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AnonymousUser 4159 157 Holmer either
Holmer
You don't even need wet and hilly conditions to tip over a
Holmer beet harvester!!!!!

source: www.trekkers.be.tf
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Re: Holmer
I realy understand why everyone´s brand is the best. But I
don´t understand how the mistake of a driver and a brand are
related

Greetings to all beet harvestor drivers connected with the
wish that they never come in such a awkward situation.


Theo

http://home.t-online.de/home/haslbeck.tf/
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Re: Holmer
Theo,

I just want to react on your statement about the Vervaet
Beet Eater. You claim that this machine is a cheap copy of a
Holmer or a Ropa. What has been copied? Probably not the
nine-row principle I think!

Greetings
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Re: Holmer
Hi smart farmer,

I write in my comment that every one has his brand and I
know that I was very agressive to your text!

I think that the nine row prinzip cant work under our
conditiones and I´m envy your king size harvestors

Do you know that the first holmer has also eight veels?

Greetings to all beed eaters!
Theo

http://home.t-online.de/home/haslbeck.tf/

PS: With his comments I shoot off my best shots and I
cant get hits!
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