I am running an old 1046 balewagon here. The problem I'm having is if I stop too fast or even go over some uneven ground, the last row that just got flipped up by the second table will buckle in the middle and fall back to the second table. It is a very frustrating issue on a hot day to re-stack as the top bales are hard to get lifted that high. Has anyone added some fingers or something to hold the center of the stack in place? If so what did you use?
Jim, I run a pull-type 1033 stacker wagon so I might not be able to help too much. The first thing I would check would be the rolling rack to make sure nothing was binding up. If the rolling rack gets twisted or there are bent spots in the track that is runs on, it can cause problems. The other thing to check would be the return trip of the 2nd table. If that got bent or out of adjustment, it may not be putting the bales fully onto the load rack.
Hope this help,