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Which Timble drive? EZ Pilot, EZ Pro, Autopilot Motor Drive
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Posted 11/4/2018 00:03 (#7082711 - in reply to #7082097)
Subject: RE: Which Timble drive? EZ Pilot, EZ Pro, Autopilot Motor Drive

NW Ohio
Not all states do a VRS (virtual reference station or base) Some still use nearest tower.

You will not want the GFX750. There is no real cost savings with it. If your tractor were able to be steered via a CAN connection, it would be worth it. Being that it needs the valve, all sensors you still need a NAV III.

Are there any other functions that you would like to do later with this unit. Take this into account as the day you buy it, on the used market is about half what you pay for it.

You will need some sort of correction to get true accuracy/repeatability. If your state has a CORS network look into it. Very cost affective but you need decent cell reception. As for a pay service, Digifarm does have a large footprint and good service. Your other option is to purchase your own base. Used runs between $6000-10,000, New is $13045

Also, if you have COORS in your state... sure I'll take one.
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