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    Default hay baler

    How many remotes are needed for a round hay baler?

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    Default Re: hay baler

    Depends on the baler, minimum one, generally most use two. You need one to open the gate, a second to operate the twin arms (or net wrap), unless it has electric twine tie, or a diverter valve to do both twin and gate functions. Some larger balers with a hydraulic lift pickup require a third valve to lift the pickup.
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    Mine uses one for the tailgate .... the twine is electric.
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