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Re: JD 45 question- Front wheel tread spacing

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Weldon K

10-13-2012 03:36:38
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Combine has a 234 head on it. I saw manual for the head and it stated 40 inch row. Were there other two row heads that were for narrower rows? My corn is planted on 36 inches. The owner had his planter set at 38 inches and had no problem . Will my 36 inch rows be a problem ?




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DeltaRed

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 Re: JD 45 question- Front wheel tread spacing in reply to Weldon K, 10-13-2012 03:36:38  
Measure your head to be sure...That said,in your 36" rows,it will be tight-you will have no room for error,but it will work.Try it this year,see what happens.But I would suggest planting 38" rows if you plan on combineing your corn.Space the seed closer to maintain population.



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 Re: JD 45 question- Front wheel tread spacing in reply to Weldon K, 10-13-2012 03:36:38  
I think it will work on 36" rows but will be snug. Since it is a 45 you probably have smaller tires that a 55 would so you probably will be OK. If you continue to have corn to combine in the future you may want to consider spacing the planter for 38" rows or getting a 3-30" corn head and going to narrow rows.



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