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Re: 7000 planter

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Dave H (MI)

04-12-2014 07:50:03

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Is it me or is the tongue about 12 degrees out of level? I am pretty sure the JD 7000 could do or was no till. I have an IH Cyclo 800 so someone else will have to say for sure. May be as simple as adding trash removal coulters on the front side? I looked at them pretty extensively but ended up with the IH and don't recall now.

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04-12-2014 09:52:49

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 Re: 7000 planter in reply to Dave H (MI), 04-12-2014 07:50:03  
thanks for your reply, I currently have a IH 400 cyclo which works but its not accurate, I think because of the long seed tube that the seed has to travel is about 5 feet long makes the seed spacing not accurate? I'm looking for a planter that is more accurate.

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the flying belgian

04-12-2014 17:19:16

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 Re: 7000 planter in reply to Dayong, 04-12-2014 09:52:49  
I planted many years with a IH 400. You can get them to plant accurate but you have to drive slow. And I mean slow. Think about it. If you drive 1 mph. there would only be one seed in that 5 ft hose at a time so it would be completely accurate.

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Dave H (MI)

04-12-2014 13:58:59

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 Re: 7000 planter in reply to Dayong, 04-12-2014 09:52:49  
From what I hear of the 400's I don't think they had all the bugs worked out yet.

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04-12-2014 20:24:28

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 Re: 7000 planter in reply to Dave H (MI), 04-12-2014 13:58:59  
I have run a 400 six row narrow with dry fert. since 85. No problems on spacing. Good planter even without a monitor. Upgraded to a 800 Cyclo this year. Follow the instructions in the book and they are a good simple machine.

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