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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-20-2008, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Getting rid of CAT tracks for Deere Tracks

Getting rid of a cat 95E for a John Deere 9520T went to see the tractor yesterday and can't wait

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Looks good. Good luck tell us how u like it.
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:Thumbup: Congrats

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Curious how you'll like it over the Cat. Have heard some guys say they like the Cat better, esp. on turns. More so on the row-crop machines than the bigs, IIRC.

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Did you guys see that TEREX bought ASV?
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No I didn't.

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How is the ride quality on the 9000T deeres? I have a friend that patented an air ride cab conversion for the 8000T's, he is currently working on a set up for the 9000T's and Cat 35,45,55 tractors. It really saves on the cab and any monitors that are in it.
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I've thought that should've been standard a LONG time ago. The ride is worse than a lot of big trucks. I'd like to see it on the wheeled machines as well. Combines, too.

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Big John(9520T) has arrived showed up today and other than the fact it was gelled up due to cold weather and some biodiesel I loved it instantly as soon as it got off the trailer I drove it around the country for a while and the ride is excellent and when it got back to the shop I did my first upgrade as I do to the rest of the tractors and installed the cd player hope to get pictures of some of the equiptment I use and run posted soon.

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Congrats on the tractor. On our 65e we learned that keeping the air bags up around 85 pounds it makes a world of difference on ride quaility. I love the e series challengers, but if I had to get a new one Id be with you on Deere.

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