Are QF Tractors the same as AGRI SALES LTD?

Verney_R

Member
Are qf tractors the same as agri sales Ltd? Just down the road from one another.....

anyone dealt with agri sales?

Iv heard things about qf so would like to stay away but agri sales have a handler that looks okay
 

rob h

Member
Location
east yorkshire
All part of the same family. Not sure how close they work but seems to deal in same type of gear . except a tractor has appeared on ebay with the seller being agri sales. Which is only a year old with a price tag of over 150thou which seems out of character with the usual stuff they deal with
 

Verney_R

Member
All part of the same family. Not sure how close they work but seems to deal in same type of gear . except a tractor has appeared on ebay with the seller being agri sales. Which is only a year old with a price tag of over 150thou which seems out of character with the usual stuff they deal with
Thankyou
 

essexpete

Member
Location
Essex
Very easy to check out a limited company on .govt site. May not give whole picture if members of family/mates are used with different surname.
 

Xiaomi

New Member
Was interested in some stock that they have. Are they to be avoided or what is the deal with them?
There can't be issues with everything the sell?
 

rob h

Member
Location
east yorkshire
Check it over propperley. If you like it pay and bring it with you .Just to make sure you have the machine you purchased .and don't expect any warranty. Most stock bought from auction so some must be ok.i asume you arnt local not many of their customer are.
 

essexpete

Member
Location
Essex
The gist is you pay your money and take a chance. There is plenty on here about folk's transactions with them on here. Like the above post: look, check over, pay and take away.
 

Xiaomi

New Member
Thanks for the replies.

Do they all have faults in them - hence the trade sales?
I've looked for some some information on them but this is the only thread apart from articles in the news sites reporting on QF.
How do people not end up with the machine they paid for???
 
Was interested in some stock that they have. Are they to be avoided or what is the deal with them?
There can't be issues with everything the sell?
put it this way,just treat it like a trip to Cheffins machinery sales, if your happy to go with a form of payment, and travel there in your wagon, look the machine over yourself, and check its fit to do your job, bid them what you think, if they will take your offer, pay, load up and bring it home, just like you would if at an Auction, simple really,
if any 1 of the above does not suit. and not wanting to do some of the above, then look elsewhere,
again simple really just like buying at Auction with no warranty or come back
 

Will 1594

Member
Arable Farmer
put it this way,just treat it like a trip to Cheffins machinery sales, if your happy to go with a form of payment, and travel there in your wagon, look the machine over yourself, and check its fit to do your job, bid them what you think, if they will take your offer, pay, load up and bring it home, just like you would if at an Auction, simple really,
if any 1 of the above does not suit. and not wanting to do some of the above, then look elsewhere,
again simple really just like buying at Auction with no warranty or come back
Better still just go to Cheffins and miss out their margin , and if a handler make sure it has a diff in the back axle and every thing works
 

Xiaomi

New Member
Yeah, there are a couple of Manitou's that interest me. Might take a trip up if nothing local comes up soon.
Thanks.
 

rob h

Member
Location
east yorkshire
Thanks for the replies.

Do they all have faults in them - hence the trade sales?
I've looked for some some information on them but this is the only thread apart from articles in the news sites reporting on QF.
How do people not end up with the machine they paid for???
it has been suggested in the past the machine delivered may not be the same one seen in the yard or parts removed before delivery
 

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