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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

Grass Care

LINER swathers

Contour tracking is three-dimensional, clean and fast.

  • Both rotors are free to move independently of the chassis.
  • Three-dimensional tracking over uneven ground, thanks to fully floating suspension that levels the swather both fore and aft and at right angles to the direction of travel.
  • The tines always stay parallel to the ground, ensuring raking remains clean at any speed.
  • A wide track with secure rotor suspension – the four- and six-wheel rotor chassis.
  • Positioning close to the tines produces even and clean raking across the entire working width.
LINER swathers

Six wheels.

The new LINER 3100 is fitted with a six-wheel chassis as standard. The LINER 2900, 2800 and 2700, and also the rear rotor of the LINER 4000, can be fitted with an optional six-wheel chassis (available through CLAAS parts). The additional suspended axles with the trailing steered wheels optimize contour tracking, and consequently the work and forage quality as well.

LINER swathers

No.1 for lifting.

• When turning on headlands, the rotors raise high enough to
avoid disturbing the flat windrow with their rotating tines.
• When lowering, the rear wheels touch down before the front
wheels, preventing the tines from digging into the ground.
• Headland lifting of approximately 20 in (more than 500 mm)
makes it possible to run across the highest windrow.
• Automatically folding windrow guard for all center rakes.