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white 6600 planter

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01-14-2020 07:10:12

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anyone have experience with one? its a 15 row on 15" spacing. seems like a pain to travel down the road with.

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01-15-2020 19:15:07

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 Re: white 6600 planter in reply to 4520bw, 01-14-2020 07:10:12  
Year before last my son tried out a 12-23 row white. Can't remember no. It was 3 pt. With lift assist wheels. Actually like two 12 row planters one behind the other. Both folded up the outer 3 rows. It was still almost 20 ft wide. By the time I got it folded out and filled with seed I could plant more with a 6-11 kinze. Also had a heavy hyd pump to mess with. I hated it!

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01-15-2020 15:35:15

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 Re: white 6600 planter in reply to 4520bw, 01-14-2020 07:10:12  
We have the 3pt version we added a foot to the one side for the transmission/gear planter settings Moved the markers to the front of the frame so they are not sticking out the extra couple of feet. Is one is on 18inch rows and 13or 15 rows would have to look to tell you the number of rows. We use it just for beans. It needs more seed capacity for it. Can only plant about 20-25 acres to the fill. Need to plant about 50 or a few more.

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