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jj 116219 353 MF 6495 either
MF 6495
MF 6495 + 3Av+5Ar Gregoire et besson
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wooow that's amazing I saw this once at the 8280 the one who
ploughed the world record. It's nice to see but I don't
understand why 3 furrow's at the front and why not 8 at the
back instead of 3 + 5???
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On the farm my Dad managed they had a similar setup on an MB
Trac 1500. It was very good for steep ground - only having
to pull 5 furrows up hill but all 8 going down.
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No it is not to raise the front when it is hilly.
The tractor feels better with 3F+5R than 8R because you have
the weight of the plough on the front axle + the load.
A tractor can plough with more furrows when you have a front
plough.
I've seen in 2000 a MF8280 with 3F+6R and a Case 7140 with
5R in the same field and the MF and the Case were running at
the same speed.
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