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lennart 480050 77 New Holland TF 46 either
New Holland TF 46
I've got some pictures of a New Holland TF 46 harvesting wheat.
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Different light - and dusty!
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Rear end - and still a lot of dust.
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Rear end again, but a bit longer away.
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Right side....
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...and left side.
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This is a nice combine but it make a lot of damage to the straw, nothing to have if you chase a lot of straw.
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If the other photos where a bit unclear due to long distance this is taken at very long distance, but it is not common in our area that you get 2 NH combines at the same time, but here you are. Nearest a TX 32 and in the background the TF 46.
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The best i could get of the TX 32.:-[
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Nice setup off combines. The TF is very unusual up here. Do you know how the new rotor combines are to the straw? I heard the same from a local contractor.
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Nice pics Lennart. Isnt it interesting how NH have changed the look of their combines from these models to the current ones?

Regards,

TC ;-)
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@Stark1; I think it's a general problem with any type of rotary separation that the straw are damaged. I don't know if newer are betetr but Wapno changed their Lexion 480 to a 560 just for one reason - the straw (and went from 30 feet to 25 feet to avoid driving in the swats while unloading on the go, with 30 feet you must drive in the swath).

@TC; I think most brands have made major design changes the latest years. More plastic shields improves the possibility to do anything else than straight plates. But I'm not sure it's to any improvement - dare if a plastic shield breakes!
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