Ploeger AT5104 self-propelled: Four filler

We caught up with the prototype of Ploeger’s first four-wheeled self-propelled AT LNMS machine. Slotting between the current three- and five-wheelers, the newcomer is ideally suited to applying slurry on tramlines

by Steven Vale

The Dutch manufacturer has quickly come a long way with its AT machines, which began with the launch of the three-wheeled 400hp Scaniapowered AT4103 (16.0m ) at Agritechnica in 2017. The five-wheeled AT5105 (26.0m ) being tested in the field the next summer followed the same blueprint, using the same ZF Eccom CVT, chassis, four-point suspended Claas cab, software and controls.