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Trouble getting right part number for rubber sprocket 848 Round Baler NH

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#1 northonthayfarmer

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Posted 23 January 2021 - 12:34 PM

Hello Folks;

  I am in search of guidance required to repair an older model baler which faithfully bales up all the feed for a small dairy goat herd every season.

   A pair of rubber sprockets need to be replaced. These are located inside the bale chamber, centre, at the rear and serve to guide the apron bars. (can be seen in the picture I uploaded) These rubber sprockets are sandwiched between metal plates. My baler's are worn so that the bars are hitting the plates. I was successful in obtaining the front pair (#851221) and they fit fine. But can't find the right ones for the back.

   When looking up the part number for these (they come as a pair) I get # 695178. This is found under "Tailgate". The diagram shows this rubber sprocket as having 5 "cogs". My baler has 4. My local dealer ordered this for lack of a better idea, and it came with 5  - won't work.

   The dealer here (he is not NH) does not have anything further to offer.

   I have been trying to look at other baler models (846,849,853,855) to see if I can find the part, but seem to have trouble accessing  this information and cannot get a picture of the part when I do get the baler.

   Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks to everyone who has been interesting in reading the post!

   

   

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#2 SCtrailrider

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Posted 23 January 2021 - 12:43 PM

How different are the front vs the rear, could you not use the same ones for both locations ??



#3 PaulN

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Posted 23 January 2021 - 02:26 PM

My only suggestion would be to contact messicks.com either by email or phone.



#4 northonthayfarmer

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Posted 23 January 2021 - 02:27 PM

The front has only 3 "cogs". Oddly, it was no issue.



#5 mike10

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Posted 23 January 2021 - 07:43 PM

There are two different part numbers listed for that model depending on serial number.  Why your dealer does not see that is strange.  The other part number is 786814.



#6 Snow Farmer

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Posted 24 January 2021 - 02:25 AM

Can you make your own sprockets from a comparable density of UHMW plastic?

They look pretty simple.

Use the old ones as a pattern? 

 

There are plenty of good plastics suppliers out there.

Here in Central B.C. I use a company called Redwood Plastics, not sure if they are in Ontario, but there will be someone.



#7 northonthayfarmer

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Posted 24 January 2021 - 11:40 AM

Thank you, Mike10 and Snow Farmer, Good suggestions.

I found the schematic of #786814 and it looks different - more cogs. But I will contact my dealer and see what the damage will be if we have to return it, at which point, if it happens, I will move on to Snow Farmer's good alternate plan. Luckily, we are snow farming here for a good while yet, time is on my side.


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#8 northonthayfarmer

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Posted 24 January 2021 - 11:46 AM

BTW  The serial number on this baler is 756461. 



#9 northonthayfarmer

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Posted 01 February 2021 - 08:39 AM

Hello HayTalk Community, The part #786814 is the right one for this baler. My local guy has acquired it from somewhere in southern Ontario.

     Thank-you Mike 10 and everyone who took the time to read my post. 


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