Posted by Stumpy(NH) on July 06, 2013 at 18:07:24 from (126.96.36.199):
I got a call to help a fella bale his hay. His baler broke. I took my trusty 230 over. I baled about a hundred twenty, then it missed while changing twine balls. No biggie, re threaded the needle and tripped the knotter........It"s all bad from here. Something happened. The knotter chain drive broke. It had been repaired before. I repaired it again. Made sure it was set back, turned it through a tying cycle. Everything looked OK. I hopped on the tractor, engaged the pto and started the next bale. Then it happened. Bang goes the needle as it breaks.
So, my question is, how hard is it going to be to find a needle or set of needles for my baler. Please don"t say junk it, I really like this baler!
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