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Original spare parts for Massey Ferguson MF tractors in Kenya – FMD East Africa

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Buy original MF spare parts at FMD East Africa

The demand for quality tractor spare parts in Kenya has motivated me to write this short article, just to let farmers know that there is a place where they can get Massey Ferguson spare parts that are authorized by the manufacturer.

FMD East Africa is a famous name among Kenyan farmers especially the owners and lovers of Massey Ferguson tractors. If you have been looking to buy the original spare parts for your Massey Ferguson tractor in Kenya, look no further because FMD East Africa got your back!

FMD East Africa started their journey with Massey Ferguson many decades ago which gives them a perfect blend of experience and genuine reputation that is difficult to come across anywhere else.

If you have been looking to buy the original spare parts for your Massey Ferguson tractor in Kenya, look no further because FMD East Africa is here.

Beware farmers!

The Kenyan market has been flooded with forged tractor spare parts of very poor quality (not from the original manufacturer). Farmers who are not well informed buy these low-quality spare parts at very high prices because they are presented to them as the original spare parts. This has led to shattered trust between farmers and the suppliers of tractor spares in Kenya. Some farmers have reached the point of saying that original spare parts do not exist in Kenya.

But I am here to tell you that there is a solution. There is a way out.

The only way to get a genuine spare part (whether cheap or expensive) is to buy it from a supplier who is authorized by the original manufacturer.

Do not go for cheap. Cheap is expensive.

Do not use a short cut. A short cut is a wrong cut.

If you own an MF tractor, feed it with quality food (original parts) and the health of your machine will improve tremendously.

FMD East Africa has offices in Nakuru (0722205538), Nairobi (0732151000), Eldoret (0727509018), and Narok.

Do not forget to thank me later.

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