Ebertfarms is right we really didn't like the job the JD heads did on the stalks.(plus it was only a year old when we traded our 2388) Our red head still does alot better job than my neighbors new JD head.
I think the adapter cost around 1500 by the time we had shafts made and the wiring.
Corn is making 116-140 so far. We only have about 130ac done. Feederhouse clutch went out lastnight and drier problems have really slowed us down plus a little rain.
It is an MT755 and yes that is our leg in the background.
That truck is nowhere close to legal, but were only hualing a half mile. Even if were hualing to the local elevator which is 12 miles away we really don't have to worry about the DOT, they like to sit around roads that go into Iowa and Illinois.
Nice Pics. In Nebraska we can run 15% overloaded and still be legal DURING HARVEST AND ONLY WHEN HAULING FROM THE FIELD. That is nice because you don't ever have to worryas much about getting a ticket for being over weight
Great pictures, like the big tires on the back, keep the John Deere. About the corn head, we have some that have CIH and run a John Deere corn head and the same the other way, it is what ever you think is best for you.
thats true....i know around here they really only pay attention to terminal elevators (like cargill)....they caught one guy who was hauling 65miles with a tandem and and a pup with the portable scales before he could pull into cargill and got weighed at 140K lbs....talk about a nice fine