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rosedale 107532 75 John Deere 9760STS either
John Deere 9760STS
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Re: John Deere 9760STS
it appears that they have the tires on backwards.....what is
the deal with that?
Re: John Deere 9760STS
Yes the tires do appear to be on backward but I don't know
why. I saw this combine in front of the local JD dealer so I
presume they want them that way. Or else they hired some new
guy to prep newly shipped machines and he put them on wrong.
Re: John Deere 9760STS
I think the reason the wheels look odd is because the
combine would usually have dual wheels but they must have
been removed for some reason - perhaps if loaded onto a low

Re: John Deere 9760STS
The reason why tires are backward is probably to use combine
in roads a lot. If you have to make a lot of km. in roads
moving from one field to another, you can put tires like
that, and them will last a lot more. Try and see...
Another reason could be to work in really complicated mud
fields. If you stuck the combine, you can move back and take
out it. If you have wheels straight, and you stuck the
combine, you don´t have other chance to pass...unless a huge
tractor pulls you.

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