BRUDER Spielwaren’s Claas Lexion 780 Terra Trac combine harvester is extremely detailed. Its large number of functions, size, and craftsmanship is very impressive. The caterpillar tracks are particularly noteworthy. Claas has developed a new product called TERRA TRAC. These innovative developments are required to spread the pressure and take good care of the ground because today’s mega harvesting machines are so powerful and heavy. Because resistance is reduced and slipping is less common, this also improves harvesting efficiency. BRUDER is the first company in the world to release a 1:16 scale fully functional TERRA TRAC track model with robust belts.
Little hands can easily maneuver the large model thanks to the easy-to-use steering. The cutting unit has an automatic level control and can be used off-road. After the work is finished, a cutting unit carriage can be suspended from the combine harvester’s drawbar coupling. Other unique features include a friction drive reel and a fillable grain tank that can be emptied through the drain tube using a manual spindle drive. As a result, there’s almost nothing you can’t do while simulating the work processes of a real combine harvester. The openable door and driver’s cab are ideal for the b world figure (not included), and there are other flaps and adjustments to add to the fun.
In the video below, you can see Mähdrescher CLAAS LEXION 780 Terra Trac – Fendt Weizenernte’s largest combine harvester wheat harvest.
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