Horsch Pronto 9SW problem

Sergeant Larson
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Horsch Pronto 9SW problem

Post by Sergeant Larson » Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:49 pm

I bought this guy yesterday bc seeding was starting to take waaaaay longer than the harvest with my one Vader drill. I didnt realize the thing is piggyback style! The pic in shop is very misleading. :lol: Anyway I hooked the pronto up to a Holly half track (the 435), and my worker is leaving the dreaded stubble tufts at the turnarounds. After watching him operate i can see the tractor WANTS to turn tighter, but is being limited by the first pivot(where the tractor hooks up). Does anyone know a workaround for this? Would putting a weight(or some other intermediary) on the back of my tractor allow any more range of motion? Sorry if the question has been asked before, but searches were yielding no results. pun intended. :biggrin2: Thanks in advance.
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Hairy Bob
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Re: Horsch Pronto 9SW problem

Post by Hairy Bob » Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:34 pm

Using a weight might work, I can't remember if the pronto has the right attacher to connect to it though.
Failing that, you could try using an articulated tractor, like the T9 or the quadtrac. They seem to turn better with larger implements than the other available tractors in game.
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Sergeant Larson
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Re: Horsch Pronto 9SW problem

Post by Sergeant Larson » Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:49 am

I didnt think of using an articulated bc i kinda hate driving them but you may be on to something. Thanks Bob. *thumbsup*
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