Recently, when I was in Omaha, there was a Claas row crop tractor sitting outside the Omaha plant. I've been told, that there are plans to bring the row crop tractors to the US, but have not seen one at the dealer as of yet. Would be interested in trying one.
My understanding is, that there will be none for sale this year, but they are bring some into the US, to put out for demos, then start selling them next year. Local dealer is expecting to get one, just not sure what and when.I saw one on a truck in CO or NM two weeks ago. I was curious myself if it was for US sale......
5 years on, do you still own the Axion 930? If so how has it stood the test of time? Do they hold their value?Just finished side dressing some barley with the Axion, I'll take my earlier statement about it turning ability back now that the machine has been weighted properly it turns in the headland really well. This tractor is very good on fuel (going on its metre) 17.6 litres an hour doing light work 12m machine air seeder 26 single disc units at 10km/hr. Very happy
Yes, I still own it. It’s been a really good tractor that transmission has been fault free and still very smooth, 4500hrs on it now and it’s been pretty much trouble free, I’m running JD Greenstar steering which is the raven steering valve platform which has been working well for me, we also have the same greenstar platform kit steering our Goldacre G4, I have heard of a few people having trouble with the Greenstar in these tractors but you can near guarantee if your having problems it’s a bad calibration. One thing I don’t like about the Class over my JD 8330 is the cab size, the JD has that little bit more room. Not a deal breaker though. Good tractor worth a look5 years on, do you still own the Axion 930? If so how has it stood the test of time? Do they hold their value?