Claas adds two new Liner rakes

Agriculture.com Staff 11/11/2008 @ 10:00am

Claas has made two additions to its line of Liner rakes - the Liner 750 and Liner 1750. These dual rotor side discharge rakes add a new level of selection for producers. The new models increase working widths, offer clean raking, produce even swaths and minimize maintenance costs.

The Liner 750 twin rotor design allows for single or twin windrows with a 24' clearing width and 25' 7'' working width. It's equipped with 12 removable tine arms with 4 double tines per arm, per rotor, which make it ideal for narrow transport and storage. In addition, the 3-D rotor suspension makes covering each contour of the field simple with a free-moving rotor frame, operating completely independent of the main frame. Precise ground contour allows you to work in tough field conditions while maintaining a clean swath and minimizing ash (foreign material).

Increasing the working width to 26' 3'', the Liner 1750 twin rotor design allows for one single windrow. With 14 tine arms with 4 double tines per arm, per rotor, this model increases working output. The 3-D contour rotor articulation offers the ability to swath quickly, while at the same time maintaining high forage quality. The two-point inverted U-frame gives maximum clearance of the single wide-angle universal drive shaft. With telescopic tine arms controlled from the cab, reducing the rake down for transport is made easy.

For more information, visit Claas at www.claas.com.

Claas has made two additions to its line of Liner rakes - the Liner 750 and Liner 1750. These dual rotor side discharge rakes add a new level of selection for producers. The new models increase working widths, offer clean raking, produce even swaths and minimize maintenance costs.

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