|The baler could be equiped with its own engine, as shown above; or it could be PTO driven, as shown below. With its own engine it could be used with smaller tractors that are not powerful enough to propel themselves AND the baler mechanism.|
If this thing were operating, it would make
a great display at an engine show. Most people have never even
HEARD of a wire-tie baler. The twine-tie type has been so common
for so many years, especially here in New England.
The last illustration is the rear view of the machine showing the flywheel and the drive belt.
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