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FrankyS 207136 52 Agrotron 210 + 22 m³ tanker either
Agrotron 210 + 22 m³ tanker
Deutz-Fahr Agrotron 210 with 22 m³ vacuum tanker used for
hauling sewage sludge. Picture taken in November 2004 at the
sewage plant of Witten-Herbede, NRW, Germany.



Deutz-Fahr Agrotron 210 mit 22 m³ Vakuum-Güllefass,
eingesetzt für den Transport von Klärschlamm. Die Aufnahme
entstand im November 2004 in der Kläranlage Witten-Herbede.
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Re: Agrotron 210 + 22 m³ tanker
HI, I am an italian farmer. I see the pic about the agrotron
215, I want to know if it(215 and 260) have had some
problem.
I ask you this fact because my friends with same diamond has
had problems with trasmission and with front wheels. thanks
a lot saverio
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Re: Agrotron 210 + 22 m³ tanker
HI, I am an italian farmer. I see the pic about the agrotron
215, I want to know if it(215 and 260) have had some
problem.
I ask you this fact because my friends with same diamond has
had problems with trasmission and with front wheels. thanks
a lot saverio
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Re: Agrotron 210 + 22 m³ tanker
Hi!

I'm sorry, but I think I don't know that tractor good enough
to answer your question. It's the 210, the predecessor of
the 215, and I don't know if there is any difference
regarding transmission and front axle. You should know that
the owner of that 210, an agricultural contractor, doesn't
use it for heavy field work as such tractor is originally
designed for. It's main job is to haul heavy manure
spreaders, vacuum tank trailers and lowboy-trailers. I drove
the tractor only on the road with that 22 cubic tanker or a
lowboy behind it, and the 210 did this job pretty good. The
transmission shifted easy and neat. By the way, it has 6
gears with a 4-range powershift, don't know if there are
other transmissions available. Sometimes it is a little
difficult to shift from neutral into gear, and if you are
rolling slowly with the tranny in neutral and then shift
into gear it sometimes cracks a little (if you don't even
have to stop to get the gear shifted). But the last time I
worked for that contractor is about a half year ago by now
and I don't know If the things went worse in the meantime.

Best regards Franky S.
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