When you decide to buy a new or used harvester, it’s good to have in mind the specs and dimensions of what you’re looking for. Evaluating your jobsite and workload is the best way to decide what you truly need. To find specs, dimensions and weight of a harvester from our database, you can search for its model, industry or manufacturer. If your work environment is steep and with tough terrain for example, some of the specs and dimensions of the harvester you’re looking for should be power and stability.
Your job size should determine the dimensions of the harvester you invest in. If you will be dealing with large timber for example, you need a large harvester for more efficiency. While working in a congested forest, a smaller harvester would be ideal because it's easy to maneuver and for fast accessibility. The specs and dimensions of a harvester should offer you efficiency, high productivity and reliability. In case you decide to buy a used harvester, take your time to inspect every component. This way, you’ll know if it's a good investment or not. Despite the specs and dimensions of a harvester seeming appealing to you, a used one could fail to meet your expectations because it's poorly maintained or overworked. The size and weight of the harvester you buy should fit on a trailer for easy transport. When our specialists look at the size and weight of a harvester, they’re able to recommend the most suitable trailer for transport.