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Re: Big Combine!!

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Ryan Renko

11-27-2012 18:28:09

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Do you remember back in high school when you wanted to be known as having the nicest car in school?? Well nowadays its a ego booster for some guys to have "bragging rights" at the local coffee shop for having the biggest combine. They might have the biggest on the market and only 1 year old and if something bigger is introduced they will trade up in a second and lose money just to get it!!! Having a small personal unit makes guys do what they can to feel bigger I guess.

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11-27-2012 21:12:03

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 Re: Big Combine!! in reply to Ryan Renko, 11-27-2012 18:28:09  
Buying new big combines can be profitable. Neighbor buys new every fall and trades it in the following summer. Does about 5 or 6 thousand acres a year. Makes money running new with warranty over running used and having to pay for repairs. The dealership he goes through has a short line of customers waiting for the 1yo used combines to arrive so they can buy it with their 2-3yo combine... and so on. There are customers at every level, and most can justify it with their profit margins.

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11-27-2012 20:11:00

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 Re: Big Combine!! in reply to Ryan Renko, 11-27-2012 18:28:09  
I know what you mean.I 'upgraded' from a 45/313 to a 95/443,I feel like I got the biggest combine ever!

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Nathaniel Watts

11-28-2012 04:25:38

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 Re: Big Combine!! in reply to DeltaRed, 11-27-2012 20:11:00  
I love it Delta!

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