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choice of a Rotavator...
Hi...
For next catch-crops I go to have that to acquire a new power horrow and as, for the time being, I only have the Mf165 of 60cv. I am to think about acquiring a new rotavator. I have walked to make a research for web and dealer them of my zone of habitation. Some national marks exist as the Galucho, the Herculano, the Joper... where I do not deposit my confidence in terms of rotavators then. I am to choose for other markets.

this rotovator that is in the photo is a Maschio H-205 model.
I already have a budget on this rotovator.
the equipment standart is conveyance for chain, 60 knives, 540rpm- 228rpm of the rotor and the equipment of security for the norms of the CE.
the extra equipment is a coil cage and one cardan with embriagem.
2700€+iva(12%)
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This is a HOWARD Rotavator 400 s 205M.
Transmission for Oil Bath Gear Drive, 6 knives for phalanx, 540rpm -219rpm of the rotor and cardan with Clutch system.
I do not have budget of this rotavator, but the table price is $5,985 without extra equipment.
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Celli ergon 120 modelo 205
GEAR SIDE DRIVE
SWINGING LOWER LINKAGES
THREE POINT HITCH CATEGORY 2
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breviglieri b60ps or pl 205.
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if they podesem me to help to make a good choice between these models or others that I did not relate.
If they will have more suggestions I am thankful.

Diogo
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Hai Diogo,

I have an maschio (round 15 years old) the newer models looks a little lighter than the old ones, but i have good experiences whit maschio, the only thing we did in the 10 years we owned, and used ;-) this rotovator is one paintjob, one time we changed the knifes, and the bolds on the under linkage, you can adjust these from front to behind, we used this many times whit use on difrent tractors.

In mine oppinion you must have a clutch one the PTOdriveshaft, when you hit a piece of tree, or rock you don`t dammage the gearbox include the chain/drivebox of the rotovator. Its a bit more money, but a dammaged gearbox ore something is more money!
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Thanks ruudje...
the first sight in such a way the maschio as the others has a short while fragile appearance, but I have a friend that it arranges much rotavator and it says that the quality of the Italian steel is very good, to one days appeared in the workshop of it an equal maschio to this with the warped apron and it with the normal preces to straighten it I did not obtain it, had that to go to a press.
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already it had forgotten...
in the case of the budget of the maschio clutch is with the option of the cardan to have a friction or the cardan to have a fuse
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Howard are a well respected brand, I think it would be a good choice (I think they were the original makers of the rotavator) ;-)
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thanks Tas.
but of the Howard rotavator still I have little information, I only have the one that appears in web. exists in my village an agriculturist who has a Howard and goes to speak with it to know which is to dealer more close to me for get more information...
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http://www.kongskilde.com/Soil/Brands/Howard/

Bras, More info here about Howard rotavator models ;-)
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thanks Tas for the site!
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No problems :-)

Here is another for you;

http://www.falc1960.com/en/news.html

FALC are an Italian company,

Regards,

TC ;-)
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I never remembered this mark!
in my school exists one digging machine of this mark.
Looks good but don't have much information.
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