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oli 310561 307 JD 6920 and JD 6620 either
JD 6920 and JD 6620
Snowball's two John deere's 6920 and 6620 waiting for
harvest
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looks great
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nice deeres we have two a 6620 and 6420s great tractors to
drive are your deeres chiped heres my 6620 ;-)
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heres my 6420s new this feb not chiped yet will be soon ;-)
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no problem with heat?
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no they not been chipped yet might get 6920 chipped to about
190hp
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6620 n 6920 ready to go
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6920 backin into shed
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good luck then chipping any 20 series tractor will
invalidate your warranty if its a new tractor!doubt your 69
will last beyond 3000 hours if its opened upto 190hp +!
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ye maybe but we wont hav it after 3000hours
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Saying that "it will only last for 3000 hours" is total
crap;-) These tractors have been designed to take
200+horses. I know a guy who "un-chips" his tm175 when it
goes in for servicing so there is no probs with warantee;-)
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