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|Randy Eastland||I bought a Massey Ferguson #12 baler and its "Out of Time" If any one know's where to purchase a manual on it or has the infromation on how to "time" it the help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
|Jim Tucker||I HAVE THE BOOKS IF YOU CANT FIND I CAN COPY THE TIMING FOR YOU IM RUNNING MINE STILL SO I NEED THE BOOK
|Don Beckman||Are the #12 and the #10 parts about the same or interchangable? I have a #10 MF baler that needs repair of the plunger arm bearing. Can you help? If the timing is the same I have a book and I could make copies of the timing section. My book just doesn't help me on the other repair. Thanks. Don Beckman
|randy||I would sure appreciate if you could scan the timing part of the book and possibly e-mail it to me it sure would be a great help
|Jon Cocke||I have the operators manual for mine, but it doesn't cover the timing of the NEEDLES. I time the packer to the plunger but the needles are not timed to the plunger. the needles are up when the plunger approches them. It 's not like the deere and its not like the NH.I need to get going, any help would be appreciated.
|Jim Tucker||I will try to get a scanner plugged into my cpu
this weekend Ive been busy doing hay and work
we baled 430 bales toninte
|Tom Lynch||When the needles come through, the twine is not placed in the knotter. THe twine ends up below and to the right of the knotter. I do not think the needle is bent. If the twine is placed in the knotter it will tie. Any help would be appreciated.
|John Fehringer||I have two #12 balers when I bought them they were bouth out of time. I timed them by taking off the vertical chain that dives the knotters and moving the flywheel either forward or backwards until the needles were intime with the plunger. Then just reinstall the chain and it should work just fine.
|Eric||I need a part for my #12 baler. Any idea where I can get parts from? Any help would be appreciated!