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Anyone ran a Deere and Mac ********** heads to compare the two?

I would like to upgrade to a Draper head. Deere combine. Has anyone run both derere and Mac don to compare them?

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We ran a Deere first then we ran a macdon. We own two macdon now absolutely love them. They just came out with the FD2 series with more flex...

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I purchased a FD70 pretty well used and did some simple repairs and it’s fantastic. The farmer I purchased it from thought he was doing bett...

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I demo’d a brand new JD two years ago and ended up going with a FD75 Macdon and I’ve been very happy. The Macdon is much more simple and has...

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If you like repairing broken light metal parts and all kinds of bad electrical sensors run a Deere. If you like a durable head with minimum ...

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Unless you have fore/aft tilt on your feederhouse the MacDon is the only way to go with the rocky hilltops we have. I run both FD70 and FD75...

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I am on very flat ground with ditching done to remove excess water. Will the Macdon flex enough going through the ditches at an anlge?

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Anyone run a HoneyBee draper head?

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Have not seen one running, but I saw the new model air flex at a dealership in Arkansas and I liked the looks of it, seems a lot lighter tha...

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We really like our MacDon FD75 was a couple years old when we bought it off a Case and now we run it on our Lexion 740

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There is a reason Macdon build's header's and is sold out quit often.

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