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Old 11-21-2010, 09:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Kirovets K 9000 series 4WDs

With up to 514hp from a Mercedes engine,this is the first 4WD on the market with a CVT transmission buildt by Mali in Germany.

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Old 11-22-2010, 01:48 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I thought Christian would be posting about the kirovets. Kind of a neat looking unit.
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Old 11-22-2010, 02:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I've posted about the 9000 series quite a few times... Received an email about this one a year ago but somehow didn't post on here (though did mention it in the other Terrion thread).

Terrion = Kirovets.

You should see the cab on these... it'll put Deere to shame.

There's a bit more new news out of Russia... I'll have to post it, but I've been a bit... um... preoccupied... lately.
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I like it...Regardless of the transport "Reasoning" for the big singles, they need to have an option of that tire dualed-out, instead of those 16.9x34 it was showed with in the picture.

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I'll have to post it, but I've been a bit... um... preoccupied... lately.
Really?? with what?
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not a snowballs chance in **** of those things selling in western canada without duals
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Old 11-22-2010, 05:16 PM   #7 (permalink)
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What was that 8 wheeled monster at 0:52, a Union machine?

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I like it...Regardless of the transport "Reasoning" for the big singles, they need to have an option of that tire dualed-out, instead of those 16.9x34 it was showed with in the picture.

Yeah, if we dual those singles, it might look like your sig....

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Those are 30.2-32 super singles... They work remarkably well like that, but you can dual, or even triple them up.

The four-whealer is a DTU model... 650HP to the ground on 4 axles
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The DTU now being developed by Deutz as the Agroxxl

http://www.samedeutz-fahr.com/5811.pdf

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Those are 30.2-32 super singles... They work remarkably well like that, but you can dual, or even triple them up.

The four-whealer is a DTU model... 650HP to the ground on 4 axles
Triple 30.5-32s? That I have to see. That'd be a monster!

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Wonder if the flatback is for some form of attachment. If not, you'd think the cab would be at the back for best implement visibility.

Aren't they going to run into trouble like Big Roy with sidewall damage and stress? Or is there something else going on here, because that looks to me to be 4 rigid axles.

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