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RonyvdBerg 430035 1 Spreading Manure either
Spreading Manure
Spreading manure with John Deere 8420 + Lowlander spreader.
Komatsu wheel loader loading the spreader.

Brand new 7630 wasn't able to pull the spreader, so they had to use our 8420.
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The Komatsu
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The 7630

I hope to get some action pics tomorrow.
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how come the 7630 wasn't able to use the spreader it should be man enough even if it is a jd!how big is the preader we only use 110hp on our 12tonne machine
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The 7630 doesn't have enough power to pull the spreader around in the field. I'm not sure how big the spreader is.
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Hi, does it come from Australia, the spreader?;-)
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I may be wrong but the lowlander is a british ( BUNNING ) spreader i think .
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Gianö wrote:
Hi, does it come from Australia, the spreader?;-)


I'm not sure where Lowlander is being made
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Maybe they would have been better off with a bigger HP tractor in the first place (or a smaller muckspreader)?
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Tractortim wrote:
how come the 7630 wasn't able to use the spreader it should be man enough even if it is a jd!how big is the preader we only use 110hp on our 12tonne machine


Pft, did you even see those tires on that 7630? My guess is that the 7630 (175 Hp) could handle it if properly equipped. I doubt even the 8420 could do it without all those duals. :-\

I was sure this was a Bunnings spreader as well, which is a British make as far as I know.
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i cant belive it also,the 7630 should be able to drive it unless there are a lot of wet spots. :-[
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TasCowboy wrote:
Maybe they would have been better off with a bigger HP tractor in the first place (or a smaller muckspreader)?

verry smart,after finding that out its always easy to say. :-\
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Josh A wrote:
Pft, did you even see those tires on that 7630? My guess is that the 7630 (175 Hp) could handle it if properly equipped. I doubt even the 8420 could do it without all those duals


I dont know much about muck spreaders but I would think 175 HP should be enough to handle it surely Josh (even if it is a 10-12 tonne machine)? Obviously the conditions it is operating in would be relevant to this whole equation as well,

Cheers,

TC ;-)
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JD, you would have thought they should have known how big their tractor needed to be to pull the muck spreader when they went out & purchased it (based on how big the previous operating tractor was)?
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