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faJakobs 397768 307 John Deere 6920 carting sand either
John Deere 6920 carting sand
This is one of our 2 John Deere 6920, both are chip tuned last month and nowe they have about 179HP :-D Also both of them are autopower.
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I had to load by myself with our Liebherr 538. Bad conditions here, look at the fronttires, they just sink in the mud.
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Ready to go!
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Nice Liebherr, very quick machine to work with.
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I had to cart this sand to a garden that was just on the other side of the road. He needed 100 m3 in first case, but after a while he had 160 m3 and still wanted a little more. :-P
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Photo went of without knowing.. :-P
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And another loaded one.
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Blurry Deere
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:-D
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Last trailer was loaded so I leveled it al little bit, next week we load there again.
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Last one of the pile of sand.
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nice pictures Michiel...;-)Did you take video???
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Erkan: No sorry :-P
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Looks like that sand is remain of the construction work. What's that barn in the background? A hogpen or a chicken-house or else?
About the chip tuning: aren't you concerned about tuning the biggest modell of that series- could cause problems,couldn't it? That's just what I've heard...
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Nice pictures, Michael! :-)

As I understand you still not have much more power than the s-modell with booster, so if ypu don't drive to hard it should make no harm. Was it KCR chip, or?
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Krebs: It is a pigshed, I don't know for how many pigs.. (I'm not in that scene) And yes, it remains for the constrction.

Lennart: about that chip: I don't know what brand it is. But I thjnk they can handle that power. These are 40 km/h versions by the way.
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if you keep a eye on the temp.it wont be a problem.
same engine is now put in all the way up to the 7930.
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@jdeere: you're right, but I'm less concerned about the engine more about tranny ,clutch and axles because I think 20hp more really makes a difference.
My concerns are not only about that 6920- it'a about all the top models within a series throughout all the brands.
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i know what you mean,but 20 HP is no problem at all.
i guess there are some wich add a few more HP. :-\
just tread (operate) your tractor like a women and you will be fine. ;-)
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Tread her like a woman: Let her work hard!! :-P
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of corse,wont hurt
take her hard but not rough ;-)
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And I hope It'll spent less money on cloting than most woman do :-P
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als ik deze foto's zie hebben jullie daar zeer mooi materiaal lopen amai zeg.
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Sounds great but hard to do when under "masculine" conditions...
Well I guess chip tuning is a nice way to get some extra and cheap hp but I don't wanna risk to do that with my Fendt 515, also a top modell of the 500 series. I fear it's not gonna handle it on the long term
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Krebs: We've owned also two Fendt 515's They were very good, we still own one with 12500 hours on the clock and it is still origninal. I think they changed the exhaust system when they were new to an other on. Good engines that MWM!
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