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John Deere 237 corn picker

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Ethan Vander Wal

01-20-2011 20:21:45
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Hi, i am looking at a 237 picker with mounting brackets to fit a JD A. I was wondering if any of you guys would know what other JD tractors this would fit on with the A brackets. Im also looking for either a 227 or 237 picker in good condition near South Dakota.
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tomstractorsandtoys

01-21-2011 15:27:47
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 Re: John Deere 237 corn picker in reply to Ethan Vander Wal, 01-20-2011 20:21:45  
There is not a huge difference in the mounting brackets for 237 pickers. If yours is on an A it should fit all 60,620,630,70,720,730 tractors. An operaters manuel gives clear directions for mounting. Most of the brackets are adjustable t fit different tractors. The new generations are slightly different but I think that the 2cyc brackets can be adapted. On new generation tractors you should move the row unit toggle mountings side to side to narrow the picker up. They need to be in the wide spacing for two cyc tractors. We still pick some ear corn each fall with a 237 on a 2510.

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ethanv57

01-21-2011 11:33:53
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 Re: John Deere 237 corn picker in reply to Ethan Vander Wal, 01-20-2011 20:21:45  
Thanks!



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NW MO Poppers

01-21-2011 10:50:17
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 Re: John Deere 237 corn picker in reply to Ethan Vander Wal, 01-20-2011 20:21:45  
long green line man is correct. It will fit any Deere tractor with only minor adjustments. Putting it on another brand tractor could lead to manufacturing brackets and such, as those parts are long obsolete. I bought my 237 from a gentleman who had it on a 4010, and I ran it on a 70 Diesel.



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long green line man

01-21-2011 06:28:39
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 Re: John Deere 237 corn picker in reply to Ethan Vander Wal, 01-20-2011 20:21:45  
237 Pickers came with & used a fully ajustable, Universal mounting, it fit 40 diff. tractors; seven diff. makes.. It used a standard 8" stoke hyd. cyl. to lift & lower picker.. Early 227 pickers used individual mounts for diff. styles for tractors & a rockshaft lift... late 227 used same universal mounts as 237...



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Fixerupper

01-21-2011 05:30:25
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 Re: John Deere 237 corn picker in reply to Ethan Vander Wal, 01-20-2011 20:21:45  
Oh man, it's been a few years, but it'll fit a 60-620-630 for sure. Lift brackets will be different for the 620-630 because they have a 3 point hitch instead of the square rock shaft. Jim



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Bradley K

01-21-2011 14:45:41
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 Re: John Deere 237 corn picker in reply to Fixerupper, 01-21-2011 05:30:25  
Actually, the lift shouldn't matter. The 237 uses a hydraulic cylinder, different than the 227 which uses the rockshaft.



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