In a cooperative move with Same Deutz-Fahr, Farmtrac North America LLC, has taken a major step into the mid-size tractor market with the Series 7 Farmtrac that includes models from 75- to 114 hp.
The Series 7 Farmtrac was unveiled this week at the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition in Moultrie, Ga., It sports the naturally-aspirated 75 hp. open cab model 775DTC, and three turbocharged models--the 785DTC, with 85 hp; the 795DTC, with 96 hp; and the cab-model 7115DTC with an intercooled blower and 114 hp.
Vijay Raina, President & CEO of Farmtrac says, "The 7-Series represents the first step in a series of major product range expansion plans of the company. Over the next two years, the company plans to launch 14 more models of open station tractors and nine models of cab tractors to expand its product range to more than 50 models."
Farmtrac's new 7 Series tractor includes this turbocharged 96 horsepower open cab model as one of four medium size tractors being built in a cooperative agreement with Same Deutz-Fahr that will feature models up to 200 hp. by 2007.
The Series 7 machines are powered with 4-cylinder engines transferring power through a five-speed synchronized main gearbox coupled with a mechanical shuttle reverser. The 7115DTC comes standard with 20 forward and 20 reverse speeds, while the other models come with 15X15 gearboxes.
Two-speed PTO power is available on all models, with the 7115 cab model including an economy PTO aimed at fuel conservation for applications like light-to-medium mowing.
The open station "7" models carry 21.2 gallons of fuel, while the 7115 has a 39.6 gallon tank.
Hydraulic lifting capacities range from 6,476 lbs. for the 775, to 6,829 lbs. on the 785 and 795. The 7115 is rated at 13,671 lbs. The 7115 has three remote hydraulic valves, while the other models have two with four rear outlets.
The cab model comes with high efficiency air-conditioning and heating, a 4-speed blower, 17 adjustable vents, a roof sunshade, a roll-up front windshield screen and a radio-ready sound system.
For more information, visit www.Farmtrac.com or call (877) 639-5194.