Well, the price does seem a bit high for either machine. However, something to consider. Which machine, in working order, would be easier to sell in YOUR area? I always look at it from that angle too. At some point, you probably will want to upgrade. How easy will it be to sell it? I had a Gleaner E two years ago before I bought the F2. It was a great little combine. I think I would opt for the self propelled. As mentioned above, the H would be ok if fields were flat. My opinion, ofcourse.
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