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07-25-2014 04:33:59

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Set on rockford craigslist for oliver baler says there aluminum handy if you need them

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07-25-2014 21:41:30

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 Re: needles for oliver baler in reply to Banditfarmer, 07-25-2014 04:33:59  
I always thought our 520 was aluminum needles?

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07-25-2014 23:21:16

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 Re: needles for oliver baler in reply to mab570diesel, 07-25-2014 21:41:30  
The original 520 baler needles were cast iron. The later, factory replacement needles were made of aluminum. As of about a year ago, you could still get the aluminum 520 replacement needles from AGCO, but they were close to $300 each, IIRC.

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07-25-2014 21:24:51

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 Re: needles for oliver baler in reply to farmerwithmutt, 07-25-2014 04:33:59  
That is strange we used Oliver balers from Model 60 to the last Model 620. Do not remember any being aluminum. I wonder if he is mistaking cast steel for aluminum.
One time we made aluminum horseshoes out of aluminum and after heating treating they wore better than steel and had better tensil strength. But, aluminum needles is a new to me. I can see how it can be done. Those would we some expensive needles unless it was a government job.
Any needle is expensive today. I paid $60 for the first needle I broke.

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