Posted 11/23/2022 08:11 (#9945847 - in reply to #9936643) Subject: RE: Ezguide 500 in 4wd and drift compensation
Floyd County, Iowa
I have EzSteer and EzGuide 250. I have the antenna on the nose of the tractor. Tried it on the roof, but I put it back on the nose. It tracks the line smoother when on the nose (no more hunting back and forth). And for the purists that don't like it on the nose, yes, I did roll-cal's and checked the measurement numbers for roof application- but it works better on the nose. You might consider this, or at least try it.
The implement is going to follow the tractor, but not the gps line. If you want the implement to follow the line, you need an antenna on the implement, don't you? Others will have better info on this, but I'm pretty sure that's correct.