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MF 10 hay baler

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boltcuter

06-15-2009 19:31:23




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a friend borrowed a MF 10 baler when he went to grease it and found that there is no fittings on the baler.There is not even any holes for grease fittings.Any one know what this is all about




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boltcuter

06-16-2009 19:43:44




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 Re: MF 10 hay baler in reply to boltcuter, 06-15-2009 19:31:23  
Thanks for the reply,just thought it was a little strange with no fittings on nothing.I was raised with a IH45 and then a NH66 baler and we always greased them however true lightly greased or you got handed a rag to wipe off the excess.I even got sent to grease the 3 section lever set drag once(uncle got a charge out of that)thanks again



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boltcuter

06-16-2009 19:43:40




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 Re: MF 10 hay baler in reply to boltcuter, 06-15-2009 19:31:23  
Thanks for the reply,just thought it was a little strange with no fittings on nothing.I was raised with a IH45 and then a NH66 baler and we always greased them however true lightly greased or you got handed a rag to wipe off the excess.I even got sent to grease the 3 section lever set drag once(uncle got a charge out of that)thanks again



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MLD

06-16-2009 05:32:22




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 Re: MF 10 hay baler in reply to boltcuter, 06-15-2009 19:31:23  
My MF 9 has does have fittings but alot of places you would look to grease aren't there. They used self lubricating bushings to lower equipment maintance. Tells you this in the operators manual.



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chuck41

06-16-2009 04:59:18




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 Re: MF 10 hay baler in reply to boltcuter, 06-15-2009 19:31:23  
This is the intentions of the manufacturer. DO NOT overgrease this baler. The only greasing you
should do during the season is the PTO shaft and
do not overgrease those. You need a owners manual
to show you the grease points and how often, for
example the knotters should be greased 10,000 bales or once a season and then "lightly" To grease you simply remove the plugs and insert a
standard 1/8? zerk and remove when done. We had
many customers who would put zerks in and leave
but that only works good if you are the sole op.
of the baler and no one borrows! If you go by the
book you can once a year lube the machine by the
book in about 1 hour, including chain lube,checking gearcases etc. Chuck

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