140

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No and when you consider that is wrapped and stacked aswell, no never noticed and real issue when heavy, but maybe on a tractor and loader setup maybe so
Fair enough not a million miles away from static wrapper so.Is weight an issue with wetter bales?
 
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