Written by Justin Roberts
Kirovets, the Russian gun tractor originally designed to haul artillery over the Steppes, has happily adapted to civilian life since the cold war. The company has recently announced that the latest K8 series will be launched later, in 2022
Many ex army Kirovets...
I have a quad quandary.
I have never had a quad before but fancy one for taking small bale hay and water out to a few local paddocks and towing a small sheep trailer whilst moving sheep about, some short road trips of about a mile, we are very hilly.
Should I go new or good used ? I do pay...
Thinking about changing my car at the moment. Interested in a used 4-5 year old subaru but don't know which of the 2 above would be the better car. I have never owned or even driven a subaru car (I have driven a pickup but that was thirty years ago). Once I test drive any of the 2 I may not even...
Who’s done this?
We love the extra output 36m offered over 24m and less wheelings etc.
But the negatives - trailed machine:
1. uneven liquid fert application as it takes longer to get the required rate out of the booms due to the extra length and size of the pipe work (400l pump) so all our...
I have a 2009 fendt 930 and the engine piled up on it while it was connected to our air drill mid seeding season. My dad needed to hook his other tractor up to the drill, so he pulled the fendt out of the way with it. he moved it about 50 feet very slowly. however he was not aware that you...
Does anyone know if there is a setting for the independent brakes on a Massey DynaVT so that the drive does not disconnect when using them? And if so where do you go to change it? A 2013 7618 and a 2016 7720. Thanks.
Has anyone any experience of the new 6M? Starting to look seriously at changing my loader tractor and the new slanty bonnet 6090M powerquad seems to fit the bill. Current tractor is a t6010 with q36 loader, plan would be to use the same loader jib on the new tractor. a t5 dual power would be the...
Does anyone have any recommendations?
not too expensive, would go to £500.
for smallish branches, brush etc.
preferably petrol driven with a bit of go about it
not interested in limp wristed electric B and Q townie spec machines.
If used as a replacement to a larger six cylinder tractor of around 160 HP with the same kit. Increased engine wear, brakes and transmission. Turbos blown? High service costs ? Overall will they take the wear and tear as well as a larger six ? I know a lot are buying these four pots to replace...
A person sells JD for a number of years then changes to different company selling fendt
Does he turn up at farm saying
JD are no good?
Perhaps this happens all the time with machinery, feedstuff
I am referring to guy with unusual surname who is managing director at RVW Pugh new depot at Newport