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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

JD 24 T Knotter advice

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02-18-2014 15:30:08

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Does taking the knotters off to repair them, change the timing of the baler. Thanks

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02-19-2014 20:21:11

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 Re: JD 24 T Knotter advice in reply to david1, 02-18-2014 15:30:08  
What ever you do run it by hand before you hook up the pto .amish had new holland fired up the motor and took out the feeder sweep

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02-18-2014 21:08:06

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 Re: JD 24 T Knotter advice in reply to david1, 02-18-2014 15:30:08  
YES, but what"s the issue? If you are smart/and/or methodical enough to rebuild the knotters, timing the baler after their repair will be EASY!

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02-18-2014 21:18:06

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 Re: JD 24 T Knotter advice in reply to Bob, 02-18-2014 21:08:06  
Just swapping out a whole knotter assembly for another one that does not have a broken intermittent gear. Its really a simple swap except that the former owner had taken the broken knotters off awhile back. The 24 T is a lot easier than a 14 t to work on the knotters.

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Northvale - PA

02-18-2014 16:12:24

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 Re: JD 24 T Knotter advice in reply to david1, 02-18-2014 15:30:08  
yes, as you will need to pull the drive chain off. Basically, if you adjust anything on the plunger head or knotters, re-check the timing. It is simple if the bale case is empty. Also, do you have an owner"s manual? If not, try to get one. Very good at step by step procedures.

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02-20-2014 17:08:29

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 Re: JD 24 T Knotter advice in reply to Northvale - PA, 02-18-2014 16:12:24  
Make sure you're turning the flywheel in the right direction.

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