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SUB 89317 112 Case 1455 either
Case 1455
Is it possible for this machine to lift this much weight.
This looks to me to be a Kverneland plough and these I know
to be very heavy, and this machine does not appear to be
weighted down.
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Why not?
We´re pulling a 4-row Kverneland plough behind a 946/CS94.
No Problems! Our plough looks equal to this. Maybe it´s a
little smaller but it is even "Stone Save".
Re: Case 1455
Sascha, howya!
Why not? there's why not.
Looks a bit bigger when it's out of the ground does'nt it
Both machines are the same size and weight and I'm pretty
sure the works at the back of both are the same, i.e. same
size asister ram, same lift capacity, althought that plough
does look a hell of a lot bigger.

I looked back over your posts and seen your machines, Nice,
the 946 looks like it's had a respray.
I know IH's are strong on the hydralics, but some years ago
I seen A Kverneland 4 row reversible on the back of A TW25
and it looked very heavy on its rear when raised, and this
machine is monster size.
I think maybe Kverneland must have downsized and reduced the
weight of the newer models and maybe this is the type that
you guy's are working, cos I could'ent imagine that 946,
whatever about the CS94, lifting the huge 4 row I seen.

Rgds ;-)
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I´m missing the topbar or how that piece is called in
English. I think it is a half carried plough. Half the
weight is carried by the rear wheel of the plough. Otherwise
the plough is very strange attached to the 1455.

For 4 furrow Kverneland ploughs with ±100 hp tractor: just
look at most active threads. A Belarus 920 of mr Priit is is
shown there with a 4 furrow Kverneland plough.

In my photo posts a is 56 hp tractor shown with 3 furrow
plough. But that isn´t a very heavy build plough with 16"
furrows. With a borrowed 3 furrow Kverneland we had a bit
problems in the beginning indeed. But we managed to plow the
last acres. A bit sand in the loader did the trick ;-) and a
bet was won.
Re: Case 1455
Ok, I don´t know the Exact Type of the plough.
The plough belongs to a friend of us. We are working
together. btw: He has a Maxxum 5140 and Case Axial 2166
The plough must be smaller, as I sad on my last post, as
that one on the pic.
Re: Case 1455

Yeah, I know what your sayin, but still look at the picture
and no way would you say that that particular plough can be
lifted by that Inter.
Have seen photo's posted since, 5 rows on the back of this
model but they don't seem a big size equipment.
I think maybe this model needs one machine on either end:-)

Here's A picture to make my point, 1455XL with Kverneland 4
row, looks loaded to the Max to me.
Re: Case 1455
Who cares about that small crappy machinery get into the
real stuff!!!!!!!!!
Re: Case 1455
Small and Crappy:-\
Me think's your confused Buddy, take a good look at this
site and you'll these machines are working loads as big as
any of the big stuff.
And what's "the real stuff" Fendt 926/930

Fact is buddy, I ain't ever gonna own one, so no point in
Re: Case 1455
This is how 2 answer A qestion boy's and girl's, I didna
believe it bu now I believe it.
That machine seems to be doing very very well with all that
weight, who need's the new shit, respect:-)
Re: Case 1455

On the Fields in my Area you aren´´t faster with big
For us the CS94 and the 4-row Ploguh is perfect! We have
Fields on them it takes the most time to turn because they
are so small.
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I thank you for letting someone else to explain how that
pickup hitch of you works.
Now I know why we don´t know it here on the continent.
To little progess at huge costs. And you add the problem the
much bigger chance losing your trailer while you are driving
40 KM/H.
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Well frank
I didn’t answer your question because I figured somebody
else who was better informed than I would do it, or that an
owner of A 1455XL would see the post and come forward with
the info.
As for our friend’s hitch and explanation I’ve never seen
anything like it, I only know of one type of PUH hitch
arrangement and you can see it on the rear of most modern
tractors, it’s on all of ours and all the machines I’ve even
By the way the hitch unit’s we use over here are
straightforward systems, nothing like our friends
But, BUT, if you look at the TOP ARMS on the pictures I put
up, you will see there is No accommodation for the arm’s
that drop down to the pickup unit. And no accommodation for
A latch to hold up the hitch unite, so Me thinks this
machine was not designed with PUH in the first place.
If anybody knows for definite they can post.
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