I think that was a smaller brother to my 644, which is a twine burner. It will tie almost as fast as having net wrap. Mine has well over thirty thousand bales through it, and still has the original belts on it. Check the drive chain sprockets are not worn out- chain lube has saved mine. And the pto is aNH special- it's 90 degrees out from most, so if it has to be replaced, go from the second cross all the way to the tractor. Other than that, it's been a great baler.
Re: Trouble spots on a NH 638 round baler? in reply to donjr, 03-19-2013 13:05:46
Thanks for the info. This one is a twine only as well, but for what I would use if for, it would be fine. I did see one metal plate by the sprockets that had a crack in it, but I didn't think it would be too hard to repair or replace.
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