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Re: About done chopping corn, pics of the tractor BIL is buy

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10-25-2013 16:38:44

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His 8070 was 4 wheel drive.

Yea CaseIH imported it from Landini. Landini owns the McCormick line. It's my BIL buying it. The dealer told him that they carry parts for it.

I think most tractors that sized are imports. They sell more of that size in Europe than here so it makes sense. I know JD has a plant outside of Mannheim Germany. Don't suggest something in the AGCO line, dealer support in the area sucks. Had a great dealer but 6 months after they got the 8070 the brothers retired and the folks that bought em out are nothing to brag about. AGCO doesn't seem to care.
They have a CaseIH 2594, they need another tractor of that size, the Case 2294 is too small and they want the four wheel drive.


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MN Scott

10-25-2013 18:08:09

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 Re: About done chopping corn, pics of the tractor BIL is buy in reply to oldtanker, 10-25-2013 16:38:44  
The 5250 was not made by Landini! It has Case origins. It came out a couple years after the Magnum. It was built in a former IHC factory in Neuss Germany. The factory has since been leveled. Its a good tractor with only minor electrical troubles on some. It has a 5.9 Cummins CDC motor.

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10-25-2013 18:48:40

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 Re: About done chopping corn, pics of the tractor BIL is buy in reply to MN Scott, 10-25-2013 18:08:09  
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OK I was going by what the sales guy told me.


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Bob Bancroft

10-25-2013 16:46:01

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 Re: About done chopping corn, pics of the tractor BIL is buy in reply to oldtanker, 10-25-2013 16:38:44  
I thought Maxxums were built by CaseIH in Europe? I've had a 5230 for a couple years. I wanted a 5240 to go with my 7240, but when the 5230 MFWD came available, I decided the MFWD was more valuable than more power. So far, so good. But there are some pieces already not available.

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