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IHP 399075 365 Fendt 716 Silage either
Fendt 716 Silage
Somerset July 2006
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Chugging up the hill
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Nearly at the top
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The 716
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last one
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Excellent photos :-)
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Here in the Netherlands we allmost use every time self propelled harvesters.
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we own a fendt 716
sometime we feel like we wunna drive the thing into a deep hole somewhere. Think it was made on a friday afternoon not very reliable:-\
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what for troubles do you have with your 716? is it one from the first 716?
grtz tom
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that question should heve been what hasnt gone wrong.....the door hinges still work!
umm engine probs with a porly planed off sleeve in the motor.
the hydrolic system for the front end loader always locks up and many small electrical probelems wich makes it grind to a halt going nowhere making lots of beeping noises!
and the list goes on and on!
we have only had it 5-6 years with all this trouble in 1500 hours!
oh i almost forgot all the smoke that came out from under the bonnet when a deisel return hose blew and sprayed the motor in fuel!.:-\ its made from garden hose how pathetic!:-[

oh and another 1 i just thought of the fuel pump pulley broke into hundreds of pieces -......made out of plastic! new 1 is steel

we have had more go wrong with this one than our three John Deeres all put together
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you see even fendt has problems :-D, all modern brands have there problems:-\
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Well, our John Deere does even worse then that my friend! And those fuel pumps of Bosch are very good as long as you don't get water in it. With our JD everything around the engine is made in plastic. And now, he is once more in the garage... I think we now reach 23000 euros costs in 6300 hours:-\ Sad.
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