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Tx Jim

05-02-2013 04:25:02

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OK so you're tripping bale length measuring mechanism then rotating flywheel moving PH on compression stroke when needle points rise to be even with the bale case upward protruding channels the needle points are 2"'s from PH face CORRECT????? Is needle brake snug enough to give resistance while trying to move needle frame by hand?? It this is correct then baler is in time with no need to remove gear.

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05-03-2013 19:18:03

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 Re: JD 336 BALER PLUNGER STOP in reply to Tx Jim, 05-02-2013 04:25:02  
Mystery solved. The book doesn't tell you the baler has to be on a compression stroke when the needles become flush in bottom of bale channel. TxJim, you did mention this on one of your posts. I waited for the needles to make their move upward and when flush at bottom, measured distance to plunger face. Being new to the baler world and ironically on a decompression stroke, the needle to baler face measured 2 inches-exactly what the proper distance should be as described in book. This through me completely off. Thanks for your support Jim and Roger and the others who tried to help me out. This is a great site!

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Tx Jim

05-04-2013 03:46:03

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 Re: JD 336 BALER PLUNGER STOP in reply to JLU, 05-03-2013 19:18:03  

I'm glad you got it in time. After you time a few balers you'll think "geez this is easy". :wink:

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05-02-2013 05:26:27

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 Re: JD 336 BALER PLUNGER STOP in reply to Tx Jim, 05-02-2013 04:25:02  
Yep needles are 2 inches from plunger face. I can't seem to raise the needles at all by hand. Brake too tight? Could this baler be 180 degrees out of time? I said in first post the plunger stop wouldn't retract until 3/4 of the way through a compression stroke, but looking closer last night the plunger is actually just starting to retract back in bale chamber when the plunger stop releases.

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