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    Default JD 336 Baler.

    I recently acquired a John Deere 336 square baler. Looks to be a real straight, well maintained baler. I'd like to know what year it was built. The serial number is 194265E. Thanks.

    Apprecieate the help.

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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    Easiest answer, just call the dealer monday morning.

    I remember you, you were looking at several different balers, 24T and 224T. buying the 336 you make a good choice on model. Parts and still readily available through Deere and other after market places.

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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    Yah... I could have asked my dealer to look it up - but I was 3,400 miles from home when I posted that question.

    I'm now back home and I'll get the info from them. Bought a Kuhn DM400 disc mower, too.

    Just over 9,000 miles and 1 month on the road. Good to sleep in my own bed....

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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    You are out of control. I have been wanting a square baler but can't find a good one at the right price. Round bales are less work, but a square baler has its uses.

    D.

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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    Quote Originally Posted by ddivinia View Post
    You are out of control. I have been wanting a square baler but can't find a good one at the right price. Round bales are less work, but a square baler has its uses.

    D.
    Yeah... I've heard that before!!

    "Got my eyes peeled as far open as I can get 'em; and my mouth wide open; with both arms flung wide and runnin' as fast as I can run... -- that's how I try to live!!"

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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    Nice

    I am still looking for a good square baler. Down here they really get used up and they are not cheap.

    D.

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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    Quote Originally Posted by ddivinia View Post
    Nice

    I am still looking for a good square baler. Down here they really get used up and they are not cheap.

    D.
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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    A guy just offered me a JD 336 baler twine baler for $4500.

    I have not gotten the repair estimate on my 346 yet. This 336 looks pretty good - might be reselling my 346.

    Too early to tell quite yet.

    D.

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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    I gave $3,000 for the one my Dad (he's 87 now) picked up at a farm auction. Original paint. Shedded. No rust outside of a little surface, cosmetic here and there.

    $150 in a new tire and another $450 in some spare parts.

    Unless that 336 is clean enough to eat dinner off of... sounds a bit high to me.

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    Default Re: JD 336 Baler.

    When do you bale hay if you spend a month roaming around down here?
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