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I was wondering if anybody has seen the two side by side in a wheat field and has anybody put a 8010 on a 30% slope yet?
 

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The 7088 and 7010/7120 are class 7 machines, but that is only a HP rating. The sieves are larger on the 7010/7120.

An 8010 is going to have more capacity than a 7088.

As for running on a slope, just look for posts made by the user "98j" on here. They have a 8010 that gets to run on some pretty steep stuff. Beautiful pictures.
 

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However, its a phenomenally different system, as the 7088 uses bed augers to transfer the Grain and MOG to the sieves, while the 8010/7010/7120 uses an active grain pan. The stratification as opposed to mixing of the sieve material should result in better performance from the 7120.
 

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Exactly. It has the grain pretty much seperated from the MOG before it hits the pre-sieve. The heavy grain is on the bottom while the lighter material is on the top ready for that air blast.
 

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Combine, guys. Combines.
I haven't seen a 7088 and 8010 in the same field, but I have seen them in corn. Both with 12 row heads, 8010 walked away.
 
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