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Re: petite roue
tell more about this combine where is this picture at and
how big of grain platform do you use with it? The steering
tires look bigger than the front ones. About how many hp?
what is the age of it?


Roy L. Chapin
Re: petite roue
I can say this much from my experience with Deere. The
tires on the front are shipping tires, usually removed at
point of set up (dealer). I think this combine is about the
same size as a 9400 Maximizer here in the US.
Re: petite roue
The Front tires are only tranport tires, because if you put
int on a truck or train you must stay under 4 m of total
height in Europe. We had over here from 1992 to 1997 five
types of the 2000 Series John Deere Combines (five Walker
Machines: 2054, 2056, 2058 and Six Walker Machines: 2064,
2066) The 2066 has 270 hp, the max header width was 6,10 m.
From 1997 to 2001 they were replaced by the 2200 Series
(2254/2256/2258/2264/2266) and an additional model was
added: 2266 Extra. It had about 300 hp. The picture shows a
normal European Setup, with 800/65 R 32 Front tyres. It was
taken from
Re: petite roue
stolen from He is a JD dealer in Belgium
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