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JD 7000 Planter

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02-02-2013 16:12:29

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Just purchased JD 7000 Planter installing new ware parts. I plant sweet corn for sale and would like advise on the proper settings for this planter I normally use a JD 2 row mounted planter Dont want to waste seed so any help would be welcomed

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02-03-2013 20:49:19

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 Re: JD 7000 Planter in reply to Donm7540, 02-02-2013 16:12:29  
At a minimum, heavy duty down springs on one side of each box, bullseye seed tubes, either steel furrow openers or 13 wave wheel coulters out front. Fill the pest boxes with sand. Monitor is nice but not necessary. Just check seed drop at start and level in box at end of first pass. I assume you plant four times 10 days apart? I use the plastic posts with steel tips to run my 3 wire electric coon and skunk fence. I have 4 steel wheel furrow openers left over. Email open

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02-02-2013 18:24:45

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 Re: JD 7000 Planter in reply to Donm7540, 02-02-2013 16:12:29  
Probably the best thing to do is get a book from the dealer, but have your serial # handy. I made the mistake of getting a 7000 book from the dealer without looking at the serial and I ended up with a book that showed sprocket combinations that didn't work on my planter. Jim

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02-02-2013 20:09:55

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 Re: JD 7000 Planter in reply to Fixerupper, 02-02-2013 18:24:45  
Sprockets were different, but ratios were the same......but yeah, good to check the serial number for the correct book. EX: early ones had a 7 tooth sprocket- later was a 14 in the same position. 16 went to a 32, etc.

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