The Masterdrive gearbox has an industry exclusive two-stage reduction drive. The second spur-gear drive has little tilt because there are considerably smaller clearances between the two gears. This increases durability of the whole assembly in difficult conditions. Wear on the gears is reduced to a minimum and only scheduled greasing of the tine arms is required. The two stages also make it possible to include larger spur gears with more teeth for better overall power transmission.
Standard 3D Suspension
The standard 3D suspension rotors closely follow the ground over undulating terrain for raking when every leaf counts. The tines collect the crop with the greatest precision: a particular benefit when raking rolling ground.
The bogie axles are ideal for raking fields with uneven ground (pivot tracks, rough terrain after grazing) and where higher raking speeds are desired.
A few turns of the crank are all that is needed to position the tines at the ideal crop pickup height. Preselection of the windrow width in transport position is all it takes to adjust the working width and windrow width. When rotor arms are lowered, the rotors are automatically positioned at the desired setting. When raised for transport, the rotors are automatically placed in the lowest position to minimize transport height.
The pivoting headstock increases maneuverability and stability on uneven ground. It also provides added comfort during transport, increasing your safety and peace of mind.