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2014 John Deere 1790 | $102,500.00

  
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DESCRIPTION
COMING MARCH 2018. 2014 JD 1790 PLANTER, 31/15, CCS, MARKERS, PROSHAFT, RUBBER CLOSING WHEELS, PNEUMATIC DOWN FORCE, STEEL SCRAPERS, ROW CLEANERS, XP ROW UNITS, TWO POINT HITCH, 31 CORN AND BEAN PLATES
Price
$102,500.00
Year
2014
Make
John Deere
Model
1790
Rows
31
Row Spacing
15 in
Metering System
Vacuum
Hopper
Central Fill System
Row Command
No
New
Used
Other
English Operators Manual and Decal Kit, Central Commodity System - Two 50 Bu. Tanks, Tri-Fold Markers with 16 In. Notched Disk, Depth Gauging Band and Control Independent of Planter Lift, Seed Drive, Mechanical Transmission With Half-Width Disconnect, Two Point Hitch, Pro-Shaft Drive with Pro-Series XP Row Units, Tru-Vee Openers with Single Walking Gauge Wheels, Rubber Tire Closing Wheels, SeedStar Monitor System Less Tractor Harness, Less Display, Less Radar, Vacuum Level Sensor for SeedStar Monitor System, Regular Seed Tube with AccuCount Sensor, Pneumatic Down Force System, Steel Scrapers for Tru-Vee Openers, Unit Mounted Coulter with 0.63 In. 25 Fluted Blades, Regular Parallel Arms, Tire Scraper for Seed Metering Drive Wheel (1 Scraper), ProMax 40 Flat Disks, Soybean Seed Metering Disks
Serial Number
1A01790CHDA755231
Stock Number
176315
LOCATION



Plains Equipment Group
800-927-2151 | Email Seller

977 280TH
SEWARD, NE 68434
View Dealer
Matt Stracke
Sales
402-336-1800
Used Equipment Manager
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