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04-06-2012 18:03:41

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Got the new planter ready yesterday and planted a small field this morning to get everything going. Everything worked good but wish the hydralics were a little faster

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Agri King

04-06-2012 19:48:04

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 Re: Started today in reply to JW, 04-06-2012 18:03:41  
That 1070 is very nice. Is that the nice one or is there a better one yet? I saw it listed, it looks to be worth it. Joe, if you don't already know, your hyd. pump needs to be in tip top shape and the relief in the remote valve needs to be at least 1900-2000 psi (warm oil) to lift your planter when it is loaded.

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04-06-2012 19:09:35

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 Re: Started today in reply to JW, 04-06-2012 18:03:41  
Nice looking 1070. Is it original or been repainted. Have 1975 with 3400 hours on that looks about the same.

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04-06-2012 19:38:21

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 Re: Started today in reply to NEcasepuller, 04-06-2012 19:09:35  
Its original, 78 model with 4750 hours

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04-06-2012 20:31:38

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 Re: Started today in reply to JW, 04-06-2012 19:38:21  
Looks same as one my son bought, same identical duals 78 model.

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