JD 750a Needham Ag Order

Clive

Staff Member
NFFN Member
Location
Lichfield
That looks a good solution. What’s it like importing parts from Oz?

it works if you can get a decent sized order together - no dusty on drill parts but you need a shipping agent and EORI number etc

I have imported stuff from BPR in the past and they are happy / keen to supply UK but the costs may not work out so well now

The discs on Farm Marketplace are the Forge Niaux now BTW ......... better spec /. last longer than OEM

https://www.marketplace.farm/farm-machinery-parts-and-spares/tillage-parts/john-deere-750a/
 

moretimeforgolf

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
North Kent, UK
it works if you can get a decent sized order together - no dusty on drill parts but you need a shipping agent and EORI number etc

I have imported stuff from BPR in the past and they are happy / keen to supply UK but the costs may not work out so well now

The discs on Farm Marketplace are the Forge Niaux now BTW ......... better spec /. last longer than OEM

https://www.marketplace.farm/farm-machinery-parts-and-spares/tillage-parts/john-deere-750a/
Thanks. I’ve already got an Eorie number.
Worth sending BPR an email, I can wait until the autumn if necessary. No harm in asking, I’ve already priced up OEM parts 😬.
 

BTT UK Ltd

Member
Trade
To all you JD750a Users we are currently sitting on only 350 x Forge De Niaux discs left in stock. once these are gone I am unsure of the availability of the next batch or the price.

DM me for more details or they are available on Farm Marketplace

Thanks BTT UK
 

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