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05-03-2013 07:07:39

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Let me ask you guys this. After tripping bale measuring arm and rotating flywheel so the needles move upward and flush with bottom flange just into the bottom of bale chamber,(when plunger is nearing the end of its compression stroke), does the plunger normally make a full cycle (back to the end of compression stroke) before needles are fully back to home? Boomerang lever is on the way but I'm trying to figure out what makes a baler tick, as this is my first gig with a baler.

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05-03-2013 09:15:59

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 Re: JD 336 BALER PLUNGER STOP in reply to JLU, 05-03-2013 07:07:39  
IIRC when needles are 1/2 way through their cycle(needle points above bill hooks) the PH starts traveling back toward frt of baler IE needles should be home position long before PH completes it's travel toward frt of baler

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05-03-2013 16:40:01

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 Re: JD 336 BALER PLUNGER STOP in reply to Tx Jim, 05-03-2013 09:15:59  
Thanks for the response Jim. Sounds like the needles need to be cycling alot quicker than they are for me. Back to drawing board.

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