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I was wondering if a 622f could be adapted over to a 9500. I have been looking at them online and notice they have the single shaft hookup. Are they all like this or can you order them the the old style. Your input would be appreciated. Thank you
 

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sure it can be done, like the previous post states, it will take some $$ to convert:

1. Changing to hooks on the feeder house to pick the head up and possibly ading a wedge kit.

2. Either change the combine to a single point connection or change the head to a the multi point hookups.

3. Add the nessecary bundle from john deere to read the hydraflex pressure and adjust the pressure.

4. Deere makes a kit to run the dial a matic system on the 600 heads, doesn't work the best. I would highly suggest buying the kit from headsight that allows you to run the newer header height contol system on a combine with dial a maitic.

jd
 
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