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Re: 620s and 630s

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Gene Hillman

12-26-2012 13:07:28

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I love these old 2 cylinders but is there a reason why you are selecting these tractors for that job? The newest of these are 52 years old and in good condition they can sell pretty high.

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12-26-2012 14:34:23

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 Re: 620s and 630s in reply to Gene Hillman, 12-26-2012 13:07:28  
I was told these a real simple tractors to work on and it will be 275 miles away. It will also be a 2nd tractor for my hunting property.

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12-26-2012 17:32:40

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 Re: 620s and 630s in reply to RMOMN, 12-26-2012 14:34:23  
Do you have any experience with the two cylinders? Or driving with a hand clutch? What are you going to be using the tractor for? Is your hunting property like mine where it is very hilly? I think for a food plot I would want an early new gen like a 2020 or something that is low to the ground. Now if the 630 is a wide front that would help but it's probably a narrow front tractor.. If it is a wide front and nice u could buy a smaller jd or Massey or any other low center of gravity tractor and implements and still be at some cost if the jd... That being said we have a 730 and I love using it on the farm.. If u truley want a two cylinder then go for it but there are probably better options out there for u...

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12-26-2012 18:03:00

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 Re: 620s and 630s in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-26-2012 17:32:40  
I have a Farmall H right now and I do want something that can pull a 3/16 plow and will handle my tandem 7' disk and not work the tractor so hard. I have a friend that collects JD 2 cylinders and recommended the JD 620,2520 or Farmall 706. My land is pretty flat.

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