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1 Full load of experience. Lorem ipsum dolor Lorem ipsum dolor set amet lorem ipsum Contractors and farmers report on the CARGOS combi and forage transport wagon.

2 The general trend is increasingly towards station wagons. The majority of all new loading wagons are now sold as station wagons. Compared to loading wagons, it offers a wider range of uses and significantly greater stability. While the range of applications proves to be a big plus point for capacity utilization and economy, the stability has a positive effect on the service life. Heiko Gronewold Tridem instead of tandem. Hermut Hubert Full performance throughout the day. Christian Popp The corn straw express. Marc Hohmeier. With the CARGOS, CLAAS is making full use of these advantages. The vehicles are built in the Bad Saulgau plant, the competence center for CLAAS forage harvesting machines. Bad Saulgau is located in the middle of an area with intensive grassland management. The best development and test conditions for the CARGOS and all other CLAAS forage harvesting machines are right on the doorstep. 10 No slope is too steep. Bernd Feldner 22 Soil conservation and cutting quality in focus. Ole Beckmann The second generation of CARGOS station wagons now stands for maximum customer satisfaction thanks to the tried and tested crop flow and the completely newly developed double knife cutting unit in terms of payload, throughput and cutting quality. Innovative tridem chassis concepts and a comprehensive range of tires up to 30.5 inches offer every customer the option of ordering exactly the right station wagon for their individual needs from CLAAS Fresh on the feeding table. Harmen Bouma There's nothing like having your own car. Anton Gaar Senior and Junior 26 Off to the future. CARGOS product range But take a look for yourself: In this brochure, eight practitioners, contractors and farmers tell you how they use the CARGOS station wagon on their farms and what experiences they have had with it. We hope you enjoy reading it, Thilo Bruns CLAAS Vertriebsgesellschaft mbh Product management forage harvesting / loading wagons / forage transport wagons PS: You can fi nd the detailed report online at: 2 3

3 Himself is the man. Heiko Gronewold The 26.5-inch tires are not only ideal on damp meadows. Ihlow The 26.5-inch tires on the CARGOS are really optimal on our damp meadows. Heiko Gronewold Dairy farmer Heiko Gronewold has been using his own mechanization for forage harvest for 25 years. And he doesn't intend to change anything, especially since he started working with a CARGOS 8400. Because he copes particularly well with the special requirements on the 75-hectare family business in East Frisia. The damp meadows in particular pose particular challenges. The large 26.5-inch tires of the CARGOS are really ideal for this, says Gronewold. But he also appreciates the high loading capacity, which he brings back to the lowered scraper floor with its optimal crop flow. That makes the car very easy to pull. The damp meadows are also one of the reasons why Gronewold carries out the grass harvest itself. Because the harvest windows are very small, as the changeable weather in the coastal region often does not play along. Waiting for a contractor would be too risky for him. With the first cut, there is usually only one favorable week for the harvest, during which almost all businesses in the area request the contractor at short notice. You have to be lucky to get it. Farmer Gronewold was impressed by the cutting quality of the CARGOS. In his opinion, the many small areas of the company speak in favor of self-mechanization. That makes the use of external machines unprofitable for him. In addition, I know the areas much better than a strange driver and know exactly which wet depressions it is better not to drive through with a full car. With the CARGOS, Gronewold was particularly impressed by the cut quality: It is significantly shorter and therefore better than the previous model. The double knives, ground on both sides, also save time and make handling easy. With the new double knife, I as a farmer can work for a whole year without having to grind. That makes our work a lot easier during the harvest. Another plus is its use as a station wagon. Because after removing the cutting unit and the metering rollers, the loading wagon becomes a silage wagon with 35.5 m³ loading volume and ideal tires. In this way, Gronewold can use the wagon for the corn harvest on an inter-farm basis and in this way utilize even better capacity. Main business focus Almost 90 dairy cows CARGOS 8400 The special material quality of the CARGOS double knives leads to high cutting quality and longer operating times. In addition, if the cutting performance decreases, you can turn the double knife sharpened on both sides and continue working with full cutting performance. Turning or changing the knives can be done in a few minutes thanks to the hydraulically foldable scraper floor and the central knife unlocking and locking mechanism. 4 5

