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aslomp 369255 308 John Deere 7600 either
John Deere 7600
John Deere 7600 mixing feed
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What is that euro 7600 doing in Canada? Where do you live?
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How can you tell if the tractor is European? We have a 7800 that came from there. There is a company out here that imports them.
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There are not to many differences. The signal lights are halfway down the cab posts instead of in the roof. They have brake lights. Mirrors are mounted on the cab posts, the American model has them on the side of the roof. That is all I can think of right now.
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Usually the fenders are larger than stock in the rear, usually a added peice of rubber for the over sized tires.
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You guys both point out good details, two of which I'm sure I would have forgotten, but you missed the biggest give-a-way, the first thing to notice. Location of the lights on the grill. NA models have them on the top, just like on 8000 Series, where as EU models have them in the center, like shown in the two pictures above, same as on the 7000SF models. This is due to the European roading requirements, same as on the TM series, due to their largely British Influence. New Holland tends to make most equipment outside of North America, and then adapt it for the North American market (minus the TJ and TV series) whereas Deere is for the most part American made, with some models adapted for the worldwide market.

aslomp, what make and model is your mixer? Looks like it's probably a Highline, or possibly a Peecon Baja? If it's the Highline, who's your dealer? Do you happen to remember Urs... forget how to spell his last name, I'll dig it out some time, he used to live in the Westlock area, had a pretty extensive dairy operation, complete with two-story milking parlor etc etc. He sold and moved to Hinton a couple years back, 4 or 5 maybe? Know he was friends with a number of the dairy guys around here, thought you might have been one of them. Deerline must be real happy with you guys! lol

-Josh
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@ Josh A,this are 00-series wich had the lights also in nord america at this spot,but the 10-series where diff.(in europe also down like the 00-series).
@aslomp,now i wonder,how many tractors are on this farm?
2x8000 series 2x7000series 2x Deutz?
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jdeere, well this I did not know. yes, i'll openly admit I don't know everything. :-D

I'm thinking he has a lot more than that though, so far I've seen 2x8030s, 1x8020, 2x7020LF and at least 2x7000 series.

-Josh
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The 8220 was traded in for the 8330. There is a 7520 with loader and a 7920 with loader, and the 7600. andthen the 2 Deutz.
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The mixer is a Peecon but they are sold here under the name Highline. It was bought brand new at a auction.
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okay,like the tires on that 7600. :-P
any pics from the 7520?
guess the 7920 on the airseeder is the loader tractor,but there is another 7?20 with the trailer there?
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@Josh A: Two-story milking parlor? How does that work?
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Sounds interesting....must have been a fairly big operation.
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jdeere, the 7920 on the airseeder is the one without the loader, and I'm assuming it is the neighbors or somebody's, as the 7020LF with the trailer (that's normally seen on the 8220 and 8330s) has the loader, so it must be the 7920 loader tractor he's talking about. you can also see the cab of either a 6020 or 7020SF in that picture. I'm assuming it's the 7520?



personally i like this picture of the tires on the 8330 best:

i'm thinking they are the same as on the 7030LF on order ;-)

aslomp doesn't really give much indication as to what's his and what's not, so it's left pretty much up to us to figure it out. :-\

Einachser - It's quite hard to explain... he milked between 300 and 400 head, with 250 beef cows. However, despite this size, he only had one barn for the entire Dairy part of the farm. Underneath the barn he had his underground slurry storage, milk storage, offices, and a small slaughter/meat packing area. I did a quick sketch of the top floor, its not to scale and I won't promise it to be totally accurate, but it's as much as I can remember right now. An areal shot would be great to have, I have thought of look it up on Google Earth, but it was too blurry to see much.

-Josh
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We share all of our field working equipment with the neighbor (my dad). The 7920 on the green trailer has the loader. The tractor on the gray trailer is a 6120.
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Most of the Deere 7400-7800 series I have seen has the lights in the middle. I can't remember seeing any wiht the lights on top of the grill like the 8020 series, not saying you are wrong Josh.
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@ PP all the 7?00 series had the lights inthe middel of the grill,but the large frame 10 series had it in the top but european models still like the 00-series.
@Josh A i did not look close enough but your rigth i see it now,good drawing ther from the barn.
PS.what brand of tires did you order?
@aslomp did you built a block heater in the 7600?
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Josh,
I like the 8330 very much.
Last November I was offered a demo with one. I didn't have any work for it, so I will have to try one later this year.
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aslomp, I think for the most part, as far as we're concerned, you can consider your dad's equipment yours, just to show the line up you guys have together. How do you like your 7920 as a loader tractor? I found the joystick to be a little awkwardly placed, but other than that no complaints from an operators standpoint.

Perkins Power, you're right, and so is jdeere, the '00 series all had the lights in the center, only with the Large Frame '10 series (7610, 7710, & 7810) in North America were the lights on the top of the grill. I didn't remember this with my initial post.

Jdeere, the tires I ordered were Michelins, about a $1,000 option to specify that brand. :-[

JCB3230, I do as well, I look forward to pictures from you then. :-)

-Josh
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The 7920 is a nice loader tractor, it has lots of power especially for packing a silage pile. We have had lots of front axel problems, the pivet bearing have been replaced 3 times and it only has 1900 hours on it:-\:-(
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Josh,they are worth the money :-[
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aslomp - Well that's not what I was hoping to hear, but thanks for being honest. I was hoping to finally get a loader tractor big enough to not have front axle problems. I'm assuming you have the heavier 1150 front axle with TLS?

Our TM125 has also had 3 front axle breaks, as well as numerous seals needing to be replaced after that. Attempted to limit these problems by purchasing a bale spear, takes off about 1600 lbs and brings the bale closer in, shortening the overall length and taking a lot of the load off, haven't had any problems since.

7710 has also had some front axle problems as well. But with all the other loaders in the yard, especially when the new tractor arrives, I'm thinking I'll probably park the loader on it (the 7710) for a long time.

jdeere, that's what i hear :-P
-Josh
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The 7920 does not have TLS. They have told us that the front tires are to big for a loader tractor (600 Michelin). My dad has a 7820 with loader but with narrower front tires and has never had a problem .
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Josh A. how do you like the air seeder with the cart behind the drill? We have a 30' John Deere but the cart is in between the tractor and drill. We are considering buying a new seeder but keeping the old cart, we would have to update the cart if we wanted to pull the cart last, but thats not a huge problem. We pull are cart with a Cat 85D. It seems that you could trail corners better with the cart in the middle, but i never planted with one like that so i was wondering your view point. Thanks.
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Nice airseeder pic :-)

Perkins Power; Most of the big broadacre airseeders that you see nowadays in this part of the world are like this pic, tow behind carts, as opposed to the old tow between carts that you used to see (like the Fusion airseeders).

I have never drilled with them but you would think the tow behind cart's big advantage would be better vision of the seeding unit.

Cheers,

TC.
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