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Massey Ferguson Expands Tractors for Loader Use

February 18, 2011
By: Margy Eckelkamp, Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
 
 

Built specifically for farm chores using a front end loader, the Massey Ferguson 5450 allows the operators to see the edge of the bucket from their seat in the cab. The Hi-Visibility Hood gives the operator expanded visibility and is redesigned to be lower at the front to give operators improved sight lines and eliminate blind spots.

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The tractor is powered by a 75 PTO hp Tier 3 emissions-compliant Perkins 1104D 44TA turbo-charged engine. The standard Dyna-4 transmission is also available with a supercreeper option.

Also new on the tractor is the left-hand power control lever, mounted to the steering column. The lever provides convenient, operator-controlled forward/reverse shuttling, powershift changes and fingertip declutching, and leaves the operator’s right hand free to operate other controls. The MF5450 also allows the operator to tailor the responsiveness of the forward and reverse shuttle using a simple rotary dial on the console.

Learn more at www.MasseyFerguson.com

 

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