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TX Jim, I'm Back With Some News

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09-05-2012 10:31:51

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I finally got a chance to do another cutting. I had installed a pressure gauge on the gate closure pressure line, the same one you said would change as the bale formed.

Well everything went just as you said it would. After I realized that I was trying to fill a 5' baler with a tractor with 4' inner tire spacing, as I said I needed to do I stomped on the ww's today. the mechanical bale indicators worked as designed, the pressure on the gauge went from about 900 or so with/when the gate closed (no latch like others) to somewhere between the 2k and 3k marks on the gauge as the bale formed, just as you said it would and you could lay a straight edge across the top of the bale; nice and tight, no navel hernias as I initially mentioned.

Thank you sir very much. Not only am I happy with my new old baler, but you saved me a lot of moolah and trouble.


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09-05-2012 11:45:23

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 Re: TX Jim, I'm Back With Some News in reply to Tx Jim, 09-05-2012 10:31:51  

Texasmark1 said: (quoted from post at 13:31:51 09/05/12)
Thank you sir very much. Not only am I happy with my new old baler, but you saved me a lot of moolah and trouble.Mark

Moolah saved?? I give you my address and you can send me the check for the internet service call!!!!! !! :lol: :lol:

I'm kidding glad you got it straightened out and you are welcome.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 11:46:04 09/05/12.

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