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AGCO Combine FENDT 8300 Operator's Manual
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The History of FENDT combine

Fendt is a very famous surname in Germany. Back in the 15th century, it was glorified by the German physicist and physician Fendt Melchior 1486-1564. In the 20th century, these were a German theologian, a hockey player, a champion luger and a luger famous since the 70s, a photographer, two political figures, Miss World 2006, a professor of economics. The roots of the surname are in Swabia, Bovaria.

The family family of the Fendts, today's Fendt tractor, can be traced back to the 13th and certainly to the 16th century from an artisan according to church tower clocks and a 200-year history of their manufacture. There were jewelers, artisans, locksmiths, the production of stained-glass windows, inventors of machine tools and electric drives, and manufacturers in the family. Chroniclers in the 18th century spoke well of the works of Johann Fendt 1691gr. From 1775, the Fendt family produced watches for the railway department. And all this in Swabia, Bavaria.


Since 1927, Fendt Johann Georg moves away from watches to agricultural machines and begins the history of the tractor family. And Georg Fendt starts the first steps as a regional representative of Deutz (Deutz) and sells their stationary engines for agricultural enterprises. It is worth paying attention to this moment, since it is from it that the FENDT and DEUTZ factories have not been separated so far.

A year later, in 1928, thanks to the 17-year-old son Herman, the first self-propelled mower with single-cylinder gasoline 4 hp was produced. Deutz engine and Opel gearbox.


In 1930, Fendt Johann Georg with his sons Hermann, Xaver and Paul made the first 6 hp mini tractor in Europe in the family forge. with a Deutz diesel engine with mounted plow and mower. The price of the tractor became a historical milestone - small and medium-sized peasant farms were finally able to replace the horse. This was the "Diesel Horse" - you still had to walk behind the plow.


In 1937, the power take-off shaft was used for the first time - it receives 16 forces, PTO and rubber tires. A year later, the 1000th Dieselross F18 tractor with 16 hp rolls off the assembly line. and 1st Dieselross F22 tractor with two-cylinder engine, radiator and 4-speed gearbox. Every about 10 years, new more powerful models come out, and in 1979 the FENDT horse gets an 8-furrow plow. 1985 - Fendt becomes market leader in Germany. 1980 - The Fendt plant begins to equip Favorit tractors with MAN engines, while continuing the 50-year-old installation of Deutz engines on other lines of the same tractor series. 1997 - Fendt enters the AGCO group. 1998 - The Fendt brand launches its first combine harvester.


2007 Launch of the 540 hp Fendt Trisix mega-tractor, the MAN-powered rapeseed oil tractor and the Fendt CARGO front loader. 2008 - Fendt introduced 11 new combine harvester models, including the industry's largest 459 hp rotor. Today, the production line of equipment with the Fendt logo includes 11 tractor models from 70 to 500 hp. Fendt 1000 series and the same number of combine models. The whole history of Fendt is more than 200 tractor models. The Vario transmission has been making FENDT tractors stand out from the crowd for decades. Fendt has a 65% market share in Europe for tractors over 300 hp. and 45% for 200 hp and higher. More than 18,000 tractors a year roll off the Fendt assembly line, with 30 hectares of branches and 4.5 thousand employees. For comparison, our MTZ is 68,000 tractors in 2008, 22 thousand people and hundreds of hectares. BELAZ occupies 116 hectares and 8.5 thousand people.


For 100 years, the plant has not changed its location, color, logo and has not changed its leadership in innovation and scale, and even Deutz engines. The world has changed and is changing - but Fendt was and remains green with red discs! Fendt Dieselross was loved and cherished just like 100 years ago - today's photos of Fendt Dieselross on the go and in action! Other industries have gone to China, and the Fendt forge is still in Maktobergdorf (Germany, western Bavaria, Swabia), modestly occupies 1/5 of the hometown with a population of 20 thousand people.