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7000 Fertilizer Openers Question

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nh8260

01-14-2022 19:46:22




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I found a guy with 4 good used fertilizer openers for a 7000 planter, i asked him how much he wanted and he asked what i would give for them, i have no clue, what would you guys offer? I need them for my planter but don't know the value of them.




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LonM

01-15-2022 17:33:18




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 Re: 7000 Fertilizer Openers Question in reply to nh8260, 01-14-2022 19:46:22  
I agree they're worth between $50 and $100 each, but only if the disks turn smoothly and are not worn down much. The hub and disk assembly is cheaper than just the hub by itself. Those have scrapers on the outsides of each disk, as well as a v-type scraper that goes between the disks as well (1 per row). Shoup sells new double disk opener assemblies, so it may be wise to compare the price of those to what you are looking at.

Lon

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Mark-Ia

01-15-2022 05:20:06




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 Re: 7000 Fertilizer Openers Question in reply to nh8260, 01-14-2022 19:46:22  
7000 is an old planter. Probably not much use to most people or value.



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NY 986

01-15-2022 06:33:22




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 Re: 7000 Fertilizer Openers Question in reply to Mark-Ia, 01-15-2022 05:20:06  
All kinds of use here in the East. Ones too poor to economically rehab for regular agriculture get broken down into two row 3 pt mount units to plant plots. I've even seen the Amish make them into 1 or 2 row pull behind units.



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NY 986

01-15-2022 00:06:12




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 Re: 7000 Fertilizer Openers Question in reply to nh8260, 01-14-2022 19:46:22  
15 years ago I paid 75 dollars per opener for 4 openers at an auction as the farmer converted to Yetter openers. As we all know the prices have gone up as of late so factor that in. Around here before things went up in price it would take you at least 2,000 dollars to buy a usable 7000 4 row. Ugly but usable.



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tomstractorsandtoys

01-14-2022 20:20:36




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 Re: 7000 Fertilizer Openers Question in reply to nh8260, 01-14-2022 19:46:22  
Between $50 and a $100 each. Lots of that stuff around. With some shopping $1500 will buy a usable 7000 planter here in WI. Tom



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