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Re: JD 214t baler twine knives

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On all the balers I have messed with be it NH or JD all I do to sharpen the twine knife is pull the knotter bolt out and flip it up and use a small wet stone. I do that once a year on my NH271. First 30 or so I did this year missed a few knots but after I sharpened the knifes it did not miss a 1 in 200 I did later




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 Re: JD 214t baler twine knives in reply to old, 07-16-2013 17:17:59  

old said: (quoted from post at 17:17:59 07/16/13) On all the balers I have messed with be it NH or JD all I do to sharpen the twine knife is pull the knotter bolt out and flip it up and use a small wet stone. I do that once a year on my NH271. First 30 or so I did this year missed a few knots but after I sharpened the knifes it did not miss a 1 in 200 I did later


That is what I was thinking of doing, but there is not much room to get at the twine knife.... I may have to get a smaller wet stone as mine are all too big to get any near the twine knives. maybe I can borrow ( steal ) one of the wife's emery boards she uses for her nails. That might be about the right size to get in there. Thanks Old.

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 Re: JD 214t baler twine knives in reply to andyd4ntx, 07-17-2013 11:17:32  
The wet stone I use if about 2 inches long and maybe 3/4 inch wide and all of 1/4 inch thick. Like one you get that sits in a knife case for like a hunting knife etc.



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