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Which add-on auto steer is best?

Deere?  Raven? Trimble? Other?

 

Reliability, dealer support, ease of upgrading, consistant accuracy, user friendliness and price are important. 

 

Comments welcome, and thanks. 

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Re: Which add-on auto steer is best?

I asked a similar question on the precision ag heading. I have had really good support from anything agleader or trimble. I've heard good things about outback. some of the earlier deere stuff was not the best. My biggest gripe is that they are not always compatible with each other. I will almost certainly get some type of agleader, 'cause I have some of their stuff already. My problem... 12 row planter and 8 row cornhead. I don't mind "driving the mark" ,but my combine drivers are not of the same opinion.

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Re: Which add-on auto steer is best?

Thanks.  I've posted the question in the other place and didn't get much help.  Thanks for your perspective.

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Re: Which add-on auto steer is best?

We are running a Trimble easy pilot on casein 7010 combine. Works great in beans going to find out if it will work with a headlight setup for corn. Easy to setup and impressive even with wass signal.made for a easy bean harvest, even worked running in mud
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