Well ain't we the one with an anger management issue. Since you have no proof and judging by your attitude. Then you know I am right.
Samuel your going to have to give your definition of being "the same"?
If someone said a A85 Gleaner and a 9895 Massey Ferguson were the same, yes, other then color they're the same.
But to suggest an 8010 and a CR 9070 are the same...I don't think that would wash with anyone here...
Do you? Really?
I have been on 2 plant tours in the last 18 months. The frame is not the same, nor the rotor setup, or the sieves. You can tell by just glancing at a unfinished frame which one it is. I will go through my pictures to see if I took any pictures of the NH frame, not sure though. Settle down guys, at least its not green!!
Oh, the elusive magical case prototype comes up again. Nice to see the evidence of it pouring in as usual!
I think in the 1st couple years of 8010s people were asking why oh why they didn't have the CR's belt drives to the rotors, instead of the other way around. Think of the gearbox on a CVT twin rotor. That would be massive! I would think it will go that way sometime.
Neighbors have 2 2004 8010s. They have replaced the CVT in both. Still having control pressure trouble in one even after that. Thats 100% of the 8010s sold out of our local store, and I heard of more from other dealerships.
I guess case IH could try the John Deere method. Change the sticker on the side, add some horsepower, and raise the price. As long as it is green they will buy it, doesn't matter if it the best or not. I personally would rather deal with some issues on the first 8010's than have to run a JD rotor.