John Deere S-Series Combines (S550, S660–S690) Cleaning Guide
John Deere offers a variety of tire, wheel, and track options to match soil, terrain and front-end equipment requirements. When selecting the tire that best matches the harvesting application consider the tire size, load index and inflation pressure ride characteristics desired. Reference the charts below tire designation definitions.
As part of John Deere’s continuous efforts to improve the value and performance of the S-Series Combines the following enhancements are being added to model year 2017 machines. These changes are being made to ensure the highest levels of grain quality, specifically when harvesting high-moisture corn (above 25 percent moisture). Extensive field testing confirms that much of the kernel damage in these conditions is not the result of the threshing section of the machine, but rather parts in front of the rotor or high tailings volumes.
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John Deere Combine Delivering S-Series Combine Distinction
New for model year 2017, the 9R Wheel Ag and Scraper Special Tractors will feature a redesigned composite fuel tank. Formed from the same material as the 9RX and 9RT fuel tanks, the new 9R Wheel composite tank's sloped design improves the aesthetics of the 9R and also improves the rear and rear-side visibility from the operator seat.
New mobile apps - MyOperations(TM) app and MyAnalyzer(TM) app
Now accessing Operations Center and JDLink Connect data from a smartphone in the field and on the go is possible with a new mobile experience. The MyOperations and MyAnalyzer apps provide an innovative way to gain on-demand insights with daily work summaries, field productivity, machine efficiency, and job quality details, along with historical field operations. These apps will be available on 29 August 2016.