Its interesting that there’s not that many comments about the X 9’s so far.Any more thoughts on those of you running X9s how’s the reliability been? Losses? Maybe any more comparisons to Claas 8800s or NH 10.90s?
Price is retarded and half the guys don’t have there X9s. Not sure Deere has enough production capacity to make anything on time.Early reviews here are that the X9 has huge capacity. Everyone is paying attention.
If they keep the price down Deere will quickly regain its lost market share.
50’ header has been as impressive as the X9
My guess is a X9 out lasts any combine on market today as long as electronics hold up. It was built to service and repair easily. If you open up all the side covers and really look you will understand why I say that.Bigger machine the higher the volume of grain and straw/hr. One could safely say that tin will wear out in 2/3 the time so the hr meter will call this machine wore out internally in 2/3 of the hrs likely.
Emissions is the biggest issue these days not electrical.My guess is a X9 out lasts any combine on market today as long as electronics hold up. It was built to service and repair easily. If you open up all the side covers and really look you will understand why I say that.
3000 hours or 5 years isn’t it? That’s what most are. Mandated by government.Deere at least on tractors has a good warranty on emissions systems. Something like 3000 hours. If it’s the same on the x9 they’ll be robbing parts off it at Gratton Coullee long before the warranty runs out.