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 06-10-2002, 09:19 Post: 39442
Ray
2002-06-10 09:19:13
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 DX40 question

Looking at the DX40 and dealer claims that it will handle large round hay bales(1500-1700lbs). Claims it will hold one on back and on the FEL using a spear.

The specs on the 3pt and the loader confirm his claims, but I'm still leary. I can see when both on the tractor it might work, but the moving from the 1st bale to the second might be a bit interesting with out a lot of counter weight attached somewhere.

I would like your comments.






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 06-10-2002, 17:50 Post: 39453
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 DX40 question

The DX-40 is of similar weight and size as the TC-40 NH. I have moved bales with this tractor on the rear spear and would not hesitate to move them with a FEL.

I would load the rear tires or use wheel weights. Like the FEL moving earth, the rear would get light without it.






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 06-10-2002, 18:11 Post: 39454
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Ray,
Not sure about the round bale question, but due yourself a favor and have the New Holland quoted. They usually come up about 1500-2000 cheaper then the Case. the DX is a direct copy of the Boomer only difference is the paint.






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