The JAGUAR 800 model series had an advance premiere with a small preproduction run in 1993.
From the 1994 season, the new forage harvester generation was then available to all customers. The new series was fitted with engines delivering 228 kW (310 hp) to 354 kW (481 hp).
Installed behind the steering axle crosswise to the direction of travel, simple direct-drive systems provided an optimum supply of cooling air and easy access to the inside of the machine.
In preparation for harvesting grass silage, for example, the CORN CRACKER could simply be rolled to the rear and replaced with a grass shaft.
This innovative configuration has set the trend for the state-of-the-art forage harvesters on the market today.
Thanks to the favourable drive axle loading, it became possible for the first time to attach eight-row maize headers. The exceptional visual design of the new CLAAS forage harvesters inspired confidence at first glance.
The spacious cab featured a curved front windscreen and sloping roof, for the first time providing two seats, for the driver and a passenger when required. Central lubrication was also included.
An accelerator was placed directly behind the CORN CRACKER to speed up the forage crop flow.
Prise: 100 000 $
- 820 (310 HP)
- 840 (369 HP)
- 860 (414 HP)
- 880 (481 HP)
- Wheels options
- Weight option +800KG
- silageAdditives option
- rame and backbumper color configuration
Prise: 30000 $
Working width: 4.5m - 6rows
-Added RU350 header
-3D model adjustment
-Added choice of beacons
-Added choice of taillights
-Added option of reflectors
-Fixed varios small errors