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voilà j'ai vu ce bordel dans le Gers et personne pour
m'informer, alors si qq'un a déjà vu
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I'm sorry, my French is non-existant :-[, but based on the
pictures I'd say it's a self-propelled mower, an early BIG
M!
Is this what you want to know? I don't know anything else
about this make of machine :-\
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I think this is a self propelled version of the Grass Hopper
mowers made in the U.K. They were at shows and Demo's around
1993
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I thought the drums looked like grasshoppers, that would
make sense with the name too 'LOCUST'
Is the machine based on a New Holland Self Propelled
Harvester?
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I don't know much about the skid unit but Agrimech were
involved in grass drying technology in the UK. I saw the
trailed machine working at the grassland demonstration 1993.
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I think K2 Designs took on the designs for the grasshopper
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How is this machine working? Are the drums swinging forward
on each side? How much is the working width? 6.00m? I
remember seeing a brochure of a Steyr 8320 carrier with the
mowers going upright in pairs for transport. Are the drums
working in one row or are the outer 2 working just behind
the front ones?
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