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Welding Up Needle Eye

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part time pete

06-11-2018 04:52:11




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I noticed one of the needle eyes on my 315 is pretty well worn. Is this something I can just weld up?
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Pete




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part time pete

06-13-2018 08:02:22




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 Re: Welding Up Needle Eye in reply to part time pete, 06-11-2018 04:52:11  
I brazed it up and filed it - ran 300 through it yesterday with no problems
Thanks again



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david from kansas

06-11-2018 10:52:22




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 Re: Welding Up Needle Eye in reply to part time pete, 06-11-2018 04:52:11  
JD used a replaceable steel roller.



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mss3020

06-11-2018 10:04:50




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 Re: Welding Up Needle Eye in reply to part time pete, 06-11-2018 04:52:11  
braze ur up.. Also fyi a round chainsaw file works great to get in there and smoothe the braze in the hole once filled..



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part time pete

06-11-2018 07:23:58




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 Re: Welding Up Needle Eye in reply to part time pete, 06-11-2018 04:52:11  
Thanks guys - as deep as the groove is, you would think it would have an effect on tying



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flying belgian

06-11-2018 19:06:22




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 Re: Welding Up Needle Eye in reply to part time pete, 06-11-2018 07:23:58  
No it will not affect tying but where the problem comes up is--your knot tying the twine balls together won't go through and you will get broken bales when baler changes balls.



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4520bw

06-11-2018 07:02:22




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 Re: Welding Up Needle Eye in reply to part time pete, 06-11-2018 04:52:11  
I run plastic twine and have to braze mine up every other year. Be nice if they come with a ceramic insert!



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DeltaRed

06-11-2018 06:14:58




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 Re: Welding Up Needle Eye in reply to part time pete, 06-11-2018 04:52:11  
Yep,fill it up with brass. BTDT!



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