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Case dealers sold out of the New 50 series here..Cant get any more from Factory..

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I can see manufacturers are not very keen on bringing the next generation combines to market , cause the result will be less sales ,less parts sell , less repairs .
If a class ? combine can replace two class 7-8 combines, I will definitely only replace for one big red yellow green or black .
If your running the two class 7-8 machines to capacity it would have to be a really big machine to replace 2 for one. If labour is limited and other logistics are having trouble keeping up then 1 might replace two inefficient ones.

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Case dealers sold out of the New 50 series here..Cant get any more from Factory..
Thinking all mfg’s are building way less new ones right now. Around here dealers were quoting used so much cheaper than new to try and reduce inventory.
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Thinking all mfg’s are building way less new ones right now. Around here dealers were quoting used so much cheaper than new to try and reduce inventory.

Yes lots of combines have had a birthday on dealer lots..
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Thinking all mfg’s are building way less new ones right now. Around here dealers were quoting used so much cheaper than new to try and reduce inventory.
Ive seen a few 1-2 year old machines wrote down 35% which is now half of new price since last December!
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They have to. Everbody knows what they go for on RB
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I think they have reached the point that most people just won't pay that kind of price now. I also don't think they are pushing new as hard as they used to, the markup on parts is their gravy, yes they make money on the new stuff they sell, but doubt is it 100% markup like with parts. I figured some of the dealers and ag companies might be feeling the pinch when we had more salesmen of all brands and companies in the yard this spring than we have had in the last 10 years combined. Even had John Deere out, they haven't set foot on our place in 20 years.
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The potential capacity of thing is certainly tight lipped. Not a cracker about it, out there.
Would have thought JD would let a little teaser slip since there’s been a couple of new release competition brands this year.
That would be very unlike Deere, they never officially tease anything. They have gone to 4 new product releases per year based on fiscal qtrs, the 3rd qtr release will likely be at Farm Progress in the states but you likely won't hear a word of whats coming until the day of.

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Are the pictures of the new JD combine on here yet? Or was that just on twitter??
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