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I was looking from switching from two gleaner R75s and going to 8010s. I think there is a lot of capacity to be gained. I was wondering if anyone had made the switch.
 

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in about everycondition. high yeilding corn 250+heavy straw in wheat, and its always 105 degrees! 12o+bushel milo, 50 to 60 bushel dry land beans.
 

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You should test drive an 8010 before you write the check. I ran an 8010 this fall and was not overly impressed with the performance. Its a nice machine, but I didn't see the performance I was expecting. I used to own an N6 and would have expected a lot more capacity out of the 8010, not just a little. I would like to try a R75 though.....
 
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