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Claas is class!
Claas 546rz at the dorset show
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Even though most class owners seem pleased with them...I
find the build quality very bad:-( I dont own a class. but
I find the price very high for the poor quality fittings:-)
even the windows look like they are held in place by super
glue.
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seem a lot of people are crazy about them,but a Claas is a
Renault with JD engine or MWM.
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nice pic..... ;-)



<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<FIRST CLAAS>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<NUMBER ONE CLAAS>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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Yea claas is just renult which are FRENCH !!!!!!! which is
bad.... And ive hered that the engines give alot of trouble
because there not perkins. If ur getting a tractor it HAS to
have a perkins engine. There soso good and there
BRITISH!!!!!! :-D Like in the MF
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Mf is built in france also, coventry factory has been closed
for over 2 years;-) your massey is french, with italian
perkins engine;-)
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jdeere that's very good what you said..;-) That's the raison
why claas so strong is..:-P the engine is john deere..;-)
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andrew renault wasn't a bad brand.. it weare good
tractors..;-) And perkins yeaahhh.. it's like ford and
jcb(fasttrac) MADE IN ENGLAND...:-\
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lol do i feel stupid..........
but im pretty sure perkins engines are made in the u.k and
not italie, and about massey being made in france, i know
:-(.
But i heard somewhere that the perkins are still made in the
u.k, which after all is basicly the entire tractor.
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I dont know...but it makes more sense to me that it would be cheaper to get engines from italy (which is only down the road from france) rather than move them from england down to france through the channel tunnel or whatever? Dont really mind.
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