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Cultivating with the 7710
My brother pulling out of the shed with the JD 7710 IVT with
Konskilde 30ft (9M) cultivator which has 91 S-tines
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The kongskilde cultivator a little closer
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Starting on an 80 acre field where alfalfa will be planted
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And the other side, the bucket is on there to pick up the
odd stone
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such a good tractor y would sum 1 put a fucking loader on
such a good tractor ??????????
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why that tractor has a loader:
1) used for packing the bunker silo
2) loading and unloading large square bales
3) possible backup if 7210 with loader would break down
(before the 544H came)

What we have used it for(including above)
4) removing cement lids from underbarn manure storage
5) lifting things off trucks
6) picking rocks
7) moving big things around the yard
8) Other odd jobs...

One thing that tractor does NOT do is load the feed mixer,
we have a John Deere 544H (pictured above) for that.
The 544H is getting duals so it can help the 7710 with
packing the bunk.
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You must not have any hills. I was cultivating with a 30ft
Wil-Rich on saturday with a 7130 Magnum. On hills I had to
downshift to 9th from 12th. I can run 7.3mph most of the
time. You got any corn in yet? We put 50ac in back on the
6th and with the 100ac I got worked saturday, were gunna
start planting at 5:30am Monday. Should get 75-90ac done
Monday. Weird spring.

Take care,

Nathan
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Hi,

My question is "Why wouldnt you put a loader on it?" I
would, then it is more of a multi purpose machine. How is
your luck the the Alo loader? Just
wondering............Lookin' at buying another tractor
eventually and was wondering how they compared and how
durable they were compared to factory units.

Thanks

Will
:-D
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We have 2 ALO loaders, a 980 on a JD 7210 and a 990 on the
7710. The 7210 did about 3000 hours of loading the TMR
mixer, it is in rough shape. 3 out of 4 hydraulic cylinders
have been rebuilt. The 2 links that connect the bucket
cylinder to the tool carier have broken and been replaced,
one side even twice! There are a couple spots where the
loader has cracked.

The attached picture is the third link that broke, I kept it
since I replaced this one myself.
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Where the paint appears darker, Huron Tractor welded over
the cracks, then spray painted them...

We loaded the TMR mixer with the 7710 with the 990 loader
for about a month or so, the loader would flex a lot when
one side was looser than the other... The 990 may be
stronger than the 980, but the hydraulics on the 7710 are
even stronger, we decided we would destroy this loader as
well if we continued feeding with it, and started looking at
wheelloaders, got the Deere 544H for feeding.

The loader on the 7710 is still in excellent shape, gets
used for a lot of non-daily work. The loader on the 7210 has
been patched up, but it is not straight anymore. I took the
loader off and put it in the corner of the shed when the
7210 started running the TMR mixer.

I think ALO has some of the best loaders available on the
market, but not quite strong enough for feeding over 500
head of cattle every day.



Our fields are very flat compared to many other places, the
cultivator is big enough for it, but it can pull it well at
6MPH, sometimes the IVT will drop it down to 1750RPM@6MPH,
and sometimes it will slow down to 5.5MPH in heavier spots.
We have not planted any corn yet. On thursday, friday and
yesterday I was spreading some manure with our new dragline
on the fields that didn`t get any in the fall... Gotta wait
a bit for that to dry up, and they are predicting rain this
week again... :-\
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I don't blame you putting a loader on it, i would do exactly
the same. It makes a tractor just that bit more verstile. It
also acts as good front counterbalance!

Do you mind if i request a picture of your 7210? I wouldn't
mind having a look if that's ok.

Greetings from the U.K, Luke
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Hi!
A tractor without a loader is only a half tractor is my
opinion.
Greetings from Njål
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No problem, here is the 7210, it is from 2001, has over 4600
hours on it. This picture is from the summer of 2003, we
don't load the feedmixer with it anymore.
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This picture is taken a bit closer, and and the winter of
2004. This is what it has been doing most of the year.
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This is the most recent picture I have of it. Was taken
during this years corn silage harvest.
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Hi,

Nice Pics........ Hows the 8120? Did the grill/hood guard
arrive yet?

Thanks

Will
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Thanks, the 8120 has almost 200 hours on it, works very
well, eveyone likes to work with it and the plowing goes
much better with it than with the 7710. I fisnished packing
the high moisture corn bunksilo with it and was very
impressed with how well it climbed up the the lose high
moisture corn steep enough to have the drawbar hit the
ground, without duals! Electric loader controls are very
good too for this work.

The hood guard still has not arrived... I guess they really
don't exist... Should get them soon though.
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..................ANd those nice wide tires help too!!!!:-D
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They are quite suitable I think for loading, but if you put
that much horsepower and hydrolics on it strange forces come
on the loader, zo then it will bend or eventually brake. We
have a Chief frontloader suitable for 100 hp but our deutz
fahr 7807 had bend it a bit.
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Thanks very much, very smart tractor! I'm a big fan of the
7000 series Deere's. The contractor down the road from me
uses a 7810 to pull a Claas Liner 3000 and a Claas Quadrant
1200. It occasionally pulls a 14 ton silage wagon when the
season is fairly busy.
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