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    Default Re: Newholland round baler numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamM View Post
    The reason I was looking at a 450 was for the price. I can get a new one with a bale kicker for 15,600. The 7060's are quite a bit more. Is there a big difference between the 2? Is the 7060 made better? I'd rather spend a little more now than to have problems later.

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    How many bales per year?
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    Usually around 100 or so.

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    Default Re: Newholland round baler numbers

    The 450 will serve you well.
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    Ok. I think I'm understanding more about the 2. Thanks for your help. I need all I can get.

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    Default Re: Newholland round baler numbers

    yea aslong as you aint baling 200+ rolls a year the little baler will serve you well

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    I suppose the 7060 is a better built baler?

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    Default Re: Newholland round baler numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamM View Post
    I suppose the 7060 is a better built baler?
    Yes, and priced accordingly. A very stout baler for operations that count bales by the thousands.
    We have too much gun control.
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    Default Re: Newholland round baler numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by RickB View Post
    Yes, and priced accordingly. A very stout baler for operations that count bales by the thousands.
    i have around 7000 rolls on my 648 with no major trouble other than some bearings and standard matience and a buddy of mine has a br750 that has around the same amount of rolls through it with no trouble

    I know somebody will disagree but i believe Nh makes the best hay equipment money can buy

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    Default Re: Newholland round baler numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by whodat526 View Post
    i have around 7000 rolls on my 648 with no major trouble other than some bearings and standard matience and a buddy of mine has a br750 that has around the same amount of rolls through it with no trouble

    I know somebody will disagree but i believe Nh makes the best hay equipment money can buy
    No disagreement here.
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    Yeah I have a friend who has around 7500 on his 648 with no problems other than bearings.

    We're goin today to look at possibly buy a 450 so we'll see. Thanks for the info!

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