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The CARGOS 8000.

In operation all the year round.

On the market since 2015, the CARGOS 8000 shows what it can do in both contracting operations and on family farms with their own equipment.

The CARGOS 8000.

In operation all the year round.

On the market since 2015, the CARGOS 8000 shows what it can do in both contracting operations and on family farms with their own equipment.

Lighting package for working at night.

CARGOS 8000

Work right through the night.

For working at night, an optional lights package is available for the CARGOS models. Up to 11 LED work lights turn night into day.

CARGOS 8000
CARGOS 8000

The lighting system ensures full visibility of all critical points. Two LED work lights recessed in the drawbar provide effective lighting for the pick-up and crop flow. Another LED work light on the chopper housing makes knife changing a quick and easy task, even at night. The loading bay interior is also equipped with two LED work lights, and for safe all-round visibility there are two LED headlights on the mudguards and another four on the left and right sides. The headlights switch on automatically when an unloading operation starts, and also – when combined with ISOBUS – when the vehicle is put into reverse.