The counter is also on the monitor, instead of on the front of the baler. I bought it got it home this evening. Havent really had a chance to read up on it. I bought it got it home this evening. You can line every thing up perfect, and then go over one ditch or uneven spot in the field and screw everything up. I hooked it to mine.
Im sure the guy I got it off of thought the gears was shot. Operator must watch bale level indicators on baler to determine bale shape. I have a 1990 375 same basic baler as yours except 5' x 4' bale. The outside of the gear box looked fine but the inside was awful. I've used Edge to Edge with plastic spacers available a dealer. It was a very good baler. Therefore in theory less drive line problems.
Also i have been told by john deere techs that over the edge runs closer to the bearings, whitch makes the wrap get to these more and cause wear. It does not work like it used to. I couldn't believe it was in this bad of shape. I just bumped it with the pto. If you hear what sounds like metal rubbing together, you probably have teeth rubbing on the stripper plates.
I wouldn't be scared of a 535, given the number of bales you plan on putting through it. I couldn't believe it was in this bad of shape. Section : 05 - Safety Section : 10 - Safety Signs Section : 15 - Preparing the Tractor Section : 20 - Preparing the Baler Section : 25 - Preparing Baler for Net Wrap Section : 30 - Attaching and Detaching Section : 35 - Transporting Section : 40 - Handling Round Bales Section : 45 - Operating the Baler Section : 50 - Attachments Section : 55 - Lubrication and Maintenance Section : 60 - Troubleshooting Section : 65 - Service-Baler Section : 70 - Service-Net Wrap Section : 75 - Storage Section : 80 - Specifications Section : 85 - Crime Prevention Tips. My dumb fault for not checking slip clutch. It will shed water better, and it is so much faster to net wrap a bale of hay than to wait for the twine arms to put string on a bale. If storing outside, I would definitely recommend the net wrap.
I was wondering what years where these balers made. This is not necessarily realistic, however. I think they can convert any but that yoke is pricy because of the costant velocity. Got it all cleaned up and disassembled. Get a later 535 with the green pickup head. I hope the joke is on him.
Please be aware of BigIron's and. The 535's were designed with many trips to trigger the twine arms to move and tie the bale. Unlike conventional auctions, bidders can discuss specifics about the auction pieces with the actual seller, or go see the actual machine themselves. We upgraded our 535 up to a 567 with coveredge net wrap and a mega wide pickup. He didn't have a tractor to hook it up to. Nothing i am saying is biblical just stuff that i have seen and heard. Reproduction of any part of this website, including design and content, without written permission is strictly prohibited.
Had a 1995 535 that we bought new and used up through 2003. Any compelling reason to just get twine? The guy told me that it was fine. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice. Don't really like that part of it with no monitor. John Deere and its logos are the registered trademarks of the John Deere Corporation. Other model tubes would require some fabrication.
Your baler can be converted to 2 twine arms and you'll also need more twine storage on baler. It has an alarm I think on it and there is a plug of some sort that is suppose to come to the tractor is anyone familiar how that this works. Im sure the ring and pinion is stripped or locked up. Maybe call some of the salvage yards after you price your parts. The 535's were designed with many trips to trigger the twine arms to move and tie the bale. I guess I will take it off and see what the problem is.
The site lets visitors access listings from anywhere in the world 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With that said, I would maybe spend a little more money, and look for a used 566, 567, and you may not have to spend anymore money at all. Very bad grinding nosie in and nothing turns over. I hope it works out great for you. I think you got a great deal. Any ideas what im faced with price wise on repair.
Id say it will be an expensive repair. Got new bearings ordered for 55 bucks all Timken bearings. You can also manually tie a bale from the tractor seat. We upgraded our 535 up to a 567 with coveredge net wrap and a mega wide pickup. With that said, I would maybe spend a little more money, and look for a used 566, 567, and you may not have to spend anymore money at all.