John Deere 410 Baler Diagram
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John Deere 410 Baler Diagram

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Hesston: 5600, 5800Gehl: 1400, 1500, 1600, 1850, 1860
Vermeer: 504 C, F, G
605 A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H

IHC: 241, 240012"Cards12 Cards Per Box6102168Standard Replacement Belt Hooks For:

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(One Less Hook)2.Square belt ends prior to installing hooks.3.When lacing textured surface belts, always skive off (remove) textured surface where the hooks are to be4.Leave ” on each edge of the belt unlaced.This guards against end hooks being torn out by the belt guides.5.Always install one more hook on the leading end (pulling end) of the belt than on the trailing end (end being6.Hooks are properly sized and clinched when: This tears belt fabric causing premature splice failure.8.When lacing belts with a vise lacer, always use the pressure plate provided to finish clinching belt hooks.1.Install your baler belts according to the direction of travel.Figure A-1.3.The diagram below shows a belt with a pulling (leading) end and an end being pulled (trailing end).than on the end being pulled.Figure A-2.

This Square corners on the pulling end keepsGuidelines For Proper Hook And Belt InstallationTECHNICAL NOTES: Dealers always inquire as to the proper hook to use on the various baler belts seen in todaysmarket are factors in determining the proper hook.BELT THICKENESS

ROLLER DIAMETERS BELT TENSION O.E.M.SPECIFICATIONS.A.Newer generation balers generally have a thicker belt construction, larger diameter rollers and apply greater tension.1.For these models, the 4 rectangular high tensile hook is the proper choice.(see page 46)B.For older model balers which generally have a thinner belt construction, small diameter rollers and apply lowertension, a smaller round wire hook is the proper choice.(See page 46)Their are many options and variables to consider when lacing or repairing baler belts.Please feel free to Belting TOLL FREE with your questions or problems.We will provide you with up-to-date belt and lacing informationplus offer you some great tips on belt repair and how to install a better looking splice.Good ClinchUnder ClinchOver ClinchBeltBelt Belting AccessoriesFLEXCO ALLIGATOR RIVET FASTENER6"Repair KitAlligator RivetRepairs 2 - 6" Belts616149957"Repair kitAlligator RivetRepairs 2 - 7" Belts61615001Kit Includes: (4) Lace Strips, Rivets, (2) Hinge PinsHEAVY DUTY FASTENER FOR NEWER MODEL BALERSALLIGATOR RIVET ACCESSORIES7" APPLICATIONTOOL7" MULTI-RIVETAPPLICATION TOOLREPLACEMENT(15) rivets per package7" REPLACEMENT HINGE PINSPkg of 8/7" Stainless Steel61615008Pkg of 8/7" Corrugated Steel61614992(Includes multi-rivet tool, guide block, pneumatic punchand hand punch.
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: April, 1979Tested at: LethbridgeEvaluation Report
135TABLE 1.CropHoursNumber of BalesField Area (ha)113Total11916210192RESULTS AND DISCUSSION RATE OF WORK

Average feedrates varied from 4 t/h in light bromegrass to 10 t/h in a heavy alfalfa-brome.Average feedrate depended on windrow size and uniformity, crop condition,

eld surface, available

In heavy, uniform alfalfa windrows, instantaneous feedrates in excess of 20 t/h were measured.These were peak values, representing maximum baler capacity, which could not be maintained continuously.

Feeding was aggressive in all crops.

QUALITY OF WORK

The John Deere 346 was capable of producing

rm durable bales, with square ends, in all crops (FIGURE 2).Average hay bales weighed 27 to 37 kg while average straw bales weighed 21 to 24 kg.

Average bale density varied from 220 kg/m in heavy alfalfa to 125 kg/m in straw.
A
B Typical Bales: (A) Alfalfa, (B) Straw, (C) Green Feed, (D) Crested Wheatgrass.Bale Length Variation: As with most conventional square

cult to obtain consistent bale length, especially in

Bale length is adjusted by positioning the metering arm stop (FIGURE 3).The metering wheel advances the metering arm with

For the same length setting, higher feedrates usually produced

eld, average bale at 15 t/h.

The same trend was evident in wheat straw with average

Bale Length Adjustment: (A) Metering Arm, (B) Metering Wheel, (C) Adjustable

Leaf Loss: As with most conventional square balers, leaf loss in dry hay was lower than with round balers.Total loss from the

eld conditions.

cant unless ground speed was

Knotter Reliability and Performance: The knotters, when clearly outlined in the operators manual.

The John Deere 346 was supplied with multi-twine billhooks.billhooks and to adjust twine disc timing.This took one man, with

Knot strength was about 50% of twine tensile strength with

Power Take-off Requirements: FIGURE 4 shows typical taneous power take-off requirements for the John Deer 346.

uctuated from 0 to 46 kW on each plunger

uctuations, average power from 6 to 23 kW, over a full range of feedrates.FIGURE 5 shows the average power take-off requirements at various feedrates in alfalfa and wheat straw.Tractor Size: The manufacturer recommended that a 26 kW tractor be used.Average power take-off requirements were usually was usually less than 5 kW.A 45 kW tractor was, however, needed

elds and to overcome the

uctuations illustrated in FIGURE 4.

c Capacity: Speci c capacity is a measure of how

ciently

a machine performs a task.

