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Well the boy has parked the baler for the year. He had a pretty good first run. Plans to replace some pick up teeth then will jack it up and put it on blocks. He took the twine out so he will lean to retread it next season. Now we can get the old loader off the Massey 165 (not sure quite how) and get her in the shop to start putting some brakes and a pto seal in and fix what ever else we find so he will be ready next season. We really appreciate all the help from everyone
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It'll be fine as it sits. No need to put it on blocks. Just extra work for no benefit.

I like the angle iron on the corners of the 4x6's. Very deja vu for me....that's how they all are on mine too! You must have horses. My horses aren't chewers so I took all the angle iron off (hundreds of dollars worth) and use it for fabricating projects.
 
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