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John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures

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greenmachine

11-14-2011 12:52:17
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First combine I bought new, would like to see all of your pictures! We ran a 343 corn head and a 213 flex, did a nice job, it was a diesel.. Sometimes it nice to go down memory lane!




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40 JD G

11-15-2011 20:20:52
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to greenmachine, 11-14-2011 12:52:17  












Here are a couple pics of our 3300 and our early 45 round back

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Moline_guy

11-16-2011 19:04:35
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to 40 JD G, 11-15-2011 20:20:52  
Nice, well kept machinery.



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greenmachine

11-16-2011 06:49:32
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to 40 JD G, 11-15-2011 20:20:52  
That 3300 must have pretty low hours, looks clean!



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40 JD G

11-16-2011 19:44:06
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to greenmachine, 11-16-2011 06:49:32  
It is a nice original rite at 2000 hours on it



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greenmachine

11-17-2011 10:31:52
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to 40 JD G, 11-16-2011 19:44:06  
If you have anymore picture of it that would be great, you can always email them to me! Is it a diesel? info@ forestcityautobody . com



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Nutsaboutcombines

11-15-2011 21:31:54
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to 40 JD G, 11-15-2011 20:20:52  
40 JD, those are superb pictures! I also love that little 45, too. The 3300 looks like a 1975 model.



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55 50 Ron

11-15-2011 21:13:12
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to 40 JD G, 11-15-2011 20:20:52  
Very nice photos. What are you using to get up higher for this picture? Also what part of the world is this?



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40 JD G

11-15-2011 21:15:23
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to 55 50 Ron, 11-15-2011 21:13:12  
I was standing on the 3300. Located in northeast Nebraska



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Nutsaboutcombines

11-15-2011 10:45:37
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to greenmachine, 11-14-2011 12:52:17  
Shoot!
I was expecting to see some pictures of a John Deere 3300!



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greenmachine

11-15-2011 15:06:16
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to Nutsaboutcombines, 11-15-2011 10:45:37  
I didnt really take any pictures of it when I had it all of 4 years. Traded to a 4400, then a 6620ll, then a 6620 Side Hill, then a 9500, 9600, and now a 9660.. All brand new, I do have pictures of the newer ones,but that doesnt really excite me, they are all over this area.. Kinda miss the good old days!



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Nutsaboutcombines

11-15-2011 17:15:23
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to greenmachine, 11-15-2011 15:06:16  
Wow! You've had most all of the smaller ones. I'm surprised to see you quantum leap from a 6620 II, to a 9600 or even that 9500, rather than the 7720-sized 9400. It really sucks that none of the manufacturers even offer a truly small combine anymore. I'm not even talking about a tiny one like a 3300. I'm talking a 6600/6620-sized combine.



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greenmachine

11-15-2011 20:03:50
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to Nutsaboutcombines, 11-15-2011 17:15:23  
Like everything else, got bigger heads. Had a 6 row on both 6620's, want to stay 6 so went with a 9500.. Everyone was saying a 9400 was to small at the time, this was fall of 1988.. Would of been fine w/ a 9400 afterall. Went from the 9500 to a 9600 when I went to 20 inch rows and wanted to run a 12 row head. Still run 12 20's, going to an 18 row 20 next year along w/ a new 9870, one the of the last ones ordered. Probably be my last new combine. My tractor purchases were about the same, but I kept them a bit longer and still have my first brand new tractor bought, a 1973 JD 4230 Quad,diesel w/ cab.. Cant find it in me to buy a brand new tractor, last one new was my 8300. No plans to buy anything new at this point.

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Nutsaboutcombines

11-15-2011 20:14:01
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to greenmachine, 11-15-2011 20:03:50  
Actually, a 9500 can handle an 8 row with great ease. The 9600 is good with a 12 row.



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NW MO Poppers

11-16-2011 17:54:33
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to Nutsaboutcombines, 11-15-2011 20:14:01  
The "handling with ease" depends on the amount/slope of hills you have. Our 9500 sidehill wasn't all that proud of us when we switched to 8 row heads. Neighbor did the same with a ll 9500, it was slow going for him... Location. location, location :)



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Nutsaboutcombines

11-17-2011 11:47:58
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 Re: John Deere 3300 Combine Pictures in reply to NW MO Poppers, 11-16-2011 17:54:33  
Gotcha. I was thinking more of the combine's own power and structural strength, not the terrain.



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