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MOUNTVIC 466685 75 John Deere 9660 STS either
John Deere 9660 STS
John Deere 9660 STS ready for the rice harvest.
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Sorry about the over-exposure of the following three photos.
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Tony that combine looks very strange with those rear & front duals, specially that the outer wheels are thiner than the original tires. I´m wondering why they didn´t order it with front duals and a big rear tire.
It´s still a beautifull machine.
Regards,
Victor
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Victor--- I think thereis a very simple answer to that. They had those duals and used them on the combine. Duals are not the most heap u can buy so this might be a cheap way to save the fields..
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Except from the cost on muddy ricefields duals are have better traction and balance than an very wide set of tires.However my opinion is to put steels tracks on front and proper tires at back.
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Nice machine, is it a bit wet out yonder???
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Beautiful machine, Tony.
For here we didn't see machines behind with double tires, it is common to use in front, but in some lands the earth enters among the tires and it seems an earth roll, and the machine is smoothing in the soil. in these cases simple tires or traces of iron, that are more used.

Regards, Luciano
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Thank you guys for your comments.

Victor,

I think Stark1 pretty much answered you questions.

You typicaly need duals on the back as well since all the soils in this area are pretty much 100% muck soils.

Tony
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Stark1 and Tony thank you both for the answers, I learned something today.
Regards,
Victor
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