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10.9 New Holland checked out

Linden Agri Center have their demo 10.9 sitting in the shop awaiting PDI.


Note the hydraulic cylinder on the feeder faceplate.


Since they went beater/stonetrap system the feeder drum can be smaller thereby significantly increasing feederhouse capacity.


The longest unload auger I assume.


At 690 hp the highest on the planet atm
CIH 9240 625 hp
Deere S790/Claas 780 both 617 hp
All at max rated
The 10.9 has two fans of different sizes, belt driven but variable pitch.


You guys laugh at a Claas ladder but this is over twice the distance to the first rung and too high for the people old enough to afford this machine!

I do not know why the pic below is repeated.

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Jimminey Jilikers that thing's a beast

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too high for the people old enough to afford this machine!

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That is just to funny....but so true.
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That’s front feeder drum is very similar to what they have been using on the CX since it first came out. It always worked better then our CR.

And that ladder isn’t moveable....
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That’s front feeder drum is very similar to what they have been using on the CX since it first came out. It always worked better then our CR.

And that ladder isn’t moveable....
Indeed, Claas rules on the ladder.

I have this theory on feederchains, what do think of this?
European machines tend to run very open to almost just the supporting shaft, NA machines tend to have large drums close to the slats. Why?
A rock larger than the size of a raised to the stops on the drum shaft bends slats. This is an advantage how?
I can see not putting a rock up larger than what will fit under drive shaft
I see the rubber belt system gets a smaller drum, probably like the CX size you reference as well as what the 10.9 here has.
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The rubber belt front drum is very similar to the CX. It looks almost identical to the 10.9 drum picture. The drum surface is just a bit wider to match the belt width.

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It looks like someone had enough brains to not order it with “optispread”. Which (optispread) takes the gold medal award in the absolutely f....... useless class!
I’m presuming the only use of a hydraulic face plate tilt is when using a straight cut (auger) head or with that silver medal awarded - same category - NH draper head. In OZ, that Case/NH draper is about as popular & as welcome as a turd in your lunch box.
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Would the tilting face plate be used just to make hooking up or switching headers easier? Or would that be used to level the header? Or used to follow the ground better?
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In OZ, that Case/NH draper is about as popular & as welcome as a turd in your lunch box.
Love your way with words!
I’m told this 10.9 is getting an MacDon FD140.
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Indeed, Claas rules on the ladder.
Gleaner has the best ladder, it only needs one to get to the engine compartment and it as far as I am aware still the only one offering electric fold so you can open it from a distance and not get a chaff bath at the start of the day.


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