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Re: Dealer issue with 14T baler again

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12-29-2012 05:35:36

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If you cannot resolve it locally get a hold of the factory dealer representative even if you got to go to the corporate level. if they dont know how to work on it then they should tell you , you are not supposed to be paying for their mechanics education in this case blunders. My dealer tried this crap once when the Deere representative showed up the issue was resolved immediately.

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12-29-2012 14:41:51

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 Re: Dealer issue with 14T baler again in reply to silverado, 12-29-2012 05:35:36  
I would highly doubt that a factory dealer rep would care about a piece of equipment that is 50 + years old and is wore out. Maybe there were other parts that were wore out and caused it to be hard to time, I worked on one that if you did the measurements exactly like the book said it wouldnt time up and if you fudged the measurements some it would work. I guess that maybe if more people wanted to use idiot cubers then maybe then dealers would care more about them and im not even sure there are square baler classes offered by JD right now any way. Its just one of those things. Also a guy I work with was down this road with a 336 baler. He worked on it and it knotted fine in the shop, the guy gets it home and goes to bale with it and the knots dont hold, well he goes out there and the guy is trying to make 150lb idiot cubes. he backs the tenison down and rides on the baler hood for an hour and it works just fine after backing the tension down.

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