Could you do something on stainless and roll it for an exhaust sheild?I'm not sure if imagination is the right word, basically load the image in and make it transparent then just draw in theines you see, it's getting them to look right and be possible for the plasma that takes time.
I was thinking of the farm and family name on brushed stainless with a maize cob and barbed wheat sheaf, Ill think it through and contact you direct if that is OKI don't have the ability to roll stuff, local place has a set of rollers, I would think they would be big enough for an exhaust shield but would need to ask.
Sorry Pete, I missed the alert, no they're just as they came in terms of running gear.I’m thinking I’ll put mine at around 2.8m for stability.
The Zetros has a 13t rear axle, so capable enough. That aside, have you added any extra leaves in your springs, or are you on air suspension?
Sorry Pete, I missed the alert, no they're just as they came in terms of running gear.
Just a big tube bumper on the front and a heavy skidplate, these have a very poor entry angle and it isn't hard to smack the bumper into the ground on some of the ugly tracks with flogged-out crossings.
(Already pushed a headlight through the bumper trying to cross on an angle and the price makes you )
Even a sharp dip will have them touch down so it's something that you may want to do? You probably don't get as carried away as we do, infact I'd be concerned if you did
8 tonne payload puts them overweight for our sticker system, so I generally make 6½ to 7 tonnes do.
They feel loaded without "I'm shifting a house" at that, with our setup the Actros with a ss bin tares at 9,740kg and the Axor I drive tares at 10,700 (mild steel bin), quite a substantial vehicle on a 40° slope but they climb!
sh!t, do they climb. I take them where the farmer gets off his quad and walks, hence the big rollbar
I can get a few, here's the (necessary) bumper extensionSounds like a capable machine.
Can you get lots of pics up on here?
Fella down the road used to get the boss's son stuck with him in the combine (NH 8070) got fed up of him so hit the brakes going downhill & the son was spread across the windscreen, never seen him after that...I have a friend that spreads. If a customer asks him to do a really steep bit of ground he tells them he’ll go anywhere....as long as they ride with him!
They've got the spinners quite high, very little rear overhang though....the front... just as well the step's on rubber mounts!looks a nice compact spreading gear. The trouble with the Bredal is that there’s a lot of rear overhang.