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Re: Baler shearing bolts

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RickB

06-28-2013 14:10:34
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I don't know (or care ) where you got the idea that I said the knotter brake is unnecessary. I spent 15 years fixing New Holland balers in seven counties around here, I think that is sufficient "real world" experience to at least allow me to bring my opinions here. My mistake was extrapolating my NH experience to a Deere baler. My apologies for that.
Best wished to the OP in solving his current problem.

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Tx Jim

06-28-2013 15:47:43
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 Re: Baler shearing bolts in reply to RickB, 06-28-2013 14:10:34  
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Right here and I'll quote you

[/quote]The brake does little to hold the needle bail in place when home is correct.[/quote] :wink:
What keeps NH needles from prematurely entering the bale chamber once the tying dog is engaged/tripped? THE BRAKE which is what I was trying to state the importance of the brake.



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RickB

06-28-2013 16:25:27
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 Re: Baler shearing bolts in reply to Tx Jim, 06-28-2013 15:47:43  
Apples & Oranges. My comment is based on the knotter clutch being disengaged. But if it makes you feel better you can win. Now go read my new post on the original question.



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Tx Jim

06-29-2013 06:09:45
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 Re: Baler shearing bolts in reply to RickB, 06-28-2013 16:25:27  

RickB said: (quoted from post at 19:25:27 06/28/13) Apples & Oranges. But if it makes you feel better you can win.


Rick

I don't see the "Apples to Oranges" comparison. My comments/replies have nothing to do with "winning or losing" but providing "correct information". If I make an incorrect statement I welcome for someone with correct info. to correct me. My experience on NH sq balers is limited as I worked at a JD dealership but all sq balers bale hay using the same principles.

Jim
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 06:10:26 06/29/13.

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NHBalerman

06-28-2013 20:19:01
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 Re: Baler shearing bolts in reply to RickB, 06-28-2013 16:25:27  
I have to agree with Rick B on this one,he is right about the clutch pawl and the brake isnt going to be much help until the knotters are engaged.



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Tx Jim

06-29-2013 04:45:38
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 Re: Baler shearing bolts in reply to NHBalerman, 06-28-2013 20:19:01  
I never disagreed with that FACT. But the second the knotter system trips to tie the brake is important on a NH to kep needles from entering bale case TOO QUICKLY which is what I was trying to emphasize. Maybe I didn't come across as stating that but that's what I mean't.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 04:48:18 06/29/13.



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