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Deere Dingle 454717 13 John Deere 7530 either
John Deere 7530
A local contractor has just bought this new 7530. I took this photo because I thought it would look imposing as a desk top back ground. It jolly well does;-) You can download it and try it for yourself if you like. I have taken some other photos to which are below.:-D
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I thought this might work as a background but it's just a bit dark and slightly out of focus. :-\ Not to worry it is ok on a mobile phone though!:-)
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From the front.
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The business end.
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And the last one.:-P
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gd pics dingle. u a big fan of the deere?
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Hello young man, Yes I am a recent convert to the Deere park. I grew up around Ford's and Fergy's. I still like them but since the 10 series John Deere's appeared and more recent 20 and 30 series I am now a green man. I rather fancy a do at a John Deere, but would need to get something decent to put to work. However, this cost's a lot of dosh and the work has to be found to pay for it! I alway's fancied a MF595 to play around with but never found one at the right money. I have since decided that buying a tractor is great but you need to work them. Regards, Jon DD.
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Nice pics:-) I'm a JD man myself:-P
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Hi Schizo, Thanks for your comment. I prefer the overall design of John Deere compared to other makes. All the others look to fancy with swept designs and swirling shapes inside. Instead they should look purposeful, practical and be well built from quality materials instead of interiors made from bits from a Lego box! ;-) and lights from a bus and bonnets made from bobsleighs! ;-) The new MF's look good but inside is aaaaaargh terrible cheap looking plastic!:-\
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Yeah JD has a good quality of interior, just like Fendt. And Claas looks nice too but I have never driven that, so I don't really know how it handles
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nice tractor, pitty of those small tires.
what tranny does it have?
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Fendt look ok on the outside, but the light coloured interior with blue and orange and green is a mistake. They need to cool off on the colours, and darken the overall cab interior a little bit. It looks like it would soon get scruffy with use.:-( Since tractor cabs are mainly glass and a steel frame, why use light colours inside? If one is going to be in it for a few hours then it wants to be easy on the eye and not glaring back at you. And of course it needs to be a nice place to sit.:-P
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Hi Gerbert, It has PowrQuad Plus transmission and the tyres have been swapped for 650s all around. When I am over in the yard next time and the tractor is about I will post some updated photos of it with it's new boots on. :-D That could be a week or two away yet:-(
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Mainly because light colors give the eyes peace I think. A Fendt is I think a more peacefull tractor to drive with. Nothing flashy or so.
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I must be old fashioned then;-) I prefer the darker colours.:-P
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I don't really feel that as a huge difference. JD is a bit darker then Fendt, but it ain't flashy as a DF:-P;-) I find it more important that everything handles well and easy:-)
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Fair point;-)
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Hi guys, I´m also a green and yellow man. For me JD don´t look like a spaceship inside as some other tractors, they keep it simple and functional.
Regards.
Victor
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She's a sexy beast :-D . 7430 at my photo is not mine, but of our contractor. I wish she was mine ;-) .
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Nice tractor, but i don't like the wheels, they are to smal i found. The wheels under the 7430 that ACS post are better;-)
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Hi Victor, You hit the nail on the head there with your spaceship description:-)
Hi ACS, your photo of a 7430 is impressive. I will get some more photos of the 7530 with it's 650 wide boots and front linkage on. It just depends if it is in the yard next time I am on the Fastrac. And I wish I owned either a 7430 or 7530, good machines indeed:-)
Hi CJ, Yes I agree, I want to know why JD don':-\t supply tractors on adjustable wheels anymore as standard.
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That's a very horny tractor :-P

I would prefer a dark interior. A light one I think becomes a mess with mudd and dust. :-[

The tires from the 7530 suck. In my eyes they are to small. The tires on the 7430 are perfect!

I would like to drive such a John Deere! :-) I only drive tractors with gears and HI-LO, but never with PowerShift or something like that. One time on a Case CVX 1135, put the handle under the steering wheel forwards en hit the gas. In no-time you drive 50 km/h! :-D
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Making good photos is a piece of art, if you got nice tractors to shot, it's easy to make nice shots ;-) .
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Making good photos is a piece of art, if you got nice tractors to shot, it's easy to make nice shots ;-) .
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Making good photos is a piece of art, if you got nice tractors to shot, it's easy to make nice shots ;-) .
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