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    A Couple More Pics

    Just a couple random pics.
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    Very nice! We need a new one on the farm soon and I hope we can find a nice one like that!



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    Brian,

    I think that was taken at Filmores...
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    Thanks, but we will be looking used. We just don't have the acreage to support that large of a purchase.



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    Yes Brian, Will is correct, those were taken in Three Rivers at Fillmores. I don't get to see iron that big on the farms around here. It's pretty wild to see the operations around there and in Indiana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Thanks, but we will be looking used. We just don't have the acreage to support that large of a purchase.
    The 9510 is used. Should not be too pricey, depending on hours. I hear ya on the prices, incredible for sure!!
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    I wonder why the right rear tire is backward? More traction in reverse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjung17 View Post
    I wonder why the right rear tire is backward? More traction in reverse?
    It is RWA (rear wheel assist). Pretty sure they do that so you don't tear the ground up. That is fairly common on RWA equipment like that. (forage harvesters and the like.)
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    Almost all of the combines in my territory are RWA. None of them have the tires reversed. You say it helps to reduce turf damage when turning? I have never heard of this. You learn something everyday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjung17 View Post
    Almost all of the combines in my territory are RWA. None of them have the tires reversed. You say it helps to reduce turf damage when turning? I have never heard of this. You learn something everyday.
    I see a lot of it up here. The euro immigrants do it, on RWA addition equipment, and some do it on FWA tractors.
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