For me, I noticed a difference on the left side of the bales as you stand in the back with the bales coming out at you. The side that has the knives comes out of the baler like it should and always has; cut nice and straight. The left side is what looks ragged, more so than in the past.
Upon further inspection I noticed that what you call the filler plate is not there, so I have a gap of somewhere between 1 and 1.5 inches on what I am calling the left side of my baler as you sit in the tractor seat, or stand behind the baler looking at the kicker. My manual says you need a gap of 1.5 to 4.5 mm on that side and obviously I am way over that without the filler plate.
I realize it isn't the most important piece of equipment on the baler but it seems to have made a difference in bale quality from what I saw the baler do in the past.
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