The right side suffered complete failure last week. Combine went down with a full grain bin of corn aboard on the side of a hill. Further inspection found left side cracked as well. Right side suffered drive shaft and leveling cylinder damage as well as all the shields, brackets and fiberglass gull wing panel and the right side platform for cleaning windows. Cast housings were $6600 a piece, leveling cylinder was $1400. We are looking at a $20K bill at least. It really was quite a mess and a major repair project. Anyone else have this problem? Is this typical of these machines? We checked the other 9550 Sidehill we have and that one is fine. The ins. co. adjustor says if the housings were cracked they would not cover them, but would cover the damage done to the machine and some of the labor and expense for the rental unit to replace this machine for a few days. He says he has seen several of these failures and that Deere has a problem. They will not admit to any defect or problem. He said we would notice that the replacement housings are thicker castings than the old ones. We never saw the old and new side by side so we could not tell for sure. The old ones were disassembled and reassembled at the dealer. Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.