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The first time I was in our 7810 I could not get it to move ..... could not figure out what the **** was going on .... finally after shutting it off and giving up I noticed this red lever on the left hand side of the steering column that had a f and an r on it ......we’ll come to a shuttle shift lol

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we never ran the 9 series but the 4 and 7 we drove mostly, never brought them to canada as they are little too much luxury for a grain farm imo, but rowcrop or livestock I would want to own one.
maybe a 1050 might be nice on a big planter although i'd think the frame might be too light to work with a db 80 or bigger

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How in the **** are they allowed to still make 7810s and sell them ? That engine would not make emissions standards would it ? Dads has 18450 hrs and is still running strong .... well itís getting tired but it has been an awesome tractor with very little in repairs ......,I canít see them making them and selling them in Russia but I donít know much
You think Russia worries about emissions and carbon footprint !? I seen many new 7810ís and was told that is where they were going.

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How in the **** are they allowed to still make 7810s and sell them ? That engine would not make emissions standards would it ? Dads has 18450 hrs and is still running strong .... well itís getting tired but it has been an awesome tractor with very little in repairs ......,I canít see them making them and selling them in Russia but I donít know much
Because luckily for us pollution in the atmosphere doesn't cross borders. It allows our companies to continue to profit from selling the efficient, reliable and dirty machines to the rest of the world while also selling us machines and a constant supply of parts that don't pollute the air we ourselves breathe. It's a win-win situation, for some industries.
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Because luckily for us pollution in the atmosphere doesn't cross borders. It allows our companies to continue to profit from selling the efficient, reliable and dirty machines to the rest of the world while also selling us machines and a constant supply of parts that don't pollute the air we ourselves breathe. It's a win-win situation, for some industries.
Sorry to get way off topic, but the same can be said for manufacturing and resource extractions all over the first world with regulations and taxes. Where we continually force such industries off shore into jurisdictions with no such regulations or oversight, with the final result being worse for the environment and workers than if the industries had remained here with slightly less onerous regulations.
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I know Russia doesn’t give a **** about pollution but man that pisses me off that a tractor that everyone wants is still being made and sold else where and we get all of that emissions garbage rammed down our throats 😡😡😡😡...... build a tractor in the usa, can’t sell it in the us or Canada , but sell it overseas where the emissions float back over the ocean air and back too us .... good job 👏👏👏👏..... and let’s not start on about the factories built to manufacture... dpf,def, egr , the hundreds of sensors per engine, fancy variable turbos , and the billions in computers to diagnose and repair the emissions, and the billions and billions and billions that are spent driving, hauling , dragging this **** to town for fucking repairs 😡😡😡😡😡..... .. this all in the thread about me considering a fendt .. which is known to have a lot of computer type stuff on it lol
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That’s how I felt when I seen them

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time to start selling glider tractors....
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time to start selling glider tractors....
Time to get rid of the EPA, or at least their huge and unnecessary footprint on agriculture.
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Fixx does the 7810 have a different engine than the 7730? Are the 7730 known to have bad engines or do you think you got a lemon?

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