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MOUNTVIC 482579 308 John Deere 7810 either
John Deere 7810
I had posted two photos of this 7810 a few months ago.

The tractor was hooked on to a tomato planter.
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Last photo.
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As usual nice pics Tony :-)

Do these guys run chassis rails / reinforcing with these big front tanks?

Cheers,

TC ;-)
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Thank you TC.

Absolutely TC.

Tony
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Jd of that series all have chassis TC ;-)
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Tony, do they really need to reinforce the chassi for the tanks. Here in Europe if you mount a front lift 4-5 tonne they only bolt the lift to the original frame whitout any reinforcements. As I understand this is one of the big advantages with JD's chassi.

But I also know from my time as an engineer that if we should deliver anything to the US we also had to take at least 2 dimensions bigger sections in a frame for example, they always wanted heavy duty even if it wasn't necessary!
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Lennart,

No the frame (chassis) is not re-enforced and as you mentioned it is not necessary. You can see a partial view of the attachment on the 7th photo.

I guess I might have miss interpreted TC’s question.

Tony
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