2013 WIRTGEN WS 250/ 8430 WITH JOHN DEERE 8430 for sale $269,500
|Title||2013 WIRTGEN WS 250/ 8430 WITH JOHN DEERE 8430|
|Price||AUD $269,500 INCL GST|
|Pass Width - mm||2,500|
|Depth of cut - mm||500|
|Operating Weight - kg||18,000|
Stabiliser 2013 Wirtgen WS250, 2.5mtr width and 0.5m depth, milling and mixing drum, ultra-sonic mixing depth indicator, all pic mounts are Bisalloy plate protected, individual nozzle controls side mounted, ladded non drip valves to all nozzles, electric solenoid high flow shut off to prevent water over runs at start and finish.All the above equipment is in excellent condition with consumable spare parts and others included.
John Deere 8430 IVT, 305hp, 5578hrs, Solid frt axle, Heavy Lift rear 3PL, front 3P linkage 5000kg, quick attach front weight pack, integrated high flow Hypro pump, water injection system, in cab pressure and flow controls, Trimble FMX display and 3.5cm GPS auto steer allowing accurate pass repeatability and overlaps. Curves can also be auto steered, high load rated tires, additional electro/hydraulic remote outlets, uhf, fire extinguisher, reverse alarm. All site compliant and RMS plant hire inspected. Advantages of this rear stabiliser/tractor combo are, depth and width capacity, manoeuvrability, transport speed, fuel usage, operator visibility, Rops cab and dust filtration, Wirtgen reliability, John Deere parts availability and tractor can be used for other purposes.
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