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stocker 63258 75 9860's picking corn either
9860's picking corn
Here is a picture of two of our 9860's picking corn near
Fergus Falls MN. This photo was taken the first week of
September. They are unloading into Kinze 1050 carts being
pulled by John Deere 8320 tractors.
Re: 9860's picking corn
hey justin nice pictures... are those demo units or did
youby them? how do theses machines run? did you ever have a
50series machine? if so how would you compare to the 60
Re: 9860's picking corn
We run three 9860's and one 9760. We got them in April,
because John Deere wanted to test them throughout the
season. We were able to buy them because we run a custom
harvest operation and have run durability equipment for John
Deere before. I think John Deere produced 50 9860's before
they offically introduced them. So far we have not had any
problems with them and they are aproaching 600 hours. They
certainly have bettrer capacity than the 50 series that were
before them. The new unloading system certainly sets an
industry standard.
Re: 9860's picking corn
hey justin want to hear something funny.. i talked to a
guynot to long ago which was in april and told me that
johndeere was making 60 series combines at first i thought
yeahright and until this day we wont tell me how he got
theinformation the guy fixes cars and stuff do you guys
leaseor rent or own those machines did you ever have a 9750
stsbefore you have 9860 sts how does the machines do in
wheatdid you have to make certain changes or not... well
i'mgonna say this i figured deere would make a new machine
iheard guys saying the 9750 sts cant compete against the
new8010afx and saying they are willing to trade the sts for
theafx.. so whats your take on that subject buy the wa do
youhav anymore pics to show? thanks deereman
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