I'm headed to a consignment auction in a couple of days. Looking at JD 7000 planters and they have a few. I'm not too worried about plate or plateless, although would one be better for milo than another?
My real question is that one of the planters is advertised as a 7000 no-till. Is it the same as a regular unit with coulters on it? Can coulters be added to any 7000 to make it work as a no-till? I would have assumed that the no-till version would have a different model number. That's what makes me think that they have just added coulters to a plain old 7000.
Re: 7000 planter questions in reply to notjustair, 12-30-2013 19:27:31
Plan on $159 per hole to put kinze coulters with13 wave wheels on a standard 7000. Another 10 bucks per for the large down pressure springs. Expect to pay north of 2000 for a 4Row wide model They have gone up 100% in the last 7 years.
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