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Highlander 109023 158 Valmet in the Soft either
Valmet in the Soft
Got this Valmet stuck in 2003 while topping rashes with a
flail type topper on loan from the RSPB. The tyres slipped
once and I was stuck before I knew it, had to send for my
trusty old Zetor to get it out. Ground is near the river and
has not seen a tractor for about 20 years before this.
However we have reinstated some old ditches and can now get
down there with the pick-up if careful.
Re: Valmet in the Soft
Surely Floatation tyres would of been a option if it was a
bit boggy?
Re: Valmet in the Soft
Well it depends on the lower soil...

If the lower soil is firm, you might want to go with
normal/narrow tires so you dont have to push as much mud
aside with the wheels before getting grip on the lower firm
soil layers. But when everything is soft, you need to stay
on top no matter what.
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