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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-28-2015, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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Lexion 740TT or Deere 670?

Hi I currently have a 2013 claas 740TT and next season i'm considering getting rid of it and getting a new 740TT again or a John Deere 670 because of dealer location. Any thoughts or insight would be appreciated.

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Never been around a 670 so no comment on that. Have you had any issues with your lexion, or dislikes that you are think of switch to Deere. Or is it just for dealers being closer or poor support at current lexion dealer? Just curious.

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Lexion 465, An acquaintance of mine who has ran green all his life, went from two 670's to two 2015 740tts. He is blown away, he says you can say I told you so. Feels he is saving an additional 1% of his crop. He also recently had a 48,000 bushel day with one of the machines. Down time and crop losses drove his initial decision. He wouldn't consider going back. Remember these are "15s with the super long tooth lower sieves and cruise pilots. good luck with your decision! Tiger
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