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new holland 275 hayliner

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j meyers

07-10-2008 09:06:37

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Rookies need help!!!!

Helped some friends bale hay last night. We dug out an old new holland 275 out of the weeds. Finally got the knotter and cutter working properly. My questions is how do I know if I have the proper tension on the bale?? The bales seem loose. The bales were shorter than 2 are wide. I think the adjustment for that is on the arm next to the knotter assembly. We haven't baled hay in 25 years so our memories aren't the greatest. All the old guys we worked for as kids have passed on by now, and we are scrambling to find some one that can anwser our questions.

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07-10-2008 11:05:59

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 Re: new holland 275 hayliner in reply to j meyers, 07-10-2008 09:06:37  
Yup you slide that little collar with the set screw up to make longer bales.

And you tighten the bales up by cranking down those 2 cranks, one on each side at the back end of the chute. Tighten them up till you get the tension on the bale that you want. If you go to tight it will start popping the knots. But the bale has to be darn tight to do that. The bale will get to heavy first.


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