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    I couldn't and wouldn't do this

    This is what some wheat farmers would do to meet their needs. They coupled tractors together. Some welding shops were known to specialize in this sort of thing.

    Edit: Didn't know that a video of this particular combination of 830's had been posted a couple years back.



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    I hadnt seen any with a second gen cab on them like that before or with a middle set of duals. Creative points I guess, what I would give sometimes to have that much spare time haha

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    Don Dufner's "830 Special"!
    There's a video of it plowing at a show & another of closeup narration about it. ~~ Lowell
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    It has been years ago now, but I have seen several 830 doubles in parades in North Dakota wheat country.
    I think there was a kit to do that with. But never knew if it was a JD kit or aftermarket.......

    Supposedly they were quite popular there for a long while....

    Good luck

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