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853 New Holland Baler Problems

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Farmall Lady

07-09-2014 14:28:08

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Had to remove the chain that connects to the feeder on an 853 New Holland Baler to remove the arm to replace the bushings and spacers in it. The weight on the other end seems to be balanced. What all has to be adjusted, torqued or timed when reassembling the feeder on the baler. Would love to find a video showing the inside of a 853 New Holland Baler when it is operating and instructions on hooking the feeder back up correctly. Thanks

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07-09-2014 18:12:31

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 Re: 853 New Holland Baler Problems in reply to Farmall Lady, 07-09-2014 14:28:08  
No timing necessary if your referring to the pickup, just replace your bearing and re-install everything. If you don't have a manual get one!

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Farmall Lady

07-09-2014 19:04:35

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 Re: 853 New Holland Baler Problems in reply to 240patches, 07-09-2014 18:12:31  
Replacing the bushings in the arm to the feeder on the wide pickup on the baler. Needing a copy of the page from a repair manual on putting the parts all back together correctly. Needing to get it back together and dont have time to order a repair manual and wait for it to come in.

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