Originally Posted by Jason Hildebrand
You get a real price on doing that swap? New gearboxes sound expensive
They aren't cheap but throwing grain out and/or slowing down to save grain is the thing that gets really expensive. Figure out what a threshing hour costs in a late-model combine and then expect that in your cereal acres you can get a minimum of 15% capacity increase it pays for the gearboxes pretty quick! Throwing grain over is even more frightening.
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