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1 BOB Q 32489 104 Corn Planter either
Corn Planter
Getting ready:

Randy and Russ are moving the planter they bought in Alabama
to the machine shed to get it ready for spring.:-)


Bob Q
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Maybe they should also make the tractor ready for the
spring. The rear tires could use a bit more air i think...
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could be that the implement is a bit too heavy for that size
of tractor.
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Arno and Joe

The planter just got here and we were moving it to the
machine shed. That is where Russ and Randy will put the
lift assist wheels back on. It was all that the tractor
could handle getting it moved.

Heavy load with out help.:-\
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I was wondering about those lift assist wheels Bob. We own a
12-row (30ā€) 7100 and it has two lift assist wheels plumbed
into the hydraulics such that thay are activated by the
rockshaft lever. Iā€™m sure that is probably the way this one
is. We pull ours with a 4440 with duals which distributes
the weight better and keeps the unit running much straighter
in the field...especially with the diff. lock engaged. Some
people say that is too much load for a 4440 but ours handles
it (and the 300 gallon nose tank) with ease. Love that 4630
by the way. We traded ours for an 8630 in about ā€™77. Good
luck this Spring and post more pictures when you get them.
Later,
John
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Deze banden hebben inderdaatb meer luchtdruk
nodig,diagonaalbanden zoals deze gaan snel stuk wanneer je
de min. druk niet respecreert .Radiaalbanden daarintegen
geven bij een lage druk mooie uitbuiking aan de zijflanken.
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