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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-24-2008, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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936D or 636D?

Is the new JD draper going to make me wish I had one or make me glad I saved 18 grand by buying a 936D? Around my area it seems that JD was outselling Honeybee or Macdon 2 to 1 but now with there stupid model change and crazy increase in cost I say gloves are off and loyalty to a brand means nothing. Bring on the compitition.

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Re: 936D or 636D?

Don't know which is better, but you better have an 09 combine for the new headers or I hear it is about a 5 grand conversion to get older machines ready for the new heads.

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Re: 936D or 636D?

The 635d better be good we got 5 ordered and as for brand loyalty there price piont is right inline with macdons, they have a lot cool features on them with the new susp,and knife drives
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Re: 936D or 636D?

STS do you think you can cut soybeans in fairly flat ground with 636d ? which one has cool features?
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Re: 936D or 636D?

they both have cool features, but I was refer to the deere and yes i think you should be able to cut beans on fairly flat ground. We have cut field peas with 936ds and as long as there is now sharp dips they worked good, the new 635ds cut closer to the ground and with the auto header height should work really well.
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thanks for info I have never seen a draper in real life I guess were far behind down in this desert. If it doesn't rain pretty soon we won't have nothin to run it on.
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