Case IH Farmall Introduces the 100A Series As Value Mid-Range Tractor

Four horsepower ratings and choices of three transmissions go with extended-range fuel tanks.

Published on: Feb 16, 2012

Case IH's Farmall 100A series tractor is aimed at providing a high-value solution for customers wanting a capable utility tractor in the 90- to 115 horsepower range.

The 110A and 120A come with a 4.5L diesel engine, while the 125A and 140A are powered with a 6.7L engine. All breath through a dual air cleaner set up through a turbocharger and into the engine through two-valve per cylinder heads. That air supports the fire of a mechanical fuel injection system.

Power runs to the ground through a standard 8X8 power shuttle transmission, or customers can choose an 8X8 synchronized mechanical reverse gearbox, or the 16X8 power shuttle transmission with the high-low clutch.

Farmall lineup gets a new family with the four-member 100A Series tractors ranging from 90 to 115 horsepower.
Farmall lineup gets a new family with the four-member 100A Series tractors ranging from 90 to 115 horsepower.

A 31-gallon per minute hydraulic system is powered with a fixed-displacement pump, and is capable of lifting 7,200 lbs. at the three-point hitch.

Customers can choose two-wheel drive or mechanical front drive and open ROPS or cab versions of the 100A series.

The two smaller models carry 40 gallons of fuel while the larger pair has 62-gallon tanks installed.

The series is designed to take advantage of a wide variety of additional attachments such as material buckets, bale handling equipment, and lifting attachments.

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