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OptiPhil 223494 103 Case 8010 harvesting corn with 12 row head either
Case 8010 harvesting corn with 12 row head
I took this photo in Kentucky around mid September. Its a
Case 8010 with a 12 row head. Corn yields were less than
expected, becuase of the hot and dry weather.
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Same combine unloading into a Kinze grain cart pulled by a
MX 285
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I took this photo into the sun.
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Switched over to soybean harvest. Here its equipped with a
30' platform which is not nearly wide enough. It can run 6-7
mph with no problems.
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2388 harvesting soybeans with 30' head.
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Unloading 2388 into semi
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Here are the photos of the same combines during wheat
harvest, including some of all 5 combines together....

http://www.farmphoto.com/photography/message.asp?dsply=all&m
d=184619&gkp=
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Here is one of my photos of 11 combines running together -
for the John Deere fans :)

http://www.farmphoto.com/photography/message.asp?mid=192254

Vote for the photo if you like it :)
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Hi Nice pics of a nice combine. But what is the difference
betweend NH and Case combines. They look the same except the
cabine. Could somewone tell me

Thanks Jos
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i feel i can answer the Case 8010 vs NH CR question as i
work for a dealer that took on the whole CNH product range
last year (befor that we were just Case)
the 8010 and CR are built on the same chassis platform (and
come out of the same factory) ill start on the fetures of
the 8010 first.
the 8010 has:
one rotor driven via a mechanical direct drive from the
engine, cross flow cleaning fan driven via hydro motot, tri
sweep tailings processing system which feeds the tailings on
to the active grain pan and not back into the rotor, the
8010 has 3 options when it comes to chaff and straw
distrubtion thay are windrow straw and chaff, windrow straw
spread chaff, or spread both. CVT transmision, direct drive
feeder, which also inables the speeds of the feeder to be
changed, wider and longer feeder, larger diamater concaves,
and fully automatic adjustments, wich will inable driverless
operations some time in the future.
the NH CR has:
3 models and sizes available in australia, CR970 CR960 &
CR940, two rotors, standard stone trap, standard straw
chopper, tailings are returned to the rotors, paddel
cleaning fan, belt driven rotors feeder and cleaning fan.
they both have:
active saw toothed grain pan, self leveling cleaning system,
in cab adjustments of the seives, iveco engine (on CR model
970 only) i hope this has answered any questions
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Phil: Thats very impressing photos you have!!! Wish I had
been there... ;-)

Cummins: You ARE good! :-D
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i do my best :-D
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Hi cummins thanks for your explain but what is better then 1
or 2 rotors. And is it true that the case has a bigger
capacity. Yhanks in advance

Good luck Joske
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two little rotors or one big rotor, you have to be the judge
on that one, as for capacity the 8010 is larger than the
CR970, alothough i understand in the US you can get a CR980
i belive this to be the same as the 8010 or mabey even
bigger, they are not available in AUS bacause of their size
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thanks for the info and good luck
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