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Potential fresh ideas from new members. New ideas from experencied members.
Plus, Claas is deaf sometimes, need to turn up the volume!


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Plus, Claas is deaf sometimes, need to turn up the volume!
They certainly are on the Auger and Steering circle issues.

The engineers should try turning in row crop work in cotton fields...........

They would be two easy quick updates to improve the product............


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Bigger def tank....or get rid of it all together. It wouldn't last two long days for us....new ones may be better
Make it turn sharper I realize this is hard with the long wheelbase wide machine
Make grain tank access better we made a ladder to make it easier but everyone else has one they should come with it.
Stone trap needs to made to clean out easier. Maybe we got spoiled from our CX....no digging it just all fell out.
Make feeder house quieter. I know they are working on it. Just need to work on reliability.......
Hopper window. Seems to be a problem with more then claas though
Faster unload would be nice.
Now a few small creature comforts.....put an actual antenna on for radio. Make a all in one touch screen/gps I hate having more then one screen to look at. Find a way to keep c/motion handle tight.
That's all I can think of for now
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Dealer support here. With no dealer support the trade value here is crap even at a Claas what could be the best combine on the market almost as popular as a horny fat chick in a bikini at a church bingo party.

So much for this thread being used at the next Claas board members meeting
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So much for this thread being used at the next Claas board members meeting
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Eventually they need to beef up the whole drive sytem like increasing shaft and bearing sizes to meet the demands of the higher horse power. The impeller wear kits and knife arrangement on the dogs tongue at the enterance of the rotors should be standard on all new machines. The feeding at the impeller rotor area needs to be completely solved.
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Full impeller kit standard, faster unloaded that runs slower so bigger tube or conveyor would be better yet. Quite feederchain. Tighter turning, better or more cleaning and seperating. Chaff spreaders that don't shoot into chopper.
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I would like the option to put in a Sunnybrook cylinder from factory.

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