The plastic net was desperate slow to complete its cycle... I meant to go back and time itMate sent me a snap of somewhere in cork of a lad with a newish looking fendt and a pottinger impress combi last night that he was setting up for him.crop was light, probaly was a paddock
Don’t think Danny is in the forum .Someone from here I believe!!
‘Inline’ baler-wrapper combinations aren’t something you see working every day, Gary Abbott caught up with Danny Delaney to find out why he runs an ‘inline’ setup over an integrated baler wrapper combwww.farmersjournal.ie
Do you run the wrapper with the spool on all the time , or power beyond?The in-line is a great job for anyone doing a handy amount of bales. Before I’d have to bale them, then wrap them and help stacking. If your anyway good with machinery and quick to learn I’d say go for it. I bought a new baler and put a 07 wrapper with 35k bales behind it. On hills you just open the arm and it’ll pull the bale into line. Good camera with a big screen. You’ll do 35 bales an hour handy. Got up to 55 in 30ft rows.
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Not ideal but it’s on the spool. Wrapper and tractor have load sensing and might see if it works this year. When it was goin well I didn’t like to change it.Do you run the wrapper with the spool on all the time , or power beyond?
I have a f560 and I was thinking of buying a inline to go behind it ,
My baler runs on power beyond,
Not going a whole pile , ours and a few ,
No.Any trouble with grass wrapping around the reel ?
Wouldn't have thought so, one roll doesn't do the full width of the bale unless there be enough overlap between the 2 rolls to get 60 + bales as you said but then the outer edges might lack a bit of plastic unless I'm missing somethingIf one roll at 4 layers wraps 30-32 bales, two rolls should do 60+ on the barrel only