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timing a 269 NH hay baler

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Lucy Heck

11-22-2011 18:21:40
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What position does the needle carriage have to be in when timing.




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northvale

11-26-2011 05:04:26
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to Lucy Heck, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
Always get a manual and always go thru the entire timing steps. Doing so will teach you how each part works so you can spot problems later on. Also, you will spot worn out parts faster too. Having a square baler work perfectly is not that hard to do and takes alot of stress out of the hay work.



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Tx Jim

11-23-2011 11:58:09
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to farmall706, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
Thanks for the explanation. I'm glad I own and time JD balers. 2 things to time feeder forks(if required) & then the needles to PH.



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charlie n

11-23-2011 11:21:12
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to Lucy Heck, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
Here ya go Jim.Note the notches in the frame .Put the rod between them and lock it down.I put vise grips on each side to hold it.Sorry about the fuzzy picture.



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Tx Jim

11-23-2011 09:57:19
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to SelfInflictedPunishment, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
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Maybe on a NH but not required on a JD. BTW what's TDC point of PH on a NH baler



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charlie n

11-23-2011 06:39:46
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to Lucy Heck, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
Hey Jim

I was told by the bet baler mechanic in the country to always lock the plugger at TDC to make any adjustments.It's not that hard to do and will save a lot of greef.



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Nebraska Cowman

11-23-2011 04:17:36
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to Lucy Heck, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
That was one of the exercises the had us do at the Penn State FFA Mechanics skills contest in 1970. Some of the kids had a heck of a time but we had a New Holland baler at home. Yes, if you can see the procedure laid out it's not all that hard.



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Tx Jim

11-23-2011 03:50:53
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to DeltaRed, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
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Charlie

If feeder teeth are timed correctly then can't the needles just be timed to the plungerhead without going through the complete timing?

I know that will work on a JD baler but I've only timed a very few NH balers.



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Shanle

11-22-2011 18:46:57
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to Lucy Heck, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
Yes, and don"t forget that the chisel marks on the knotter clutch and pawl need to line up, too. Get a manual, well worth the $10-20.



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charlie n

11-22-2011 18:40:38
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to Lucy Heck, 11-22-2011 18:21:40  
They need to be all the way in home but that's only the tip of the iceberg.The plugger has to be at TDC,metering wheel against the stop.You'll be ahead of the game if you get a book.It's easier to understand if you can read and see the steps.



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Keith Molden

11-23-2011 04:48:18
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 Re: timing a 269 NH hay baler in reply to charlie n, 11-22-2011 18:40:38  
There was a post a few months ago with a video link attached. I think I saved it on my personal computer at home. If you'd like, I can email it to you this weekend. Just let me know.
Keith



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