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Ty24863 is what we put on our 8960. It is for a 6” intake pipe otherwise you can get a turbo 2 precleaner but the John Deere one is about half the price

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Ty24863 is what we put on our 8960. It is for a 6 intake pipe otherwise you can get a turbo 2 precleaner but the John Deere one is about half the price
Thx for lead on the part number. I did I bit more investigating and found this. I think Im on the right track now.

https://t.jdparts.deere.com/partsmkt...recleaners.htm

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We have a 9560r and fill the hydraulic oil through the transmission fill. Makes it much easier then taking that shield off up top. Just have the tractor running. One guy putting oil in and the other watching the hydraulic site glass on the passenger side
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I thought it was a pip,parts supplied just cost of labor. Did it on my 9560R world of difference. The hydraulic tank position keeps your beverage warm in cup holder. Also there is a reflective floor liner that helps keeps the cab a little cooler
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I thought it was a pip,parts supplied just cost of labor. Did it on my 9560R world of difference. The hydraulic tank position keeps your beverage warm in cup holder. Also there is a reflective floor liner that helps keeps the cab a little cooler
I’ll have to ask my salesmen. But when I brought it up the first time he basically said they never had one in the dealership. Which I still can’t figure that one out. Researched it on interweb and talked multi people in my area about the precleaner but yet my dealer has never sold one in the last 7 years. Weird.
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Is Agland your local dealer? They installed the precleaner on a 9560R for us. Definitely helped.
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When I called on the one we got the dealer couldn’t believe they were as cheap as they are. Finally ordered it in to see what they looked like
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I showed the local dealer the precleaner parts document and he had never heard of it and I'm still waiting to hear back from him. Anything would be an improvement on the worst air cleaner system I have seen.

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I thought it was a pip,parts supplied just cost of labor. Did it on my 9560R world of difference. The hydraulic tank position keeps your beverage warm in cup holder. Also there is a reflective floor liner that helps keeps the cab a little cooler
my 9300 cup holder on floor actually cooled my drinks, are the R series the same as far as floor cup holders,or is it the one on the console that warms the drinks, thanks
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Pop the vents out in the ceiling and stick cans up there. Farming fixing fabricating on YouTube showed it in a video

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