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deere6320 91039 308 Jd 7810 either
Jd 7810
picture taken last week of john deere 7810 after finishing
some ploughing work
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another
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side view
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display panel
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gear layout

last pic
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Great tractor!
why is the left front wheel so flat, and the richt wheel
not?, are you only turning richt?? :-\

(sorry for my bad Englisch :-[ )
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Hi,
yes, it is such a great tractor, drives so nice, i would do
every on the farm with this but we have to use others as
well :-(

yes, it is flat but that is the way it is parked :-)
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Hi. I think JD_Driver meen why the left front wheel is worn
out, and not the right. and it can be two reasons why: the
right wheel is newer, because it has been changed, or the
tractor run alot on road, because the roads are higher in
the middle than on the sides, so the water shall find it's
way out of the road, and because of that, the tractor get
more weight on the left side (leans over), and therefor
tires on the left side will be quicker worn out. In Norway
we drive on the right side of the road, and so the right
wheels gets quicker worn out, and tractors with loader eats
more tires. You can't see that so clear on the rear wheels
because the ribs often are higher on the rearwheels, and
mostly because frontwheel run a lot faster than the
rearwheel (more rounds than the rearwheels pr. km. or miles)
You can see really worn out front wheels on my MF 265 here:
http://www.farmphoto.com/photography/message.asp?dsply=all&m
d=82492&gkp= and here:
http://www.farmphoto.com/photography/message.asp?dsply=all&m
d=82570&gkp= if you look at the difference between right
wheel on the first picture(link), and the left wheel in the
second picture(link), you clearly see the difference, and
these wheels have been on the tractor since new ... by the
way: sorry for my bad english too :-P
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hi,
thanks for explaining :-)

i havnt really noticed to be honnest, i will check it out
and at work when i go and just see if it needs more air in
it as well ;-)
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This is going to be hard to explain, for me and my bad
english, but i'll try.
the right wheel can also be worn out because of wrong
adjustments of the frontwheels/axle. Seems like the toe-in
could be wrong. (too much toe-in on the frontwheels)
This adjustments should be listed up in the owners manual.
If I'm not wrong, a driven front axle should have a little
toe-out, and a 2wd frontaxle should have a little toe-in on
the frontwheels. If you measure the distance between the
frontwheels in the front, and do the same thing between the
wheels in the rear of them (under the engine), a toe-in
would be when the distance in front are less than distance
in the rear... This did'nt come out really good, but I'm
sorry, my english is not better than this :-(
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yes, you're right, that could happen but i think what has
happend is what you said the first time round that we drive
on the left so the left tyre wears out more than the right
but we havnt swapped the tyres, these have been on since we
have had on the far.

you're english is good, i can understand you :-)
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the reason for the worn tyre on the left is that the
tracking is out on the left and it has got nothing to do
with that we drive on the left because i have just thought
that if it is because we drive on the left why isnt the back
left wheel worn like the front one so it isnt that.

Thanks

hope that explains it :-)
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the reason for the worn tyre on the left is that the
tracking is out on the left and it has got nothing to do
with that we drive on the left because i have just thought
that if it is because we drive on the left why isnt the back
left wheel worn like the front one so it isnt that.

Thanks

hope that explains it :-)
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Deere: see my note on differences between front and rear
wheels above.. If you drive, for an example, 10 km, the rear
wheels have turned less rounds than the front wheels, and if
the 4wd is connected too, it get even worse, because the
frontwheels have a certain "overspin", who helps pulling the
tractor when you turn, and by the way, in turns, the
frontwheels gets pushed sideways on the road, when the
frontwheel-drive is disabled ... I don't know if these
things make sence to You, but it does to me .. totally
normal things :-) PS: again sorry for bad english
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Hi,
i supose you could be right i no now that the tracking is
out on the left wheel and becasue it does ploughing work and
alot of road work then thats why it has worn,

need a new tyre to be honnest :-)
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you havent a clue deere. who owns this tractor?
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i tell you who own it, my boss owns it, we drive it :-)
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because of the tracking is out it is wanting to pull out
instead of pulling in like on the right becasue on the right
the tracking is right but because the tracking is out on the
left it pulls out instead of in :-)
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Hi,
Now you mention the Plowing work, i think it has something
to do whit that, becouse the traktor drives whit his left
side in the plowing line (I dont knew exacly how you say it
in englisch, but we say 'ploegvoor') whitch means that most
of the pressure comes on the left site of the wheel.
When the front wheel drive is turnd on, and the tractor
slips a bit, the wheel gets flat on the left side.
Allthough, most times tries dont slite when thay work off
road..... )

again sorry for my bad Englisch..
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yes, this tractor does most of the ploughing work with a 5
furrow lemken plough but jd driver is right that it is in
the furrow wall all the time and when it is driving on the
front with 4wd in drive then it tends to pull inwards but
the tracking is out on the left
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but if you are plowing, it isn,t always the same wheel that
is in the ditch, if you turn at the end of a line, it is the
other weel that is in it
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yes i no but it is the tracking and ploughing work makes the
tyre worse
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Hi deere 6320, What is the mark of the front wheel tries?

My boss owns a Case CX 90 whit Alo Quick front loder, The
front tries are allmost flat now, and the tracktor is only
2.5 jears old
The tries slite so fast becouse the CX is a short tracktor,
and the front loader makes the wieght on the frontwheels
verry hig, but flat in 2.5 jears is fast, in my opinion...
This are Good Jear tries...
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OK, listen up you lot!!!

The reason this left tyre is worn is
Yes the tracking is out! But secondly this tractor does a
lot of road work,and I bet that the front weights dont come
off too often, that and the fact tyre pressures are not
changed for each job means exessive tyre ware!

I know that when the pressure is on the all you got to do is
"Get on" but taking 10 minutes to change tractor set up
makes a huge difference.

Dont have a go at me, I'm not critacising you on wotking
practice. One other thing that makes a big difference, turn
the front tyres round when on read work,this realy does
reduce tyre ware.
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yes, you are right, the front weights are never taken off,
in fact more weights are added for some jobs to carry the
implement on the back of the tractor and yes it does alot of
road work and the pressure in the tyres are the same and
never changed.
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