Well i always mentioned i had a hay press lying out in the woods and i thought it was a JD. I went and took a look the other day (FINALLY)
First of all this thing has been here for ages. it is sunk pretty far in the ground. but still saveable other than all the rims are probably shot because of it lol. Also seems a tree recently fell on it but it did not do any damage. A quick search and i figured the brand out. It was NOT a JD, but a turner hay press. I am going to try and run over there with the 1050, a hay fork and a chain saw sometimes soon and see if i can get it out of there. It is certainly interesting.
Can anyone tell me anything about this thing? I dont have any numbers or anything off of it yet but i did notice it looks like it had rubber tires on it and a PTO shaft as well so that might be a clue as to how old. Also does anyone happen to know what colors to paint this? pictures soon
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