A high speci c capacity

cient energy use while low speci c, capacity indicates

cient operation.The speci c capacity of the John Deere 346 wheat straw.This compares to an average speci c capacity of 0
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.5 t/kWh for large round balers in alfalfa.These values represent

Instantaneous Power Take-off Requirements when Baling Alfalfa at 10 t/h

Average Power Take-off Requirements when Baling Alfalfa and Straw.EASE OF OPERATION

Hitching: The John Deere 346 was easily hitched to tractors equipped with a 540 rpm power take-off.The hitch jack was convenient.The hitch clevis was adjustable to suit drawbar height.

The John Deere 346 was supplied with an equal angle hitch attachment, which bolts as an extension to the tractor drawbar.This

cult to fasten securely to the tractor

cations to

Transporting: The hitch tongue was easy to swing into

eld position.Dismounting the tractor was necessary to hitch tongue retaining pin.

The John Deere 346 could normally be

eld position in about three minutes.

The baler towed well behind a tractor or suitably sized truck.

with only infrequent plugging.The pickup, was wide enough to

The John Deere 346 was suf ciently

cient baling.The equal angle hitch minimized power take-off chatter on short turns.Twine Threading: Twine threading was convenient.

The operators manual gave a clear description of twine threading EASE OF ADJUSTMENT

Bale Length: Bale length was conveniently adjusted with a

Obtaining a consistent bale length was dif cult, since bale

Bale Density: The optional hydraulic bale density control was easy to adjust although it was necessary to dismount the tractor.

c crop was a trial and error

The bale density control had suf cient adjustment range to produce dense bales in most crops.Normally, twine knot strength was the only factor limiting bale density.

In very light windrows or very slippery hay, the side resistors (FIGURE 6) had to be adjusted to obtain proper bale density.Side resistor adjustment was

Feeding System: The feeder fork (FIGURE 1) had three in all crops.The feeder fork was easily adjusted with pliers.

Pickup: Pickup height was easily adjusted with a screw crank.Wrenches were needed to position the optional pickup gauge

Overload Devices: The drive shaft slip clutch functioned well but required adjustment once during the test.Adjusting the slip clutch was easy.Replacing the

ywheel and knotter shear bolts was

Bale Chute: The optional quarter turn bale chute was easily adjusted to place the bales on edge.

The bale chute was reversible

Servicing: The John Deere 346 had three chain drives, 12

ttings, one multi-luber and one gear box.The operators

ttings every 50 hours, six grease

ttings every 100 hours and annual gearbox servicing and wheel bearing packing.About seven

ttings awkward.

Tool Box: A tool tray located above the plunger crank was OPERATOR SAFETY

The John Deere was safe to operate and service if normal safety precautions were observed.All moving parts, except for the

ywheel, were well shielded.As with
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#010-0446 REVISED 12/09 OWNERS MANUAL

25 Gallon Automatic Preservative KIT REFERENCE CHART 3 TOOLS NEEDED INSTALLATION OF APPLICATOR OF MOUNTING BRACKETS, TANK, & REACH RODS 4

4483B INSTALL KIT FOR JOHN DEERE 5,6,7 SERIES & 4516 FOR JOHN DEERE 8 SERIES ROUND BALERS

4484B INSTALL KIT FOR UNIVERSAL ROUND BALERS 5

4486B INSTALL KIT FOR NEW HOLLAND 6 SERIES 5

2.

INSTALLATION OF PUMP PLATE 6

A.ALL INSTALL KITS 6

3.

PLACEMENT OF SPRAY NOZZLE ASSEMBLY 7

4.

INSTALLATION OF PLUMBING 8

5.

INSTALLATION OF MOISTURE SENSING PADS 9-14

AGCO, CHALLENGER, HESSTON, & MASSEY FERGUSON BALERS 9-10

JOHN DEERE 5,6,7, & 8

SERIES BALERS 11

NEW HOLLAND 6 SERIES AND BR 730 BALERS 12

VERMEER BALERS 13

6.

POWER CABLE AND MAIN WIRING HARNESS INSTALLATION 14-15

SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM 14

INSTALLATION OF CONTROLS 15

7.

DESCRPTION OF BUTTONS 16

8.

FIRST TIME AND ANNUAL START UP INSTRUCTIONS 17

CHECKING AND PRIMING PUMPS 17

9.

