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Machine Grade Control for Deere 650H Dozer

Discussion in 'Integrated Machine Control' started by ilcorngrower, Jun 13, 2016.

  1. ilcorngrower

    ilcorngrower Active Member

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    I am a new poster to the site and wondering about integrated machine control if there are any systems out there that we can install on our Deere 650H or 750C dozer? My dad has been in the dirt business since 1984 and we are not up on the latest technology. I believe a grade control system would help us improve efficiency and get us more competitive on certain applications. It would be nice to integrate a system into our existing fleet. Any suggestions or experience is appreciated. - Jon
     
  2. atsonej

    atsonej New Member

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    Local Deere Dealer

    Get a hold of West Side tractor, I believe they should be your local deere dealer, they have a Machine control specialist that should be able to help you navigate the various brands.