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AC tractor on feild bin, this is the tractor in the AFX harvest support photos at the front of the line
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Re: AC
Now.....that's what you call a BIG MOTHER of a field bin, looks like 100 tonnes +
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Re: AC
WOW, indeed, If it's real it is the nices't combination I've ever seen! ;-)

Or is it photoshop?, I cant imadgen that AC can get sutch a big trailer going on over the field, must have som/only wheelspin if it's loaded :-)
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Re: AC
They probably park this outfit along the road for temporary storage. that way the combines van keep going for a while if the trucks arent back on time.
then before they take off to the next field the cart is emptied first.
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Re: AC
To the best of my knowledge, they call these things mother bins & yes, they definitely remain parked up when loaded! They are used in some of the big paddocks found on mainland Australia, especially when you have 2 or more combines operating together.

The chaser bins can dump into these bins, which in turn can load the semi trailers or b-doubles, to take the grain away to the silos.
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Re: AC
Wich 7000 serie is it? It must be a 7060 or 7080 with such a trailer
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Re: AC
over in western australia we call them feild bins, no they defo dont move when they are full, the chaser unloads into it and the truck loads out of it, i think this is 95 ton
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Re: AC
We dont have them that large here in TAS (40-50 tonne is big enough for us) but I have seen the really big ones (like this) refered to as "mother bins" (sort of like a mother ship, in sci fi parlance).
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Re: AC
Or Mother F%$^ing large bin as one bloke from VIC refered to them when he was at our trade expo
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Re: AC
that is a 110 ton bin, you can tell by the top
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