Kramer 750T

valtraman

Member
thoughts on this machine . Thinking if a secondhand one to do the main loader work on farm. Have only ever had a tractor /loader which will still be keeping
 

Manney

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Penzance
I'm not keen on the 50 series machines. Second hand they seem to be of a similar price to the 80 series machines but of a much lesser spec.

I would go for a 680t or 580t depending on budget.
 

jackstor

Member
Location
Carlisle
Excellent machine, you'll wonder how you ever managed without one! Great visibility, very manoeuvrable, compact, ideal for a livestock farm.
Kramer build them themselves, and the Kramer UK staff are very helpful and knowledgable.
We're on our third one now, having had a 480t, 680t and now on a 8095t.
The 750t is slightly smaller, lower spec, (30kph, one door cab etc) but is still very capable.
 

jackstor

Member
Location
Carlisle
The 80 series are available on 24", but the tyres are a low profile type, think I've seen similar on a Merlo,so aren't much bigger than the 20" tyres.
 

farmerste

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Preston
i've had a 750t for just over 12 mths now and its a brilliant little machine, does everything i want and is really handy and manouverable round the yard and in sheds.Mines a 2009 one with 4000hrs on and has been very reliable.
 

valtraman

Member
i've had a 750t for just over 12 mths now and its a brilliant little machine, does everything i want and is really handy and manouverable round the yard and in sheds.Mines a 2009 one with 4000hrs on and has been very reliable.
What kind of reach does it have ? Is it stable as our dreading is not all level
 

Sparkplug

Member
As Mickey says, Kramer belongs to the Wacker Neuson Group. hence a number of their models are painted and badged as Weiderman, Kramer or Wacker Neuson, depending upon which industry they are being sold into, albeit with different spec levels. Neuson and Kramer were independant up till a few years ago, but Wacker did not strike me as a big player this last 20 yrs, but in times of recession all manufactures look for cost efficiencies in manufacturing.
 

Gortgill51

New Member
Thinking of buying 2012 680t with 3000hrs.
Any issues to look out for. Have been using jcb 520-50 for 10yrs now 8000hrs very reliable but hard to get in and out of.
 
Thinking of buying 2012 680t with 3000hrs.
Any issues to look out for. Have been using jcb 520-50 for 10yrs now 8000hrs very reliable but hard to get in and out of.
Shouldn't be much wrong with that.
Check handbrake works.
Check for usual oil leaks underneath and play in the front kingpins.
Check the brakes are there, you hardly ever use them but the seals can go.
 

jackstor

Member
Location
Carlisle
Thinking of buying 2012 680t with 3000hrs.
Any issues to look out for. Have been using jcb 520-50 for 10yrs now 8000hrs very reliable but hard to get in and out of.
We swapped our 680T with over 4000hrs on it. It was very reliable, no major issues at all. Apart from the usual things, check the boom suspension is working,
 

Turra farmer

Never Forgotten
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i've had a 750t for just over 12 mths now and its a brilliant little machine, does everything i want and is really handy and manouverable round the yard and in sheds.Mines a 2009 one with 4000hrs on and has been very reliable.
Does it have height to load an artic with grain ?
 

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