Baler Ih 47 Manual
IH 47 baler - lost time discussion in the Farmall & International Harvester (IHC) forum at Yesterday's Tractors. Find great deals on eBay for baler 47. International Harvester Baler Parts Manual (37 Baler 47 Baler. 2004 Saab 9 3 Owners Manual. A New Original Tension Screw For An IH 46, 47 Square. This is the operator's manual for International Harvester model 37 and 47 hay balers. This is just what you need if your baler is broken and you need to fix it fast. This is actually two manuals for the price of one.
Hey guys I finally got my 47 going kinda. This is one of a pair (46 & 47) I traded for a while back. One had a broken needle; other a bent needle. I used the good needles on this one. These are the first twine balers I've messed with; most folks around here use wire balers. I do like the idea of twine (40 bux a bundle compared to 70 per roll for wire) from a cost standpoint tho so decided to give them a try. They'd been sitting for about 5 years the guy said.
2016 Suzuki Marauder Vz800 Shop Manual. I picked up some old hay I'd cut & raked back in the fall when my wire baler quit (JD 214WS) & here's what happened. First pic is at the back, second pic is the left knotter, third is right knotter. I don't know how big these thumbnails will open (I've never attached pix here that & recall) but there are multiple strings leading to the rear (maybe it's not cutting the twine?) & the twine seems to be holding in the knotter as I'd expect. This is old twine (which I've seen recommendations against) but it isn't breaking before it gets to the needles. I'd prefer not to buy twine until I have an idea whether the baler's going to work but will if this is a 'probable cause' of my problems. Any help appreciated! One of the problems I see is that your demo is not giving a real life.
Your first picture is that your not applying any tension to the bale and your string is loose. I understand that you don't have a lot of hay to bale but loose string will make any knotter miss.
Your second picture is that your bill hook has a lot of string wrapped around it. This can be miss-alignment from needles, loose tension on string and many more problems. Your third picture is a twine finger miss or loose string etc. Many things will cause these problems. Thanks guys Cannon, the 'stuff' I was trying to bale is old hay that laid on the ground all winter. It's really brittle.
Maybe I'd be better off mowing a couple of rounds & seeing how it bales? I'll cut everything away from that one knotter & start over pulling the twine through it. I'd suspect loose string has lots to do with it? The twine does NOT (as far as I can tell) break between the tensioner in the twine box & needles? Northeast I have the OM on it & went thru the timing procedure & everything is set now to the specs in the OM. I did NOT mess with anything on the knotters themselves tho (except for lubing them) as I figured not knowing what I was doing I might do more harm than good? Lew, you may not be giving the baler a chance to 'warm up'.
My old IH-37 would always miss knots on the first 3-5 bales no matter what I did. After that it was reasonably reliable. The biggest issue I had with it was the twine knifes, they need to be sharp and set exactly as shown in the manual. Otherwise you will make sausages.
It also did not like plastic twine, but you're using sisal so that's not the problem. Mine ran best with the PTO at about 490-500 rpm, so try slowing it down a little. Thanks Mike I think I'll see if anyone has any twine locally; twine square balers VERY SCARCE around here.
I'll check the twine knives also. I sure don't want any plastic twine; that stuff NEVER rots away! I may mow a coupla rounds & see if something fresh bales better; I'd like to get this old stuff baled up so I can move it easily for mulch in the garden; not mulching the hay field.
It is awfully brittle though. It was cut & raked in the fall; my old square baler (JD 214 WS wire tie) quit on me & the rains started; no way to spread the hay back out so it just sat there in windrows over the winter.
IT WORKS!!!!! Finally got back onto it today; cut a little hay thursday to try baling saturday then had that flat on the rear tractor tire. Fixed it (or should say put sealer in it) & then it rained a little.
Baler still wouldn't tie right; I'd replaced the twine knife blades & put in new twine; kept cutting the mess off the knotters & suddenly it started tieing good & didn't miss after that. Soooooo tomorrow I'll cut the rest & hope it keeps going. Many thanks everyone for all the good info!
Parts Manual for International Harvester 47 Baler This Parts Manual contains 68 pages of helpful information. The manual is a digitally enhanced reproduction of the OEM manual and is bound for a lifetime of use. A must have for any International Harvester 47 owner. Notes: Year / Serial Number: Which Manual Do I Need? There are 3 main types of manuals, each with a specific purpose.
Some manuals combine types (i.e. Parts + Operators, etc.), but the basic function of the manual types remain the same and are as follows: • Service Manual (SVC) - The service manual (Shop manual or Repair manual) tells you how to take the machine apart, fix it, and put it back together.
It is written in the language of a mechanic and may include valuable detailed information such as specifications, torques, ranges, etc. If you are serious about repairs or restoration, you need the service manual. • Parts Manual (PTS) - The parts manual has exploded views of all parts on the machine, giving great detail on assembly and disassembly. It also includes a guide for ordering parts. It picks up where service manuals leave off.