|Attaching to a pivoting or linkage drawbar
|The drawbar - floating or linkage drawbar - is heigh-adjustable and the hitch ring is controlled by a parallel linkage. The hydraulic ram on the drawbar maintains the leading rotor parallel to the ground as it is lifted and lowered.
|The tandem axle
|A wide wheelbase with 18" wheels provides excellent contouring. The wide wheelbase of the front axle provides optimum stability in sloping terrain. The working height is adjusted the pin setting systems
|Adjusting the lateral rotor tilt
|Clewan and loss-free rakes are the foremost goal which has to be achieved in heavy crop as well. Adjusting the rotor's lateral tilt is easy fronm this threaded spindle so that the rotors will also pick up the extra material that is building up on the curtain.
|Swathing all material to the right, forming one single swath
|Thes is the swath presentation that suits high-capacity harvesters and light crops
|Shifting the rear rotors left/right
|Operators can quickly shift the rear rotor to the side by operating a ram that also varies the work width when forming one single swath
|Swathing all material to the left, forming a twin swath
|This mode of swathing is selected to tailor swath sizes to small harvester capacities and in dense and leafy crops and for making night windrows.