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Re: New Holland super 66 Baler

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06-23-2013 04:17:36

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This will not be in any of the manuals but see if there is any up-down movement in the plunger, if there is you need to replace the slides as that will make it so it will not grab the twine correctly. You may also have knotter problems but if that plunger has movement you can work till you are blue in the face and still not get it to tie. Found this out back in the mid 70's. would not tie and everything in knotters was redid, finly got a different repairman, took one look at baler and said the slides were the problem, Dad said I don't believe you but change them anyway, did and without touching the knotters did not miss anouther bale.

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James Babcock

06-23-2013 05:28:11

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 Re: New Holland super 66 Baler in reply to Leroy, 06-23-2013 04:17:36  
My 68 was doing the same thing, turned out that the bolt/screw holding the twine disc had been replaced with one that was not perfectly round- headed like the original. The knot would tie but would sometimes catch on the bolt head and that would pull the knot apart. The twine disc is below the knotter and is bolted to the bale chamber. It took forever to figure it out. HTH

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James Babcock

06-23-2013 13:15:29

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 Re: New Holland super 66 Baler in reply to James Babcock, 06-23-2013 05:28:11  
Oops, What I was calling the twine disc is actually called the twine fingers. But anyway, it is a semi circular disc lookin thing beneath the knotter and is bolted to the top of the bale chamber. Make sure that bolt is a round headed screw and does not have anything that can catch the twine.

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Gene Deets

06-23-2013 04:48:27

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 Re: New Holland super 66 Baler in reply to Leroy, 06-23-2013 04:17:36  
will look this over will reply thanks

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