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Edwin 168091 75 John Deere 6620 side hill either
John Deere 6620 side hill
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Re: John Deere 6620 side hill
Another picture.

Re: John Deere 6620 side hill
Edwin, I think these are 22's (6622 "Hillside" ). The "side
hill " was used in areas of the midwest like around the
Missouri River where there are steep rolling corn growing
areas. They had could level up to about 22% I think and the
leveller was also used on Euro Deeres - those are shown in
your previous pics. The leveller was more like an add on to
existing axle which modern hillside levellers are today.
These have wide Hillside axles used in the Pacific Northwest
and are a much heavier built mechanism. and the rear wheels
tilt with the levelling and are a large diameter. Few people
know the difference between sidehill and hillside since the
names are very similar. A dealer here had 2 sidehills. I
don't know what ever happened to them. they may have gone
to one of the areas that has low hills. Nice Pics. Thanks
for posting them.
Re: John Deere 6620 side hill
Just have to add that I like the second pic in particular as
it is near the Washington-Idaho border south of Spokane WA
where I used to drive many times. The mountain in the rear
has a white radar installation at the top which is about
were the state line is. Many hills have a somewhat lower
height and are a little gentler slope. A beautiful area with
mountains in the background and lakes nearby.
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