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M@sseyF@n 418549 350 MF 3095 either
MF 3095
Seeding barley
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From the front
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From the back
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Filling up
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Filling up with the fork lift and home made bag lifter
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520/70 38" and 420/70 28 duals
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Filling up in the field
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Excellent photos Oystein :-)

Welcome to Farm Photo ;-)

Regards,

The Cowboy ;-)
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Looks great those front duals :-)

Kallum an doen
Patrick
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Nice Mf
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Thanks Tas
Farmphoto needed some more Masseys, so I will post lots more in the nearest future.
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Being a fellow Massey fan myself, I couldnt agree more :-D
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Our Vederstad NZ 5,7m
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Parking the harrow
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Different angle
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Welcome to Farmphoto Öystein! Nice to see some good Väderstad equipment. Your MF 3095 must be tuned up a lot to manage the 4 m Rapid, or?
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Nice pics and good tractors...You are good working...Øystein..;-)
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nice 3095 we have a 3085 running on 650 rear and 540 on the front we have her turboed and tuned up to 150hp :-D she dose 35mph on the road she can blow a fastrac 1115 off the road ;-)
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Looks great with the duals all round! :-)
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your get it !!! more massey, but is the other mf with steepnose a 5455 or something in that direction..? en nice tires on his back.

keep up the good work.
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sorry got it twice..
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Lennart
Only adjusted the trasfer pressure and the delivery rate of the fuel pump, no turbo. Haven`t dyno testet it, but alot stronger and tourqeer than our 110 pto hp MF 5455
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A. van Herk
Thats correct its a MF 5455, with Trima 4+ loader, also on 520/70 38" and 420/70 28"
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Öystein; We have learned that if you have some hills and want's some speed (10-12 km/h) when seeding with the Rapid you must have 40-50 hp/each meter of the Rapid. Ourselfs has a 3 meter and we uses either a 120 hp tractor for that, but we got quite steep hills.
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The Rapid must be quite a heavy drill Lennart (especially the combi drill)
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