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I just heard a list of the changes and Claas has been listening. Sounds well worth a model change. For starters there is an ejector rod on the stone trap! [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.thecombineforum.com/forums/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/IMG]
hmmm might be some good used machines coming to get me into a 700 series now 🙌

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hmmm might be some good used machines coming to get me into a 700 series now 🙌
No pricing yet. If the price increase is as big as the claimed capacity increase I will be looking at Gleaners. So you might find my trade on another lot...ha ha


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Where you getting this SWMan?
Claas tends to run with no claims at all as a rule.
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I was told the demo 7500 was going round for round with a 760 last year
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I was told the demo 7500 was going round for round with a 760 last year
I would gather a 7500 is a narrow body based on the 8X00 other machines we’ve seen.
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I would gather a 7500 is a narrow body based on the 8X00 other machines we’ve seen.
Maybe that’s one of the significant changes........
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When I say 7500 I’m talking the new version of the 750
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At Tingley Harvest Center Twitter feed someone said the unloading capacity is at 5.1 bu/s - which is 180l/s.
Sounds realistic when I look at the dimensions of the unloading Auger.
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the unloading capacity is at 5.1 bu/s - which is 180l/s
Fendt has the “Streamer 210”.
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Dealer sent me some info last night.
510 bushel hopper.
Lexion 8xxx badging, Euro colors.
5.1 bushel per second unload speed.
25 mph road speed on tracks.
Up to 610 rated hp for the big one.


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