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c4l

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https://www.traktorpool.de/en/details/Tractors/Fendt-514C/5522590/
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c4l

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What would you look out for on this?
Went in getting parts for the baler and asked about it. The past owner had put cables in to work the spools. They have that fixed but left the cables in the cab. They had mentioned something was wrong with the speed sensors where they keep getting damaged. They reckon it's something to do with rubbers around the transmission
 

MeathMassey3

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What would you look out for on this?
Went in getting parts for the baler and asked about it. The past owner had put cables in to work the spools. They have that fixed but left the cables in the cab. They had mentioned something was wrong with the speed sensors where they keep getting damaged. They reckon it's something to do with rubbers around the transmission
Them sensors went on the mates one here. They'd be fairly handy at fixing things but i think for that job they had to call atkins to fix it. Other than that they're fairly bomb proof. Tge steering column in the 820 has been giving bother this weather as in it cabt be adjusted which is the only other thing i can think of going wrong on the fendts. They're 714 has around 20000 hours on it and that sensor was the only thing to go on it so far.
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Bog Man

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If they are the two sensors I am thinking about they are not that expensive . They have to agree with one another or you have to use the clutchy thing to stop . Best to replace both of them because you cannot say which one is faulty .
 

c4l

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If they are the two sensors I am thinking about they are not that expensive . They have to agree with one another or you have to use the clutchy thing to stop . Best to replace both of them because you cannot say which one is faulty .
from what he was saying the tractor went from 50k to 40k and then to 30k. something to do with the transmission damaging the sensors. in fairness was clean all round. bit of compound on the paint, new panels for the battery and accumulators, missing mirror. tyres were good on it. vredsteins i think they were. in need of some front links. doesnt look right without them
 
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MeathMassey3

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from what he was saying the tractor went from 50k to 40k and then to 30k. something to do with the transmission damaging the sensors. in fairness was clean all round. bit of compound on the paint, new panels for the battery and accumulators, missing mirror. tyres were good on it. vredsteins i think they were. in need of some front links. doesnt look right without them
It's a nice tractor at that money. Does it come with any kind of warranty since it's atkins that's selling it?
 

indecisive sort

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bar at the ploughing championships ,Ive never even sat in one but those Fendts really do stand the test of time in terms of appearance , even the ones from forty years ago still look good

presume they were always far more expensive than other brands ?
 

Bog Man

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bar at the ploughing championships ,Ive never even sat in one but those Fendts really do stand the test of time in terms of appearance , even the ones from forty years ago still look good

presume they were always far more expensive than other brands ?
Partly because we had a weak currency and the Deuch mark was strong made them very expensive. Then the engineering excellence cost more. I hired an old Fendt in the nineties and I was disappointed. MWM engine was lovely but it was not nice to drive. I had it pulling one of the six furrows . We were glad to leave it back.
 
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