LINER Rakes

Taking raking to a whole new dimension

From the single rotor rake, dual rotor central or side discharger, to the four rotor large-scale rake, CLAAS has the perfect solution to master any challenge

LINER Rakes

Taking raking to a whole new dimension

From the single rotor rake, dual rotor central or side discharger, to the four rotor large-scale rake, CLAAS has the perfect solution to master any challenge

LINER 1750.

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Professional windrow collection – the LINER 1750.

Loss-free raking and transfer to the secondary rotor means a clean and accurate shape, which is ideal for processing the swath with the machine following. The LINER 1750, with its 26.3 ft (8.0 m) raking width, is the rake for all professional silage businesses and farm contractors.

  • Infinitely variable overlapping of rotors from the driver's seat to avoid losing forage.
  • Continuously lubricated CLAAS professional rotor housing assembly with additional bearing housing.
  • 14 removable tine arms with PROFIX quick-change system for maximum raking output.
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Precision ground-contour following.

  • Fully floating rotor suspension for optimal ground-contour following.
  • The four-wheel chassis with steerable front wheels and laterally suspended front axle provides extremely smooth running and accurate gauging of each ground contour.
  • The optional six-wheel chassis is equipped with extra tandem axles and trailing wheels for precise ground-contour tracking, highest working speeds and minimal crop contamination.
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Easy, customisable operation.

  • Infinitely variable, hydraulic headland stop to suit all types of forage crop.
  • A sequential valve is used to adjust the time delay for lifting and lowering the rotors to suit your individual requirements.
  • Infinitely variable overlapping of rotors from the driver's seat to avoid losing forage, particularly when turning.
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Secure and comfortable transport.

  • You can reduce the transport height to below 13.1 ft (4.0 m) by hydraulically lowering the rotors without leaving the cab.
  • The windrow guard is lockable in the transport position so the crop stays where it belongs when going back for large windrows.
  • Transport lock is automatically released when the rotors are lowered.
  • The machine has a low center of gravity, due to the rotors being telescopically retracted downwards in their transport position, ensuring more stable handling, even at higher speeds of up to 31 mpt (50 km/h).