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Re: JD Seller and Tx Jim?'s

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Tech 7

01-20-2013 10:54:27
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Also not either of those guys but have had a lot of experience on JD round balers. The 500 series 7 or 8 and the 400 series 7or 8 are excellent machines. We see more 400's here as a lot of the hay will be trucked and the narrower bales are desired for this. Our dealership tried to market some non OEM belting a few years back. It wasn't a good value and I can only suggest to stay with original belting. As far as chains, I would agree that 60 chain and 80 chain will both likely wear at the same rate.

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 Re: JD Seller and Tx Jim?'s in reply to Tech 7, 01-20-2013 10:54:27  
What's the difference between the 467 & the 468. That was the question.



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 Re: JD Seller and Tx Jim?'s in reply to WAYNE-N-TX, 01-20-2013 12:41:28  

WAYNE-N-TX said: (quoted from post at 15:41:28 01/20/13) What's the difference between the 467 & the 468. That was the question.


I thought that was answered.

Roller in frt of pickup fingers on XX8

RC80 drive chain instead of RC60 on LH side on XX8

Larger chain sprockets to accommodate larger chains on XX8

Option for extra large tires for a smooooth ride on XX8

Shorter hay compression rods on the XX8 over the XX7
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 12:55:56 01/20/13.

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 Re: JD Seller and Tx Jim?'s in reply to Tx Jim, 01-20-2013 12:51:56  
I was asking Tech 7. You and I said the same thing. Tech 7 said we didn't know anything about balers. Went on to include the 5oo series and talked about belts they use to stock.

I don't care about what they stock or the price of eggs in China. He didn't answer the question.
Wayne



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