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Posted 6/19/2022 08:48 (#9711946 - in reply to #9711775)
Subject: RE: John Deere 8300 guidance

NE part of SW Iowa

I'm just going to throw this out there:

If you are leaning towards integrated steering, because you are tired of the noise and clunking of an older Ez-steer unit (on steering wheel); you shouldn't compare that older design to the "new stuff" .

I've just installed 2 Ag Leader Steadysteer systems, and used the JD8410 SteadySteer for 2 days replanting soybeans (Hailed out) and you can't even hardly hear the MDU (Motor Drive Unit) over the engine noise at 1750 rpms. ( AND I don't listen to the radio; so that wasn't muffling any noise, either)

I was very impressed, on very low noise levels, and how well it steered, even using WAAS and an older GPS1600 reciever (but it is 10 Hz capable = minimum necessary for SteadySteer)

Note: used to have an older Ez-steer (came with the used JD8410 tractor) so I know the additional noise they can create.

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