If you use this search method, you will search for a drive based on the brand and type of your machine. After you have entered values for the brand and type with regard to the first two fields, one or more fields that require values may be displayed.
Tip: If you are unsure about what you need to enter exactly in the fields in addition to the brand and type, check the nameplate of your machine. You will find there all the value that you can enter. The nameplate can be found on the right side or on the right at the bottom on the front side of your machine.
You can search for a drive transmission based on the dimensions of your current drive transmission in relation to this searching method. You can measure the sizes using a large callipers and you can enter the values in the related fields. Please also count the bolt holes.
Tip: When you enter a value for the first field, you will immediately see what the options are. You can then compare the proposed dimensions with your current dimensions.
If you use this search method, you will search for a drive based on the OEM number. An OEM (original equipment manufacturer) number is the part number of the original manufacturer. You can find this number in the parts manual of your machine.
Tip: it is important that you enter the OEM number correctly. Unfortunately, no results will be displayed if the search instruction contains typing errors.
Fermec was founded by means of a management takeover of the MF Industrial division in 1992. This acquisition included the complete line of Massey Ferguson construction equipment. After a series of product updates the name was changed from Massey Ferguson to Fermec. In 1997, Case IH bought the brand and the products were sold under Case’s CE Division. In order to get permission to merge with New Holland in 2001, Case IH had to sell Fermec. Fermec was sold to Terex and trading under the Fermec brand stopped. All Fermec models were renamed to Terex models with the same standard off-white colour scheme.
Fermec was known for its backhoe loaders, skid steer loaders, excavators and agricultural tractors. In 2017, some of the former Fermec machines were transferred to the French company Mecalac.
Replacing Fermec final drive
As the Fermec brand no longer exists, it can be difficult to find a replacement drive for your machine. Definitely quite annoying, because every minute that your machine is standing still costs you money. Fortunately, Fargo Drives has a large selection of final drives and you will be operational again before you know it.
However, it is not always necessary to replace the entire final drive. Replacing a single part, such as your sun gears or motor shafts, can sometimes be enough. Fargo Drives is also the right place to go for spare parts.
With over 60 years of experience, we have in-depth product knowledge. Do you have any questions or would you like to know more about our product range? Please do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to help you!