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Re: WOULD A D21 BE A GOOD FARM TRACTOR

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Ted Buisker

05-11-1998 16:59:23




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: i seen a D21 for sale with a cab it is $5000 im starting my own farm and was wondering if this is a good tractor to farm with is it a row crop will it pull a 21 foot disk and 21 foot field cultivator or a 6 row planter that is some stuff it needs to be able to pull im starting out from nothing and i need a good tractor im looking at these because there cheaper than john deere any help would be great

The D-21 shouldn't have much trouble with the disc, or field cultivator. As to row crop, it's dependent on row width, and how this particular tractor is equiped with tires. Many of the d-21's came with 24.5 - 32 rear tires, and that could be a problem with narrow rows. If it is equiped with 18.4 - 34's or 38's you will probably need a set of duals to pull your tillage equipment. At any rate these are considered as row crop tractor with the narrower wheels, because the wide front is adjustable on them. If the width of the rear tires is OK, the price sounds fair if it's in reasonably good shape.

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Ewell Tucker

07-25-1999 19:48:24




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 Re: Re: WOULD A D21 BE A GOOD FARM TRACTOR in reply to Ted Buisker, 05-11-1998 16:59:23  

: : i seen a D21 for sale with a cab it is $5000 im starting my own farm and was wondering if this is a good tractor to farm with is it a row crop will it pull a 21 foot disk and 21 foot field cultivator or a 6 row planter that is some stuff it needs to be able to pull im starting out from nothing and i need a good tractor im looking at these because there cheaper than john deere any help would be great

: The D-21 shouldn't have much trouble with the disc, or field cultivator. As to row crop, it's dependent on row width, and how this particular tractor is equiped with tires. Many of the d-21's came with 24.5 - 32 rear tires, and that could be a problem with narrow rows. If it is equiped with 18.4 - 34's or 38's you will probably need a set of duals to pull your tillage equipment. At any rate these are considered as row crop tractor with the narrower wheels, because the wide front is adjustable on them. If the width of the rear tires is OK, the price sounds fair if it's in reasonably good shape.

I put a set of 24.5x32 tires on a customers D21 for 650 dollars each in the 24.5x32 tire. He likes the tractor and uses it for land leveling.

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troy

05-11-1998 18:23:52




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 Re: Re: WOULD A D21 BE A GOOD FARM TRACTOR in reply to Ted Buisker, 05-11-1998 16:59:23  

thanks for the answers you have been a lot of help starting out you want a good tractor thanks



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