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If your AGCO tractor, mower, harvester, tiller, generator or combine needs a replacement part then you are in the right place. TractorJoe offers thousands of parts for all kinds of agricultural machines- from alternators and gaskets to starters and water pumps. We have an expansive inventory of AGCO parts, including replacements for brand names like Challenger, Fent, Massey Ferguson, Valtra and more. TractorJoe is your one stop shop for all things AGCO!

Why buy your replacements for AGCO parts from TractorJoe? Because we offer the best parts for the best prices. Our inventory list is one of the largest on the web and if you can’t find here, don’t worry- we will try to find it for you! Just give us a call or fill out our parts request form online. We work with a network of suppliers to always try for you. TractorJoe will always put the effort in to find the exact part you need for your AGCO tractor and ship it to you fast.

We also go through measures with our AGCO parts to do our best to ensure they actually fit your machine. There is simply nothing worse than buying a new replacement part and finding out that it just doesn’t fit! On top of this, we also offer an industry best warranty on all of our AGCO replacement parts. You will find that our prices are amazing. We offer new replacements for AGCO parts at up to 70% less than your AGCO dealer.

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AGCO Tractor History

AGCO is based in Duluth, Georgia and is an agricultural equipment company that is highly consolidated. In their lineup they have a plethora of brand names - Challenger tractors and combines, Hesston hay equipment, New Idea hay and forage equipment, RoGator applicators, Sunflower tillers, Massey Ferguson tractors, Gleaner combines, White planters, SpraCoupe sprayers, TerraGator applicators, and outside the U.S. Valtra and Fendt tractors. In worldwide sales, they recorded in 2007 $6.8 billion.

There was a time in which the Allis name was also included in their stable. In 1990 and 2009, between their merger tractors under the AGCO-Allis brand were sold by AGCO. The company announced in 2009 that everywhere other than in South Africa they were phasing out the brand. Now it would be via the brands of Massey Ferguson and Challenger that their main tractor offerings would focus. From 1970 to date, there have been a few distinctive tractor models.

In the mid-80s the last of the "Allis-Chalmers" tractors were produced prior to the agricultural recession that forced various mergers as well as acquisitions. The 1985 Model 4W-305 was one of the last A-C tractors. It contained a twin-turbo engine which produced as much as 305 HP and came with a transmission containing twenty forward gears and four reverse gears.

In the 1970s - during the time in which Massey Ferguson continued being an independent company - the 1505 and 18056 models were introduced, these were powered by a V8 176 HP Caterpillar diesel engine.  Massey Ferguson bought out in the 1980s the 3000 Series with a six-cylinder. Turbo-diesel 190 HP engine. This was actually one of the very first series that made considerable use of electronics. Some of the other series were 2698, 2005, the MF 398 and the MF 699 series.

Currently, the offerings from Massey Ferguson include tractors ranging from 22.5 to 275 HP, there are also rotary combines and loaders and conventional harvesters. There are tractors in the range which feature engines that are Perkins diesel. The company, after the AGCO merger, produced branded tractors of "AGCO Allis" in the series of 5600, 6670, 8700 as well as the 9700.

The 6670 model had a 63 HP and was a model of a specific row crop. The 8700 Series were models of large capacity which produced between 70 and 85 HP, these were available in two- as well as four-wheel drive. The 9600 models were turbocharged and varied between 175 to a 195 HP.

ADCO acquired in 2002 from the Caterpillar Company the Challenger line of farm tractors, and tractors from Challenger are marketed via Caterpillar dealerships. Both conventionally and track tired tractors are included in this line, every one features Caterpillar engines. The size that they range in is from the 206 HP MT 600 C to the 585 HP MT 900 C. IN the U.S. Landini tractors that are Italian manufactured are also distributed by ARCO. The Landini line in the 2000s included fifty models that ranged from the 43 to the 1234 HP.

At first, the AGCO Corporation was known as the Gleaner-Allis Corporation, it was then changed around to be the Allis-Gleaner Corporation, better known as AGCO. Originally the designs for these combines and tractors were done by the Allis-Chalmers Corporation before they sold out to Deutz-Allis.

The line of tractors that was once Deutz-Allis was later renamed shortly after the buyout by management AGCO-Allis, this was what created AGCO, and Gleaner then became their very own brand of combines. In South America, the Deutz-Allis brand continued until 2001, at that point they were then named AGCO-Allis. The tractors in South America remained in the Deutz livery that was lime green. AGCO-Allis in 2001 in North America was renamed AGCO, meanwhile, in South America the AGCO-Allis brand remains the same.

AGCO in 1991 purchased the Hesston Corporation, this earned then hay and forage equipment. A 50/50 joint venture has been agreed upon by ASCO & Hesston with Case International; this is now called Hay and Forage Industries and is part of CNH Global. The White Tractor line was purchased by ARCO from the company called Allied Corporation White New Idea. The remainder of White New Idea was purchased by ARCO in 1993; here they gained the White Planter, hay equipment, and manure spreaders from White New Idea.