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Cat 470 combine specs are not working for me. I recently bought a farm, and had all my combine specs transferred over from the former farmer. All seems well, except for the seeding. Im still getting warnings for not having combine specs. What can i do to fix this?

I was able to find a user manual online but it does not work. It says it is based on the specs. Does anyone know the actual specs to this? Can i edit the combine specs or do i have to buy the new ones that the dealer sd were necessary?

Thanks for your help

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@bjmitch that makes me wonder why you did that or why you bought a new combine.

The only thing I would be concerned about with your combine is the ability of your grn tank to hold water. If it is not working or the water just will not flow through the tank in the manner in which it is supposed to then you need to fix that problem. It is possible that it is a bad meter reading and/or not sensing the right level.

You can have your combine specs transferred but you would need to buy a new combine if your grn tank cannot hold water. It is not going to be good if the combine does not know that it cannot hold water.

I'd have it checked out and get some new combine specs if it's not working. If the combine doesn't have enough water to do the job, it will need new specs. Just ask the local dealer, they can help you find what you need.

You need specs for a combine you are buying. No dealer will give you specs for a combine you already own.

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If it's a brand new combine, you'll need the specifications for the manufacturer, model, and year that it was built.

I'd have it checked out and get some new combine specs if it's not working. If the combine doesn't have enough water to do the job, it will need new specs. Just ask the local dealer, they can help you find what you need.

You need specs for a combine you are buying. No dealer will give you specs for a combine you already own.

I think the guy was buying a used combine. If that is the case, then the dealer can get the specs off the website. They may charge to transfer that info but that's no biggie. The dealer might need to make adjustments to the spec sheet or they may charge you more to do the work.

A new combine will not have the specs you are looking for. At this time, unless the guy was building it himself, a new combine is not legal.

The only time you need specs for a combine is if you are planning on building it yourself. I am assuming you are not? If you are, then you will need the specs.

You need specs for a combine you are buying. No dealer will give you specs for a combine you already own.

I think the guy was buying a used combine. If that is the case, then the dealer can get the specs off the website. They may charge to transfer that info but that's no biggie. The dealer might need to make adjustments to the spec sheet or they may charge you more to do the work.

A new combine will not have the specs you are looking for. At this time, unless the guy was building it himself, a new combine is not legal.

Thanks for your reply. Do you know the source for this info? I know that on most new combines the manufacturers give the specs to the dealers. The specs that were listed are what the dealer found on the net.

You need specs for a combine you are buying. No dealer will give you specs for a combine you already own.

I think the guy was buying a used combine. If that is the case, then the dealer can get the specs off the website. They may charge to transfer that info but that's no biggie. The dealer might need to make adjustments to the spec sheet or they may charge you more to do the work.

A new combine will not have the specs you are looking for. At this time, unless the guy was building it himself, a new combine is not legal.

Thanks for your reply. Do you know the source for this info? I know that on most new combines the manufacturers give the specs to the dealers. The specs that were listed are what the dealer found on the net.

The source is an article that I found online a few days ago. Just to clarify, I have not heard from the guy yet. I just want to make sure I don't mislead him.

I think the guy was buying a used combine. If that is the case, then the dealer can get the specs off the website. They may charge to transfer that info but that's no biggie. The dealer might need to make adjustments to the spec sheet or they may charge you more to do the work.

A new combine will not have the specs you are looking for. At this time, unless the guy was building it himself, a new combine is not legal.

Thanks for your reply. Do you know the source for this info? I know that on most new combines the manufacturers give the specs to the dealers. The specs that were listed are what the dealer found on the net.

The source is an article that I found online a few days ago. Just to clarify, I have not heard from the guy yet. I just want to make sure I don't mislead him.

I think the guy was buying a used combine. If that is the case, then the dealer can get the specs off the website. They may charge to transfer that info but that's no biggie. The dealer might need to make adjustments to the spec sheet or they may charge you more to do the work.

A new combine will not have the specs you are looking for. At this time, unless the guy was building it himself, a new combine is not legal.

I think the guy was buying a used combine. If that is the case, then the dealer can get the specs off the website. They may charge to transfer that info but that's no biggie. The dealer might need to make adjustments to the spec sheet or they may charge you more to do the work.

A new combine will not have the specs you are looking for. At this time, unless the guy was building it himself, a new combine is not legal.

The source is an article that I found online a few days ago. Just to clarify, I have not heard from the guy yet. I just want to make sure I don't mislead him.

If it was built in the last ten years, it's the factory's specs that will be listed. We did several new combine auctions last spring and all of them had the same basic numbers. If it is a dealer, you can check his website and print out a copy of the specs for your records. You may find some "aftermarket" additions to it to change it to your specifications, but the specs listed on factory sites are the same.

All of the specs should have been listed in the ads.

"I have spent my entire adult life building machines. That is why I'm a machine builder and not a farmer."

The source is an article that I found online a few days ago. Just to clarify, I have not heard from the guy yet. I just


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