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  1. Machinery
    I have a new to me new Holland 853 baler. Works great only issue is the arms wont snap shut to cut the twine. I can bump it manually and it will close. I've cleaned them out and lubed them up and still nothing. any help would be appreciated.
  2. Machinery
    The left side of the bailer twine breaks. We tried everything in the book to no avail. Adjusted the stripper, adjusted the bill hook and nothing. Checked the hay dawgs and they look and feel ok?:mad:
  3. Alfalfa/Hay
    I apologize if this has been cussed and discussed already. But I'm beginning to hear rumblings about shortages on twine and plastic. Is that just rumor, or have you run into the same thing? What's your experience been? Lynn Jaynes - and thanks in advance.
  4. Machinery
    I recently purchased a used Vermeer Rebel 5400 round baler and have a question regarding the twine arms. When I retract the twine arms and then run them back out, the twine in one or both twine arms retracts back inside the tubes. As I've been going through and servicing I've replaced the...
  5. Machinery
    Hello all! I have a 2001 NH 688 Round baler, twine tie only. Start of second season with this baler. Starting baling very first bale, all was normal until reached size setting.... Monitor alarmed that bale size was reached, stopped machine, twine arms extended to center of bale and started to...
  6. Machinery
    Hi I am new the forum but have enjoyed what I have been reading so far. I have a NH 270 serial # 15511. Currently using sisal twine and would like to know if anyone has switched over to plastic/poly twine. I have been looking and cannot find much info on switching over and if any parts ie...
  7. Machinery
    Have JD 348 Wire since 92 with Holescher Accumulator. Thinking of getting Massey 1839. Bale mostly coastal but it can get pretty heavy where A-1 is not slow enough. The accumulator has a problem when the bale is oversized. The accumulator turn them on edge and when the arm comes down can catch...
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