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I got a look at a few of these on my tour at the grand island factory. The color scheme really looks good with the black. The sides made with soybean oil look cool to, They paint each part before they assemble them so the color schemes are better than when they sprayed the whole machine down.

You NH guys take a look at my post on the case ih site. Like to hear your opinion on one big rotor vs two small ones.

Why are my t h e changing to teh in the preview? With spaces t h e is ok not the in preview window.
 

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Quote:I noticed that, too. I'm thinking April Fool's joke. There be other mispellings in teh forum, too.
Beat me to it! Look maw, no t h e.

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[quote author=gpmci102 board=NH thread=1207022847 post=1207027364]I got a look at a few of these on my tour at the grand island factory. The color scheme really looks good with the black. The sides made with soybean oil look cool to, They paint each part before they assemble them so the color schemes are better than when they sprayed the whole machine down.

You NH guys take a look at my post on the case ih site. Like to hear your opinion on one big rotor vs two small ones.

Oh no you didnt see those in Grand Island. The CX's are made in Belgium I think. and the NH pannels are made of steel. your thinking of the CIH. Their panels are plastic.

As for One Roter vrs two? They both have their advantages. the smaller rotor creates more centrifugile force to throw the grain out better. but it takes more power to rip all that straw apart for the two rotors.
 

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your correct what I saw was the cr9000 series at the grand island factory. It does have a back end that is a plastic composite .

I did not pay attention to the number in his picture.
I guess being an engineer I did not consider that anyone could spend their retirement on a combine with straw walkers.
Sorry for my mistake, Cnh should paint these with some green so you could not make a mistake.

Thanks for your input on the rotors.
 

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I have yet to see a CR in our neck of the woods. all Cx. Out here we're thrashing perennial ryegrass and tall fescue thats been irrigated and sometimes damp straw is a problem. The rotaries don't seem to like the damp straw very well. (I also have 2 case ih 2188s ) I will be trading or selling these after this season and getting another cx. Not to mention our local caseih dealer is an absolute joke when it comes to carrying parts. all in all I'm just sick of red.
 

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I get bad cases of buyers remorse. I last had it when I bought a new pickup in 04 and now I got it bad over this NH. My wife thinks I.m just cheap. I like to call it economical.
 
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