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Luke 14 133603 162 Siku John Deere 6920s Control either
Siku John Deere 6920s Control
At long last i have it! Excellent radio controlled tractor
made by Siku. I reccomend it to everyone one interested in
model tractor collecting. I'm sure a flashing beacon would
make the model that extra bit more special;-)

Any questions you have about the model please ask me i will
be all to pleased to try and answer them.

Regards
Luke
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Re: Siku John Deere 6920s Control
The John Deere Control being put through it's paces!
If your wondering what the white substance is on the front
on the tractor it is flour. I got carried away with a set of
cambridge rolls :-[ !!
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Last Picture, The Deere connected to a small cultivator
which actually lifts up and down thanks to the digitally
proportional hitch mechanism. Sorry about the picture
quality, dodgy photographer :-p
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Hi Larson or every one else who knows about it.
Is there any sort of pto or connection to the equipment who
is attached behind the tractor? I know that Siku is working
on a trailer that can rise from the control. It should be
the left round button who should operate this function. Can
you see anything that looks like a connection?
I have ordered my John Deere but it hasn’t shown up yet. But
damn I am looking forward to it.
Have fun…Shrek
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Hi Shrek yes indeed there is a hole on top of the battery to
connect another electrical socket, obviouslt that of the
forthcoming trailer. Unfortunately there are no P.T.O or
mechanism to run any equipment, but it does look good when
you lift the machinery up via the hitch!
Hope you have fun when you get your tractor,
Regards,
Luke
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Hi Larson.
Sounds pretty good. I saw (and tried it :-P) that model at
Traktorado at Husum in Germany. Could you make a picture at
that connection? I am working on making my big Krampe
trailer working with electricity as well. But maybe I should
wait until I get my Deere. But a picture would be nice.
Take care. Shrek…
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Certainly Shrek, here is the hole on the battery (Left hand
side) which i assume will join the electrics from the
trailer. There are some buttons on the controller which have
no purpose i'm sure these will soon control a trailer :-)
This is the standard Siku Li-Accu 3,7 volt 200 mAh battery
supplied with the model by the way.

Hopefully the trailer will have lights too, the only
disadvantage of connecting the trailer to the tractors
battery is the running time will be less.

Regards.
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Hi Larson.
Thanks for the picture. It sounds pretty good with that
connection. Have you any idea about what the voltage is in
this model? Is there anything standing on the battery, the
box or something else? I am woorking on making some small
"hydraulic" ;-) cylinders but it would be nice to know how
much power the tractor can give... :-P
Have fun. Shrek...
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Hi Larson.
Thanks for the picture. It sounds pretty good with that
connection. Have you any idea about what the voltage is in
this model? Is there anything standing on the battery, the
box or something else? I am woorking on making some small
"hydraulic" ;-) cylinders but it would be nice to know how
much power the tractor can give... :-P
Have fun. Shrek...
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My 6920s Siku Conrol next to an identical model owned by my
mate. Both carting silage with Joskins!
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how long does your battery last on your model
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The battery lasts about 20 mins

regards.
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