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 08-16-2001, 15:08 Post: 31009
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 AGCO ST SERIES : nice looking compact tractor (orange tractor)

There is another orange beast on the market,I just recieved some literature in the mail,on the AGCO ST SERIES compact tractors,not bad..............Anyone else care to comment?






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 08-20-2001, 13:03 Post: 31112
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 AGCO ST SERIES : nice looking compact tractor (orange tractor)

Test drove a couple of Agco ST series tractors. They seemed very solidly built, but I did not find the layout of the controls very comfortable. I forget which transmission type it was (shuttle, or power-shuttle ??), but I found reaching the floor mounted throttle to be uncomfortable... some other lever or guard was pressing sideways on my knee. I felt it would really bug me after a while. Other items were similar, but more minor. I ended up going for a New Holland TC33D.






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