4 tridem instead of tandem. Grassland and maize, maize and grassland. Anyone who is out and about in the district of Cuxhaven will quickly notice that almost everything in the region revolves around forage production. 95 percent of the businesses here are dairy farmers, confirms contractor Hermut Hubert from Köhlen near Bremerhaven. Because on the boggy soils, which are moist almost all year round, economical arable farming is not possible. It is not for nothing that the area between the North Sea, Weser and Elbe is also known as the wet triangle. We often get a runaway here when the sun is shining everywhere else, says Hubert. The moist bog soils and the uncertain weather make the grass and corn harvest challenging. According to Hubert, harvesting that is gentle on the soil is a big issue for his customers. But of course enough power is required, not only because of the small harvesting window, but also because the distances between the silo and the harvesting area are often long. Hubert says that most farmers use smaller 30 m 3 tandem loader wagons to save weight. His solution to this challenge turned out to be a bit bigger: in 2015, he was the first contractor in the region to opt for a CARGOS 8500 with a 41.5 m 3 loading volume and an electronically steered tridem axle with 26.5-inch tires. Hubert Landtechnik Geestland-Köhlen Operational focus agricultural engineering workshop 2 x CARGOS 8500 With the electronic-hydraulic forced steering of the CARGOS Tridem, the steering angles are adjusted depending on the speed. In addition, the car can be driven in crab steering and so e.g. Increase the roll-over area on damp ground and reduce the ground pressure. When working on the side slope, however, the drift is reduced. The wagon can also be unloaded directly at the edges when unloading in the silo. The CARGOS is simply solidly built and runs absolutely trouble-free during the stressful harvest. Hermut Hubert 6 7

5 From the point of view of drivers Wilken Gerdes and Sascha Apholz, the chassis and body are optimally matched to one another. The tridem chassis shows its strengths when unloading on the silo. With the electronic forced steering, the cars prove to be very manoeuvrable. That was the perfect choice for him: The third axle really brings huge advantages in terms of soil protection, just like the large tires. With crab steering, the CARGOS has another option to protect sensitive peat soils, which is also used by drivers as standard, especially when the wagons are loaded at an advanced stage. The hydraulic chassis was also important to Hubert for the wagons, as narrow dirt roads often have to be driven on, which slope more steeply to the sides. This means that the wagons really have a great stand, even when they are fully loaded. He is also very impressed with the maneuverability of the CARGOS thanks to the electronic forced steering: I almost get the impression that we can get into the narrow driveways more easily than before with the tandem wagon. The CARGOS is also very easy to drive on the road, it just keeps on going really well. And you hardly notice a difference between a full and empty car, confirm the two drivers Wilken Gerdes and Sascha Apholz. From their point of view, the chassis and body are optimally matched to one another: It just fits. According to driver Sascha Apholz, the tridem chassis also shows its strengths when unloading on the silo. In addition to the high level of stability on the soft ground, he also appreciates the lift function of the front axle: If you lift it while driving over it, you can get over the silo for an extremely long time without outside help. the speed of the scraper floor is continuously adapted to the amount of crops on the rollers. A push of a button is all it takes and the grass is distributed wonderfully evenly without the driver having to do anything. It couldn't be easier, says Apholz. For his boss Hermut Hubert, in addition to the high level of effectiveness, good feed quality is what counts, because his customers always look very carefully. The even cutting length and the clean cut of the CARGOS are always praised by farmers. In my opinion, the quality of the cut is even close to that of a chopper. The many advantages were so well received by Hubert's customers that they specifically asked the CARGOS for the next harvest. In order to be able to meet the demand, he quickly bought a second CARGOS with identical equipment. A purchase that was easy for him. Because his customers are willing to pay a higher hourly rate for the special harvest qualities of the CARGOS. Hubert also appreciates the low maintenance requirements and the reliability of the machine. From the quick knife change to the easily accessible lubrication points to the long maintenance intervals, everything is tip-top for him: The CARGOS is simply solidly built and runs absolutely trouble-free in the stressful harvest. What could I want more? Apholz sees unloading itself as completely problem-free. This is ensured by the torque-controlled dosing rollers (special equipment) of the CARGOS e. The two CARGOS are very relaxed on the road. 8 9

