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multi power

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bit of air in the tyres n she will be fine, possibly he should have put the little digger at the front if worried about too much weight on hitch, but in my experience the only times i have had trouble is lack of weight on hitch, if i ever move my old digger with tractor drawn low loader i track her right up to the front, first time i didnt go right to front n got stuck on road
 

Hilly

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bit of air in the tyres n she will be fine, possibly he should have put the little digger at the front if worried about too much weight on hitch, but in my experience the only times i have had trouble is lack of weight on hitch, if i ever move my old digger with tractor drawn low loader i track her right up to the front, first time i didnt go right to front n got stuck on road
Aye you want plenty on the drawbar ! you soon find out if shes rear heavy when you hit a hill ! or pick up a bit of speed.
 

JP1

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Livestock Farmer
Two decks of cows near Cranswick Foods, Norfolk

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Claas launches new line of Liner rakes

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Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland

Claas has just unveiled three completely new four-rotor rakes with working widths of 15m, 13.6m and 12.7m. These maximum spans widths can be adjusted by 3.40 to 4.90m depending on the model,

Claas telescopic arm

The new range has been designed to offer low transport heights, improved ground-contour following by the rotors, and ease of handling, according to Claas.

Adjustable working width​


One major development are the new telescopic arms which extend and retract by means of a three-stage patented system.

This comprises a ‘C’ profile and slide rails, enabling rapid...
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