SETTING UP SYSTEM FOR INITIAL USE 18-19

APPLICATION RATE 18

BALING RATE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 20-23

AUTOMATIC MODE

MANUAL MODE

JOB RECORDS

DIAGNOSTICS COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT THE 463 24 MAINTENANCE WINTER STORAGE TROUBLE SHOOTING CHECKS 26-27 BACKUP FUSE WIRING DIAGRAMS PARTS BREAKDOWN

MODEL 446 BASE KIT

PUMP PLATE

MOISTURE PAD AND HOSES 32

CONTROL BOX AND WIRING HARNESS 33

4400CB UNIVERSAL 3-TIP NOZZLE KIT 34

4483B FOR JOHN DEERE 5, 6, 7 SERIES 35

4484B FOR UNIVERSAL ROUND BALERS 36

4486B FOR NEW HOLLAND 6 SERIES 37

4516B FOR JOHN DEERE 8 SERIES 38 NOTES WARRANTY STATEMENT BACK PAGE BALER MAKE BALER MODEL INSTALLATION KITCASE IH (2002 AND OLDER) ALL ROUND BALERS 4484B CHALLENGER RB34, RB44, RB46, & RB56 ROUND BALERS 4484B HESSTON ALL ROUND BALERS 4484B JOHN DEERE 410-510 & 430-530 ROUND BALERS 4484B JOHN DEERE ALL 5, 6, & 7 SERIES ROUND BALERS 4483B JOHN DEERE ALL 8 SERIES ROUND BALERS 4516B NEW HOLLAND 640-688 ROUND BALERS 4486B NEW HOLLAND 630-638 ROUND BALERS, & BR 730 4484B VERMEER ALL ROUND BALERS 4484B OTHER ROUND BALERS 4484B

Congratulations on purchasing a Harvest Tec Model 446 applicator.

This applicator is designed to apply Harvest Tec buffered propionic acid.

The use of other products can cause application odel 446 base kit includes the following parts: Tank, Frame, Pumps, Hose, Baler Mounted Processor, Touchscreen Display, Moisture Sensors, and Miscellaneous Hardware.

The applicator can be installed on most round balers with the proper installation kit.

Before installing the unit on the baler, make sure you have the proper installation kit.

installation kit contact your dealership for specifications.

For your convenience we have included a parts break down for the model 446 applicator.

If something goes wrong, bring this manual into the dealership so they can order the correct parts for you.

Ordering the correct part number is very important.

It will save you time, money, and your crop.TOOLS NEEDED Standard wrench set

Standard socket set

Standard screw driver

Side cutter

Hose cutter

Crescent wrench

Metal drilling and cutting tools

Center Punch INSTALLATION KIT REFERENCE CHART

4INSTALLATION OF APPLICATOR BRACKETS, TANK, AND REACH RODS Install kit 4483B on John Deere 5,6 AND 7 series round balers & 4516B on John Deere 8 series against the tongues intersection with the balers e.

Replace each of thesbolts into front holes.

Fourth, onger bolts.

Lastly, tighten down bramay flex when tightening down bolts because some hitches are welded at different angles.

Install the secured with the 1/2 X 1 1/front of the mounting bracket.

Tighten down and secure all hardware.

Figure 1 5 2002 & older), Agco, Hesston, Challenger, Massey Ferguson and the bracket with any existing holes, drwill be secured with 4 1/2 bolts.

RODS MAY HAVE TO BE BENT ON THE TAB TO ALIGN PROPERLY.Install kit 4486B on New Hollahere it joins the hitch he tank will face towards the baler when installation in complete.

ON THE TAB TO ALIGN PROPERLY.Figure 1 Figure 2

62.INSTALLATION OF PUMP PLATE

A.

ALL INSTALL KITS

The U shaped bracket (001-4647) will already be attached to the saddle as shown in Figure 1.

s to the U shaped bracket (001-4647)four 3/8 x 3/4 flange head bolts.

Processor and pump heads must be pointing down.

Failure to assembly in this specified direction will void all warranty of the Baler Mounted Processor Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 chart below.

If your U bolts John Deere 8 series nozzle holder Locate the four flange head bolts (figure 1) where the baler hitch bolts to the baler frame.

For 5 foot wide balers remove the two outside bolts and install the nozzle holder as shown using two M12 x 45 flange bolts and nuts.

For 4 foot wide balers install the 001-4703NS spacers between the baler and the 001-4703R and install the nozzle holder as shown using two M12 x 45 flange bolts and nuts.

These spacers will move the nozzle holder down and away from the twine arms.

Tighten the nozzle holder hardware.

Install the center nozzle tube slightly off center to avoid the roller baffle stop.

The two remaining nozzle tubes, will mount one inch in from each end.

Do not fully tighten.

Lift the roller baffle and position the end of the nozzle tubes to be just above the baffle when lifted to its highest point.

Tighten the nozzle tubes to the nozzle holder.

(Use elbow fitting) CENTER (Use 2-way (Use 2-way fitting) 48 12 from left Center 12 from right 60

14 from left Center 14 from right 72

15 from left Center 15 from
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