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

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12-29-2013 17:29:56
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When 4430"s and 7701"s were new, we did corn and soybeans with the 454 All Crop head. Fit right on the 7701 or 7721 or maybe even the 9501. Yes they made a 9501 too but I have only seen pics. Worked OK in corn but in beans it was a pain to keep on the row. When you turn to correct it gets further off before it gets back in line. Remember the pole is very long on those 3 pull types. Have not seen a 7701 around in years. Once in awhile a 7721. Lots of 914 IH pull types around still but going fast.

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12-30-2013 10:54:12
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 Re: Info on pull-type John deere combines? - 96, 106, 6601 in reply to Norton.nd, 12-29-2013 17:29:56  
These days, GPS, if you have it, would help with staying on the row. I remember seeing somewhere that Deere made less than 200 9501 combines, which is why they aren't seen.



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