Case Vestrum cvx

DrDunc

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Dunsyre
When they were released it was cvx only iirc and the case website doesnt mention active 8 but i could be wrong
Aye and therein lies the confusion, coz the case website does mention the dual clutch 'box that's given bother in the rest of the range

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Presumably we can all ignore the earlier scary post until it's been corroborated though?
 

Thomas5060

Member
Livestock Farmer
Aye

Isn't there a Vario and the "active 8" dual clutch options on transmission?

If they've announced a product recall on all versions, it's definitely an "oh shyte" moment for sales, and possibly not just the vestrums in the CNH stable
Wasn’t an option about a month ago when I was pricing them, although that could of changed since.
 
I thought the vestrum and the larger t5 new hollands were more akin to the previous 4cyl maxxums and t6s. Seeing as the the current trend is to put a 4cyl engine in a tractor the same dimensions as a 6cyl one.
 

oil barron

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Location
Aberdeenshire
I thought the vestrum and the larger t5 new hollands were more akin to the previous 4cyl maxxums and t6s. Seeing as the the current trend is to put a 4cyl engine in a tractor the same dimensions as a 6cyl one.
Yes and no. They use the larger 4.5engine same as the T6 and a bigger cab. But the back end is not as heavy duty as a T6.
 

luvmycaseih

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Horticulture
I hope they fix the issue with vestrum recall, I’m patiently waiting for case to release vestrum into Australia as they have stopped manufacturing the short wheelbase cvt maxxum. Anyone know when it’s coming down under
 

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