6 Feldner AGROTEC Lohnunternehmen GbR Gerolfingen No slope Operational focus The contractor CARGOS 8500 is too steep. An individual knife safety device is installed as standard in all CARGOS station wagons. If a foreign body hits the knife, it evades by the spring-loaded toggle lever and then automatically moves back into the crop flow. As a special feature, the pretensioning of the knife safety device can be used in 2017, the contractor Feldner Agrotec in Gerolfi ngen in Middle Franconia invested in a CARGOS 8500 station wagon with mechanically sprung tridem chassis and 26.5-inch tires. The new machine replaced a five-year-old CARGOS 9400 with a tandem chassis. The CARGOS 8500 is also very popular with our customers, "reports 54-year-old Bernd Feldner." The electronic forced steering makes the car even more manoeuvrable than its predecessor, and maneuvering has become much easier. On our sometimes very wet surfaces, it also scores with the low ground pressure. The contractor also appreciates the increased payload: the unladen weight of the tractor and station wagon together is around 22 tonnes. With both grass and maize (dry matter content approx. 33%) we are always in the green when fully loaded. In addition, we can e.g. with very wet maize, create a further 2.5 tons of payload by expanding the loading unit. With his station wagon, Feldner serves around 25 customers from the smaller 10 hectare grassland farm to biogas farms with 80 hectares: Some customers appreciate this inexpensive form of silage production. There are no idle times or idle times here. In addition, the customer can compact in the silo with their own technology. For larger farms, we usually move out in combination with forage harvesters and station wagons. We then use the CARGOS to transport the areas that are far away. As we get closer to the silo, the CARGOS automatically loads the smaller fields near the yard. An AXION 870 is available as a towing vehicle for the station wagon. A good combination for Karl Sauber, the driver of the team: We have a lot of hilly and sometimes wet areas here. In order to be able to work properly, 270 HP and a simple operation are required. The AXION can offer both. He also likes the quick and easy knife change, the long service life of the blades and the simple operation using the CLAAS COMMUNICATOR. With the CARGOS 8500, contractor Feldner serves around 25 customers from the smaller 10-hectare grassland farm to biogas farms with 80 hectares. Driver Karl Saber operates the wagon using the mechanically sprung tridem chassis, the combination is stable on the slope and in the silo. a spindle can be set in order to be able to react quickly and easily to changing conditions. CLAAS COMMUNICATOR. Bernd Feldner 10 11

7 Fresh on the feeding table. Important prerequisites for fresh grass feeding are sufficient rainfall, areas close to the farm and a suitable loading wagon. The challenge here: the car must have a lot of power, but must not spoil the sensitive fresh grass. That simply works best with the CARGOS, says Bouma. Basically, fresh grass recovery is the supreme discipline for self-loading wagons, because particularly heavy crops have to be cut and conveyed, but the forage should be treated as gently as possible. With the CARGOS, the wide feed rivers on the rotor guarantee that the forage is gently picked up. You move the fresh grass further onto the lowered scraper floor. In conjunction with the automatic loading system, the fins also ensure that the trolley is always optimally filled despite the heavy feed. With only 60 hectares of grassland, pruning management is Bouma's greatest challenge. With four to five cuts per year, he aims for between 6.5 to 7.0 MJ NEL / kg DM, the crude protein content should be at least 160 g per kg DM. It is my goal to always find the optimal cutting time. Because I need the highest possible and above all constant energy content in the feed. But even with optimal pruning management, it cannot be prevented that the energy and protein contents decrease over the course of the year. In order to achieve uniform rations, Bouma therefore supplements the fresh grass with corn silage and concentrated feed. From the end of October to April there is a classic ration of maize and grass silage with concentrated feed for the herd. Agriculture Harmen Bouma Easterein (Netherlands) Main business focus: 300 dairy cows CARGOS 8500 The 22 mm wide conveyor fins on the loading unit convey the forage particularly gently and ensure a very good cut quality. The rotor tines are not welded, but are plugged onto the rotor shell in three segments and screwed into them; In the event of foreign body damage, only the affected tines need to be replaced. The car has to have a lot of power, but must not lose the delicate fresh grass. That simply works best with the CARGOS. Harmen Bouma Fresh grass feeding is still widespread among farmers in the Dutch region of West Friesland. One of them is Harmen Bouma. He feeds his 300-headed dairy herd with fresh grass from April to the end of October and says: This is the cheapest feeding system for me. However, he is out and about on his fields every day with a tractor, front mower and a CARGOS 8500. Farmer Bouma has an average production of kg milk per cow per year

