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gezbrowne 121050 383 TM165 drawing Wholecrop either
TM165 drawing Wholecrop
This is me drawing Wholecrop wheat in West Cork, Ireland,
August 04
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Nice landscape, and a pretty machine too.;-)

JH.
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Yeah, it's a great machine all right. It's a range command
model, and the user operation and comfort is brilliant!:-)
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they're a nice bus alright . is that a silage trailer that
yor drawing with?
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It is, just a standard Redrock with the mesh on the back
door covered with some plywood to stop the crop from
escaping. A lot of it can escape when the trailer is put on
the back of the harvester to cut the opening swarth, so
thats the reason for the modification.
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whats the redrock like .we run two smith tripple axles and
two thorpe double axles all with hydraulic tailboards
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We find it very good. We only have one at the moment, but
are thinking of investing for next year in another one. We
cut a lot of hilly ground, and there is never any danger
with the Redrock, always very steady going across hills with
full loads.
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No they're not, Redrocks are narrow and tall compared to
other trailers and they're heavier then the rest. There is
no way that they are more stable on slopes. Dooleys are good
on slopes as they are a wide trailer not that they are the
best build wise but they are good on slopes.
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I beg to differ, Dooleys are taller and are less steady on
hills. While the redrocks are heavy they are really well
built.
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i agree with k.t dooley are the best we have three and not a
things have ever happened with them ,there built only about
25 miles from me
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i agree with k.t dooley are the best we have three and not a
things have ever happened with them ,there built only about
25 miles from me
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Lads, I think we'll agree to disagree, I'm only going by my own experience!
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