Freeman Self-Propelled Baler

Freeman's fully-redesigned, Self Propelled Baler is an innovative step forward in hay baling, based on the rugged and dependable side feed baler that is the premier baler in the industry. The new Freeman Self Propelled Baler incorporates a spacious cab, powerful John Deere engine, great working visibility, and the rugged reliability Freeman Products are known for. Some of the standard and available features of this unit include the environmentally-friendly tailless knotter that leaves your field clean of string trimmings, an on-the-go moisture sensor and a full color remote-mounted video camera for viewing the knotters. The list of other equipment goes on, from the air ride seat in the spacious cab to the fuel saving features incorporated in the engine's computer.

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Overall Length:  21' 6"
Overall Width:  12' 10"
Overall Height:  10' 10"
Weight:  15,500 lbs
Engine:  4.5L, 99 HP, Turbo Charged Diesel
Baler Drive:  Hydraulic
Number of Pickup Teeth:  156 @ 2.5" centers, 6 bars
Plunger Stroke Length:  30"
Strokes per minute:  84
Flywheel:  420 lbs.
Bull Gears:  210 lbs. each (2 per baler)
Fuel Tank:  30 gallon
Chamber Sizes:  2 & 3-tie chambers
Bale Length:  18" to 52"
Pickup Width with Flare:  76" wide (1.93 m)
Ground Clearance:  9" (23 cm)
Max Road Speed:  15 mph (24 kph)
Max Baling Speed:  10 mph (16 kph)