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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-31-2019, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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7810 power vs 8210

Can the 8.1 in a 7810 put out like the 8000 series 8.1, I pull a 30ft airdrill witha 250 bushel TBH cart and that 7810 works hard, even gets a little warm on hot days, so I don't want to turn up the pump. I want to use a MFWD Deere, and am looking at options

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There are only about 30hp apart, you should be able to turn up a 7810 a bit but its not gonna have the rad capacity of a 8000. I wouldn't even bother with the smaller framed 7810 when you look at the weights of the tractors. 8000 is gonna be a better pulling tractor by far.


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I assume you have the 7810, not an 8210? More hp is nice, but weight and cooling might be your issues
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I think it’s remarkable that your 7810 is pulling a 30’ air drill and only running warm on hot days! What’s the other jobs for this tractor? If you have to jump to an 8000 series frame might as well look at an 83xx or 84xx
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I run the 7810 because we don't have many acres. That tractor has paid for itself many times over. If I had a deeper wallet I would get an 8410, but an 8210 is coming up at a local Auction and no one that I know will part with their 8310/8410, just like this 7810 will never leave this farm.

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If it’s just short of weight and cooling then the 8210 likely is the ticket, and that one could be turned up reasonably safely, plus would do any job the 7810 is currently doing on the side
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