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Re: haley, do you fancy one of these??

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oj,I am a DIE HARD Claas man but I would run from that one fast.The thought of 8(I think thats right)cylinders behind a conventional cylinder instead of walkers just spells trouble.I could not imagine a rock,stump or a wad of vines going through the cylinders without really making a mess on the inside.One other reason I would be scared of it is the engine.If memory serves me correct these tracked models came with a 3306 Cat engine.I am also a DIE HARD Cat man and love the 3306 but I have seen my fair share of them fail when they were used in constant high rpm applications like this.This is my 2 cents worth so please don't let it influence you one way or the other.

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 Re: haley, do you fancy one of these?? in reply to haley, 10-11-2013 16:46:33  
Haley, i'm not seriously looking at this one (too far away), but i just missed a 112 for $5000 about 3 hours away. The 112 is a 52inch machine with the cylinders like the one in the link, but v6 merc and wheels.

I just thought it was cool... and for some reason i think if you needed those tracks, you probably shouldn't be in the field lol

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