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Re: what models replaced the following combines...

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10-08-2012 13:26:21

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I'm no JD person when it comes to combines...I'm a Gleaner guy... but for a fast answer the 45/55/95/105 (adding to your list) were replaced by the 3300/4400/6600/7700 and that series was later updated to the 4420/6620/7720 (I think the 3300 was dropped somewhere along they way, not sure what year so no 3320). The JD guys will come along and add much more info. Mike

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10-08-2012 16:27:00

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 Re: what models replaced the following combines... in reply to Skyhighballoon(MO), 10-08-2012 13:26:21  
Thanks for the info, Kim :)

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10-08-2012 16:42:55

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 Re: what models replaced the following combines... in reply to greenize, 10-08-2012 16:27:00  
I am here to tell you that a 4400 wouldn't work with a good, tuned up 95. I have read where JD felt that the 3300 was a replacement for the 55, the 4400 for the 95, the 6600 for the 105 and the 7700 was just a larger capacity machine that was a new size altogether.

As to using one, a 4400 is over 30 years old, and the 55 is 40...but unless you find a 4400 that was hermetically sealed in a barn in 1976, you are going to have to work on both of them...the 55 is A LOT better machine to work on. And a 4400 gasser can't be kept cool unless its not running.

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