Looking at a John Deere 7810 with 8000 hours on it, it seems quite tidy. I have seen one in Profi with 19000 hours. What should I look for in him? Also, how many reels do they have? If you have a front coupling, is a reel lost at the back?
Scapes can be a problem, crack and corrode, the worst case is to break between the elbow and fireplace of your fuel tank and air conditioning filter 🙁 cost around 1200 for the new system .
The upper axis of the 3-point connection is worn out like all JD 7810. You can have 4 reels 3 on the lift levers and 1 on the joystick. The front elevator is usually connected to quick couplers for optional use with a touch The front elevator to block it. I have run a few 78’s and I would recommend the TLS since the one we had was no horrible on the road.
Very good tractor. Buy it at 20,000 pounds and give it to a local installer independent of JD 10,000 pounds to solve any problem and it will 10,000 hours.
I would like a version of 50km / h but they are like chicken teeth.
The options of the wheels can be had in anything as well as a tractor of 175hp now,
The average mounting reel block outside the load detection could give other 3 reels, as well as the 4 it had to begin with,
JD 7810 – PowerShift, Powerquad, Autoquad, AutoPower Gerabox options,
A 4-wheel differential suitable in the 7000 Deeres series (Y),
The lifting capacity is bad, probably by what you said twice, but still raise a large plow of 6 rows,
The hydraulic system is poor, and there is no suspension in the cabin, although it is a large and comfortable seat.