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Tractor Showroom (2009)

December 27, 2008
By: Margy Eckelkamp, Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

Enjoy these row-crop tractors advertised at 150 PTO hp and above, as well as four-wheel-drive models available in the U.S.

Row-Crop Tractors


The AGCO RT Series packs performance and efficiency into six models that range from 110 PTO hp to 180 PTO hp. Outfitted with AGCO engines, the RT110a, RT120a, RT140a and RT155a are equipped with 6.6-liter engines, and the RT165a and RT180a models have 7.4-liter engines. The 24F/24R Auto-6 transmission features the AutoDrive controller, which has three different modes (manual, speed-matching and AutoDrive). The PowerMaxx continuously variable transmission is available as an option for the RT110a, RT120a, RT140a and RT155a models. Standard hydraulics run at 29 gpm. The spool-valve management system, available on the RT140a, RT155a and RT165a, is an optional joystick feature that increases hydraulic flow to 39 gpm.


The AGCO DT Series has four models in the 180 PTO hp to 240 PTO hp range. The tractors are powered by AGCO engines: 7.4-liter engines in the DT180a and DT200a and 8.4-liter engines in the DT220a and DT240a. The standard transmission, the PowerMaxx continuously variable transmission, features infinite speeds and has two cruise controls per range. The PowerShuttle control lever can be used as a secondary transmission speed control, as well as to disengage the transmission. The HydraMaxx front axle suspension is optional. The maximum hydraulic flow runs at 39 gpm for all models. The spool-valve management system controls the electrohydraulic valves and electronic remote valves.



The Versatile Series of row-crop tractors from Buhler Industries

includes a 200 PTO hp model and a 225 PTO hp model. The series is powered by Cummins QSC 8.3-liter engines. The 18F/9R full powershift transmission is standard. Shifting features include pulse shift, sequential shift, straight-line shuttle, programmable up-and-down shift, automatic speed matching and programmable reverse. Versatile tractors are available with an optional Ultrasteer front axle to achieve a tighter turning radius, as well as an optional traction control system. Electrohydraulics, which provide fingertip operation to control flow up to 30 gpm, are standard. The optional HydraFlow Plus increases flow to 55 gpm at rated engine speed.



The Case IH Puma Series has nine models ranging from 95 PTO hp to 195 PTO hp. All models are outfitted with 6.75-liter Case IH engines. The power boost provides up to 35 hp of additional power during PTO or hydraulic applications and transport. The standard powershift transmission is 18F/6R. Other full powershift transmission options include EconoGear, Hi-Speed or Creeper, which provides an additional 10F/6R. The long wheelbase (LWB) models—165, 180, 190, 210 and 225—are all available with a continuously variable transmission. Short wheelbase models have hydraulic flow of 43 gpm. Standard hydraulic flow for LWB models is 48 gpm, or an optional high-flow pump can be added for a total flow of 56.6 gpm.



The Case IH Magnum Series ranges from 150 PTO hp to 275 PTO hp. All eight models in the series are powered by Case IH engines. On the 180, 190 and 210 models the standard transmission is a 18F/6R

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