New Holland Stackliner 1033 - Operator's Manual

New Holland Stackliner 1033 - Operator's Manual


This is the operator's manual for the New Holland 1033 Stackliner.

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  • Table of Contents

  • Manual Details

  • How FMF Works

  • Printing Tips

Adjustment and Maintenance

  • Automatic Tie
  • Bale Guide, First Table
  • Bale Loader
  • Bale Loader to Fist Table Interlock
  • Bale Size
  • Chains, Drives, Drive Shafts
  • First Table Linkage and Controls
  • Hydraulic Pressure
  • Manual Controls
  • Push-Off and Load Rack Valve Linkages and Controls
  • Rolling Rack
  • Second Table Linkage and Controls
  • Side Boards and Stabilizer Tines



  • Attaching to Tractor
  • Automatic Tie
  • Bale Tie Patterns
  • Bales and Bale Sizes
  • Controls
  • Forming the Bulkhead
  • Loading Bales
  • P.T.O. Speed
  • Reverse Tie
  • Stacking
  • Unloading Partial Loads


Service Chart

SMV Emblem


New Holland
33 Megabytes
Manual Type:
Operator's Manual

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