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Jozek 463259 392 New Holland T7040 + Rau Ikarus A38 either
New Holland T7040 + Rau Ikarus A38
1.07.2007
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:-)
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:-)
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:-)
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Nice photo Józek;-)
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again some great photos jozek ;-) i realy like the T7000 serie, what do you think about it ??
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Thanks. :-) Yes, T7000 series very good machines!
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nice pics Thanks;-) but I think T7000 serıes cabıne is small:-(
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Nice rig. I think the RAU sprayers were the former Vicon made ones?

Cheers,

TC ;-)
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Is it Rau that makes them or Vicon? The ones carried in the rear hitch are built by Rau.
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Maybe you are right Schizo. Here they are sold as RAU but maybe still made by Vicon. Maybe now they are both under the Kverneland Group there is this cross over, depending on where the machines are sold.

Vicon mowers, rakes & balers + spreaders are sold here but not sprayers,

Cheers,

TC ;-)
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Yes well, our contractor has a Vicon Rau sprayer. Actually it's a Vicon but on everything is a sticker or the name Rau:-D
I think Vicon used a different type of boomconstruction... So probably this is a Rau as well as Rau was a bigger make of sprayers/sprayerparts. Even our Beyne sprayer has all the spraycomponents of Rau.
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Ok, thanks for that Schizo :-)
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So, I'm not 100% sure... but probably it's a Rau. :-)Myeah, these days it's hard to keep up who makes what now:-D
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