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124 MF Baler

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01-19-2010 07:26:31

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Having problems timing the 124 MF baler. When the needles are coming throught the chamber, where should the plunger be?..New to this and need all the help I can get. Thanks Jeff

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01-19-2010 16:15:03

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 Re: 124 MF Baler in reply to Jeff64, 01-19-2010 07:26:31  

I have a 124 and have not been able to get it to tie satisfactorily. I took it to a dealer and got it timed, along with 2 new needles it broke because it was out of time. You need to get a shop manual and an operators manual.

As to the plunger question, notice that the plunger has slots in itfor the needles to go through on the tying cycle. The plunger is holding the hay in compression while the needles tie, so the plunger is fully away from the front(tractor side) if the baler. I think mine broke needles beacuse the plunger was at the front of the baler and the needles tried to go through a fresh batch of hay from the crossfeed. It whould be nice if you could find a local 124 owner who knows how to work on them.


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