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By clicking the button below, you agree to the TractorByNet. We will not share your e-mail address with any other party for any reason. Homepage Today’s Posts Search. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Secondly, go easy on me, I’m a gal!!! Anyway, the problem is, our baler will not tie one side. We’ve tried everything and nothing.
I know haying isn’t supposed to be that much work!
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Last year, it tied pretty decent, out of 10 bales, maybe 1 wouldn’t tie. My dad is about to lose his mind!!! John Deere 14T baler prob What kind of twine are you using?
The old balers don’t seem to like the new poly twine as it’s too slick. My old IH baler chokes on the new stuff. It only likes the sisal twine.
John Deere No. 14T Automatic Pickup Baler Manual
John Deere 14T baler prob We use the old fashion sisal twine John Deere 14T baler prob Couple of possibilities No reason that plastic twine won’t work.
That’s all I use in my 14t.
How is pull tension? By that I mean: You need fish scale to measure it 15lbs Do you have it threaded properly? The twine box ought to have a twine routing diagram inside the cover. If not Check the manual.
Are the needles placing the twine properly in the twine disk? And does it hold the twine when it revolves? Is there a lot of dirt around the hay dogs in the bottom of the bale case.
These keep the last flake in position so that the twine stays tight enough to make the knot. Are there sharp edges or nicks in the twine disk that may be cutting the manuap instead of it being held onto? Is the billhook revolving?
Is the billhook tongue opening to manua the knot parts? Does the twine get pulled out of the twine disk not enough tension. Is there a partial knot formed or nothing at all? Tucker fingers are the usuall culprit. Make sure they swing together and to the same maximum angle. However, twine pulling of the ddere sounds like a johhn disk problem: Having one working is a good place to start a comparison.
As you roll it over by hand, check to see that all actions happen at about the same time. If they are good, then start looking at spring tensions: Keep the conversation going until it gets working. Then tell us what what the final solution. I presume that the sisal you are using is good square bale twine. Try reversing the twine bales and see if the problem moves to the other knotter. Gulliver is a bit far for a road trip, but you never know Have mqnual checked my knotter video on YouTube?
There is no “I” in team, but there is a “Me” if you want to jumble it up a bit John Deere 14T baler prob Thanks for all the advice!! I was gone to Little League finals and when I came home, it was working. Thanks for the replies!
Oh yea, I know Brighton is a ways, I’ve been there. John Deere 14T baler prob. Originally Posted by Mike What kind of twine are you using?
Since adjusting the tucker finger, it’s baling like crazy. John Deere 14T baler prob No reason that a baler can’t use plastic twine. There are 2 adjustments that must be made. First is at the exit of the twine bale case.
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The pull tension is adjusted by turning down the springs on the clamps. Second is at the twine disk. There is a spring force setting here, too. This is the force necessary to hold the twine in the disk. Slippery twine needs more clamping force.
Note that this conversion goes the other way. Switching to sisal means you need to reduce the twine holding forces. There is no dimensional criteria in the knotter system. Thickness has no real bearing on its operation other than the stuff has to pass thru the needle eyes and the billhook tongue.
Yes you can thread round bale plastic twine 14g make it work.
But, its not strong enough to hold a heavy bale together when you drop it 20 feet from a hay mow onto a concrete landing. And it works pretty darn good on the ‘ weight. How much HP do you use to run yours effectively.
Theres discussion on another thread about needing big tractors to run a sq baler. Smallest thing I’ve got that’s currently running has 50hp. It has no problem with the baler. All times are GMT The time now is Other trademarks on this page are balrr property of their respective owners.