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Tractor Showroom (2010)

December 18, 2009
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

AGCO RT Series

The AGCO RT Series packs performance and efficiency into six

models ranging 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 (CVT) is available as an option for the RT110a, RT120a, RT140a and RT155a models. Standard hydraulics run at 29 gpm. The optional hydraulic management system, available on the RT140a, RT155a and RT165a, is a joystick feature and increases hydraulic flow to 39 gpm.


AGCO DT Series

The four models in the AGCO DT Series span from 205 PTO hp to

275 PTO hp. The DT Series is powered by 8.4-liter AGCO Sisu Power

engines that use selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology. The tractors feature a continuously variable transmission (CVT) with speeds up to 25 mph, or 32 mph with the optional front-axle suspension. The Dynamic Tractor Management (DTM) system sets the engine and transmission to run in sync. Total hydraulic flow tops at 46 gpm. The controls include two fingertip remote valve controls and two joystick valve controls, with optional four fingertip valve controls and two joystick valve controls.


Buhler Versatile Series

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 and geared with a 18F/9R full powershift transmission. Shifting features include pulse shift,

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