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    Amazone Amatron 3 + gps-map

    I'm buying new fert Spreader, currently considering amazone za-m 1500 with Amatron 3, sulky dpx 28 with vision dbp and Rauch AXIS with quantron a.

    I want to do some Basic vra.

    Sulky and Amazone have offered system includin all needed.

    Have anyone used amatron 3 and its gps-map feature?
    How about Sulky vision?

    I don't know anyone using those systems, so all comment's and experiences welcome!

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    Re: Amazone Amatron 3 + gps-map

    I hav just bought an amazone hyd drive.

    No gps on farm at mo but wanted to further proof spreader. Intend to install jd gps in order to make it as useable by swapping between tractors/ combine at some point in future.
    Struggled to get info on actual useage.

    S

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    Re: Amazone Amatron 3 + gps-map

    I ended up to Amazone.
    Only info I could find was what can be found from Amazone netpages...
    However salesman promised to keep an training day.
    It's nice to see how they deal varible rate application.

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    Re: Amazone Amatron 3 + gps-map

    Quote Originally Posted by Finfarmer View Post
    I ended up to Amazone.
    Only info I could find was what can be found from Amazone netpages...
    However salesman promised to keep an training day.
    It's nice to see how they deal varible rate application.
    Not a lot of information about ref Amatron 3 is there.
    would like to have one to run my Ultra Hydro Profis.

    By the way Young Lass from your part of the world did a young farmer exchange trip to Uk and stayed with us
    Mari Tirri was her name (probably spelt wrong) early 1980 I think it was.

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