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Re: 605 g baler

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steven in tn

12-29-2013 16:23:50
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also on this?




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Paul

12-29-2013 20:37:29
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 Re: 605 g baler in reply to steven in tn, 12-29-2013 16:23:50  
Agree with JMS. New sprockets.

Those are the funny clamp on hubs, you take the three bolts out, and you screw 2 of them back into the threaded holes on the sprockets. This drives the tapered hub apart, and everything pulls off real easy.

If you don't realize this and try to force them off, pull thrm off, or heat them off, you might end up with that washer end mess the guy has on the bottom front one there. I would not be comfortable with whatever is going on there.

Sadly those tapper hubs are spendy, but I suspect that one is in bad shape and he cobbled together that 'repair' with the center bolt added and all the washers....

That short chain is too loose, you will need new chain and new sprockets. And whatever is going on with that one hub....

Those bearings like to go out, be sure behind everything the bearings are in good shape, could be part of the problem too.

Paul

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steven in tn

12-31-2013 13:16:12
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 Re: 605 g baler in reply to Paul, 12-29-2013 20:37:29  
yea, i noticed several things when i looked at this baler.chains, sprockets, belts dont look to great, and i seen som movement in gear box.
and also i just dont like that repair.
price is 2450.



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JMS/.MN

12-29-2013 20:22:03
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 Re: 605 g baler in reply to steven in tn, 12-29-2013 16:23:50  
2nd photo....I"d replace at least 3 out of 4 sprockets in that pic. One on the backside is totally shot! Likely the chains are as well. Grab the chains, push/pull on them to check for pin wear.



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