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Does anyone make an aftermarket auto-steer system capable of engaging at 0 mph?
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co2shaun
Posted 8/10/2017 15:12 (#6178840 - in reply to #6178824)
Subject: RE: Does anyone make an aftermarket auto-steer system capable of engaging at 0 mph?


NW KS
Trimble autopilot and autopilot motor drive well. Trimble autopilot uses a hydraulic valve & NavII while the autopilot motor drive uses the ez-pilot motor & navII. Trimble has several hydraulic valve available for older models of equipment. With a little bit of work you can get the autopilot motor drive to fit about anything.
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