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07-04-2014 18:16:38

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This might be a dumb question that I can figure out myself when the sun comes up and the rain slows down but anyone have a trick for replacing the pickup teeth on a M&W 1500 baler? The pieces that hold the tooth on the bar seem to be pretty hard to get into the teeth-- if you've done this, maybe you know what I mean-- not like all the other teeth on various things I've replaced...

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07-04-2014 19:56:22

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 Re: mw1500 in reply to Finnbair2020, 07-04-2014 18:16:38  
Grab a hold of the teeth like you are grabbing the handles of a pair of pliers and squeeze. This will open up the gap between the springs and that little piece should slip right in. This is the way i do it. Hope this helps, deluxe.

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07-05-2014 07:51:57

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 Re: mw1500 in reply to deluxe, 07-04-2014 19:56:22  
Thanks - your directions and some sunlight made it easier-- I see how they work now

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