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Mccomick deering no. 15 hay press

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Brian Zimmerman

10-25-2012 17:23:45




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Would like to know if anyone knows the dimensions of the wooden blocks for this hay press that goes between the bales




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jbp

10-27-2012 07:46:37




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 Re: Mccomick deering no. 15 hay press in reply to Brian Zimmerman, 10-25-2012 17:23:45  
Block thickness is 2 3/4 inches

Bottom wire groove is 4 1/4 inches from bottom of block

Second wire groove is 11 3/4 inches from bottom of block

Wire groove is 1/4 inch wide at top and 3/4 inch at bottom. Joe



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Ron W

10-26-2012 21:50:30




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 Re: Mccomick deering no. 15 hay press in reply to Brian Zimmerman, 10-25-2012 17:23:45  
I have a 1918 M style baler; an old guy told me to make the blocks out of 1x4s or 1x6 pine. Never use plywood, oak or ash. Reason: if they get jammed, they will break if made out of pine, otherwise they may be too strong and something else will break--something more costlier. My blocks are three layers thick; front and back are horizontal, middle is verticle. Cut the horizontal edges on a 45 degree so that when they are placed 1/4 apart, there is a dovetail for you to feed the wire or twine through.

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jbp

10-26-2012 12:26:19




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 Re: Mccomick deering no. 15 hay press in reply to Brian Zimmerman, 10-25-2012 17:23:45  
Went out and measured mine and surprisingly they only measure 15X15 inches. That is a factory block and the bale chamber is 16X18 inches. Joe



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Brian Zimmerman

10-26-2012 12:47:11




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 Re: Mccomick deering no. 15 hay press in reply to jbp, 10-26-2012 12:26:19  
What is the thickness of the wood and demension of the cut out notches



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