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luciano 486057 308 John Deere 7515 either
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Trabalhando com plaina, este trator basicamente trabalha somente com este implemento, esta plaina usamos em todo o terreno, passamos 2 ou 3 vezes em cada campo.

Working with plane, this tractor basically works only with this implement, this plane used in the whole land, 2 or 3 times we passed in each field.
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As 3 lâminas em forma de "V" revolvem a terra, a lâmina maior atrás faz o acabamento.

The 3 sheets in form of "V" turn over the earth, the larger sheet behind makes the finish.
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Great photos Luciano. But why do u plne those fields? What are you going to do with those fields after you planed it? Never see these kind off equipment around here. But in North America nad also n south America it seems to be a common equipment to use.
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Stark1 wrote:
Great photos Luciano. But why do u plne those fields? What are you going to do with those fields after you planed it? Never see these kind off equipment around here. But in North America nad also n south America it seems to be a common equipment to use.


Stark1, in this fields will plant irrigated rice, for flood. As the land is not plane, I have to leave him/it very flat, to do walls to count the water. For this I use level laser, I catch a certain height and I am going for the field marking the wall, they make turns, as if they were curved of level. Between a wall and another I leave an unevenness of only 5 cm, for this the earth has to be very flat.


Here I have some photo, he will understand better

http://www.farmphoto.com/fpv2/message.aspx?mid=446649#446649
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