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Taifun Allvot
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• 11/25/2015

Difference!

Hello! Do not tell me, is there a difference between AMAZONE_UF_1801 and AMAZONE_ZG-B_8200 in Farming Simulator 15? That is, does it make sense to buy them both or can be limited to one, AMAZONE_UF_1801 for example only? Thank you in advance!

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Taifun Allvot
Headrock
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• 11/26/2015

The articles for these machines in FS15 contain all the information you need:

AMAZONE UF 1801 (Farming Simulator 15)

AMAZONE ZG-B 8200 (Farming Simulator 15)

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• 11/26/2015
Headrock wrote:
The articles for these machines in FS15 contain all the information you need:

AMAZONE UF 1801 (Farming Simulator 15)

AMAZONE ZG-B 8200 (Farming Simulator 15)

Thank you, I forgot to click on a link that leads directly to the article ...

As I understand it, there is no difference between the singular only in the capacity of the of the unit and the width of the work, right?

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• 11/26/2015

The only real difference between these two is that the sprayer requires you to unfold its booms in order to spray anything. These booms will also get caught by trees and such, so the spreader is the recommeded option in my opinion. The spreader has also a bigger capacity but you can always buy that front-mounted extra fertilizer tank for the sprayer. Some people also find it easier to use the sprayer beause you can always see what area exactly will get fertilized simply by looking at the sprayer's booms.

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A FANDOM User
• 11/27/2015

Spreader 8200 is clearly the best option between these two :

- Better capacity 12.68h against 2.71h with sprayer alone and 4.3h with sprayer and tank

- Work speed with spreader is faster 20km/h against 12km/h

- No constraint with booms

- Wider range 26m against 24m


I don't see any advantage to the sprayer, even the Amazone ZA-M 1501 is best for everything

You can put spayer in front but if you want to do that Amazone ZA-M 1501 is best two

To put it in front is good way to gain work time but will cost a lot of fertilizer (depend on the range of the tool you use in back)

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