Kuhn i bio

hally

Member
Location
cumbria
In fact just had a look and a 6130r is 300kg heavier than the old 6920s which used to be the main go to tractor around here for the contractor lads. However I am not really a contractor just do a few neighbours so a big tractor that won’t fit on my feeder in the winter is not an option here.
 

Boohoo

Member
Location
Newtownabbey
First Fusion I used was on a NH 8160 that had been turboed and adjusted to 155hp but it wasn't a heavy tractor. Had it on a TS115 at times too. Its current owner has it on a Fiat 110/90 so you can get away with less weight and power than most have.
 

hally

Member
Location
cumbria
Just sweeping out the machinery shed and under the dust this is my Kuhn IBio. Fully Isobus compliant in that either of my JDs can use it via tractor control screen so no need for Baler monitor in the cab. Worked on the MFs I had too.
That baler and the shed is a credit to you ?
 

Galcam

Member
Tks Hally, cold wet wintery day here after 7 weeks of great weather so I thought I’d sweep up and tidy things. Collected my new Conor Muck spreader and dropped of my old Abbey at the dealership so I made myself busy.
 

Dag Viking

New Member
James I pulled them initially with a TS115 and later a NH 6030 and that was on hilly and wet ground.
Hey Galcam. I have a Bio on my ts115 works fantastic together :) But i am wondering if you have a good solution on the hydraulics... I'm using a peace of wood for keeping the lever in position and the return is connected to the filling hole with a bale rope.
 

Galcam

Member
Dag Viking mine was connected properly with a load sensing line, free flow return as the port is there just to put a coupler in it and oil feed from the pump. I also had mine switch off the PTO. I suppose your TS115 can be plumbed likewise. I assume your constantly pumping oil to the Baler hence the block of wood! Chat your local fitter he will know what to do. Good luck!
 

Dag Viking

New Member
Dag Viking mine was connected properly with a load sensing line, free flow return as the port is there just to put a coupler in it and oil feed from the pump. I also had mine switch off the PTO. I suppose your TS115 can be plumbed likewise. I assume your constantly pumping oil to the Baler hence the block of wood! Chat your local fitter he will know what to do. Good luck!
Thank you! That is just what i needed to hear(y). Yes, all the oil is free flowing through the baler now, so I have no hydraulic unless i remove the block of wood:ROFLMAO:
 
Dag Viking mine was connected properly with a load sensing line, free flow return as the port is there just to put a coupler in it and oil feed from the pump. I also had mine switch off the PTO. I suppose your TS115 can be plumbed likewise. I assume your constantly pumping oil to the Baler hence the block of wood! Chat your local fitter he will know what to do. Good luck!
I don't suppose u could post a picture of where the load sensing line goes into the valve block of the baler. We are trying to put load sensing on a vicon bw1850 and I'm hoping ur valve block may be similar.
 

Carbon Week - 1 to 5 March.

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Carbon Week

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