The Deere 1360 was very popular in my part of central NY when new. In some cases it was the only green piece of equipment on the farm. They still are popular on smaller farms and as backup machines and will bring about 3 or 4000 at auctions in nice shape. Parts are very expensive so condition is everything. My first discbine was a used Kuhn 300. After 2 years I replaced it with a used JD 1360. I found the JD to be a better balanced machine and built stronger in many areas. I still have my 1360 as a backup machine. The neighbor actually uses it much more than I do. It still works fine, I just didnt want to trust it as my main machine for 170 acres of hay.
Re: jd 1360 disc mower in reply to low budget, 02-19-2013 05:47:43
Header flotation is often not as good on the Deere's as the Kuhns. Deere used just enough different system to make it not work so good. It's kinda odd given the a large part of the Deere mower is Kuhn...
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