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Re: JD 1209

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02-23-2013 06:20:39

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I guess I am late to the discussion but here goes. I think at the serial number break Tx Jim mentioned Deere also improved the knife bar head assembly. I also believe this happened fairly early in the production run so there were many model years made with the improvement. They were made from the early 1970's (1971?) through 1983. They were one of those products that showed up on a variety of farms regardless of the brand of tractor there along with the 336 baler and 7000 planter back then. As many 1209's back in the day around here as there were NH or Hesston's.

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02-23-2013 06:34:53

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 Re: JD 1209 in reply to NY 986, 02-23-2013 06:20:39  
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I think you're correct on the updated knife head but I would have thought those old type ball joint heads had gone to China by now.

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02-23-2013 10:08:16

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 Re: JD 1209 in reply to Tx Jim, 02-23-2013 06:34:53  
I thought the wobble mounts were different as well but I have only seen the newer assemblies. I wanted a brand new 1219 when they came out in 1984 but I was in college so we bought a used NH to save money.

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