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AnonymousUser 19712 287 ROPA EUROTIGER either
ROPA EUROTIGER
Ein ROPA EUROTIGER in der Pfalz, wer mehr sehen möchte schau
einfach mal vorbei:
http://www.Modell-Trecker.de

jetzt auch für Netscape user
:-P
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Made in Germany, Lower Bavaria!!! The original!
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where was te picture taken in the PFALZ??

reinland-pfalz, is't my dream

I LOVE IT

greetz from belgium
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das foto ist in der nähe von kirchheim bolanden aufgenommen
worden :-\
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The Ropa Euro-Tiger is an excellent machine. It does a very
good job. But it is a very expensive machine. We can harvest
sugarbeets with 4 men, brand new tractors, and brand new
machinery, for a cheaper cost per acre then this machine.
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Hi Jon,

maibe, that under dry and plain condition, your four new
tractores, your two trailers, your lifter and loader with
your four drivers is cheaper as the Tiger. But he is
designed and develloped under our wet and hilly conditions
here in Lower Bavariy. With our Tiger, one of four
harvestors, we do about 1300 acres and pay about 80 $ per
acre. If we would use every day and night in witch weather
allows harvesting, we could do the double acres! After the
Tiger is gone over with velvet pow, your field is pressed
equal with the bigest available tyres. You can calculate,
that the 50000 $ cheaper, two axle Holmer, harvests for
lower mony as the three axle ROPA, but when your Tiger comes
back with such an brim over hopper, than this typ of
equipmant is the right decision. 80% of German farmers, who
harvest with such type lifter, can´t be wrong!

On November 17th is the this year Holmer/Ropa presentation.
- go and see for yourself!


Greetings from Lower Bavaria
Theo

http://home.t-online.de/home/haslbeck.tf/
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