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Overloading the sieves isn't a problem for lexions. If you know how to adjust the combine to the conditions. Thats the reason why you have variable speed for rotors and treshing drum. In hot days it isnt necessary to tresh that agressive...so you have to change the settings. There is no need to change cover plates or anything in my opinion. Instead of rebuilding half of the combine you should have "played" with the settings a bit. It would have been fine than. Moreover a lot cheeper...
 

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-> Here in Europe(Germany) Deere is 2nd at the tractors with a marketshare of 16,9%. If I remember right...

For the combines the lose marketshare as far I as can say. Seems the new "T"-eries was accepted pretty well among the farmers. but I havnt seen any new STS (S series), WTS (W series), or CTS (C series) last year...

Only new NewHolland and Claas combines.
 
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