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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-29-2012, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
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what size tractor to pull a jd 1990ccs 30ft drill

what size tractor would be needed to pull a 1990ccs 30ft 7.5" row air drill, I have some hills and it would be no-till.
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Lots of options

There are a number of machines that could pull this. It really comes down to cost and design.

The John Deere 6000r series tractors could this in a breeze and the older John Deere 4960 might be a more cost effective alternative.

Not to mention the John Deere 8200

You have plenty of options here and they don't have to be from the green and yellow if that's not your thing.
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thanks for the input, Iam considering a new massey ferguson 7620, which has 180 engine hp, I just wanted to make sure it was enough
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We pull a 36' ccs with a 8200 no problem. 180hp or more is enough.
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