That is also a pre series, track ladders will be changed for production for sure, think wheels will be stuck with that gem.After climbing the ladder going into the cab on the crop production show lexion yesterday I would highly recommend they change the angle. It was awful. The old ladder design was much easier to climb.
Max fuel use!1.5 mph doesn't sound very productive.
In the old model days non 4D rotor covers didn’t have a name and 3D was a shoe shake leveling featureI don't think I am out of line saying Claas is supposed to announce early next week what they intend to do with the rotor covers(and other changes) for the small grains units in NA. I'm cautiously optimistic but never heard the specific phrase 3D. I've now made it very well known that if the covers aren't kept the same as my 700 series I'm not interested....well the same except all 4 sections adjustable from the cab.
There was a 7500tt at Ag-Days today, gave it a brief look and some nice stuff on there. One thing I noticed that looks to be a problem is the fuel filler neck is like halfway down the catwalk toward the engine bay.
This is what I gather as well. Thanks for the clarity on the naming thing. I believe I made another futile attempt to lobby for high speed rotors across all small grains models, doubt they will come around on that one...If they do not go to full open/full closed rotor covers that will be at least 4 units not sold, counting trades.
You could likely mix and match but I don't see how that’s any advantage.Don, Guess I had it backwards, can the wire rotor grates from the 500/700 series be run in the 7/8000 series? Mix and match. A finger bar, then four wire grates then a finger bar? We already know what impeller style “works” that’s an easy fix? Think what a beast? A Lexion Lion,not a tiger cat.