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TractorFixerGuy
Posted 1/8/2012 22:08 (#2150905)
Subject: john deere 7000 planter monitor


Freeburg IL
I have a john deere 7000 8 row planter with a 7 row 7100 splitter behind it. I am curently running two monitors. A john deere computer trac 100 on the front 8 row, and a dickey john on the rear 7 row. neither of these monitors are reliable at all. I often will have a row fail and the monitor won't tell me. very frustrating. I would like to go to one monitor for both planters and was wondering what you all would recommend. Any thoughts apreciated
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90_pere
Posted 1/8/2012 22:39 (#2150990 - in reply to #2150905)
Subject: Re: john deere 7000 planter monitor


Sheridan, IL
I have a computer trac 200 for sale in classifieds. My email is in my profile.
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Schlick55
Posted 1/8/2012 22:41 (#2150994 - in reply to #2150905)
Subject: Re: john deere 7000 planter monitor


Clear Lake, IA
We have a Deere 7200 and pulled all the factory stuff off and put on AgLeader. We have the vac shut offs, seed tube scence, etc. We have a bunch of point rows and the shut offs paid for themselves in about a year on 1300 acres. We run everything off of a Inegera, we also spray and harvest with this monitor. If you have a good AgLeader guy in your area you will be impressed how nice of a system he can set you up with.
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Gerald J.
Posted 1/9/2012 02:15 (#2151293 - in reply to #2150905)
Subject: Re: john deere 7000 planter monitor



You have to keep the seed tube sensor CLEAN and check them to see if they really work. Their glass window tends to get frosted then they see poorly.

Gerald J.
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TractorFixerGuy
Posted 1/9/2012 07:49 (#2151415 - in reply to #2151293)
Subject: Re: john deere 7000 planter monitor


Freeburg IL
I have replaced some of the sensors and those rows are unreliable as well, so I don't think thats the problem
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SD-455
Posted 1/9/2012 08:26 (#2151464 - in reply to #2150905)
Subject: RE: john deere 7000 planter monitor


Northeast Indiana (Auburn)
I have a M3 monitor from Agri-tronix. It has the ability to program two setups. I set one setup for the planter and one for the drill.
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ayrporte
Posted 1/9/2012 12:50 (#2151831 - in reply to #2151464)
Subject: RE: john deere 7000 planter monitor


Eastern Ont
+2
We have the M3 on the planter/splitter also
It has 2 settings we have one set at 8 and the other set at 15rows
You will have to get a cable and y for the M3
I think it was around a $1000 for the monitor
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