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Baler needles

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svcummins

06-29-2020 20:20:41




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The manual says to thread the needles and make sure twine is in the discs before setting up needle to knotter clearance. Where I will be putting the needles in with no real idea where to adjust them should I just set them close so they barely rub then go from there ?




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jon f mn

06-30-2020 05:14:59




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 Re: Baler needles in reply to svcummins, 06-29-2020 20:20:41  
I would set them close first. Then cycle them with no twine by hand and set them again. Then you will have to do the final setting with twine because they will flex a little from the pull of the twine.



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ArleninOr

06-29-2020 23:23:54




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 Re: Baler needles in reply to svcummins, 06-29-2020 20:20:41  
Drag it out here and I will help you set it up.



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svcummins

06-30-2020 17:03:03




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 Re: Baler needles in reply to ArleninOr, 06-29-2020 23:23:54  
I donít think the tires will last that far



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