Mouldboard plow navesnie 2

mouldboard plow
mouldboard plow
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Other characteristic
reversible, rotary

Max.: 3 m (9'10")

Min.: 1 m (3'03")


Attachment device. The plow is turned by a double-acting cylinder with an automatic switch. The short, sturdy turnover axle, made of improved steel, withstands the toughest shocks and long Proper setting. 1. Use the outer adjusting screw 1 to adjust the pulling point. If the tractor is pulling toward the plowed ground, unscrew the screw. If the tractor is pulling toward the unplowed ground, tighten the screw. 2. Use the internal adjustment screw 2 to adjust the working width of the first housing. If the working width of the first housing is not wide enough, unscrew the screw. If it is too large, tighten the screw. Changing the working width. The working width is 4-step adjustable by manually rotating the ridge elements. This makes it easy to adjust the plough to different conditions (soil conditions, tractor, etc.). When adjusting the working width the skimmers and depth wheel also change their position automatically. Mechanical safety device. Shearbolt breaks under load, plough body swings up on obstacle. Support wheel. Pendulum tracking wheel on pneumatic tires for 3 and 4 body ploughs. Pendulum follow-up transport wheel on pneumatic tires for 5-hull ploughs. Setting to transport position by tilting the wheel and repositioning the bolt - only in combination with the transporter lock on the attachment. 1. Setting the inclination of the body. With the quick-release device 1 the inclination of the body can be adjusted so that a safe entry is ensured even on very hard, dry soils. 2. Field boards. Large field boards for safe ploughing. The field boards are 4x wrap-around (full use of material).


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