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Driver’s view: Steve Bushell rates his New Holland CH7.70 combine
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Driver’s view: Steve Bushell rates his New Holland CH7.70 combine

For a long time the large arguements for and against combine proprietors, operators and engineers came lower on 1 of 2 sides - straw walkers or rotors. But through the 1990s water had muddied with the appearance of various “hybrid” machines, mixing both a threshing drum and pairs of separation rotors. Claas’ Lexion 480 kicked things off, then John Deere’s CTS and, more lately, Agco’s MF Delta models. See also: Ultimate help guide to purchasing a combine 2022 These weren’t the first one to pair conventional threshing with rotary separation. During the 1980s, New Holland had also dabbled using its own undertake the crossbred combine. Its “Twin-Flow” TF models used a conventional Texas-style drum and concave in advance, adopted with a large-diameter transversely mounted rotor t...