its not the tracks really, modern big tyres can cost near as muchI imagine the tracks would be expensive to replace. How long do they last? What else adds to running costs? I used to hear stories about expensive transmission faults in the early days but have these not been worked through or ironed out?
Depends on the brand and then model. The claas challenger 75e we owned didn’t cost a penny in the 4500 hours we put in it, other than routine servicing. It cost £4.44/hr in depreciation which I’m sure if we’d kept it (like we should of done!) that would of halved by now.Why?