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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

8R36 7200 JD finger pickup

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Arnold Layne

12-13-2012 08:17:15




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I am shopping for this planter, is it going to be a hard model to find? I need to go to 8 rows and I would like to go with a pull type to stay with a smaller tractor, would like to stay with a finger pickup so I can use up my 6R36 7100 for parts. Any thoughts?




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dboll

12-17-2012 05:34:18




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 Re: 8R36 7200 JD finger pickup in reply to Arnold Layne, 12-13-2012 08:17:15  
where's the 7100 at, I'd like to find one to make a no-till soybean planter out of it



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dboll

12-15-2012 19:54:17




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 Re: 8R36 7200 JD finger pickup in reply to Arnold Layne, 12-13-2012 08:17:15  
I thought that when I went from a 4 row 7000 to an 8 row. I decided that I could buy alot of parts for the 8 row with what I got by sellig the 4 row.



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JMS/.MN

12-16-2012 21:49:08




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 Re: 8R36 7200 JD finger pickup in reply to dboll, 12-15-2012 19:54:17  
I would agree-- especially when switching to a newer series. What's worn on the newer 7200 is likely to be shot on the older 7000, if it even was the same to start with. Still plenty of interest from farmers who want to move UP to a 7000, even if they've been the standard since 1974.



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IaGary

12-13-2012 16:35:38




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 Re: 8R36 7200 JD finger pickup in reply to Arnold Layne, 12-13-2012 08:17:15  
Check out Tractorhouse on the internet.

There are 4-8 row wide 7200"s on there right now.

2 in Mn, one in Ne and one in In.

Probably others on web sites as well, such as Ironsearch.

Gary



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Arnold Layne

12-14-2012 05:30:09




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 Re: 8R36 7200 JD finger pickup in reply to IaGary, 12-13-2012 16:35:38  
I could only find the one in Glencoe MN? A couple vacuum models in NE.



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Mike neia

12-13-2012 15:40:25




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 Re: 8R36 7200 JD finger pickup in reply to Arnold Layne, 12-13-2012 08:17:15  
If you want to use a 7100 for parts you would be better off to find a 7000.



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