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Re: What is the difference between a 8300 and 8350 wheat ...

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Tx Jim

10-04-2012 03:50:20

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JDseller nailed it. Since bag fertilizer is so much higher than bulk I'd opt for the 8300 so it would hold more seed per ft of box.

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Ralph Bauer

10-04-2012 05:35:05

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 Re: What is the difference between a 8300 and 8350 wheat ... in reply to Tx Jim, 10-04-2012 03:50:20  
Thanks to you, too, Jim. The 8350 is a 10 inch, the 8300 is a 8 inch model... was looking to replace my old 1600, 10", with a 8 or 7.5 ... IF I find one to my liking....

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Bob Bancroft

10-04-2012 16:56:39

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 Re: What is the difference between a 8300 and 8350 wheat ... in reply to Ralph Bauer, 10-04-2012 05:35:05  
If you look closely in the rear box, you should be able to see a little bit of the "tractor wheels" that feed the fert. out. There should also be a gearbox on each rear corner of the drill, and some extra shafting, sprockets, and chain in front, but that's hard to identify. The divider between the boxes is removable, and can be installed in two positions- max. fert, or, max. seed. I still use mine. In fact finished planting wheat Sep. 24 with it. But I am ready for bigger/newer. But I don't know what to do. I don't want another end wheel drill. And I don't need or want the monstrous JD no-till drill. I'd like something in between.

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