By Larry Stoller, Farms.com
I attended the AgConnect Expo in Kansas City and one of the new products being showcased was the CLAAS Lexion 780 combine.
Jeff Gray, Product Manager for LEXION at CLAAS says, the 780 has greater functionality, featuring a DYNAMIC COOLING system, 4-link rear axle and newly automated CEMOS (CLAAS Electronic Machine Optimization System) technology.
“This will be the top-end model, what we call Class 10 as the largest combines, capable of operating with those large headers. It is the next step in LEXION combines,” says Gray.
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