8 There's nothing like having your own car. Agriculture Anton Gaar Bichl (Upper Bavaria) Farm focus 55 Simmental cows plus offspring CARGOS 8400 On the Anton Gaar farm in Bichl in Upper Bavaria, it is a CARGOS 8400 that drives around 50 hectares of grass into the silo four to five times a year for 55 dairy cows plus offspring. Before purchasing, we tested almost all other makes in use, but then decided on the CLAAS station wagon, explains Anton Gaar Senior. Because it best suited our requirements. The automatic loading system ensures that the CARGOS station wagon is perfectly unloaded. It is controlled via a torque measuring pin on the rotor gearbox and a pressure sensor on the hydraulically pivoting filling flap. As soon as the individually adjustable limit values ​​are exceeded, the scraper floor switches on automatically. By adjusting the limit values, the compression of the wagon can also be adapted to the performance of the pulling tractor. The Gaars use their own machines for all forage harvesting work. In addition to collecting grass silage, the Gaars also use the wagon to transport purchased corn silage and wood chips. With the removable loading unit, the cover plates and the sturdy scraper floor, it can be used in a variety of ways, says the 51-year-old family man. And now we can use the scraper floor to unload our wood chips in low buildings. We were particularly impressed by the charging performance and compression. Anton Gaar Senior and Junior There are special reasons why Upper Bavaria is relying on its own mechanization. So father and son Gaar both work full-time and time is always short: We cannot afford to wait for a contractor to be assigned

9 We mow when the weather is right. In order to be independent and flexible, all work from mowing to tedding and swathing to harvesting and compacting is in the hands of the Gaar family. The farmers from the Bavarian Oberland are very satisfied with the operation and loading capacity of the CARGOS. According to the senior boss, the previous car had a higher loading capacity, but only on paper.However, the 35.5 cubic meter CARGOS 8400 brings more grass into the silo with every load: The loading capacity and compaction impress us. According to the brochure, the car has a load volume of 71 cubic meters at medium pressure. A very realistic figure. Our areas are up to 15 km away. Every cubic meter counts. "With the CARGOS and an ARION 620, Anton Gaar Junior can salvage his areas in a good two days. Of course, the simple operation and the automatic loading system also help him: With the correct setting, the trolley can be loaded with the full number of knives Fill evenly without musing. Thanks to the controlled pick-up with the feeler wheels, there is hardly any forage left, even with short material, and there is also no longer any dipping into the ground on hilly terrain. " The operation of the CARGOS using the OPERATOR Terminal from CLAAS leaves nothing to be desired: "Compared to other manufacturers, we find it simple and easy to understand. The driver can concentrate on the essentials. This is important in Bichl, because on fields, meadows and farms sometimes it can get tight: But despite its 9.70 meter length, the CARGOS is extremely manoeuvrable thanks to its steering axle and narrow drawbar. That really surprised us in a positive way, explains the trained fitter. That the CARGOS tires are size 710 / 50 R 26.5 had fallen has a special reason: We operate in an area with lots of Bavarian moss meadows, some of which are very wet. Before we bought it, we had concerns. The car has a gross vehicle weight rating of 21 tons, but the large tires distribute it Weight surprisingly good. So far there have been no problems on our surfaces. On the plus side, the ease of maintenance is no wonder: the father is a trained lock ser, the son of an agricultural machinery mechanic. Here you still lubricate, screw and repair yourself. The two especially like the swiveling scraper floor. It makes maintenance and knife changes quick and easy. The 40 double knives with their two-sided cutting edges can be easily turned over. A set of knives in Bichl lasts all year round without having to be sharpened. There are also no complaints about the stability: even if the car is full to the brim, you can't tell. There are no bulges in the walls, as we have seen with other test machines. The car seems stable. I am confident that it will be the last loader wagon that I have to buy, explains Anton Gaar Senior with a smile. The operation of the various functions using the OPERATOR Terminal leaves nothing to be desired. The hydraulically driven pick-up perfects the crop flow. The Gaars also use their CARGOS to transport corn silage they have bought in. Thanks to the double-sided blades, the 40 double knives can be turned over once. A set of knives in Bichl lasts all year round

