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Posted 9/26/2022 04:10 (#9861352 - in reply to #9859919)
Subject: RE: Case IH's X9 answer

Shear bolts on the rotor is all I need to know to stay away. Many a slug has been powered through, or made worse on our Gleaner and IH.

Also to demo a Fendt, that would require an AGCO dealer.

We don't have one anywhere near us.

It would also require dealers to demo things.

No one here is interested in an AGCO anything anymore here, so it's not like when we ran an L next to an N next to an R next to an S next to an S670(?) Next to a flagship next to a legacy next to a whatever in a field here where it was a different owner per machine.

And when you read and see online where someone buys a fleet of them new, runs them for a few years, then goes back to Deere and not all new, then on a different forum someone shows how to fix the machine-just redesign and rebuild the back end, why would I ever want to even look at one?

I take it you must own a few, what are your experiences?
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