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1995 AGCO STAR 8425

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819.3 miles away - New Hampton, IA
Hours: 3585
Horse Power: 425
Drive Type: 4WD
Hours: 3585, Horse Power: 425, Drive Type: 4WD, 3-Point Hitch: No, New: Used, Operator Station: Cab, Front Tire Type: Duals, haspto: No, Loader: No, Rear Tire Type: Duals, Remote Hydraulics: 4
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New Hampton, IA
819.3 miles away



It’s a rare farm owner that’s not working on a tight budget. In most cases, farmers need to replace equipment to ensure they can grow the crops that will generate the most income. When purchasing or leasing new equipment isn’t feasible, it makes sense to explore what used tractors are available from the Midwest’s leading dealers. 


Most farmers in the region are already aware of the AGCO name, and they certainly understand the value that brand offers. However, not everyone has experience with AGCO Star models that can go a long way toward boosting crop yields without creating major financial issues.

Evaluate Your Needs Before Shopping


Purchasing a tractor is never cheap, and that means it always pays to take whatever time is needed to explore all the available options before deciding which tractor to buy. While small farms have a huge number of options to choose from, larger farms don’t. It takes horsepower to successfully take care of larger acreages. So, what AGCO tractors should be considered?

AGCO Star 8425


The 8425 is a four-wheel-drive tractor produced from 1995 to 2001. Boasting 425 horsepower from its Cummins N14 diesel engine, the 8425 is a remarkedly capable machine that’s been proving its value for years. 


Some early 8425s were equipped with Detroit’s comparable engine that was also rated at 425 horsepower. Either option provides sufficient power for the most demanding farm needs. If you’re exploring models that offer tremendous value for the dollar, consider the 8425.

AGCO Star 8360


At 360 horsepower, the 8360 provides slightly less power than the 8425, but still provides what it takes to pull large plows and other implements. Powered by a 14.0-liter Cummins 6-cylinder diesel engine, the 8360 has shown many farmers that it isn’t always necessary to have the most powerful model in the lineup. 


Of course, the cab is still heated and air-conditioned to keep the operator comfortable regardless of the season. Early spring and late fall fieldwork won’t have to be delayed due to unseasonably hot or cold weather. 

Doing Your Own Maintenance


As just about everyone already knows, many of the newest tractors can’t realistically be maintained on the farm. The manufacturers virtually demand all maintenance and repairs be handled by their dealer networks. That’s not ideal for budget-conscious farmers who prefer to handle as many maintenance and repair needs on the farm as possible. AGCO tractors can be maintained by the owners, as parts are readily available. 


Why is that important? How many times have minor issues threatened to sideline a tractor when it’s needed most? No one can afford to be without a tractor during key periods of the year. 


While it’s nice to think Midwestern farmers have all winter to work on their equipment (or have the dealer do so), parts fail, and maintenance is needed throughout the year. If you’re concerned about losing the convenience of maintaining your own tractor, consider the 8425 or 8360.


If you’re looking for another tractor for the coming season, now is the time to shop. Fastline has the tractors or other implements you’re looking for, so take the time now to browse the site to see just what’s available.