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padjakkers 24488 378 CVX 150 either
CVX 150
One of the padjakkers has worked in Eastern Germany. Here
are some pictures of the onion-harvest.
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Here again the CVX 150 with the Grimme 1500 DR in the
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Here the Mercedes which was used to bring the containers to
the barn. Together with a CVX 170 and carrier they provided
me with empty containers.
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Then it entered a dry spot which was more a kind of
mini-desert. Together with a IH1455XL and the CVX 170 it was
pulled out.
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After I filled these hangers, I had to take a picture of
them. The IH1455XL wasn't very happy with them...
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Here a picture of the CVX 170 with carrier.
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How do these tractors conpare to other variable transmission
tractors? We do not have these tractors avalible in N.A. but
would like to know more about them.
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Very nice photos's you got there!

Frank :-)
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I've made 400 hours with the CVX 150 during my stay in
Eastern Germany. My experience is that this tractor with his
engine which has a max rpm of 2700 doesn't save any fuel
during transport. This is because of the fact that when you
want to drive as fast as this tractor can (52 kmh) the
enigine makes continuously 2700 rpm. This is with or without
implements/hangers behind it.
But for seeding or harvesting when you need a fixed rpm on
the pto you can save much fuel. So it is more a tractor for
precision work than for transport (but it drives fast!!)

I can't compare the Case CVX with other brands with
continuous variable transmissions. I only once have driven a
JD 6920 with such a c.v.t.

What I CAN tell is that a CVX can be driven by anyone, it is
a very easy to learn to drive.

Greetings, Janus
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