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880 138884 172 1454 either
A 1454 seen at Tavernors
Why do these models always have a HARA-cab, wasn't there a
good cab builder in the UK? Duncan for example?
i'm no expert but maybe it was because Duncan couldnt make a
strong enough cab. The 1454 did weigh around 5.5 tons!
Or maybe County wanted a posher cab. the HARA cab on the
1454 was made big enough to walk around in....
feel free to correct me if im wrong ;-)
I don't think you're wrong. I am not a County-expert, I know
more about Volvo BM tractors. That's why I know HARA. BM
used HARA for there T800 series tractors. For the rest you
only see HARA on tractors in Scandinavia. That's why I
always wonder why those County models always have that
cabin, also outside Scandinavia. You can recognize HARA cabs
easy by the mudguards they use. the construction of the
rearend + rearlights in the mudguards is always the same no
matter what tractor brand they are fitted on
Perhaps there is an econical reason.
Many County´s are exported to scandinavia to work in the
For the savety and the cold climate Hara enginered a strong
and comfy driverscabin.
Those cabins were also used in the UK to work in the
forests. Because they were available
When is became common to sell tractors inclusive cabin.
There was already an cabin on the market and already often
sold by the dealers. For Duncan for example it wasn´t
profitable to design also a cabin for the few County´s be
sold every year.
Already being available and the productionnumbers of County
are the main reason that Hara became the suplier of the
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