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02-15-2021 07:14:13

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I remember seeing some years back that a company was marketing a monofilament plastic wire replacement. It looked like weedwacker string and was supposed to work in the twisters just like steel wire. I don't see it anywhere now. Guess it didn't work as intended?

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02-16-2021 13:57:51

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 Re: This talk of wire balers in reply to Timmycornpicker, 02-15-2021 07:14:13  
Im not sure it would work as it wouldnt stay bent the way regular wire being tied in a wire baler like one of mine, Case W140 would do to it

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02-16-2021 04:51:56

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 Re: This talk of wire balers in reply to Timmycornpicker, 02-15-2021 07:14:13  
The multifilament that most of us use won out over the mono.

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02-15-2021 18:38:14

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 Re: This talk of wire balers in reply to Timmycornpicker, 02-15-2021 07:14:13  
Never heard of such a thing. I dont believe the single strand plastic would have near enough strength to hold a bale together.

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Kevin Happke

02-15-2021 16:24:22

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 Re: This talk of wire balers in reply to Timmycornpicker, 02-15-2021 07:14:13  
Are you looking for pre made wire ties for hand tie wire balers?

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02-15-2021 17:00:43

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 Re: This talk of wire balers in reply to Kevin Happke, 02-15-2021 16:24:22  
No. This was on spools for use in automatic wire tie balers. It was supposed to be a less expensive substitute for steel wire. I don't use a wire baler, just had my mind jogged back 20 years.

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