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Conus Tines & Sleeves - Skid Steer & Tractor - Berlon Industries

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Model: C1T-324

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DESCRIPTION-

Conus Tines

This Conus Tines from Berlon comes in a variety of options to help customize your attachment. Tines must be kept tight (between 485 and 500 ft./lbs.) and tightened regularly. The tines will not be covered under warranty if they break by the nut, which is an indication they were not kept tight. The small end of the sleeve is counter-sunk for nut. It is made in the USA with guaranteed quality. 

FEATURES

  • 4-sided tapered tine design enables tines to slip into and retract from dense bales easily
  • Small end of sleeve is counter-sunk for nut
  • Price for only one conus tine & sleeve

SETUP

When moving round bales, a Conus II 44” or 49” tine is typically used on the top depending on how thick the bale is. Remember, the diameter is not the thickness of the bale.  

For the bottom tines it is important to be asked whether or not the customer/operator will be using this carriage to dump bales into a Bale Feeder, TubGrinder, or TMR mixer. If so, it is mandatory that (2) Conus I 40” tines are used as stabilizers. When moving or stacking bales, the Conus I 32.4” may be used as stabilizers. 

When moving square bales, (3) Conus I 32.4” tines are adequate to pick up two bales at a time. Normally all three tines are located across the bottom of the carriage. Remember that 32.4” is the overall length of the tine including the threads.

The Conus I 40” tines used for square bales are typically too long. They may stick through the side of the bale and put holes in things such as sheds, barns, semi, or wagon tires.

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