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New Holland Workmaster™ tractor


June 28, 2010
By Fruit & Vegetable

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nhworkmasterphotoJune 28, 2010, New
Holland, PA – The new Workmaster™
75 is the latest addition to New Holland’s value class tractors.



June 28, 2010, New
Holland, PA – The new Workmaster™
75 is the latest addition to New Holland’s value class tractors.

At 75 hp, the Workmaster™
75 is currently the most powerful member of the Workmaster™ family, which also
includes 45- and 55-hp models.

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The Workmaster™ 75
features an 8X2 constant mesh transmission with four gears in high and low
ranges totaling eight forward gears and two reverse gears. For convenient
shift-on-the-go operation, 3rd and 4th gear, as well as 7th and 8th gear, are
synchronized.

The new Workmaster™ 75
is equipped with a turbocharged, four-cylinder, Tier III emission-compliant engine
that is approved to run on B100 biodiesel. Indirect mechanical fuel injection
ensures quick response and smooth operation while boosting fuel efficiency and
reducing emissions.

A fully independent
540-rpm PTO allows a three-point implement to remain engaged even when changing
gears, turning or applying the clutch. And open-center hydraulics coupled with
a standard rear remote valve and deluxe three-point hitch make attaching and
using many rear implements a cinch.

The tractors have a comfortable,
open operator station that is designed for operator convenience with
plenty of foot and legroom. Controls are accessible right next to the seat, and
analog instrument gauges are easy to read. The suspension on the contoured seat
adjusts for operator comfort. The sloped hood and rounded fenders provides
visibility, another big plus for loader work. And the vertical exhaust directs
noise, heat and fumes away from the operator.

 


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