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#1 daniel.janulewicz

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 09:32 AM

Hi All,

 

I have a CaseIH 540 SBX which is exactly the same as an New Holland 575.  My question is, how many ceramic insulators and eyelets are installed on the baler to run the rope through to release the wagon remotely from the cab?  I counted five in all (four ceramic insulators and one eyelet) and just wondering if I am missing one somewhere.

 

Thanks in advance and happy haying (if there is such a thing :) )



#2 DSLinc1017

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 10:46 AM

Hello Daniel,
Welcome to HayTalk!
I can’t directly answer your question as I didn’t even know that was an option!

However there is a parts resource with diagrams that might be helpful.
Try these folks:
https://www.messicks...dor/new-holland

And yes there is such a thing as happy haying!

#3 daniel.janulewicz

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 06:02 PM

Thank you DSLinc1017,

 

Yes, it an option that is welded on to the pole on the baler and has a rope that runs to the cab to release the hay wagon from there.  I have included a link below as one example, note the rope/cord; I hope this may be of help to someone.  Have fun and thanks again.

 

http://manuals.deere...9_29SEP00_1.htm



#4 DSLinc1017

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 06:38 PM

Thank you DSLinc1017,
 
Yes, it an option that is welded on to the pole on the baler and has a rope that runs to the cab to release the hay wagon from there.  I have included a link below as one example, note the rope/cord; I hope this may be of help to someone.  Have fun and thanks again.
 
http://manuals.deere...9_29SEP00_1.htm


Interesting, Unfortunately for our hay land we very rarely can un hitch a wagon without putting a wheel chalk under a tire. Our fields are just too hilly Same reason we always use an R clip.

If it’s not fun why bother!

Cheers,
Michael

#5 ltfarm

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Posted 13 July 2020 - 12:08 PM

I have a NH 575 with that option. When I get to the shed today or tomorrow I'll check it out for you.

 

Lee






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