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JD Seller major NH276 Pickup repair

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Hay hay hay

02-04-2018 13:29:05

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I need to replace the cam track in a NH 276 baler supersweep pickup assembly.

My question what is the best way to pull the whole pickup assembly out of the baler?
It appears that the assembly is held in place by the drive shaft. Will the bearings come out with the shaft or will I need to heat it and drive the shaft thru the bearings? I have not started pulling it apart yet so any tips and insights will be appreciated. Nothing in the manual covers this assembly removal.

Anyone with experience please chime in.

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Shaun Wallace

02-04-2018 15:02:03

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 Re: JD Seller major NH276 Pickup repair in reply to Hay hay hay, 02-04-2018 13:29:05  
No donot have to pull pickup off. Take couple end bows off,remove rollers from tooth bars, See cutout in track and slide out over shaft.

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Hay hay hay

02-04-2018 15:16:37

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 Re: JD Seller major NH276 Pickup repair in reply to Shaun Wallace, 02-04-2018 15:02:03  
You made my day...you are sure the opening in the track is large enough to allow it to slide out past the center shaft? Thanks

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