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The JOHN DEERE AH159703 spare part is a feeder house bottom that is an essential component of various John Deere combine harvester models. A feeder house is a section of the harvester that is responsible for picking up the crop from the field and feeding it into the threshing section of the machine where the grain is separated from the chaff. Feeder house bottoms are located at the bottom of the feeder house and act as a support for the crop as it moves through the machine.

The AH159703 feeder house bottom is made from high-quality materials that are designed to withstand the harsh conditions of the harvesting season. The part is coated with a special galvanized finish that protects it from corrosion, rust, and other types of damage. The feeder house bottom is also made to fit snugly into the machine and provides a sturdy base for the crop to pass through.

The AH159703 feeder house bottom is designed to fit various John Deere models including the 9650STS, 9750STS, 9660STS, 9760STS, 9860STS, and S690. This makes it a versatile spare part that can be used in a range of harvesting machines, making it a cost-effective option for farmers and agricultural contractors who use John Deere combine harvesters.

When it comes to the installation and maintenance of the AH159703 feeder house bottom, owners need not worry as the part is easy to install and maintain. The spare part is also easily accessible, making it easy to repair and replace if needed. However, it is essential to ensure that the installation is done correctly to avoid any damage to the machine and to ensure that the feeder house bottom is functioning correctly.

Overall, the JOHN DEERE AH159703 feeder house bottom is an essential spare part for any John Deere combine harvester owner. Its durability, versatility, and ease of installation make it a valuable investment for anyone looking to keep their machine running smoothly and efficiently.


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