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aslomp 412465 92 The farmer's "road train" either
The farmer's "road train"
It is over 100 feet long but turning is not to bad:-)
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Where in Alberta is this picture taken?
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Barrhead probably, that's where he lives anyways.

Where in AB do u live Luuk?
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Rony, I live in Ponoka
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ik doe het maar gewoon in NL omdat ik de engelse woorden niet weet, maar wat voor pomp zit er nou om zo'n tank, een wormpomp lijkt mij?
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Gee, that is a monster!

You must have some slurry to spread, to justify having something like this.
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Idd Gerbert, ik had het ook nog nooit gezien, in 3 minuten is die ton van 36m³ vol.
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Gerbert,
Als ik me niet vergis is het de pomp die op de foto achter de tank hangt, een centrifugaalpomp volgensmij (t zelfde principe als een hooikanon), die blaast het in het vierkante luik achterop de tank. Maar als dat in 3 min. gebeurt zal de mest daar wel amper schuimen, anders heb je een halve tank schuim.. :-\

Ik vraag me altijd wel af waarom de tank voorover hangt, is dat soms om zo lang mogelijk de druk op de achteras van de trekker te behouden?
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martijn, dat snap ik, maar het moet er ook weer uit:-P
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martijn, het is zoals jij zegt, en daarom hang ie denk ik ook voorover, dan kan ie voller';-)
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The pump in the lagoon. There a still a few chunks of ice.
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My window is a little dirty.
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It was a little wet on some spots.
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Gerbert, de tank heeft een centrifugaalpomp.

TasCowboy, We can spread up to 390 m3 an hour with 3 tanks, and we are usually have about 700 - 1000 hours of work each season.

Martijn Kromwijk, Het schuimen valt wel mee.
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is there nothing on the bottom of the 'muck ditch' ?

here in the netherlands you gat a high penalty for that!
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The line up.
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Two moose running on the field.
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®edpowe® wrote:
here in the netherlands you gat a high penalty for that!


where don't u get a penalty for in holland, all the stupid rules
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Turning may not be so bad, backing up on the other hand might take some getting used to. :-D

I thought the 8530 was replacing one of the 8330s which was going to be used for planting instead of the 7920? Did you already have the 3rd manure tank or did you just buy another?

Notice much/any difference between the 8330s and the 8530 yet for this kind of job?

Thanks for the pics, looks good.
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I try not to back up to often. The 8330 that was on the big tank is on the new pump, this pump needs about 200 hp. The small tanks are 4 years old and the big tank is 2.
There is a big difference between the 8330 and 8530, lot smoother ride and more power.:-)
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how come do you think,is the ride a lot smoother?
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