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The real deal

Think i need to re-new my design

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This is from claas website::

Narrow transport package.

The conditioners also offer three different options for transporting the mower:

[glow=red,2,300]Swivelled to the rear.

Swivelled to the rear and folded upwards hydraulically.

Folded laterally upwards hydraulically. [/glow]

Wonder can i do it like that?????

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The real deal

Think i need to re-new my design

discopair.gif

This is from claas website::

Narrow transport package.

The conditioners also offer three different options for transporting the mower:

[glow=red,2,300]Swivelled to the rear.

Swivelled to the rear and folded upwards hydraulically.

Folded laterally upwards hydraulically. [/glow]

Wonder can i do it like that?????

only one way to find out ricky , look forward to seeing it done  :)

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I think you should go for it! make it fold! :) :) ;D

or paint it in kuhn colours

Kuhn, Tarrup use this type on their rear mounted mower where they pivot in the middle of the mower bed.

Claas follow the dutch design (Lely,Vicon) which has the suspension on the headstock.  The main reason with this design is that the dutch require a mower that can cut around 33 degrees for all the ditch bank. This design also allows you to fold up for transport, I but theres a few people out there wish theirs did! ;) ;)????

The Khun and Tarrup design cannot do this as the mower will hit its own frame at 12 degrees.

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Bring it on B@tch  :D

Those are easy, Simply one half of the Butterfly combination. ..

Mine will look as closr to the real thing as i can get

both swivel and fold

just wait and see

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