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Re: Info on pull-type John deere combines? - 96, 106, 6601
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I have a 4430 open station, so power is there. I may buy a late 4630 for cheap hp sometime soon. You're probably right that it'd be more difficult on contours as you'd have to adjust the hitch depending on uphill or downhill.
It's less of a Need and more of a Want. Something to take to a thresheree, but also something to do a little harvest. This is hay/corn/soybean country. One has no problem finding someone to cut corn or soybeans, but finding someone to cut oats or wheat is a PITA.
I had a Gleaner m2 and wouldn't mind finding a rig like that again, but no one turns their head when driving by a Gleaner in the field.
Whether it ever happens is anybodies guess, but I'd go for the 7721 if I did it.
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