The protagonist of this new video is a New Holland T7.290 Heavy Duty to which 4 TiDue rubber tracks have been applied with a contact surface on the ground of over 6 square meters, thus being able to increase the traction force while decreasing the trampling of the ground . To make room for the track, the fuel tank was mounted on the front lift.
In the video we see him plowing with an ERMO Vari-Evolution 156 six-furrow, working depth 35-40 cm.
Greetings and thanks to the Bertelli family for their complete willingness to film!
It has a record support surface, comparable if not superior to 8rx. The doubt remains whether the kinematics hold up in the long run, in any case I see that the development of the half-tracks is maturing respectable prototypes
What a tow with double tracks and above all the width of the tracks is also remarkable cmq nice car even if I'm more for houses cmq even New Holland is churning out nice tractors. congratulations on the shoot
Oh God... Honestly, I really like it rubberized... So it doesn't seem like much to me... On an aesthetic level I speak!!! But being a prototype it can fit...... Then that plow.. no I say.. We want to talk about it!!!!