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Anyone have insight on these machines or any good guesses where price is gonna end up on them?
 

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$406,000 for the one at Schapansky auction today 2016 JD 9620RX Quad Track Tractor w/ 1360 hrs., P/S trans., 5 hyds., PTO, A/S return line, tow cable, Starfire 3000 GPS sn 1RW9620RVGP801054
 

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I bid on one out of North Dakota with 600hrs and it ended up selling for 425 CAD. Will be interesting to see where these ones end up. Also, Pattison has a couple with 1000hrs listed for 475ish, so there is no way they should go over that mark.
 

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Which models have the Cummings engine and have these engines worked well in these tractors?
The 9620 and 9570 have the Cummins. They are alright. Torque curve isn't as nice as the JD engine. But they (JD engine) kept blowing head gaskets when the tried to up the hp so for now the cummins run the two biggest ones.

If you buy any of these tractors keep in mind a couple of things. There are two large PIP's out on the two big ones (620, 570) in the first couple production years. One is a big deal. The transmission has a major recall and requires a tear down to replace faulty input shafts/gears. Make sure they're done before the recall period is over. Another that is a bigger job but not fatal to the operation is a noise PIP in the hydraulics. When running a continuous hydraulic motor (air drill fan, etc) it has an excessive amount of cab noise. The PIP is to address it and requires a fair amount of disassembly.
 

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Wavesofgrain do you think the Deere with the Cummins pulls better in the hills and is a better tractor than the STX with the Small Iveco?
 

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The 9620 and 9570 have the Cummins. They are alright. Torque curve isn't as nice as the JD engine. But they (JD engine) kept blowing head gaskets when the tried to up the hp so for now the cummins run the two biggest ones.

If you buy any of these tractors keep in mind a couple of things. There are two large PIP's out on the two big ones (620, 570) in the first couple production years. One is a big deal. The transmission has a major recall and requires a tear down to replace faulty input shafts/gears. Make sure they're done before the recall period is over. Another that is a bigger job but not fatal to the operation is a noise PIP in the hydraulics. When running a continuous hydraulic motor (air drill fan, etc) it has an excessive amount of cab noise. The PIP is to address it and requires a fair amount of disassembly.
Are you sure about the head gasket issue. I've heard that spouted before and am wondering what evidence there is of this.
I was told that the 13.5 litre Deere wouldn't meet emissions at shift points.

What I've gleaned is these tractors are obviously too light and unbalanced causing too much slip. Not to mention loud and hard on fuel. With Case quads actually pulling a lot better but new ones not without issue.

Versy being the heaviest and maybe the best choice of the quads.
 
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