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Run 8360rt on our 1000 bu Brandt cart, awesome cart tractor with ivt. Like it much better than 9460r 4wd with 800 duals. No concerns with width and is smooth running through field compared to wheeled machine.

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Having run/owned an IVT and driven a Claas CVT I believe all other transmission types should be illegal.

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Running the foot pedal all day is a non issue. If so, use preset cruise speeds. No different than driving your pickup around all day, same footpedal, same result when stepped on !!
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I personally like the two track models on a cart, you dont have to watch the headers as much and maneuverability is great.
I think they are one of the toughest tractors for a cart you have no steering pins to wear or hinge pins
I must say that my cart operators really like the two track on the cart, and we have used quad-tracs/710's/800's over the years so pretty much have experience with it all. The two tracks are very maneuverable when needed and track very straight so require almost no babysitting to follow the line.

800's are the least desirable of them all IMO.

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Same here. Can’t beat the 2 tracks on a cart.

We need to step up to a pair of 2000’s so pretty much need that much tractor any ways.

Does suck the hours that pile on in a season.
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Anyone ever see one of these operate? I remember reading about them in a farm magazine in the early 90s. Basically a Case 2670 but the auger drive is hydrostatic so auger can be sped up or slowed down. Supposed to be able to unload in less than 2 minutes but that's all I remember about the things.
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I run a quadtrac on my cart. love it, can stay quite a ways away. as far as speed, I make the cart go a constant speed and fill with the combine. its so much easier. Cart guy just sets his autosteer and throttle. No OOPS or spills!
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Bad thing another Quadtrac is you can get too close with cart, makes a crease in the auger. 710 duals, no chance at getting that close.
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In Australia CTF and no duals on grain carts has been the norm for probably 15 years. We used to have steiger on cart running everywhere and the compaction was horrendous. Its 350hp track or wheel on singles staying on 3 metre tracks and it works. Chaser bins with unloading convenyors so they stay on the track are very common.
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Bad thing another Quadtrac is you can get too close with cart, makes a crease in the auger. 710 duals, no chance at getting that close.
But mashing into the headers no prob?

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