Fendt 209 Review-North America

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Fendt 209P North America.
I bought this tractor from a dealer in Michigan. The tractor was used in the orchards for about 8 years. The tractor has about 80 hp of power take-off. I fitted him a Quickie FEL. I’ve used it to cut hay, load 4×5 round bales, rake, and finish mowing. The cabin is fine for me, but it might be cramped for some. Speed ​​is 40kph / 24mph but I’ve been going as fast as 26mph.

When I bought it, I had a strange problem with the rear lift arms. It took me 6 months to correct it. The hydraulic valve was bad. The tractor has a lot of bells and whistles which can be nice, but it can also cause problems.

You currently have problems with temperatures in the hydraulic system that automatically restricts hydraulic flow to the lift arms and SCVs. There have also been problems with the fuel gauge, the 4WD sensor, and the air conditioning. But if everything works, it can be a fun tractor to drive.

It’s fast, which is the main reason I bought it, as I have to travel quite a bit by road. It’s air-cooled too, so there’s no radiator / coolant / water pump to break down. This allows for more power.

Also, AGCO’s email service is the worst. You cannot speak to someone for technical help. You have to go through the dealership and then they email the experts. Lots of comings and goings with no solutions.

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