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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    Quote Originally Posted by jd 2650 View Post
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    McHale Fusion 2 Baler

    I'd say that machine is in your budget
    depends on the bale count

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    I'd have the door on the baler broke within the first hour. terrible design, that baler is for a man that makes ten buns a year and plans on keeping it longer than his wife!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbadger6 View Post
    I'd have the door on the baler broke within the first hour. terrible design, that baler is for a man that makes ten buns a year and plans on keeping it longer than his wife!!!
    Terrible design? How so?

    I would have the Profi instead of that one tho

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    when I looked at them thought the wrapping table to open to get cought or backed into something

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    The baler door latch system.. There's no give when u try to pack a bale. U end up pulling the latches out the side of the chamber.. Welded back on my neighbors latches. Look Up the promo video on YouTube

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    Some call the latch an 'advantage' as you don't loose any pressure in the chamber

    If you are driving on past the designed pressure for the baler, if there is no latch, you are not making a tighter bale, your just making a bigger bale

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    Quote Originally Posted by Tullyvernon View Post
    Some call the latch an 'advantage' as you don't loose any pressure in the chamber

    If you are driving on past the designed pressure for the baler, if there is no latch, you are not making a tighter bale, your just making a bigger bale
    If anyone's going round bursting catches of a welger baler, i think they seriously need ask themselves a question! Rough?....

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    If you are wanting more density than the Welger will put in when it is set to maximum pressure then you need something else than a baler.
    I remember someone on here saying that he had to reduce the pressure as the bales were bursting the net wrap after they were discharged.

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    I agree, any recent profi Welgar iv seen ran at 100% density were making very good bales.

    The money you 'think' your saving with that extra handfull in the bale will be long gone when you have to replace bearings and rollers!

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    The quality will be remembered long after the price is forgotten.

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    to be honest these balers getting daft now still only get paid per bale

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    Quote Originally Posted by rangerover View Post
    The quality will be remembered long after the price is forgotten.
    You talking about bales or baler?

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    Re: Mchale fusion alternative

    Tullyvernon I don't think it matters. I think he is pointing out that u only get paid on the bale count!! I admire guys who can afford fusion or similar balers but they may have forgotten the old axiom that less is more! It's about making money or a return on your investment and not about making the least number of tightly packed bales. just my opinion mind!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GALCAM View Post
    Tullyvernon I don't think it matters. I think he is pointing out that u only get paid on the bale count!! I admire guys who can afford fusion or similar balers but they may have forgotten the old axiom that less is more! It's about making money or a return on your investment and not about making the least number of tightly packed bales. just my opinion mind!!

    id be with u, make a good bale and be paid. over pack them and u will wreck the baler but get no extra thanks to cover the extra wear.

    i have had silage bales busting the net. alot of machinery on farms arent fit to deal with 1ton bales, but few men know that dry matter and growing duration mean the most to feed in a tightly packed bale.

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