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    Torn Belt on my 467 Baler

    Check out what a cedar stick will do to a belt. We mulched a bunch of cedar trees up - I guess I missed one that ended up in our last hay row.

    Going to put a splice there and replace all the pins.

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    Do you cut out more and splice in? Could you post a picture when you are done. That does not look like something that is easily repairable or will last a long time.



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    I will cut the belt there and put a new lace in there.

    The belt has one lace right now. Now it will have 2.

    Won't be a problem and it is much cheaper than a new belt.

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    A lace is like a metal zipper? Like you see in the grocery store belts?

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    Baler i back from the dealer.

    $103.92 in parts for the belt repairs. Ended up I have messed the 2 outside belts up a tad.

    I also had them replace the 3 chains on the left side. The main chain had stretched quite a bit. I had taken links out of it. They recommend only taking so many links out.

    I also have them put all in pins in the belts.

    Total - $669.67

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    Ouch, that was a costly cedar tree. On the plus side at least you are using the baler!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MFreund1 View Post
    Ouch, that was a costly cedar tree. On the plus side at least you are using the baler!!
    I pick up everything i see that might tear up my baler. There is no way I will get it all picked up.

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    I meant at least there was hay to bale. I thought most of Texas was in a drought.
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    Baler belt lacing

    Alligator Lacing- USA
    Mato Lacing- Germany
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