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Amen, greater detail.
Full disclosure: we run claas, impressed JD borrowed a lot of the best systems and precepts from claas.(belts variators,aps,impellers etc) Some questions? Wondering where the hillside 3d is.(3 D is claas's shake it uphill, hillside attachment that really works) You can have a 67.5 inch wide shoe(claas is 67 inches) but lay her over on a 1\2 mile long steep hillside in high moisture corn?? Loading a wide shoe evenly in widely changing crops and crop conditions can be a real challenge.(dry fluffy small grains to wet heavy high moisture large grains) Just wondering what the x9's quoted abilty to run on steep hillsides is? No auger bed? Rotors reverse? Good luck! tigercat
 

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So...will it be the first $1,000,000 combine on the market or not? I'm sure it will have to be higher priced than the new Claas 8900 just to entice the bleed green JD guys!!
 

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I will reserve judgement till I hear how it performs. But there are some longass belts on there
 

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I will reserve judgement till I hear how it performs. But there are some longass belts on there
You should look at the left side of the new Claas combines.

Looks like a green CR to me, any notable difference between the two? Would have liked to see a 15L engine in there.

In the end the price is gonna be a big problem, most new combine owners are throwing up in their mouth when they get pricing these days and I know several JD guys that are looking elsewhere because of high trade differences. My guess is the previous models just dropped in value a bunch which will add to the pain.

I'm curious to see what they can do though, hopefully they are awesome.
 

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Which one is over a $1,000,000 now Don? If I remember right, Kevin told me the MSRP on 8800 with 40' header was 940k or 960k last year.
We demo'd a 10.9 or what ever the big new holland is two years ago. With the 40 foot Macdon header they had with it the combination was over a million.

After looking at the JD news about this machine, I too will wait and see how it performs before making a judgement, good or bad. But right now, to quote Shania, That don't impress me much.

Almost makes 615000 for a black twin rotor look reasonable.
 

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Pricing will wait until August. Ido understand correctly the cleaning area on Claas and Deere now similar but I wander what deere calls cleaning area? The steps and shoe augers or just the sieves??67” wide feederhouse is big for sure.
 

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Pricing will wait until August. Ido understand correctly the cleaning area on Claas and Deere now similar but I wander what deere calls cleaning area? The steps and shoe augers or just the sieves??67” wide feederhouse is big for sure.
There is no shoe auger bed. Deere never counted that as cleaning area anywas, only louvered cleaning area.
 

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Which one is over a $1,000,000 now Don? If I remember right, Kevin told me the MSRP on 8800 with 40' header was 940k or 960k last year.
950 not list, cash.
List would be about 1.3 CAD..
8800 and likely a MacDon.
Sounds about right.
 

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950 not list, cash.
List would be about 1.3 CAD..
8800 and likely a MacDon.
Sounds about right.
Obviously if it's worth 1.3, the depreciation on it after only one season is kind of atrocious!! Here is the ad from Lacombe for a 8800TT

2019 CLAAS LEXION 8800TT

Combines
For Sale Price: CAD $790,000
Financial Calculator
Hours: 360
Separator Hours: 165
Drive: 2 WD
Horsepower: 570 HP
Please Call For Machine Availability & Location, • fixed speed • Cut. cylind. HD L TT • Dust fan / feederhouse • HD Impeller Wear Kit • 2 St. 170-460/330-930 hyd • 3-D sieve syst stdrd Gras • TA EFA XL MTS • RA 4wd M. VAR. 10L 4WD • OM473 R120-480 T4 • Fuel consumption monitor • C...
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Alberta Harvest Centre
Lacombe, Alberta, Canada T4L 1A8
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Obviously if it's worth 1.3, the depreciation on it after only one season is kind of atrocious!! Here is the ad from Lacombe for a 8800TT
2019 CLAAS LEXION 8800TT
Combines
For Sale Price: CAD $790,000
Financial Calculator
Hours: 360
Separator Hours: 165
Drive: 2 WD
Horsepower: 570 HP
Please Call For Machine Availability & Location, • fixed speed • Cut. cylind. HD L TT • Dust fan / feederhouse • HD Impeller Wear Kit • 2 St. 170-460/330-930 hyd • 3-D sieve syst stdrd Gras • TA EFA XL MTS • RA 4wd M. VAR. 10L 4WD • OM473 R120-480 T4 • Fuel consumption monitor • C...
Updated: Thu, 4 June 2020 2:18 PM
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Alberta Harvest Centre
Lacombe, Alberta, Canada T4L 1A8
Seller Information
Even if you use the $950,000 CASH price posted by Don, that's $1000 per separator hour depreciation. So, how many acres average would that machine do per hour??. Then add fuel and human resources.....
 

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Obviously if it's worth 1.3, the depreciation on it after only one season is kind of atrocious!! Here is the ad from Lacombe for a 8800TT
2019 CLAAS LEXION 8800TT
Combines
For Sale Price: CAD $790,000
1.3 is a full bogus list.
With two headers (pickup and straight cut FD 40’)
Roughly 0.95 cash.
Run a season
Dealer list at 0.79
However, without FD 40’ straight cut header
One season FD 40’ straight cut header would list at least 0.1
0.95-0.1=0.85-0.79=0.06

And that includes a small depreciation incurred by straight cut FD 40’ header but not part of trade.
 
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