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aslomp 396608 309 John Deere 8530 either
John Deere 8530
My new 8530. It is still parked at the dealer, they are waiting for the front wieghts
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side view
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the back side.
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The last one for today. The door was locked so I didn't take any pictures from the inside.
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nice pic's
Do i need glasses, or it that white thing on the back window the max speed of 50km/hour? for a North american tractor:-)
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You don't need glasses.
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thats probably because its the IVT transmission, they go 50, also in america
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Nice tractor Aslomp!
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The 50 km/h IVT is available here since Oct 06. There are a few restrictions like tire sizes and mandatory trailer brakes. I would have liked the 800 70/38 tires like the ones on our 8330 but the largest tire with the 50 km/h is the 710 70/42.
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Looks mean. ILS makes it look a lot stronger too. Why so few lights? I see you got the right-hand reverser... I like some aspects of them, even considered one, however I think that the left-hand is more precise. Since it has more space available, the ratio for

distance lever moved : speed increase/decrease in %

On top of the fact that there isn't really any R2. I do however like the fact that it's like a hydrostatic machine such as a forage harvester, combine, swather, bidirectional, etc, in the sense that you slow down to a stop, then gradually speed up in reverse. A shuttle shift is more... fast-forward/stop/fast-reverse, and there's more playing around to set your f/r speed ratios.

Nice tractor, nothing overly new for you. ;-)
-Josh
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where do you live in canada
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Josh A. There are more lights coming but all the options that the dealer has to install have not showed up:-( I have never used the right hand reverser before so I will find out once I drive it.

Samuel. I live in Barrhead, Alberta
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thats a big bugger! is there a front hitch and pto available on these in Canada, or at all?
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There is a front hitch but I am not sure about a pto.
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If there would be it looks like it would have to come straight through the radiator!
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There is a lot of radiator there and it comes down pretty low. Maybe a hydrolic pto?
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Barrhead eh, i've been there last summer to get our fronthitch for the 8200.

Pretty nice area;-)
u probably know where i took this picture:-)
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There is no front PTO for the 8030s or any 8000 series tractor that can handle full power applications. Sauter makes a front PTO that is limited to 100hp and voids you warranty instantly!

Last year i heard a rumour that Deere was working on a front PTO, but I;ll believe it when I see it.

Why did you get a 3pt hitch on this tractor?
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thats what i wonder too,what are you going to put at the 3 point?
its about time they get a factory front pto and a turnabel seat for reverse driving.
i know these things cost a lot of money for development but sooner or later its a must i think.
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Rony. I think that picture is from a look out point on the Athabaska River a few miles from the ferry? It looks really familiar.

FlyingDutchman. The 3pt hitch is base equiptment on the 8530, I will probaly remove it.
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Nice tractor Aslomp :-)
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What's weird about the 3 point hitch???
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Ziko wrote:
What's weird about the 3 point hitch???

What's "weird" is that aslomp had just been saying how he had no 3pt implements to bother with having one, yet purchased a new tractor with one.

However, as he's already explained, like IVT and ILS, 3pt hitch is base equipment on the 8530, I thought you'd have known this Gerard. ;-)

Aslomp, if you don't need it, by all means remove the arms, they get in the way of hooking up anyways, mainly with the quick-hitch, however I still think it's worth it to purchase a tractor with 3pt. Odd that the lights are being dealer-installed... unless you didn't get it in before it was frozen? I'm sure you'll really like it, bit power than the 8330 it replaces, plus suspension and the higher transport speed will be nice for running the tank... What's happening with the 7920 now that the 8330 will be taking over planting/tillage?

Jdeere, the Reverse Operators Station would be nice to see, however it would make more sense on the 7030s vs 8030s. 8030s aren't prime for PTO jobs like mowing, etc. A Fendt is but lacks in the tillage division.

After seeing some 7920 ROS models, I was hoping to see them as an option released with the 7030LF tractors last fall. Local Fendt dealer says they're spec-ing out a lot with the Reverse Drive, and Valtra guy says they dominate the tractors he brings in, and are the only way he can sell a used tractor. I'd personally really like to try a 7930 ROS pushing an 18-20 foot discbine off the cab end, I've talked to guys that have ran 7920s this way, and they really liked it.

-Josh
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okay i agree with you about the 8000 series not needing ROS,but in europe are more jobs wich could be done with such a big tractor,like stump grinding etc.
was that in CN with a 7020 ROS?
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