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Sandro Z 164317 51 Tw 25 ploughing either
Tw 25 ploughing
Ford Tw 25 II series ploughing with 4-bottom plough Huard.
Photo taken last years in venetian landscape - northern
Italy.
Sandro Zampieri
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rear pics
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side pics
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Huard 4 bottom plough
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another one
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the last one!
greetings from Italy
Sandro Zampieri
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nice pictures!
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Thanks Mr."The farmer formerly known as Bart"!
I used the Tw 25 for many years and i like very much this
tractors, but it have a very bad gear so now i prefer to use
machines with full powershift or vario gear!
This winter we rebuilt all the mechanicals parts of the TW:
rebuilt engine( pistons, rings, camshaft, valves, etc..) new
clutch, rebuilt the gear-box, new brake, etc.... Now it'is
ready for other years of work!
Sandro
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That plough has very short furrow's, over here the furrows
are a lot longer because of the clay we have. What kind of
soil do you have the most over there?
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It sounds like you have a "new" TW. Keeping the Ford spirit
alive!
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Hi Mf 8480,
here in my zone we have often tenacious clay but in other
land, as you saw in this pics, soil is more melted, so we
need different kind of plough to work. But there are other
zone in northern Italy where the soil is more hard that near
me, they work with only two big furrow and tractor of over
250 hp!
Here the typical combination we work is a tractor from over
160/180 hp and a three furrow plough.
Bye
Sandro
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Yeah I saw it once, a CAT MT865 with only 5 furrow's. That i
simply can't imagine. Over here we can pull 5 furrow's with
only 150HP and 200 in the heavy clay. We need about 25-40 HP
per furrow.
What is it that makes it pull so havy? Is it the dept? the
hills? the hard top soil?
You said you need 160/180 HP for three furrow's But a TW25
isn't 200/240 HP isn't it? And it is a 4 furrow plough.

Take care
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