I went and looked at a New Holland TR86 tonite. First time I've looked at a New Holland. What do I look for in one of these. This one had 2500 hrs on it's meter. The engine was a Ford, (I didn't know they even had Ford engines in that late of a model), new rotor on the r/s, (it ate a rock last year), stress cracks in several shields, just a couple of missing shields by the fan. Everything else looked good. The cab seemed to be in good condition. It was dirty. It had some evidence of an oil leak on the motor. It had a 20 ft. head and 6 row corn. $22,000 for all. I guess they put in $13,000 for the rock damage. That number seems high to me, but I've never been around them. It has round bars in the concave. Would round bars in the concave be OK for wheat? Are they easy to change out? The salesman said it belonged to his brother, that he himself had run it quite a bit. It is at a Case IH dealership. Are they as good as a Red 1660? How do you compare? Any input would be appreciated. Feel free to email.