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Field report on CIH MX120

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Posted by kev@ia on June 10, 2001 at 21:15:12 from (

This is by far the best tractor I have used for planting, pulled a 12/13 row Black Machine with Dawn row cleaners with ease, power shift and reverser very handy for getting started streight, 24 row headlands. Ran a hyd drive spray pump with the hyd flow way down, the preasure/compinsating pump is a great feature . The quiet cab made sure I stayed awake till the sun went down or we got rained out again.
Other tractors planted with, JD 2840, 2950,3155, pulling a twelve row deere. IH 340, 460, 544, varous 2 male corn planters, 656 Hydro pulled a 6 row 7000 deere, not a bad setup but noisey.
The big snag on the MX was a belt drive Ace spray pump wont fit with out mods, the hyd drive worked so well I dont care now.
The factory moniter mount was lame so I made my own, it uses just the front two pillir bolts and is much easier to see than one you have to turn 90 deg to look at.
Im not saying it is the best but it can't be far behind! Ill ansure questions on this machine when I can.

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