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mad max 395635 309 8520t digging spuds either
8520t digging spuds
8520t and new toy :-)
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Wow! What an unusual piece of machinery. I guess the idea is reduced compaction?
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weird but funny thing. very handy when it's wet. how do you get the trailer on it?
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it does ruduce soil compaction, it also stops the trailers from sinking, the trailers are pulled on by a hydraulic motor
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It hooks on like a hitch on a tractor + the motor pulls it on
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Another view :-)
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it´s very good idea
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A very neat idea!;-)
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That is really cool! How long does it take to put the trailer on and take it off?
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To my way of thinking it would be a better to have detatchable bins, on that under carriage, that could be lifted off when full & replaced with an empty bin (a bit like those skip type bins I have seen pics of on here from Holland & Belgium). The bin would be held on with twist locks which would facilitate faster turn around, when changing over. Plus, there would be alot less weight (IE; A trailer frame, drawbar & wheels).

A big forklift or loader would be needed to lift bins on & off in the field & back at the yard or factory. A flat bed haulout trailer could be used to cart the bins or maybe a chassis, with the bins attached by twistlocks also.

Just some thoughts, thats all :-)
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That would be much more expensive! The only thing you have to make/buy is the trailer with the tracks. Otherwise you'll need to buy a lot more
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TC, Like you say, but with hook-lift system. That way no need for the large forklift. In fact with your way you would need two forklifts, on in the field and another in the yard.
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and how do you tip it?
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