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    Researching the NH BR7050 baler

    Hello,

    Is there anyone out there using the NH BR7050 round baler?

    I'm looking at this baler and it would be helpful to listen to
    someone talk about it who has experience already using it.

    Is it a good baler? Does it have any annoying or fatal flaws?
    Do you have the High moisture with the rubber backwrap or
    the standard? And how do either suit you?

    What would be the thing to look at first on a used baler to
    check for wear or damage?

    Anything would be helpful.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stone7 View Post
    Hello,

    Is there anyone out there using the NH BR7050 round baler?

    I'm looking at this baler and it would be helpful to listen to
    someone talk about it who has experience already using it.

    Is it a good baler? Does it have any annoying or fatal flaws?
    Do you have the High moisture with the rubber backwrap or
    the standard? And how do either suit you?

    What would be the thing to look at first on a used baler to
    check for wear or damage?

    Anything would be helpful.

    Thanks in advance.
    have u checked on u-tube to see if anyone is using one on there? good place to start-maybe-lots of good info on there.
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    Thanks BigJim, I know about youtube and I've stumble upon google too.
    Thanks for the useful tip. Really.

    I guess no one owns this baler, or think much of it to speak about it.

    This is what I wanted to know.
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