A 9500 folds way narrower then a 8910 or 9400 and is built like a tank and rated to pull big tanks behind and put 600-700hp on the front. 9500 looks like it’s built to last a 100yrs and is ready for the first 800hp tractor
Another thing that is nice about the 9500 is the spacing between the front and back tires on the mid-frame for transport. we currently run a 9400 and all of the weight is on the back tires because they are so far forward (all the weight on 4 tires). The 9500 upgraded that which is waaaay nicer. also, our 9400 is fairly wide on the road.
Have run a 40' SPS in the fall with a 7950 tank banding fertilizer. used a 485 quad and running at 6.3mph at 95% engine load. Had 3" tips and going 2-3/4" to 3" deep. Had the 600 quad on it and it was at 90% load pulling an 6.9mph. I really liked the job it did. But I know different soils /conditions are different for everyone. One other thing about the 9400 and 9500 bourgault chisels is that the 9400 was only up to 60'...9500 can go to 70' wide
Hello, I'm having trouble with the transmission on a MT525B, it jolts into a gear and then stops driving and displays the codes T1.10 and T1.37, does no move forward or reverse after that.
Does anyone know if it can be fixed with a calibration or what the codes mean?
have an electrical glitch in my 540c, several times over a hundred operating hours the unit shuts down completely. boom no warning, hit the key and it starts right back up! hope the computer has recorded a code or something. have no idea were to start looking. did the power connection tighten...
Has anyone made any mods to redirect the airflow to the outside of the sieves at the from. On my 660 it seems to have quite a dead spot at the front outside corners of the sieve thus causing it to load up until it creates enough air pressure to life the material on the sieve. I am thinking of...
Picked up a 560c last year going through it pre harvest and wondering if there is anything out of the ordinary i should be looking for on this unit. Or anything everyone changes out or does before you hit the field.