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GS 280233 308 7210 with new tires + Duals either
7210 with new tires + Duals
The JD 7210 had very worn tires from 3600+ hours of
loaderwork on cement. This year we are using it for the
draghose so it needed new rubber for traction and duals. It
used to have 18.4R38 and 14.9R28 Firestone tires, now it has
20.8R38 and 16.9R28 Michelins. The duals are 20.8R38
firestones which we bought used in 2003. This is the third
tractor we are using them on. Tires are currently at 8 PSI
to carry the draghose reel. When I start planting corn the
tires will go down to 6 PSI.
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Did is onze JD 7210 die van het voorjaar nieuwe banden heeft
gekregen en nu ook dubbellucht. Er zaten vrij smalle 18.4R38
en 14.9R28 firestone banden onder die flink waren gesleten
van 3600 uur voermengwagen laden. Nu zitten er 20.8R38 en
16.9R28 Michelin agribibs onder en we hebben de oude
dubbellucht die we in 2003 gebruikt haddeb gekocht er nu ook
op. dit is de 3de trekker waar we deze dubbellucht mee
gebruiken.
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
The back, the inside tires are set to run in 30 inch rows.

De achterkant, de wielen van de trekker staan smal om tussen
de mais rijen te passen tijdens mais zaaien.
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Last one. Tonight I was spreading manure with the draghose
with this tractor. spread 102,000 imperial Gallons in 2.5
hours.

Laatste foto, deze avond was ik aan het stront rijden met
deze trekker met een sleepslang, in 2,5 uur meer dan 450
kuub uitgereden.
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Impressiv,nice size tires for that 7210.
how do you like that tractor by the way?
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Hey Gerard,

Nice Pics!! Looks like she is ready for another 3,600+ hours
of work!! Thats 40,800 gallons per hour. Imprssive!!

Thanks & Take care,

Will
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Those tires barely fit under the fenders, but they don't hit
anything. The tractor is from 2001 and has 5500 hours and
has been very reliable, no problems at all in the last 2000
hours. It was dynoed in the winter @ 120 PTO HP.
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Hoe breed bemesten jullie dan?
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Meestal rond de 12m het veld waar ik in bezig was was 68
hectare dus dat maakt het ook sneller.

Later when I ran with fewer supply hoses we were pumping
47,000 and sometimes even 49,000 Gallons per hour! Get
fields covered in a hurry. I did 170 acres @ 3500 Gallons/
acre for the most part and some less because there was
alfalfa last year. BTW the spacers are not on the 8120 yet
because it has to cultivate the fields first. Claussens is
seeding alfafla right now with their 8120 (with loader
frames) and flexicoil while my brother is cultivating with
our 8120 with the loader on it.
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Very sharp looking tractor, those new tires look very
agressive. I imagine the duals will stay on for planting?
Did you find you needed the 10-foot bucket on the front for
the extra weight or not?

Must look pretty impressive with both 8120's going. :-)

Thanks for the pics!
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
M'n baas rijdt met zijn 16.5 meter 350 kuub per 2 uur uit
:-). (als het goed gaat en hij genoeg aanvoer heeft).
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Hey Gerard,

Thanks alot for taking the time to post pics. I enjoy
seeing them.

Take care,

Will
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
Yeah definately need the 10ft bucket on the loader when
carrying 5 hoses on the large reel, but as soon as one is
removed i can get by without it. Still pretty light in the
front though.

Two 8120s was fun for a bit until a large cashcropper came
by to work the 100 acre farm across the road with a 9020
series tractor and 60ft cultivator and then with a 8420 with
a 60' wide, 36 row 20" planter with CCS. The tractor had 650
triples on the back!
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Re: 7210 with new tires + Duals
We also owned a 7210. It didn't break down too much. We used
it for hay moving, bale shredding, and boxscraping. It was
recently traded up for a 4955 because the 7210 didn't quite
have enough horsepower.
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