Re: New Holland super 66 baler - twine question in reply to jon f mn, 05-03-2013 19:25:28
130/9000 poly would not work well in my 68 baler. Broken bales after tie. Went to 170/7200 and it works perfect. The first number is the tensile strength. The second is the length. 9000 is thinner twine. Did not hold on the bill hooks well in my case. Thicker poly fixed the issue. My opinion is that if 9000 sisal works then going to 7200 poly will work better than 9000 poly due to thickness. Just my 2 cents...
Re: New Holland super 66 baler - twine question in reply to Leroy, 05-03-2013 09:01:13
You are correct. And as long as I'm around, there will always be at least one tractor with 6 volts nearby.
Even though it is intended to be used with 6 volts, it CAN be used with 12 volts too. I just wouldn't want to do it often. Not sure what could go wrong - maybe nothing. But I have no reason to find out.
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