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Case IH sprayer takes centre stage at Ritchie Bros. auction

Auction took place on June 24

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A 2012 Case IH sprayer highlighted a Ritchie Bros. auction in Abbey, Saskatchewan on June 24 after it sold for more than $220,000.

The 2012 Case IH Patriot 3330 120ft. high clearance sprayer sold for $222,500.

Specs: 1,850 hours, 1000 gal stainless steel tank, 5 nozzle bodies, fence row nozzles, rinse tank, AFS Pro 700 display, 262 receiver, AccuGuide autosteer, hyd axle adj, 650/65R38, (5) Sensor Raven UltraGlide AutoBoom, AccuBoom, Aim Command, 3 in. frt fill.

A 2013 John Deere 7200R MFWD tractor sold for $162,500.

Specs: 2,190 hours, H480 ldr w/bkt, grapple, joystick, frt axle susp, CommandQuad Eco LH rev, diff lock, GS3 CommandCenter display, CommandView II cab, 4 hyd outlets, aux hyd option, 540/1000/1000E PTO, Q/C 3 pt hitch, HID lighting, rear wheel weights, 540/65R34 F, 650/85R348 R, fender 3 pth & PTO ctrls, Webasto eng htr.

A 2000 John Deere 9400 4WD tractor sold for $69,000.

Specs: 8,942 hours, powershift, diff lock, 5 hyd outlets, aux hyd, frt wheel weights, rear wheel weights, 710/70R42, duals.

A 2006 John Deere 9660STS combine sold for $52,000.

Specs: 3,759 engine hours, 2,639 separator hours, reverser, VSR, auto HHC, F&A, rock trap, long auger, grain tank exts, fine cut chopper, yield & moisture, GreenStar display, AutoTrac autosteer, 30.5LR32 F, 18.4R26 R.

A 2014 John Deere 635F 35ft. HydraFlex header sold for $40,000.

Specs: to fit 60 series & newer Combine, P/U reel, hyd F&A, dividers, AWS-2000 air reel, full fingered auger, HHS sensors.


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