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John Deere combines highlight BigIron auction

John Deere combines highlight BigIron auction

Two S670 combines were the top-selling items

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By Farms.com

Two John Deere combines were the top-selling items during a recent BigIron auction.

Out of 2,057 pieces of equipment sold during the Sept. 15 auction, two John Deere S670 combines were in the spotlight.

A 2013 John Deere S70 combine from Topeka, Kan., sold for US$141,250 (CAD$179,828) to a buyer from the same state after 137 bids.

Specs: 1,858 engine hours, 1,243 separator hours, Interim Tier 4 Engine, Dual Tires, Chopper, Long Auger, Grain Bin Extension 400 Bushel, Prem Cab, HID Lights, PRWD, Var Speed Feederhouse, 520/85R42 Duals, 600/65R28 REAR Tires, Header Extremity Lights, AutoTrac Complete With Harvest Monitor, GreenStar 3 2630 Display, 3 Speed Transmission, Electric Shift And Electric Brake, Powered Rear Axle, 2-Speed 4-Wheel Drive 110 KW Heavy Duty Tilt Cylinder, High Torque, Variable Speed Drive System With 3.15 In. (80 MM) Lift Cylinders, Large And Small Wire Round Concave, S-Series Cleaning Shoe, General Purpose Chaffer And Sieve With TouchSet.

A 2012 John Deere S670 combine from Fremont, Neb., sold for US$95,250 (CAD$121,269) to a buyer from Ontario, Canada, after 236 bids.

Specs: 1,990 engine hours, 1,367 separator hours, John Deere 9.0L 6-Cyl Turbo Diesel Engine, 373HP, Water Cooled Engine, 2WD, ProDrive Transmission, Sidehill Performance Package, Heavy Duty High Torque Variable Speed Drive, John Deere GreenStar 3 Touch Monitor, 22’ Unloading Auger, Block Heater, HID Lighting W/ Extremity Lights, Beacons, Maurer Bin Extension, Lateral Head Control, Rock Trap, Single-Point Hookup, Stalk Chopper, Power Fold Tailboard, Manual Adjust Vane Spreader, Reverser, Round Bar Concave, Deep Tooth Adjustable Chaffer, Tristream Rotor, Autrotrac Ready, Premium Integrated Cab & Radio, Air Ride Heated Seat, Heat/AC, Radio, Electric Park Brake, Refrigerator, Heated Power Mirrors, Buddy Seat, Fire Extinguishers, Operators Manual, Adjustable Rear Axle Spacing, Duals, Goodyear OptiTrac DT824 650/85R38 Front Tires, Goodyear Special Sure Grip 28L-26 Rear Tires.

A 2006 Case IH Magnum 305 MFWD tractor from Elm Creek, Neb., sold for US$89,500 (CAD$114,018) to a buyer from the same state after 157 bids.

Specs: 4,640 hours, Engine: Cummins 6 Cylinder Diesel, Transmission: Power Shift 18F, Tires: 480/70R30 & 620/70R42, Inner Rear Wheel Wts, 4SCV’s w/ Return, Drawbar, 1000 Pto, Front & Rear Work Lights, Rear Fender PTO Controls, Heat/AC, Stereo, Leather Seat, Training Seat, Front Duals, FM750 w/ Nav II Controller.

A 2008 International 7400 manure spreader truck from Rosalie, Neb., sold for US$85,250 (CAD$108,589) to a buyer from the same state after 149 bids.

Specs: 299 hours, 28,417 miles, Maxforce, Diesel, 2 Fuel Tanks, 100 Gal Fuel Capacity, Block Heater, Fuller Rt-8908LL, 10 Forward Speeds, 6x4 Drive, 221" To 262" Wheel Base, 60,000# Gross Vehicle Wt. Rating (GVWR), 20,000# Front Axle Lbs., 3.90 Gear Ratio, Differential Lock, 11R22.5 Front Tires, 11R22.5 Rear Tires, Duals, 22 Ton, Air Dryer, Heater, AC, Radio, Hendrickson Suspension, Reinforced Frame, West Point Design Spreadall Spreader Model TK22T, Plastic Floor & Sides, Slop Gate.

A 2009 John Deere 7730 MFWD tractor from Ord, Neb., sold for US$79,500 (CAD$101,336) to a buyer from Illinois after 163 bids.

Specs: 6,456 hours, 190 Eng Hp, 6.8L 6-Cylinder Diesel, Water Cooled Engine, IVT Transmission, (16) Forward Speeds, 540/Small 1000 PTO, Three Plus Power Beyond Auxiliary Hydraulics, 380/80R30 Front Tires, 480/80R42 Rear Tires, Rear Duals, 30" Tire Row Spacing, Rear Fenders, Outside Hitch Control, John Deere 746 Quick Attach Loader W/8' Bucket, Heater, AC, Radio, Buddy Seat, Operators Manual, Guidance Ready, Quick Hitch, Hydraulic Top Link, 5-Tine Grapple Fork, Joystick Controls.




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