Compact Tractors Pack Performance in Four Models

September 7, 2010 08:11 AM
 
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An all-new lineup of New Holland Boomer compact tractors feature maneuverability and operating ease. These tractors range from 28 hp to 47 hp, and are designed rural lifestylers, landscapers, farmers, golf courses and municipalities.

The tractors are built around three functions: visibility, ease of use and serviceability. New Holland Boomer tractors are designed with a sloped hood for increased visibility. Visibility is further enhanced by a lighting package that illuminates both the front and side for safer, more productive work.

The new Boomers are powered by quiet, durable, fuel-efficient four-cylinder engines. A dual-pump, high-capacity hydraulic system with an electro-hydraulic engaged independent PTO ensures fast implement and steering response. In addition to the rear PTO, a mid PTO for mid-mount mowers is also available. These tractors can provide smooth power for loading, digging, mowing, blowing snow and much more.

The new Boomers are available with a choice of a smooth, synchronized gear transmission or a three-range hydrostatic transmission with two-pedal actuation. The smaller Boomer 30 and 35 models, 28 hp and 38 hp respectively, are available with a12 x12 synchronized shuttle shift (SSS) transmission while the larger Boomer 40 and 50 models, 41 hp and 47 hp respectively, are equipped with a 16 x16 SSS transmission. The synchronized shuttle shift transmission (SSS) make change of direction or speed easy because there's no need to come to a complete stop when shuttling or changing gears, a real plus for fast, efficient front-end loader work.

Boomer tractors feature labeled controls that are ergonomically positioned. The flat deck has plenty of legroom, as well as a comfortable, adjustable high-back seat and tilt steering column. For ease of maintenance, the one-piece hood lifts on a gas strut for quick access to routine maintenance areas.

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