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Deere mower conditioners/ Opinions

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09-13-2012 16:52:56

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Could someone tell me the model that replaced the 1219? I'm looking to update my 1209, and was wondering if I should just get something newer than a 1219. Or is the 1219, just as good as the "new" models. Are the 820s any good? They don't seem to bring anymore than the 1219s. Thanks. Rob

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Old Iowa

09-13-2012 20:53:26

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 Re: Deere mower conditioners/ Opinions in reply to ihr190, 09-13-2012 16:52:56  
The JD 820 was a lot better than a JD 1219 or JD 1209. They just got them to the market too late. The disk mowers had already taken the market over. Plus the JD 820 was about $1000 more than the NH 492. So JD did not sell many of the JD 820s.

The rolls are place lower on the JD 820 and that made a big difference in how the hay feed through them. Plus they had a much heavier tongue system on them.

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Karl in MD

09-14-2012 06:07:02

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 Re: Deere mower conditioners/ Opinions in reply to Old Iowa, 09-13-2012 20:53:26  
Watch out for parts availability on 820s. Everytime ours breaks, we end up getting stuff made at a machine shop. Quite a few parts are no longer available from Deere.

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