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farmer john 8910

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About farmer john 8910

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  • Birthday 06/25/1986

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    SW IA
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    Farming and Red Tractors

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  1. They seem to do ok outside here in Iowa also.
  2. I’m a big fan of the Mitas but haven’t been around them for pulling
  3. Have had the same symptoms with ring and pinion going out or loose
  4. Had my 8910 set over 200 hp for a long time an pulled 30 foot equipment with no problems at all so it should be fine
  5. Pisgah IA, all the way west and about in the middle, home of the Old Home Filler Up and Keep on Truckin Cafe
  6. My main 88 series problem was the priority valve under the cab floor other than that I had good luck. A magnum seat and updated AC does help a lot though
  7. All normal here. Thanks!
  8. These aren’t to crazy but kind of related and I haven’t posted in a while
  9. We have always bought the critter from the farmer and the rest was our responsibility. I haven’t really ever heard of it being any other way.
  10. We had a neighbor plant some 20” corn on us a few years in a row before we switched
  11. We have been on 20” corn for over 10 years and would never go back. We get by for under $15/ace on chemicals because of the early canopy. As 1660 says it’s about the same on good ground but we gain a lot in the hills, gumbo and irrigated ground.
  12. Pretty sure he’s looking for the pullout auger under the bin. I’m pretty sure I have one for you Mule but I’m going to have to let the snow melt some more before I can tell. I will let you know
  13. I used to run an 8 on my 1460 and worked fine just didn’t set any speed records
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