This machine has simply got to be the best machine I have ever owned. We have already put 250hrs on her and she aint missed a lick. Hope the rest of the harvest goes as well. All the changes they have made seem to be good improvements.
We just unloaded our 7010 off the delivery truck this evening....it's 10 pm and I just walked in the house...really nice! The worst thing I can find is a few bubbles in the decal...lol. Wheat is ready and I look forward to getting started. I can only compare with a Gleaner R62. This will be our first Case IH. I think we made a good choice.
everyone enjoy these masterpieces of modern farming. thank the guys who stuck with them and found out how to make them work. waiting for my new one. thinking of all the work that has been done on 105350. It will make someone a heck of a machine
We have an August 8th delivery on our third 8010 and I'm looking forward to it much more than I was the second one. Our dealer has many more 8010's out now compared to 2004 when we were about the only one crazy enough to run one.
Begining serial numbers:
You can get a rough idea of how many units were made by the jump in serial numbers each year. Less than 100 units were manufactured in 2003, and less than 2000 were manufactured in 2007.
I suppose but in this crop there's no way this combine would have that good a productivity with any other header. Only 82% power, I agree that 7 is pretty fast but the technology to go 35', I don't know.
Wonder what % of the power runs the header. I'd swag 1/3rd.