10 Full performance all day. An average area of ​​two hectares is a challenge in terms of labor, especially if you want to harvest basic forage and substrate for 175 dairy cows and a biogas plant on this area. Christian Popp faced this task with his company. He needed a machine with high efficiency and maneuverability. His solution: A CARGOS 9500 with tridem chassis. Despite its size, the CARGOS has the necessary maneuverability for the small areas, reports Popp, who switched to the station wagon in 2016. He made a conscious decision to go for the tridem version with a narrow center distance and electronic-hydraulic forced steering. The power of the CARGOS was also convincing. 44 m 3 loading volume with a permissible total weight of 31 t are a great advantage for the farmer, especially when harvesting silage maize and whole plant silage. By expanding the loading unit, he can also fully utilize the payload. Even fully loaded, we do not exceed a total weight of 40 t. The ICT system brought an additional performance boost. Depending on the utilization of the pick-up and automatic loading system, it automatically adjusts the driving speed of the combination to the harvest volume and ensures an even crop flow. The driver only needs to control the system. Agriculture Christian Popp Goldkronach Operational focus 175 dairy cows, biogas CARGOS 9500 Tridem The ICT CRUISE PILOT is an option for the CARGOS and automatically regulates the driving speed of the pulling tractor. The utilization of the charging units is used as the control variable. In this way, the combination can always be driven to its capacity limit during loading work without overloading. This ensures a continuous crop flow, optimal wagon utilization and less downtime. At the same time, the driver is relieved. We can even cope better with this than with the earlier tandem-axle wagon. Even narrow driveways or journeys through the region's often narrow village streets are unproblematic, according to Popp. In addition, the electronic tridem axle in crab steering provides additional stability on slopes. This is an important argument because the areas are at the foot of the Fichtelgebirge. With every swath size, the machine automatically drives to the limit of its performance, explains Popp. If, on the other hand, the wagon is already full or the pick-up picks up a particularly large amount of crop, the ICT reduces the speed. The bottom line is that you can charge faster and more trouble-free with ICT. I can do more loads a day. And there are actually no more cloggers. The car drives safely even on slopes, even when it is fully loaded. 175 dairy cows are currently in the barn. Christian Popp 18 19

11 That doesn't happen very often in Germany: Farmer Marc Hohmeier harvests a good tonnes of corn stalks on 300 hectares and drives it to his biogas plant in a CARGOS 9600 Tridem. He has been working with this system for three years and has been able to reduce his costs for the feed components. He got the idea for this from Austrian biogas plant operators. The corn straw express. Corn straw is harder to digest for a biogas plant, but with the right production technology it is a cheap alternative to corn silage. It was precisely this cost point and the interest in breaking new ground that prompted Marc Hohmeier to get started with the process. He has not yet completely removed the maize silage from the feeding strategy, but the proportion of components that are difficult to digest, such as horse manure, grass silage from the last cut and maize straw is increasing sharply. In addition to the preparation of these components, the harvest and logistics are a major challenge. After threshing the maize, we immediately start harvesting straw. Because the longer the straw lies, the deeper it sinks to the ground and is then difficult to pick up cleanly, says Hohmeier. The loosely lying straw is first mulched after harvest. A large part of the maize straw, which was collected by the mulcher on a swath belt, is then picked up by the CARGOS 9600 in the next work step. The remaining straw is well chopped up and hardly poses a phytosanitary risk. The decision to use the combi wagon for straw recovery has the following background: Compared to other recovery methods, we are very flexible and can quickly provide the farmers with the land for the next sowing vacate, so the experience. In addition, the high payload is impressive. The corn stalks have high dry matter contents. Our goal is to get this well compressed on the transport vehicle. And that works extremely well with the CARGOS, emphasizes the farmer. In fact, thanks to the good compression, the payload of the CARGOS 9600 is between 12 and 15 t of corn stover. Agriculture Marc Hohmeier Espelkamp Main business areas: 190 ha arable land, 2000-meter pig fattening system, 500 KW biogas system CARGOS 9600 With the CARGOS, the harvested material is transported from the rotor to the loading area via a scraper floor that rises by 500 mm. This leads to lower power requirements, more ease of pulling and lower fuel consumption. Nevertheless, the crop is compacted because it remains in an almost vertical ramrod and is pushed back as a whole. This enables up to 15% more projection. I was immediately convinced by the technology and functionality of the CARGOS. After threshing, Hohmeier immediately begins harvesting straw. Marc Hohmeier With each load, Farmer Hohmeier removes 12 to 15 t of maize straw from the fields

