Jazed Oct 30, 2012 @ 11:29am
Tipper for behind the Krone big X Forage harvester (400k)
Hi!

Which tipper do I use (prefferbly the biggest tipper) for behind the Krone big X Forage harvester (which costs 400k)?

Lifting a tipper that is too low doesn't help either... http://i.imgur.com/XJYPX.jpg
Last edited by Jazed; Oct 30, 2012 @ 11:33am
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ExTempus Oct 30, 2012 @ 1:49pm 
Yes I would like an answer to this too... the only one I can get attached to the Krone big X is one of the smaller tipper, the KRAMPE BBE 500... quite not exciting...

I finally gave up and let a hired man drive the Big X while I'm in a tractor with the biggest tipper I can afford...

How did they get this tipper attacher with the Big X on your screenshot ?
Jazed Oct 30, 2012 @ 2:48pm 
I never attached it, what I did it tried to lift it but it just didn't see it...
Docowskey Oct 30, 2012 @ 4:03pm 
i posted an answer to that in another discussion asking the exact same thing....after trying all the trailors, the kramp bbe 500 is the best option. there is one bigger one that will work, but its got that rotating front axel making reverse incredibly difficult
Jazed Oct 30, 2012 @ 4:06pm 
Originally posted by Jadzia Dax:
i posted an answer to that in another discussion asking the exact same thing....after trying all the trailors, the kramp bbe 500 is the best option. there is one bigger one that will work, but its got that rotating front axel making reverse incredibly difficult

I see, probably the best bet even because I am driving 2 trailer behind the harvester and making reversing really difficult to. Also whenver you've harvested corn/chaff and you wanna feed your cows where do you drop it?
Dravere Oct 30, 2012 @ 4:27pm 
Originally posted by Jazed:
Originally posted by Jadzia Dax:
i posted an answer to that in another discussion asking the exact same thing....after trying all the trailors, the kramp bbe 500 is the best option. there is one bigger one that will work, but its got that rotating front axel making reverse incredibly difficult

I see, probably the best bet even because I am driving 2 trailer behind the harvester and making reversing really difficult to. Also whenver you've harvested corn/chaff and you wanna feed your cows where do you drop it?


Farming cows etc clicky
Jazed Oct 30, 2012 @ 4:49pm 
Originally posted by Salt:
Originally posted by Jazed:
Originally posted by Jadzia Dax:
i posted an answer to that in another discussion asking the exact same thing....after trying all the trailors, the kramp bbe 500 is the best option. there is one bigger one that will work, but its got that rotating front axel making reverse incredibly difficult

I see, probably the best bet even because I am driving 2 trailer behind the harvester and making reversing really difficult to. Also whenver you've harvested corn/chaff and you wanna feed your cows where do you drop it?


Farming cows etc clicky

I read it before already but I've got hay in the silo so probably can't place chaff over it, thanks anyway.
Dravere Oct 30, 2012 @ 4:50pm 
You put hay in your silo? Like.. bales of hay?
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Jazed Oct 30, 2012 @ 5:15pm 
Originally posted by Salt:
You put hay in your silo? Like.. bales of hay?

Just hay, fermented it. So ill have to wait till that's gone and then I should be able to drop the chaff.
Dravere Oct 30, 2012 @ 5:27pm 
.. what did you cut the hay with, out of interest? Did you use the Krone Big X wit the XDisk cutting system to cut the grass? If so, then that is exactly the same as corn and does the same thing as corn (i.e. it IS Silage/Chaff). You should only be able to drop silage (chaff) here, not regular 'grass'...
Jazed Oct 31, 2012 @ 1:28am 
Originally posted by Salt:
.. what did you cut the hay with, out of interest? Did you use the Krone Big X wit the XDisk cutting system to cut the grass? If so, then that is exactly the same as corn and does the same thing as corn (i.e. it IS Silage/Chaff). You should only be able to drop silage (chaff) here, not regular 'grass'...

I mowed the grass, teddered it, windrowed it and made bales. But I teddered it, windrowed it and put it into a forage wagon for the fermenting because I wanted to test that. Currently making bales of hay.
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Jazed Nov 2, 2012 @ 4:32am 
So what is that other bigger trailer you were talking about? I don't mind about the hard reversing, I just need a bigger option for the Krampe BBE 500.
Docowskey Nov 2, 2012 @ 8:55am 
the other one is the one right above it in the list. kroger agroliner hkd 302. the krampe holds 17500. the kroger holds 21000. nice thing about the kroger is its a top seller, a measure of things to come...ok, im just repeating the description now...i dont know why i find that funny.
vanrooyenc Nov 3, 2012 @ 4:19am 
If you want to be able to hook up the Krampe Big X 1000 to a bigger trailer do what is suggested here: http://forum.farming-simulator.com/viewtopic.php?f=728&t=46429&sid=9a08a6302201000fc314374b122036a6
The page is talking about hooking multiple trailers up but it works for this aswell.

Only tried it with the xdisk attachment and it filled up fine.
ajohns14 Jan 21, 2013 @ 2:27pm 
Originally posted by ExTempus:
Yes I would like an answer to this too... the only one I can get attached to the Krone big X is one of the smaller tipper, the KRAMPE BBE 500... quite not exciting...

I finally gave up and let a hired man drive the Big X while I'm in a tractor with the biggest tipper I can afford...

How did they get this tipper attacher with the Big X on your screenshot ?
ajohns14 Jan 21, 2013 @ 2:28pm 
How did you hire a worker to run the Big X? I see no option to hire a worker with the Krone 1000. Where do you drive the tipper in reference to the Big X?
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