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The Tiger­cat 1185 eight-wheel drive har­vester is now avail­able to Aus­tralian op­er­a­tors, Tiger­cat’s of­fi­cial Aus­tralian dealer One­trak an­nounced re­cently

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E quipped with Tiger­cat-built bo­gie axles and a pow­er­ful Tiger­cat ER crane, the pre­mi­umqual­ity 34-tonne 1185 sets a new stan­dard for dura­bil­ity and pro­duc­tiv­ity in tough ter­rain.

Tiger­cat’s unique WideRange drive sys­tem in­creases work­ing travel speed while de­liv­er­ing ex­tremely pow­er­ful trac­tive ef­fort for high per­for­mance in steep ter­rain and quick in-stand travel on good ground.

The 1185 blends high per­for­mance with fuel ef­fi­ciency through the use of ad­vanced hy­draulic cir­cuits.

Ded­i­cated pumps power the drive, har­vest­ing head, crane, fan and cool­ing cir­cuit func­tions.

In ad­di­tion, a closed loop drive sys­tem pro­vides ex­cel­lent per­for­mance and re­sponse on steep slopes.

A pres­sure- and flow-con­trolled pis­ton pump drives the cool­ing fan, main­tain­ing op­ti­mal op­er­at­ing tem­per­a­tures at the low­est pos­si­ble fan speed. The crane fea­tures Tiger­cat’s ef­fi­cient and op­er­a­tor-friendly ER tech­nol­ogy.

The hooked pro­file of the main boom pro­motes ex­cel­lent right-side vis­i­bil­ity. Not only is the crane ef­fi­cient but also sim­ple in de­sign, with­out ex­ter­nal par­al­lel link­ages. With an ex­treme duty slew sys­tem and 360-de­gree con­tin­u­ous ro­ta­tion, the cabin ro­tates with the crane.

The cabin is spa­cious with ex­cel­lent vis­i­bil­ity and clear line of sight to the wheels. The curved wind­shield af­fords ex­cel­lent up­ward vis­i­bil­ity and safety, thanks to the lat­est pro­tec­tive tech­nol­ogy.

Op­er­a­tors will find all the crea­ture comforts in­clud­ing a com­fort­able and highly ad­justable cli­mate-con­trolled seat with a four-point har­ness and full Blue­tooth con­nec­tiv­ity.

The 1185 is pow­ered by the Tiger­cat FPT N67

Tier 2 308hp en­gine.

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