12 Focus on soil protection and cutting quality. Due to the better rolling and rolling behavior, the 30.5-inch tires are more fuel-efficient on the road. At the Jörg Dreeßen contractor, soil protection is very important. That is why this topic is one of the most important reasons why the customers of the are very satisfied with the CARGOS combi wagons, which are mainly used here to collect grass silage. The fact that soil conservation plays such an important role is due to the special conditions on the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein. Heavy marsh and light geest soils alternate, almost half of the areas are boggy. "Under these conditions, the large contact area of ​​the 30.5-inch tires with which we have equipped our two CARGOS 8400s simply proves to be ideal," explains Managing Director Ole Beckmann. "Especially on the bog soils you can see how easily these large tires run over the surfaces." Especially on the peat soils you can see how easily these large tires run over the surfaces. Ole Beckmann contractor Jörg Dreeßen Bargenstedt main focus of the contractor CARGOS 8500, 2 x CARGOS 8400 All CARGOS station wagons above the CARGOS 8300 can be equipped with 1480 mm 30.5 inch tires. Thanks to the enormously large contact area, you can drive on the floors more gently or use the trolleys on less stable floors. Due to the low rolling resistance, the power requirement in the field is reduced, e.g. on the slope, or on the road clearly

13 On the other hand, the contractor equipped the CARGOS 8500 with the smaller 26.5-inch tires. Because with this trolley, the advantages of the load distribution on three axles and the possibility of driving in crab steering also come into play. The drivers use crab steering on the one hand when the ground conditions are particularly damp, or when the swaths are close to one of the numerous drainage ditches. Controlled by the electronic-hydraulic forced steering, the first and third axles then steer in the same lateral direction so that the car runs with slightly offset tracks. The double-bladed knives are particularly popular because they can be used on both sides. After only half a day's work, a driver can turn the knives at the customer's site, and things can continue with maximum cutting sharpness. In keeping with the requirement of always sharp knives, the contractor has also invested in the AQUA NON STOP COMFORT automatic grinding machine from CLAAS. With this device you can easily sharpen a set of knives at the same time: insert the set of knives, switch on the device and everything will run by itself. Thanks to the forced steering, the CARGOS 8500 proves to be very manoeuvrable despite its size. It is also thanks to the forced steering that the CARGOS 8500 proves to be very manoeuvrable despite its size. As long as the individual farm conditions are not too tight and the ground conditions allow it, many Dreeßen customers specifically request the three-axle truck, because with its 82 m³ load volume (with medium pressure, 41.5 m³ according to DIN 11741) it offers even more power than the CARGOS Certainly the larger loading volume can be a hindrance in the case of relatively short driving silos, since the layer thickness of the unloaded forage should be less than 50 cm. But that's not a problem for us, then we just drive over the silo twice, says Ole Beckmann. Beckmann mentions the quality of the cut as another important point: Sharp knives are not only important for the quality of the cut, but also for higher throughput and thus lower fuel consumption. That is why the knives come out once they have been used and are slightly sharpened, explains Beckmann. For a lot of power you need a lot of loading volume, summarizes Ole Beckmann. But clout is not everything, the overall concept has to be right. Soil protection and cutting quality are essential for our customers. We meet these demands with our CARGOS station wagon. The range of services offered by the Dreeßen contracting company includes all work related to forage harvesting, as well as tillage, sowing, manure driving, threshing, maize chopping and beet lifting. There are also various jobs for non-agricultural ones. It also operates an agricultural machinery workshop and a service agency for the agricultural technology manufacturers Ropa, Vogelsang and Soucy. For good forage quality, the knives of loading wagons and balers must be sharpened correctly and, above all, regularly. Driving with three axles in crab steering reduces the load on the floor. AQUA NON STOP COMFORT automatic grinding machine: insert the knife set, switch on the device and everything will run by itself

14 CARGOS product range The CARGOS 9000 was presented and has now been in the second generation since 2015. With a gross vehicle weight of up to 34 t, the e CARGOS 9600 and 9500 are more powerful than almost any other station wagon. The CARGOS 8000 series offers professional technology for smaller volumes. With the CARGOS 8500, too, the trend is clearly towards the Tridem loader wagon. Because the desire for high payloads is increasing and soil protection is becoming increasingly important. CARGOS 9600 max.DIN (cbm) 50 permissible total weight (t) 34/31 axle tridem CARGOS 9500 max.DIN (cbm) 44 permissible total weight (t) 34/31/24 axle tridem / tandem CARGOS 9400 max.DIN ( cbm) 38 permissible total weight (t) 24 axle tandem CARGOS 8500 max.DIN (cbm) 41.5 permissible total weight (t) 34/31/24 axle tridem / tandem CARGOS 8400 max.DIN (cbm) 35.5 perm . Total weight (t) 24/21 axle tandem CARGOS 8300 max.DIN (cbm) 30 Permissible total weight (t) 24/21 axle tandem 26 27

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