Commandor CS 228 rotary combine, 1992.
7.5m autocontour header with twin axle trailer, 3D sieves.
Twin Rape knives. Chopper. Spreader. V10 Merc.
Serious cereal eater. Available now.
£22000 + VAT. Ex. 01677 422158 or 07710 287147.
Catching a bit of wheat between showers
Eating beans before it rains again.
21/9/17, being cleaned to put in store.
on header stopped automatic tilt during harvestĖ brown multiplug under dash
needs rewiring. Job for winter. Manual
electric tilt works OK from the dash switch.
Wired for electric adjustment of straw chop
direction, straw concave, and fan speed.
Extra tough 800 x 32 front tyres.
All our straw is baled and sold. The chopper
is only used in Beans, and then not every year because we also sell the
bean straw for boilers.
Rotaries can go when the crop is wetter than
conventionals, which is useful when you have a sky like that behind you !
If you can get it across the header Ė it will handle it, and on
occasion we have had to grab it at 28%, which is the maximum that our grain
store angles will handle. Ideal for catchy weather.
Fitted with Chopper and Spreader.
This is from our own farm and has been here
since itís third season, and is oh so much better than our previous Dominator
115s and 116s, which had horrendous electrical probs and ate belts.
Most of those Dominators were turbocharged
and a serious fire risk unlike this naturally aspirated V10, which although much
more powerful than the previous V8s is very much above itís job, and stays
cooler. The extra power with a rotary means more throughput.
New upper sieves last year.
We (American Tractors) used to deal in them
and take Claas UKs excess used rotary stock, but this was our last purchase from
them. As such it was supplied to a very special specification. Originally had
the usual 6m header which Class UK changed for a one year old 7.5m one complete
with extra lift ram, in order to sell it to us. Experience with 228s had taught
us that the extra power allowed extra throughput which tended to make the
combines travel too fast with the 6m header for the driverís reactions, hence
the wider header which I think came from a Lexion. The theory proved right and
so she stayed here.
Sheís been an absolute cracker.
Only for sale because at 71,
Iím retiring from farming. (but not from tractors !)
Tel. 01677 422158 Fax. 01677 422148
Mob. 07710 287147
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