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MOUNTVIC 469441 309 John Deere 8770 either
John Deere 8770
This 8770 has seen better days.
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Last photo.
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Very good Photo's, Tony.

Do you know him/it what cultivate in these fields?

And are these equipments to systematize new fields or to do maintenance in older fields?

Regards
Luciano
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Luciano,

this is a sod farm. The photos were taken after a heavy rainfall, this shows you why they need pumps to better drain the fields.

This scraper is used to level the fields before seeding a new crop of grass.

Thanks,

Tony
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Thank you for the information Tony

Luciano
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Tony this is a good example of how you don´t have to treat a tractor. Do you think this tractor was crashed?
Regards,
Victor
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Id say by looking at this one it hasnt seen any roof bar the big blue one scince leaving the factory:-(
such a tragedy the 87's& 88's are a good honnest machines ;-)
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andy_D nailed it. This tractor probably has never been in a shed.

It's a shame, if you ask me, on the long run it pays to keep the tractors and equipment under a roof.

Tony
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