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Twine type Case 230?

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AGNut

09-14-2011 05:16:04




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Just got a Case 230 square baler. It came with an old roll of hemp type twine. Is that what i need to use? Can i use the plastic twine or does it matter? Preciate the advice. Have a good one!




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j hikemper

09-15-2011 20:38:47




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 Re: Twine type Case 230? in reply to AGNut, 09-14-2011 05:16:04  
use either,,plastic wears the needle down ,, but you would have to bale 10k bales a yr for a decade before you would start havin problems ,,.. more square balers are sent down the river to new owners for knottin problems,, if you have problems find a PROIVEN qualified( NO Flunkie ) mechanic to make proper tunin adjustments ,, doesnt matter what brand or age , with correct tunin ,a 60 yr oldbaler can bale like a new one ,FOR MANY YEARS ,, OR BE JUNK IN adummies hands,, new balers?,, same story ,,

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1031D

09-14-2011 09:27:12




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 Re: Twine type Case 230? in reply to AGNut, 09-14-2011 05:16:04  
Tom, I ran plastic in my 230 and a 24T JD, both seemed to wear out faster than my Allis 303 that only runs sisal.



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Case Nutty 1660

09-14-2011 10:57:36




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 Re: Twine type Case 230? in reply to 1031D, 09-14-2011 09:27:12  
Jim, that does make sence as the sisel is some what oily ( only way I can describe it) and I myself do not like the sisel as the mice here have a hey day with it, so I do not have any time to compare it to thanks cnt tom



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1031D

09-14-2011 09:17:08




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 Re: Twine type Case 230? in reply to AGNut, 09-14-2011 05:16:04  
Plastic twine is also more abrasive and the old style knotters do not last long when you run it either. New style knotters are hardened and chromed so take the wear better.



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Case Nutty 1660

09-14-2011 09:21:40




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 Re: Twine type Case 230? in reply to 1031D, 09-14-2011 09:17:08  
Jim plastic is all I have ever ran in my Case balers with no problems, we sold plastic with them when new so at least the Case knotters were designed to run both cnt



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Nedd

09-14-2011 05:25:26




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 Re: Twine type Case 230? in reply to AGNut, 09-14-2011 05:16:04  
We use plastic twine but the knotters can't be too loose. And use the 9000 ft bales as the 16000 ft bales of plastic twine are too thin and break. Very good baler if properly adjusted and maintained.



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AGNut

09-14-2011 08:36:47




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 Re: Twine type Case 230? in reply to Nedd, 09-14-2011 05:25:26  
Thank you for the info.



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