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Mel Molstad

05-24-2009 17:33:48

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Just bought Roto Baler the last one I ran was thirty years ago. Hope it all comes back. Anyway, does anyone know the best place to get the lower belts. Also will need the upper pulley that drives the twine arm, other than that, it seems to be all there and in good shape.

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Tom Yaz

05-26-2009 11:14:18

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 Re: Roto Baler in reply to Mel Molstad, 05-24-2009 17:33:48  
I have the belting $33 lower, $26 upper. Non-endless (laced) price includes shipping. Migh have your pulley too, need to do a little searching

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Mel Molstad

06-10-2009 10:31:46

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 Re: Roto Baler in reply to Tom Yaz, 05-26-2009 11:14:18  
Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner, had a death in the family. Anyway, I found my belts, just up the road from me. Brand-new never been used. The guy got rid of his baler years back and forgot he had the belts. Anyway, I still need the upper belt pulley or as they call it in the part book the sheave and the sheave hub . The sheave hub is what is broken. The pulley or sheave is bent, but may be salvageable. Would like to have both, if you have them. Let me know price, and when you can ship. Thank you, Mel

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05-25-2009 09:51:12

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 Re: Roto Baler in reply to Mel Molstad, 05-24-2009 17:33:48  
Hammond Equipment, Alabama, makes all size belts, these are the split and lace type belts, not continuous. just google flat belts or Hammond equip, if I am remembering the name right.

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