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gary Spitznogle

10-20-2012 18:25:40

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saved a 520 baler from the junk man today. Now what do i do with it

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10-20-2012 19:23:08

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 Re: 520 baler in reply to gary Spitznogle, 10-20-2012 18:25:40  
Sell me the PTO shaft from the flywheel forward. I've been looking for one for years.

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J. Schwiebert

10-21-2012 06:00:55

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 Re: 520 baler in reply to Gambles, 10-20-2012 19:23:08  
The part number for the 520 PTO shaft is different than for the older balers. With that being said I think their might be a PTO shaft and a few other parts for a 60 baler in the barn that are going to find a new home once the fall work is done. I need to look in an older book but I think that shaft would fit a 520.

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10-21-2012 07:00:21

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 Re: 520 baler in reply to J. Schwiebert, 10-21-2012 06:00:55  
John, I actually did find a couple of needles. They are the later model aluminum ones, but I guess they should work as well as the earlier cast iron ones. I like how they slipped some pins in the "eye" to stop the twine from wearing them away.

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J. Schwiebert

10-21-2012 13:10:47

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 Re: 520 baler in reply to Gambles, 10-21-2012 07:00:21  
Call me about Thanksgiving time.

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