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    Contact for a company to recoat rubber roller

    I can't remeber if I asked this before or not. Apologies if I did. Apparently there's accompany that can recoat the rubbery material on the netwrap roller on a baler (specifically a John Deere baler). Does anyone know their name or had one done. It's a coated roller to pull in the net and the coating has worn off. Not my baler so I don't know the fine details as I'm asking for a friend. Information greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Contact for a company to recoat rubber roller

    Quote Originally Posted by T P View Post
    I can't remeber if I asked this before or not. Apologies if I did. Apparently there's accompany that can recoat the rubbery material on the netwrap roller on a baler (specifically a John Deere baler). Does anyone know their name or had one done. It's a coated roller to pull in the net and the coating has worn off. Not my baler so I don't know the fine details as I'm asking for a friend. Information greatly appreciated.
    Would Rhino linings of Hillsborough be able to offer a coating suitable, I know they can do different textures and grip- but whether or not it would be "rubbery" enough ?

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    Re: Contact for a company to recoat rubber roller

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    Re: Contact for a company to recoat rubber roller

    Thanks I've passed those details on, fortunately he is aiming to get it sorted over the winter rather than waiting until there's grass mowed.

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