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Re: JD 7000 planter vs 7200 planter

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11-05-2013 06:12:10
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I believe the main difference is the 7000/7100 are a mechanical planter (finger pick up or use a seed cup for smaller seeds). The 7200 is a vacuum planter.




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Mike Aylward

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 Re: JD 7000 planter vs 7200 planter in reply to rustyacres sd, 11-05-2013 06:12:10  
A 7000 planter could be had in a plate or plateless version. A 7200 could be had in these versions as well as the vacuum version. In the row units themselves you can adjust the closing wheel down pressure with a lever rather than the long bolt in the 7000 series planters. The closing wheel bushings in the 7200 are larger and are eccentric bushings to more easily allow aligning them with the seed trench. The 7200's also have disconnects on the drive wheels where the 7000's do not. The 7200's also have more sprocket combinations in the seed transmission and the chain is easier to change. While both are excellent planters the 7200's are much more user friendly and have heavier parts in some areas. They are a better planter than the 7000's, although they are still a very good and reliable planter. Mike

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