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Not a Gleaner, but since it has a Gleaner cab... Saw the pictures on newagtalk... Apparently it is not an Agco machine, but the manufacturer Tribine Industries LLC uses parts from Agco. They have addresses near Mountridge KS and in Indiana. To be lauched at AgConnect. I expect a full report from those attending. I really think this could be a major game changer in the industry. No doubt this company (and patents) will be bought by a major, but it is likely to trigger some radical changes. It sure looks like the concept MF combine...
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Hmm, Interesting. I will be at AG connect so hopefully i will sneak a peek

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Just found out about this yesterday from one of the regular posters here.
Sure looks like a show stopper, you know, as long as its not just a model.

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The Massey picture and model look like the unload auger can unload either side. I would imagine that would be a show stopper for you Don
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There was this story a bunch of years ago I read about this guy who built a few articulating, 4wd, 1000bu hopper capacity combines.......I wonder if he has something to do with this one??
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i wonder if farmbuddy knows anything about this?
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It'd probably cost just under a million dollars, too! Interesting to look at, though.

Just slightly contrary to Agco's simple, light and efficient marketing strategy.
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I don't think it will ever turn sharp enough for Don though.....but just maybe they might have the controles not ass backwards looks interesting when I saw tribine I expected to have a third component behing tank a bailer...maybe that was on the other lowboy
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If it was an Agco product, it wouldn't be stopping in Macon mo on the way to Kc, and would be kept under better wraps than that....
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i wonder if farmbuddy knows anything about this?

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