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MOUNTVIC 493735 310 John Deere 9020 Series either
John Deere 9020 Series
I took the following photos of some 9020 series John Deere tractors new and used at a John Deere dealer several months ago.
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There was also a 9200.
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Partial group view of the two previous photos.
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Last photo.
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Exellent photos as allways :-)
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How many are there? That must be a real big dealer! I don't know how many of these ¤WD's there are in Europe but not many - maybe not more than there are on one spot here....:-\
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Thank you 4crops.

Lennart I would say around 30-40. There were more that are not on this post. This John Deere dealer pretends to be the biggest in the U.S. I am sure that must change from year to year. It was quite impressive on the day that I took the above photos; they probably had between 250-300 John Deere tractors on their lot. They have other locations, and I have been to a few of them and they are just normal size dealers.

Sorry Lennart I didn’t get to talk to my father yesterday about the grass mixture. I will for sure today.

Tony
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Brr it’s cold. The temperature was in the mid to high 60’s last night again here in south Florida. We probably haven’t been in the 60’s since the month of April-May.

65-68 degrees Fahrenheit is about 20 Celsius, and yes this is cold for me. I have to say we are quite spoiled with the weather here.

The dry weather seems to have kicked in as well so it really feels colder than it is. In the summer the air is quite humid and in the winter the air is drier.

If you have a chance look at this thread with the tile view feature and look what happens with the first and second photos. No I didn't do this on purpose and they really don't go together.

Tony
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That looks VERY GREAT !:D
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Tony, what a lot of tractors! do you remember the name of the dealership? here in CR there are one 9100 and two 9120 tractors, imagine how small we´re, in one daelership there are more tractors than will be in a entire country.
Always it´s a pleasure to see your photos.
regards,
Victor
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Thanks Victor.

Tony
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Here are some more photos.
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they must be there for a while,looking at the weeds.
is this dealer in Florida?
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jdeere weeds tend to grow fast here in Florida.

The above photo was taken 15 days prior to the earlier photo.

All the photos were taken at the same John Deere dealer here in Florida.

I don't think that the tractors were on this lot for that long.

Tony
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Last photo.
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Weeds, like crops love moisture & warmth ;-)
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Sorry it was actually 22 days, between the two sets of photos.

TC you are absolutely right, it seems that weeds grow faster than anything else.

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