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Old 06-13-2013, 03:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Connect Trimble 750 to 9030 Deere

Have a greenstar/autotac ready 9530 here, selling a tractor so I want to switch the 750 or to this unit.

Anybody know what I need to hook it up?
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Old 06-13-2013, 06:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've done something similar. I moved a 750 out of a Case MX into a JD 8530. The JD was autotrac ready so I used the JD steer valve and everything else is the Trimble system. That includes antenna, nav controller, wheel angle sensor,and screen. Had to purchase what Trimble called a platform, which is basically a wiring harness, to connect the JD steer valve into the Trimble system. Cost a lot for what it is.
Local Trimble dealer set it up. Had a few problems to start with. Mainly software to do with the steer valve. All good now and steers perfectly. My system is on RTK and I have a Trimble base station which is why I wanted to keep the 750 rather then go to Greenstar.
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