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I had the pto version on a 50hp alpine tractor and it was excellent, great infeed for it's size, high quality build, easy to service, paint work held up well if that bothers you, I'd have another if I needed one.

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I've been asking around both in UK and France. No-one seems to say a bad word about them. 

Either because they are genuinely good or so rare that few are around to complain about.

 They come in petrol, diesel and battery with a natty folding chute.

I've only seen them up close at the shows though.

Certainly the larger models get sterling feedback.

Blade changes look simple enough too.

Stuart

 

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Yes blade changes are easy, nearly two years ago the 200 series (215?) was meant to be getting a tracked version, but maybe shelved as not seen anything lately, that'd be my choice of tracked machine.

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I Purchased a new 175 diesel (35hp) this January and it’s been faultless, impressive performance and build quality. early days though

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56 minutes ago, GregM said:

I Purchased a new 175 diesel (35hp) this January and it’s been faultless, impressive performance and build quality. early days though

Keep us posted please. 

Particularly interested in the durability of the infeed, the effectiveness of the rollers on all sizes of material and whether it blocks or material gets stuck in the flywheel.

  Cheers

    Stuart

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13 minutes ago, tim361 said:

I’ve spoke to both dealers and you can’t get the 35hp anymore on the 24hp units

37hp Efi though...

    Stuart

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Hi Stuart infeed seems strong considering it’s not the thickest steel, high tensile apparently. Not had any blockages so far, the flywheel has paddles to throw out the chip as on the forsts. Pulls in viny material well and handles 6” timber no problem with sharp blades, not quite as good fork crushing ability as the forst equivalent but happy to trade that in for a reliable machine

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