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McCormick USA Adds T-Max Series

September 2, 2010
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The McCormick T-MAX Series features three models: T 90 Maz, T100 Max and T110 Max offering 70.5 to 86.5 PTO horsepower (83 to 102 engine horsepower.)


Powered by 4-cylinder Perkins 1104D Tier 3 compliant diesel engines, a forward-tilting hood provides easy access to the engine for service and maintenance.


The synchromesh transmission features four speeds in three. The standard 12+12 transmission offers a mechanical reverse shuttle. With an optional factory-installed creeper, the transmission is expanded to 16 forward and reverse speeds.


Another option is a power shuttle transmission that provides 36 forward and 12 reverse speeds and allows the operator to change direction (forward to reverse) with a lever integrated into the steering column, without using the clutch pedal. The power shuttle transmission is also equipped with a de-clutch system, allowing the operator to change mechanical gears by depressing a button placed on the gearshift lever without using the clutch pedal. A factory-installed creeper is available, which expands the transmission to 48 forward and 16 reverse speeds.


The hydraulic circuit provides a total flow of 21.7 gpm with up to four auxiliary hydraulic outlets. Operators can control two of the valves using control levers integrated in the console on the driver’s right-hand side. Joysticks provide control to the other two valves for loader operation. With a lift capacity of 9590 lb. and draft control function on the lower links.


Customers can choose between a 2WD and 4WD front axle. The 4WD front axle features electro-hydraulic engagement and offers a 55 degree steering angle.


A 540 or 1000 rpm PTO is standard on the T-Max Series.


The T-MaxSeries is available in either an open station or cab version.


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