"translation : google
Desculpe a ignorancia mas o que vem a ser uma pradaria???
Sera que é algum tipo de solo? ou seria de vegetação??
No Brasil plantamos tanto soja como milho em diversos tipos de solo."
"Watch the variable speed header control in corn. The drum tends to slip in and out on ours. We've had deere out to work on it a handful of times. Other than that, we've only had minor implications with our 9660sts. No complaints overall."
"We got a 9660 STS this last fall traded a 9600 for it. We were very impressed and never had to call deere once. All the fixes we had were small and easy to handle. Time will tell he we like it. We usally hold on to them for 10 years plus."
"Yes, in fact, this is our first year with the freightliner carrying a mercedes motor. So far we've gotten along ok. The only problem is that on an automatic transmission that's air power operated, make sure you put them in neutral before…"
Yes, in fact, this is our first year with the freightliner carrying a mercedes motor. So far we've gotten along ok. The only problem is that on an automatic transmission that's air power operated, make sure you put them in neutral before you shut it down for a long weekend. We found out the hard way (unintentionally), that, like most, there is a default setting that doesn't allow you to start the engine if it's not in neutral (just like a normal car). Therefore, if you go away for the weekend, and the tanks lose pressure, then there's no way to start the motor come Monday Morning!!!! Oh well, live and learn.
Do you know much about mercedes motors? Hear any complaints or compliments?
Our 4994 is actually in really good physical shape. i was impressed with how clean it was when we took all the shields off to get to the block. I'll take some more pictures when we start hauling manure. They are really hard to find. I have been keeping my eye on tractor house too, not that i'm in the market to buy one, i just think they're sweet. there were only 200 of them made. the scania is alright, i have heard about issues with them also, but the 49 has been pretty good. the only thing that sucks is trying to get parts for them. the only place we could get a new piston and ring was based out of Sweden, so shipping was crazy. they actually use that same motor in tanks, haha, i found that out and thought it was pretty sweet.
yeah dude, i saw your 4694, all your tractors are in awesome condition! yeah, pulling that tank around for 10 years really took a beating on that thing. it's a good match though, and yes it will be the new manure tractor, as well as helping with cultivating in the spring a little. the only issue we ever had with it, besides the ring, was the steering would sometimes go weird in the back while steering with both the front and back. I'm not sure about the scraper, it would make sense though.