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What are the dealers pricing these 70series sts machines at? we are looking at around $70 per sep hour difference for 1 and 2 year old machines with around a 1000 hrs
 

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A friend of mine just price a 2008 9770STS rice machine. No tilting feeder, no chopper, 20.8R42 R2 duals, premium cab, greenstar monitor, and straw spreader. Price $246,000. He said to add the tilting feederhouse was an additional $7700. 25ft. 925D header for rice was $27,500 I think. Hope this helps.
 

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Just out of curiosity I asked my dealer about price on 70 series and he said he hadn't figured one up yet since they still had 25 new 9760's to recieve and check over for delivery and about 40 used machines to do the same.Just too swamped to even think about the new series yet.Business has been good for them.
 

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We just traded our 9860 for a 9870 and it was about $20,000 but that was $4,000 to get atuo trac ready,$3,000 in a power management system to add 40 hp when running a 12R chopping corn head, the new 5 speed feeder house drive, and the heavy duty liffting cylinders that cost $1,500 to add them to our 9860 just so we could lift our corn head.
 

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It is still better that breaking down ever day because a 9860 can't handle a 12 row chopping corn head. We lost at least 3 days of harvest last fall because our combine was broke down.
We were just lucky to even get a 9870 for this fall. I heard that there were only a handful fo 9870s made.
 

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The prices you quoted are list...not actual get serious prices. Dealers can't get list price for equipment. I know the price is correct, as he showed me the quote. There was no trade involved either.
 

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9870STS
Premium cab
Autotrac
20.8x38 Dls
Xtra High Cap Lift Cylinders
Powercast Tailboard
Standard Feederhouse
High Cap Feeding Pack
No header No pickup

Anywhere from 285,000 to $290,000CDN
 

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Quote:We just traded our 9860 for a 9870 and it was about $20,000 but that was $4,000 to get atuo trac ready,$3,000 in a power management system to add 40 hp when running a 12R chopping corn head, the new 5 speed feeder house drive, and the heavy duty liffting cylinders that cost $1,500 to add them to our 9860 just so we could lift our corn head.


If your old combine didn't have all those options I would say you almost traded for nothing and just had to pay for added options. Good Deal
 

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285,000 to 290,000 is a cash a price with no trade.I was kind of wondering what a lease price would be.
 
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