#5 Galvanized Round Hook W/ Pin for Belting, Clipper Lacer

#5 Galvanized Round Hook W/ Pin for Belting

Clipper Lacer

Upper Belting Installation:

Install belt following
direction-of-travel arrow.
(End with 45-degree
corners and the least
number of hooks on the
trailing end. End with
square-cut corners on the
leading end.)
After threading a belt through the machine, pull
ends together. Insert connecting pin through the
lacing hooks making sure the hooks on both
ends alternate. (Leading end should have hooks
on both outside edges.)
Preparation — Before
Installation
Maintenance — After
PLEASE READ—A few minutes of your time can prevent premature belt failure and costly downtime.
Our baler belts are specially designed for large round balers. Special materials and quality
craftsmanship make Parts Country baler belts excellent replacement products that meet or exceed
O.E.M. requirements.
Leading End Trailing End
After inserting the connecting pin completely,
bend approximately 1/4-in (6.35mm) of the
straight end at a 90-degree angle to match the
other end.

Lacing Application:
Square the belt. This is done to assure true
tracking and straight, even tension on all
hooks, which will add to the life of the belt.
Determine the number of hooks to be used on
each side. There should be one more hook on
the threading end than the trailing end to ensure
an even joint.
The raised surface of the rough-top belts should
be trimmed off for maximum hook clinch.
Center the belt between hooks and hold down
flush on the retainer. Hooks are not to be laced
to the edge of the belt. About 1/4-in. on each belt
edge should be left unlaced for chamfering.
Chamfer the trailing end of the belt. This is the
end with one less hook. Cut the belt at a diagonal
1/16-in. from the end hook to the edge of the
belt. This prevents catching on conveyor guides
and allows bending of the connecting pin back
into the joint preventing migration.
Mesh the ends together and secure the connecting
pin. The pin should be cut slightly shorter than
the belt.
A properly compressed splice will have hooks
slightly compressed into the belt surface and
slightly clenched on the backside.

Endless Belt Installation:

After installing the new belts, decrease the belt
tension to about 60-70% of the normal baling
tension and run the PTO slow (less than half
normal speed). Watch the belts for tracking so
they don’t run up against any belt guides. This
will probably take some roller adjustments on the
baler. Adjust the rollers according to the baler
owners manual. Slowly increase the PTO speed
while watching the belts for tracking. Slowly
increase the belt tension to no more than 75% of
Endless Belt Installation Tip
normal baling tension. If the belts are running
properly, you can go to the field for baling. Start
baling at a reduced throttle speed to insure proper
installation and tracking of the new belts. Do not
increase the belt tension for increased bale density
until you have run at least 25 bales. This will
allow the belts to break in and conform to your
baler. Continue to monitor your belts daily and
make adjustments when necessary.

#5 Galvanized Round Hook W/ Pin for Belting, Clipper Lacer
  • Item #: 1701401
  • Manufacturer: A & I
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: 1701401
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