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Re: Forage harvester suggestions

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10-07-2013 23:01:26

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Find another Deere dealer or learn to look up your own parts...
I agree with JDSeller. NH and Deere are about the only viable game in town anymore if you want parts support in a P/T forage harvester. Gehl made a good machine but good luck finding anything unless you want to drag every damn one of them home from all the local consignment auctions.
A Deere 3950 or 3970 would probably fit the bill depending on what kind of power you have to stick in front of it. Likewise a 790 or 900 NH would be the comparable models in their line. Even at that those are getting to be old machines today... I wouldn't go any older in either line personally.


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10-08-2013 02:33:17

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 Re: Forage harvester suggestions in reply to RodInNS, 10-07-2013 23:01:26  
New Holland still makes the 790 base unit. We sold one last year.

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10-08-2013 14:35:00

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 Re: Forage harvester suggestions in reply to RickB, 10-08-2013 02:33:17  
I'd heard they were still available. That kind of surprises me actually... I don't know how someone pencils that today when you look at the cash likely to be available to the average person who would want that size machine...


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