CARGOS 9600-9500

For all seasons –

whether for use as a loading wagon in grass or as a forage transport wagon for maize, biomass or wood chips, the CARGOS is in demand all year round.

CARGOS 9600-9500

For all seasons –

whether for use as a loading wagon in grass or as a forage transport wagon for maize, biomass or wood chips, the CARGOS is in demand all year round.

The CLAAS chassis.

CARGOS 9000

The exclusive CLAAS chassis design is based on a modular bolted frame construction, which offers significant weight savings in comparison with conventional axle assemblies. A choice of mechanical suspension with parabolic springs or a hydraulically suspended chassis is available. Thanks to the modular design, some tandem axle models can have axle loads of 18 or 20 tonnes, or with tridem axles as much as 27 or 30 tonnes. The two largest models, the CARGOS 9600 and 760, are available only with tridem chassis.

Steering system.

Passive rear steering axle.

A passive rear steering axle that can be locked via the operating terminal is available for tandem and tridem axle models, depending on the particular model. When operated with ISOBUS, the ride comfort of this entry-level variant can be enhanced even further, as the rear axles can then be automatically locked above a particular speed, or when reversing.

Tridem with offset steering.

With electrohydraulic forced steering, the CARGOS can be operated in full crab steering mode. Having the steering of the first and third axles in the same direction allows particular manoeuvres in special situations. The driver can drive away from the wall in the clamp, for example, or counteract drift on slopes. The roll-over area can be temporarily increased in wet areas.

Lift axle.

In tridem axle assemblies with hydraulic compensation, the front axle is optionally available as a lift axle. This reduces both tyre wear and fuel consumption. Traction can also be increased when required by increasing the weight on the rear tractor axle.

Maximum steering lock.

Tight turning manoeuvres are possible with both the passive rear tridem axle and electrohydraulic forced steering. This gives you maximum flexibility in tight spaces with all of the CARGOS models.

CARGOS 8000 700 9000

ALLIANCE 885 800/45 R 30.5

Individual tyre sizes up to 30.5".

A maximum-size contact area is easy on your wallet and on the soil: improved roll-off and roll-over behaviour with 30.5" tyres, for example, makes for extremely fuel-efficient loading operations and road travel.

Silver medal for steering dynamics.

A CLAAS exclusive for models with comfort hydraulics – an electrohydraulic forced steering system with adaptive articulation angle warning and speed-dependent adjustment of the steering line. This ensures that the steering behaviour is adjusted fully automatically to the driving situation at all times. The system always chooses the best compromise between manoeuvrability and stability. This innovation was awarded a silver medal at Agritechnica in 2013.

When negotiating tight curves, the articulation angle warning system beeps to warn the driver before any collision can occur between the tractor and the trailer drawbar. This allows full use to be made of the combination's manoeuvrability and also makes the CARGOS ideal for regions with small fields and narrow accessways.

CARGOS 9000
  • Chassis
    Tandem axle, 20 t,
    axle spacing 1810 mm3
    Tridem axle, 27 t,
    axle spacing 1525 mm3
    Tridem axle, 30 t,
    axle spacing 1810 mm3
    CARGOS 9600
    CARGOS 9500

    ●  standard      ○  optional      □  avaliable      –  not available

  • Steering
    Steered passive
    tandem axle
    Steered passive
    tridem axle
    Electrohydraulic
    forced steering, tandem
    Electrohydraulic
    forced steering, tridem
    CARGOS 9600
    CARGOS 9500

    ●  standard      ○  optional      □  avaliable      –  not available

Alliance I 380 750/45 R 26.5

BKT 710/50 R 30.5

CARGOS 8000 700 9000

ALLIANCE 885 800/45 R 30.5

Tyres.

Depending on the model and requirements, CARGOS can be equipped with a choice of tyre sizes to suit all operating conditions – 22.5", 26.5" or 30.5".

Smaller tyres provide a very low centre of gravity, giving maximum stability on steep hilly terrain, while large-size 26.5" or 30.5" tyres ensure optimum trailing characteristics, particularly on wet ground.