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Have a br780a and would like to know how to increase twine on ends of bale. Only doing one middle does fine

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I think your problem is your density is set wrong Im not aware this thing can put more than one turn on a bale , if your bales are falling apart on ends yep ya gotta increase your density valve a bit more , Iv'e had to change mine from Morn to afternoon cus the grass dries out more in afternoon , it's usually not a one and done deal sorry , i do think yours can take net as well did ya consider that , ya just gotta take it completly off before the darn cows get it or ya need a visit from the vet !!

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