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Re: Info on pull-type John deere combines? - 96, 106, 6601

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Nathaniel Watts

12-28-2013 17:43:44

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I saw that rig and talked to the owner quite a bit and the half century show in August. They could handle any 443, 444, or 543 corn heads. No special design just for them. The direct cut heads would be another story. I do know that you can use a 3 row narrow on a JD 96. It would be an interesting rig for sure. The owner of that 7721 said the 4620 pulling it had no problem power wise for any conditions. He said on moderately rolling ground it was also plenty of tractor. BTW the 7721 was also for sale too.

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coonie minnie

12-29-2013 11:58:47

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 Re: Info on pull-type John deere combines? - 96, 106, 6601 in reply to Nathaniel Watts, 12-28-2013 17:43:44  
A 3 row on a 96 would take some significant re-engineering.

The simplest route would involve a 95 quick tach. You have to redo the head lift, as a 96 used cylinders not under the feederhouse, but off to the side, off the right axle.

The right axle may need to be narrowed, as the wheel base may be too wide to clear the corn.

The tongue MAY work, but they were non adjustable on a 96, and just cleared the platform- which had the feederhouse on one end.

If you saw a 96 with a 3 row, or any row, it was not a factory deal... and it wasn't simple to set up, either.

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