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Old 10-17-2008, 10:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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besides 25 hp more in the 93, is there much difference b/w a 9280 and 9380? deciding b/w a 9280 - 20.8x42 trips w/ 5300 hrs and a 9380 700's duals and 3K hrs. the price differenc covers the hrs and years (1999 vs a 1994) just wondering if anyone knew of many differnces in the tractors or the N14 vs the 855. thanks.
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Old 10-17-2008, 03:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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does anyone know if the 9380 has a high output (or higher than the 9280) that would be capable of running a variable rate tank and fan along with maintaining lift capability? thanks.
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Old 10-19-2008, 09:23 AM   #3 (permalink)
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9300 large frame tractors offered an option 60 gal system (std is 30) what it does is it uses the gear (charge pump) pump to supply oil to two remotes and the piston pump to supply the other two remotes. Then you can run the seeder off of the piston pump(closed center) and then raise and lower the drill with the gear pump(open center).
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Old 10-27-2008, 08:27 AM   #4 (permalink)
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We had a 1992 9280, logged about 6000 hrs on it then upgraded to a 1998 9380 with about 5000 hrs so far. Its only job is to pull 53 feet of JD 1820 drill and a 340 bu tank. The 9280 would run the fan, but would not lift the frame out of the ground. While the 9380 can run the fan and lift the frame in a reasonable amount of time. Hard to notice the 25 hp difference I found. I think any difference we seen was due to the tires going from 42" on the 9280 to 32" on the 9380. We have the suitcase weights front and back, leveled to about a 60/40% front/back. It is d**n near impoossible to make the wheels break 15% slip.

Overall, we are just as impressed with the 9300 series as we were with the 9200 series. Especially like some of the things they did with the cab, like the seat controls, and auxillary 12V power ports. The 'hole' to run monitor cables from inside the cab to the equipment is MUCH improved, it can allow large sized flat plugs through it. That is for sure something I won't miss about the 9200 series.

The 9300 series seems to run cooler engine temps as well. The only problem we had really with the 9380 was the hood latch. Doesn't keep the hood tight enough and it wears out from wigglying and eventually we have to replace the latch. Not much of an adjustment on the latch.

As far as steigermans post about the optional hydralic system, I have no idea if we have that, and if we do, how can I tell?
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:43 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks guys. They dropped the 9380 at the farm last week. It looks nice sitting in the yard. Should be fun to hook it to the air drill next spring. 2800 hrs. Dealer calls it a 2000??the fuel pump has a 1998 stamp?? Either way should be a good machine for what we are looking for. More importantly, it is a local tractor that has not been abused so it should be good for a while. Straight synchro mesh 12 speed which should leave plenty of hydraulic for running the drill. I'll let you know how it works out next spring.
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Old 12-13-2008, 11:22 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Had a 9380 Quad this spring for about 100hrs. We were pulling a SDX40 Double Shoot with a ADX3380 variable rate cart. Fan would drop about 2000rpm when raising the openers. We were constantly plugging seed runs. I set the relief pressure higher then factory and that did help some. Bought a different tractor and that helped more.
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Old 12-15-2008, 07:09 PM   #7 (permalink)
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my uncle has a 9380 he blew the head put of it 2-3 yrs ago and the hydralic pump out of it last year so be careful with it
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