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schizo 429446 307 ... and there's a time to go either
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I thought, I'll post these last pics of the 6300:-)
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We bought this one in the end of '96. The loader we bought exactly one year later.
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Still got his first Michelin tyres on. The front ones are completely used. The back ones have 1,5-2cm. He has 6430 hours now.
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Kab
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Other angle. You can clearly see the CD-changer beneath the radio. To bad it's a Sunwood radio what is also known as Crap:-\ I did took out the Blaupunkt boxes and put these in the 7600 who's american boxes were totally broke except one that played poorly. But since the 7600 has 4 boxes I also took the Blaupunkt boxes from the Fendt and put these also in the JD. For the Fendt I ordered some brand new high quality Blaupunkt boxes:-P
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Loader was starting to wear out too.
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Back. Pics of the 'new' one I'll post tomorrow. I was to busy testing him out that it was already dark and due to that I only had bad quality pics
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Last pic of the 6300.
The 'new' one is also green with yellow wheels. But a black loader:-P
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Waarom doe je deze zo vroeg weg?
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verdomme schizo, wanneer ga je nu zeggen wat voor iets jullie gekocht hebben. waar gaat de 6300 naartoe?

jullie hebbe die 6300 toch niet nieuw gekocht? want in 96 maakten ze deze modellen niet meer met zo'n plastieken handgas. de liftknop en de knop van de aftakas zijn precies ook al eens verandert
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precies wat tom zegt, dat handgas en hefbediening zat er alleen het eerste poosje in, ik geloof dat de 6000 serie in 92 ofzo is geintroduceerd, dus deze moet van 93 ofzo zijn
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ah nu zie ik het pas goed op de vergrote foto, die liftknop is dus ook nog een draaiknop net zoals op onze. de knop van de aftakas is er alleszins een andere, want die zaten in die tijd enkel in de 7000 serie
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Hij is van 94. Hij was 2 jaar en had 300 uren. Hij moest een landgoed onderhouden van een baron ofzo. Plastiek hing nog op de stoel en de klein toppekes op de banden. Alleen ging er een pak btw af;-)
En we doen deze weg omdat we er beetje veel problemen mee hadden.
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And the new one
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Ik voel mijn eten precies al naar boven komen, ik krijg al zin om die velgen komen rood te spuiten. :-P

Wel een mooie frontlader. Zal wel een aanpassing zijn, van stroef schakelen naar vlot traploos. ;-)
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Nice Schizo :-)

Just a question, why the yellow wheels?

Cheers,

TC ;-)
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Back. It's a 410. Built in 2006 and has 700 hours
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Mooi :-D
Veel succes ermee :-D

Deze wielen zullen er wel niet onder blijven zeker ;-)
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TC, if you have still the small tyres of the JD, you probably won't buy another set just because they are yellow.
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Here you can see that they had to adjust the wheels in the back. These were the spraying wheels of our JD. but we kept these because the rims are very thick and the front tyres are new from last year.
And in one month or so we're gonna change them to the large ones so these can get painted. Red like in europe or silver like in america?:-P
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2 loader attachments came with
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Ok, thanks Michaël.

Farmers do the same here but eventually get around to painting the wheels, in most cases.
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Kab view. He has got 4DW hydraulics in the back and the loader is separately mounted and works electric. The loader also has suspension
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Other angle
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Here are the normal tyres TC;-) I'll put them in the shed later today.
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