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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

NH 276 baler

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allis

09-01-2004 22:07:21
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I have run a NH 851 round baler for years, just bought a NH 276 square baler and was wondering... The 276 workes GREAT with plastic twine I never look back did 2100 squares and only missed bales when I changed twine. But the pickup is narrow and bailer does NOT like double windrows. What NH bailer would handle double windrows and run at a faster ground speed? Is there a small square bailer that can keep up with my NH 851? What is the reputation of the 276 and what are it's weakness? I gave $1000 for the 276. serial #222000 what year made? What would a "run through the shop" cost me to keep this bailer running great? Thanks for your intrest!

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Steve from New Holland

09-02-2004 04:34:48
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 Re: NH 276 baler in reply to allis, 09-01-2004 22:07:21  
That's alot of questions, but basicly, the 276 by today's standards is a small baler. Get a 326 or a 575 if you want more capacity and want the 14x18 size bale. The 276 was made from 1972 to 1976. Was and is considered a very good but small baler. Steve



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