. If your really crowding the baler then you will get a wider variance on bale length. The 570 is almost the same as the 575, slightly lighter gearbox and smaller pickup. I have bought shop manuals for all my machines and they are well worth the investment. It has pictures of what different issues will cause the knot to look like.
I checked the blade and it is razor sharp? Any clue what part may need to be changed? One of our most popular manuals! It works but the bales are not square. I'm thinking of trying to trade for a 348 John Deere, any thoughts? It would break the twine just under the knot. The grass wraps round the axles in the feeder forks. We have the parts you need to repair your tractor. I have a bale chute extension on it and reduced more pressure on both sets of bale chamber doors and it seemed to help. Free Bonus Manuals: This manual comes with three free repair manuals! This is the operator's manual for the 69 Super Haybine, manufactured by New Holland.
It covers every aspect of the baler knitters - Rebuilding, timing, troubleshooting — this manual has it all. As far as not tying. This is my new web site due to demand of various stuff I have been moving. Do you know what twine was used in the baler before you bought it??? TjRose81 New User Joined: 04 Jul 2015 Posts: 5 Posted: Sun Jul 05, 2015 5:01 pm Post subject: Re: New holland 575 baler tying problems. Service manuals are a help, as they usually explain more than the ops manuals how to fix problems. Heavy twine 9600 or 7200ft, which ever was available, cured it for a while.
I can say that it works. Will be baling tomorrow, another 1500-2000. Just one extra flack or one less will make a lot of difference if your pushing the baler. Around my part of the country we usally don't bale above 20%. If the knot comes undone,could be the bill hook tension is too loose. One thing I did notice was different lengths in bales, I would like more uniformity but selling by the ton, it doesn't matter as much. We look to buy another inliner or more likely a Welger.
Hasn't worked on either twine. We use another method; we put smaller 22 inch, 25 kg in second compator and in bags, that we heat seal. If doing major plunger repairs I always remove the large front shield so you can get to the plunger adjustments easier. Love the man, I just don't trust his mechanical abilities. I also remove the shield support channel on the left side so you can get to the two bearing adjustment holes better.
None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co. You need to picture or describe what the knot looks like before it unties, while it is in the chamber. Anyway, we did not take ours out, just adjusted the bearings so I am clueless about that. I hope it keeps it up. I think we've had about 6-8 575's, and they've all baled day in and out very well.
Sounds like that might be your issue. Bales 1526 today and lost several due to string coming off. The Op's manual should have a trouble shooting page with pics of the failed knots and you pic which one you have and follow the instructions from there. As noted earlier the one is a pain to get to otherwise. He fought it all the year he had it. First,Do you have a book? Johns Mi Posted: Sat Jul 04, 2015 7:30 pm Post subject: Re: New holland 575 baler tying problems. Twine will tie and come through chamber and then when you pull on the twine it slips loose and comes undone.
Sharpen the knife, check the brass roller on the knife arm for flat spots, and adjust the knife arm to the specs listed in your operator's manual. This manual is a scan of a reprinted copy of this manual, so unfortunately the image quality is less than if this were a scan of the original. We got a little bigger and needed another baler and about this time we started actually treating the hay like a crop and our windrows got bigger. Choose a sub category: New Holland Manuals We carry the highest quality manuals for New Holland equipment. TjRose81 New User Joined: 04 Jul 2015 Posts: 5 Posted: Sun Jul 05, 2015 4:59 pm Post subject: Re: New holland 575 baler tying problems. I have all three manuals. You will hear lots of horror stories on these but They do work and do not break bales as stories say.
Used an inline for a couple of days and the end result looks almos perfect. If you want mail me your phone number and I can try to walk you through it over the phone if you currently have hay down. Whether you're a first-time user or an experienced pro, our complete and accurate manuals provide you with all the information you need to get the job done right. If your gonna be baling for a stack wagon, get the bale case extension, it help with the bale shape and density alot. My dad refused to give estimates, he said someone is going to end up on the short end of the stick.
I do have a manual, unfortunately I am not enough of a mechaninc to know what to do. Just bought an 08 new holland 575. I like the inlines, but have a sid delievery currently. The shop manuals were all I needed to get the job done for a fraction of the cost of bringing in the dealer mechanic. Baler is simple as is always behind you adn you aren't so wide going around teh farm and down roads, etc. Compare our super low shipping rates! We run them about 3 years and get new ones - between 75k and 100k bales.