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kverneland taarup 7558 wrapper

Discussion in 'Machinery' started by alan6430, Jul 28, 2013.

  1. alan6430

    alan6430 Member

    Location:
    cornwall
    One of these for sale on ebay for what seems like reasonable money. What's peoples opinion on them?
     
  2. blackbob

    blackbob Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
  3. grumpy

    grumpy Member

    Location:
    Fife
    my pal has one its ok but nowt spectacular
     

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  4. spanners

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  5. jamesy

    jamesy Member

    Location:
    Orkney
    I have an old kv one with remote. A fine wrapper, if bales are carted to me I can wrap & stack one every 1.5 mins no bother. Ratchet mechanism for catching the wrap needs to be set correctly to avoid frustration but a simple thing to operate & maintain.
     
  6. spanners

    spanners Member


    is that a 414:love:
     
  7. grumpy

    grumpy Member

    Location:
    Fife
    yes far superior machine to a 135
     
  8. spanners

    spanners Member


    My dad has a 275 for yonks, had it on a bale wrapper this year for first time, by foook surprising how well it can spin it(y)
     
  9. bobk

    bobk Member

    Location:
    stafford
    I've got one and it's fine , goes round and round and tips em off not a lot to them really keep the cogs and bearings greased.
    The first one is a bit pricey the one in jockland is off the radar , I paid 600 quid for mine from Jim Price in Craven Arms.
     
  10. Monty

    Monty Member

    Location:
    Nantwich, Cheshire
    Second one is much better value. 750 wrap, belts not split, adjustable cut+tie and even includes the remote.
     
  11. alan6430

    alan6430 Member

    Location:
    cornwall
    That's what I was thinking but scotland to cornwall on a lorry will cost more than the machine hahaha
     
  12. spanners

    spanners Member


    Ask him about transport £300-£400 at a guess
     
  13. alan6430

    alan6430 Member

    Location:
    cornwall
    Cost me 500quid to get my forager back from pembrokeshire? Scotland is going to be way more expensive
     
  14. grumpy

    grumpy Member

    Location:
    Fife
    nah you got robbed,trust me £350 would do it:)
     
  15. bobk

    bobk Member

    Location:
    stafford
    Yes except it should have 4 belts not 3, you can get a trailed for 2k
     
  16. bobk

    bobk Member

    Location:
    stafford
  17. spanners

    spanners Member

  18. grumpy

    grumpy Member

    Location:
    Fife
  19. grumpy

    grumpy Member

    Location:
    Fife
    granted its a pile of shyte but i wouldnt go that far:wtf:
     
  20. bobk

    bobk Member

    Location:
    stafford
    Yes but it's nearby , every cloud has a silver lining
     

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