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Hi tractor model is a McCormick MC 95,when he attaches his Kvernland round bale rapper,the ram which controls the cutting and holding the wrap PAUL....

The ram which cuts and holds the wrap for next bale,will not return??.The rams return is completed by a heavy duty spring!.Since changing tractor to a McCormick MC 95,this problem has arose??. Any help appreciated!!

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