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230 Baler works good, had to fix it once.

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06-17-2012 18:43:52

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Not a big deal. The overrun clutch broke/wore out. Lucky for me(or not) it has happened before and there was a brazed spare in the twine box. I changed it in the field and finished baling.

I repaired the original one this morning with my mig welder and a carbide burr, but am now on the hunt for another spare along with slip clutch friction discs. I don't know how long mine are going to last, but I can tell you I drop the throttle and ease the clutch out real slow in an effort to take care of them! LOL!

I have been using this baler and really like it. I am pleased.


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Case Nutty 1660

06-17-2012 18:55:27

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 Re: 230 Baler works good, had to fix it once. in reply to Stumpy(NH), 06-17-2012 18:43:52  
another part that needs to be oiled is those spring loaded spring dogs, glad you are happy and things are working well for you cnt

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06-18-2012 02:52:27

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 Re: 230 Baler works good, had to fix it once. in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-17-2012 18:55:27  
I may own part of the blame on the spring loaded dogs. I think one of the springs was replaced with a lighter spring that when greased would push into the bore and then not return. The clutch was running with only one dog. I cleaned the grease out of the bore with gasoline and it worked fine. Now that I am aware of it, I will ube carefully.

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