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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

John Deere 567

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reid1650

06-17-2012 22:00:07
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I am looking at trading my Vermeer 605M with all new belts, a few new bearings and chains pretty much straight up for a JD 567. I have a hesston 1320 discbine to throw in as well. Do you think im crazy to think they would trade me with no difference? What do you guys think about JD 567's? Problem areas? Thanks guys




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Roy Ward

06-18-2012 06:34:16
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 Re: John Deere 567 in reply to reid1650, 06-17-2012 22:00:07  
I don't think anybody in Texas would go for the deal, they are few and far between around here. As far as the 567 it's a very good baler, I think it's one of the best. The only problem I have had is the gate cylinders leaking. JD fixed that in the new cylinder kit. There was one seal on the ram that was made of bad material and they changed that.



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Tx Jim

06-18-2012 03:43:54
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 Re: John Deere 567 in reply to Indiana Ken, 06-17-2012 22:00:07  
JDseller

One doesn't see hardly any Vermeer balers in the field down here in Texas either.



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JDseller

06-17-2012 22:48:10
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 Re: John Deere 567 in reply to reid1650, 06-17-2012 22:00:07  
I would be real surprised if you could even trade both for the JD 567. It is a much more valuable baler than the Vermeer 605M. Plus yours must have a lot of bales through it to have needed all new belts.

The features in the monitor make a big different too. The JD monitor lets you do a lot of different thing right from the cab. The Vermeer monitor does not.

I just looked at book value the JD has a $10,000 higher loan value than the Vermeer. That an it really depends on where you live if the Vermeer has much of a resale. Here around Dubuque you have a real hard time selling Vermeer balers. If you do get one sold you will have to have been real cheap.

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JMS/.MN

06-17-2012 22:27:26
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 Re: John Deere 567 in reply to reid1650, 06-17-2012 22:00:07  
Unless dealers have a ready market for multiple trade-ins, they"re not likely to go for it. Better to sell one outright. Sometimes, both.



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