Thursday, 10 January 2013

Richard Western at LAMMA ‘13

Make sure you come and see us at the LAMMA '13 show on 16th and 17th January where we will be exhibiting again; stand number G10 – the same location as previous years.

Here is a great opportunity to come and see our latest products. We will have a selection of trailers on show including the Suffolk SF14HS silage trailer with hydraulic tailgate and rubber seal, fitted with 560/60R22.5 radial tyres and a range of other options.

New for 2013 - Suffolk trailer models which will come fitted with displacement tipping rams featuring chromed tubing.

We will also be featuring the RC14HS root crop trailer. This, as with all our root crop trailers, comes with hydraulic tailgate, full width front window and a 3’9” body height. The HS models are fitted with 10 stud commercial axles with 420mm x 180mm brakes and LED side marker lights.

Completing the trailer line up is the SWT18 Wellington trailer. The Wellington range has an impressive list of standard features that include commercial axles, sprung drawbar, LED lights, high clearance hydraulic tailgate with extra bracing and a 60 degree tipping angle making it the right choice for heavy duty work and sugar beet heaping.

You can also see the GR24 chaser bin complete with rear steering axle. Introduced in 2012 the GR range of chaser bins have been designed for increased performance to keep pace with the latest high output combine harvesters. This new design includes a PTO driven floor auger and a 600mm unloading auger ensuring  faster unloading times.

The Delilah spreader  featuring the D10 with twin vertical beaters will also be on show as will the  D12 with horizontal beaters and spinning discs. Standard features on Delilah spreaders include 60mm floor drive shaft,  4 heavy duty floor chains, wide angled PTO shaft, 1000rpm gearbox,  LED lights, 6mm floor and 4mm sides.

Get the date in your diary now so you don’t miss it!


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