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Krone Introduces Four New Three-Point Disc Mowers

Krone’s four new models of Three-Point Disc Mowers - EC 280, 320, 360 and 400 - have cutting widths from 8’8” to 13-foot, and feature the new EasyCut Cutterbar.

The Cutter-bar’s weight is evenly distributed due to Krone’s Center of Gravity Flotation, which provides even surface pressure on the entire working width. The new mowers feature larger, heavy-duty, inline idler gears; torsion parallelogram linkage; optimal weight distribution; and four linkage positions with adjustable lower links to suit every tractor.

They have a break-back system, which is double-safety based, allowing the mower to swing rearward and tilt up at the same time, out of the cutting position.

Visit www.krone-northamerica.com

10/21/2005