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I'm going to guess they are built more like the 1293's were, a little lighter & cheaper than the current 612C's...
 

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I am not sure, I don't know a lot about deere corn heads but i am pretty sure that it is the exact same thing as a 600 series corn head. 600's don't have any berings on the front of the stalk rollers do they?

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thats strange .. i doubt it will last long like the big frontier disks they sold some from 20 - 40 ft ones for like 6 months then they canceled them
 

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Frontier's CH21 Series and CH22 Series Corn Heads have been designed to provide increased wide-row corn head options that complement the current John Deere corn head model mix. The CH2112 and CH2208 Corn Heads provide the high-capacity and productivity features growers are looking for in the unique wide-row configuration.

These corn heads utilize John Deere row units, a similar design, and a frame with rugged construction to deliver durability and dependability second to none.

CH2112 is a 12-row non-chopping model with 36-in. or 38-in. row spacing.

CH2208 is an 8-row chopping model with 36-in. or 38-in. row spacing.

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Thanks for the info. I'm still at a loss why they're branded Frontier, though. What's wrong with slapping Deere stickers on them?

To post pics you first have to upload them to a hosting service like Photobucket or Imageshack. From there it's pretty straightforward; just copy/paste the provided link into your post.
 

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Frontier corn heads are made by Oxbo for Deere.They use some Deere components as well as some Oxbo.The are geared mainly to Southern farmers who use wide row equipment.
 
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