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    Default half full 1032

    i have a 1032 new holland stack wagon works pretty good till the end of the field,when i have less than a full load. how do i or can I release the second table to dump

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    Default Re: half full 1032

    You can't dump a partial load on the models that have a spring-controlled rolling rack like the 1032. If you try, the rolling rack brakes will hold the rolling rack in place and you'll bend the rack fingers. If you are only a tier short of a full load you can try placing a couple bales on the back of the second table and cycle the second table manually. It should push the load back on the load rack using just these few bales. Not sure how well this will work if you are two or three tiers short. A shiny load rack will help!

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    Default Re: half full 1032

    you were righ,t so simple but it worked,thanks for the help

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    Default Re: half full 1032

    You are welcome - glad it worked for you.

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