John Deere

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  1. jd-baz

    jd-baz Well-Known Member

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    15 forwards,4 reverses,
    John deere own funk,but never used the funk box in their own,Power shift in the 55’s and 7000’s were there own box.
     
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    Can't say but there are hardly too many of those in the county!

    Lovely tractor though (she'd look well on your 1100 :Thumbp2:)
     
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    It has @ithastopay written all over it.
    shur doesn't he have the new 5ft link box for tipping into Mullingar for the shopping. And what about the wrapping .:Thumbp2::rolleyes2::rolleyes2::rolleyes2:
     
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    He's waiting on a 8360r I'm told....
     
  9. Mf240

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    They won't wrap the shopping for ya in mullingar anymore.
     
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    Oh the irony, Imagine using it to plough.

    Anyone got a number for the crowd that did the armor plating job on the 7810, that’s what we’ll need for going for the corn flakes next year.
     
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    Debatable, but a fair point . It would be hard to tell without seeing the tractor. The seat would suggest the hours are genuine if its original. Likewise, the u guard around the pto
     
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    Was changing the hydraulic oil on the tractor today. There was a fair bit if filings on the screw with the magnet for the front wheel drive. Are the brakes shot or is that normal?
     
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    What's wrong with it is it on small wheels or something?? It just don't look right round the backend somehow!!:blink:

    Looks like its done more hours I would say.
    Probably normal, surprising how much collects on magnets tbh. Brake material would be bronzy looking.
     
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    No mudguard extensions, makes the cab seem higher or something.
     
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    Missing a bit of mudguard trim and I'd say it's been widened out a bit? Dishes are on the inside of the rims.

    Had front links on too by the looks of it.
     
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    Could be right cause the weight frame is a different colour, tyres look weathered too.
     
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    Is It just me Or does That 6800 paint look quite faded?
     
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    Looks genuine to me paint looks right.
     
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    If you read the advert you would see IVT..:whistle:
     
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    Sorry,
     
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