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What does the "W" stand for, Walker??
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Hello Dave,

You are correct. It means Walker Tine Seperator.

Lance
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I've never seen a 9000 series deere with the wts
designation. Is this new or what??
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Dave,

I guess it is new. I know there's 3 versions, the
CTS(Cylinder Tine Seperator), WTS(Walker Tine Seperator),
and of course the STS(Single Tine Seperator). Have a nice
day!

Lance:-)
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What make is the hopper extensions? Looks similar to what
Cat put on the lexions
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NO THESE ARE JOHN DEERE'S OWN HOPPER EXTENTIONS WITCH THEY
HAVE STARTED MAKING - THIS ONE WAS OUT OF THE FARMERS WEEKLY
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What capacity does it add to a 9650 compared to the old
style extensions. I have only seen the Crary hopper toppers
which can take a 9650 up to 320 bush.
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