MF 8s

ColinV6

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What would the ballpark be on an 8S 205 do we think? Are MF still doing the 3 equipment levels or is it pick options as you like now?

Would certainly want the “exclusive” spec from the 77xx models.
 

Speedstar

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Scottish Borders
What would the ballpark be on an 8S 205 do we think? Are MF still doing the 3 equipment levels or is it pick options as you like now?

Would certainly want the “exclusive” spec from the 77xx models.
know of one out & about 265 hp cost 115k not sure on spec or any thing, we had a price for one & it was more money than a fendt the same size
 

Farma Parma

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Arable Farmer
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In the Dyke Back
ive heard anyone who got one ordered before xmas got some v keen prices but its all changed since new year & brexit & nowt much dearer
if a comparable Fendt is no dearer then even me the die hard massey man would have to really look at the greens iam afraid.
Seeing Masseys biggest issue is resale value of which fendt leads the tractor market in that dept.
 

Farma Parma

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Arable Farmer
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In the Dyke Back
Didn’t someone on another thread a few days ago say a new top spec 7719s was about £110,000
Id say your about right... there is no way you could even get a 8S.205 for £115k now. pre xmas maybes.
There no use to me far too tall see what the 7S is like in about 5years time.
Thats if us Tenant Farmers are still in business by then
 

ColinV6

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The 7S could be an absolute gem of a tractor if it’s a more compact version. I have to say having been up close with the 8S now, it’s absolutely massive!!
 

Farma Parma

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Arable Farmer
Location
In the Dyke Back
The 7S could be an absolute gem of a tractor if it’s a more compact version. I have to say having been up close with the 8S now, it’s absolutely massive!!
Its too big end of... its over a foot higher than my 7499 aye stuff that.
The whole idea is long overdue but have they made too much of the cab? who knows. Must be designed for 8ft humans tho :ROFLMAO:
 

Claas launches new line of Liner rakes

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Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland

Claas has just unveiled three completely new four-rotor rakes with working widths of 15m, 13.6m and 12.7m. These maximum spans widths can be adjusted by 3.40 to 4.90m depending on the model,

Claas telescopic arm

The new range has been designed to offer low transport heights, improved ground-contour following by the rotors, and ease of handling, according to Claas.

Adjustable working width​


One major development are the new telescopic arms which extend and retract by means of a three-stage patented system.

This comprises a ‘C’ profile and slide rails, enabling rapid...
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