4 Sale: John Deere Model 71 Planter - (2) Row w/ Electric Lift

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  1. Jayber

    Jayber New Member

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    John Deere Model 71 planter featuring:

    • 2-row, 30" spacing
    • Electric lift actuator - for use behind AVT/UTV........no need for tractor, 3-pt!
    • Long harness cable with convenient two-way switch
    • Heavy tool bar with top link adjuster - important for keeping your planter level
    • Yetter no-till coulters
    • Bi-lateral marker arm
    • Sprockets for population adjustment
    • Hopper baffles
    • New hopper parts: gates, springs, knockers, wheel, deflector
    • New drive chains
    • New cover blades
    • Corn & bean plates
    • Operator's manual

    Asking $1950, PM if interested

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  2. CentralKyHunter

    CentralKyHunter Active Member

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    Where u located ?
     
  3. Jayber

    Jayber New Member

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    North of St Paul, MN ~40 miles.
     
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    That's a nice little setup there.
     
  5. Lost Arrow

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    Did you covert it to run on electric?

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  6. Jayber

    Jayber New Member

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    I'm not sure what you're asking here. It's made with an electric lift actuator that has a wire harness and alligator clamps to attach to a battery (not supplied) for power.
     
  7. Lost Arrow

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    I know that most farm implements run off of hydraulics and that is why I was asking if you converted it from hydraulic to electric.
     
  8. Jayber

    Jayber New Member

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    I designed and built the toolbar from scratch.
     
  9. Lost Arrow

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    It's a very nice looking unit. It fits the atv implement niche well.
     
  10. Jayber

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    Thanks!

    Look remotely familiar?

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  11. Lost Arrow

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    I know that this is in the classifids section and that it is for sale but do you make numerous of these and sell them?
     
  12. Jayber

    Jayber New Member

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    Nope, she's one of a kind. I'm just an Engineer with a vision and the capability to follow through. :)

    I bought the 2 rows as a 3-pt hitch mount and had to rent a tractor for 2 years to get anything done. But I had an ATV, which motivated me to come up with a better way.
     
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    Kudos to you my friend it is a very impressive piece of equipment.
     
  14. JDLOVER

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    Do you still have this planter? I have tried to find something similar to this, but it really does not exist. If not, would you be willing to share how you built this? I think it would be the perfect implement for my deer hobby. Thanks.
     

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