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Re: Mounting an oiler on Sq bailer ideas

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Roger in Iowa

07-15-2013 07:43:58

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Problem may be the twister hooks. When they get worn, the wire will not pull thru as the bale discharges. Shafts do get worn, but usually do not cause the problem.

Oil the wire in the wire box. Pour a quart of diesel or motor oil in each box.

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07-15-2013 08:29:48

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 Re: Mounting an oiler on Sq bailer ideas in reply to Roger in Iowa, 07-15-2013 07:43:58  
I poured 1/2 gal of used motor oil in the middle and on top of each wire box. Im going to try to build up the twister hooks with JB weld. IF that lasts a season I can redo it. I have no illusions about it being a permanent fix. Thanks.
There are NO new twister hooks for it to be found anymore, so building them up is the only alternative,

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Roger in Iowa

07-15-2013 18:36:28

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 Re: Mounting an oiler on Sq bailer ideas in reply to Farmallb, 07-15-2013 08:29:48  
Sorry about the availability of new hooks. Are JD hooks similar?

The throat of the hook becomes worn and will not let the wire strip out after twisting.

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07-16-2013 16:30:45

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 Re: Mounting an oiler on Sq bailer ideas in reply to Roger in Iowa, 07-15-2013 18:36:28  
Don't suppose you can show a pic of a JD twister hook can you? I Doubt there the same, as I took the tie mech to a JD Dealer here, and stressed how rare the hooks are. Im pretty sure that they would have made mention of any sameness if there had been any.

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