New Holland Agriculture - Model TIER4A Serires - Tractors
New T9 4WD tractors give you the power you need and the comfort you want. If the engine and hydraulic power doesn’t turn your head, the sleek design and the largest cab in the industry certainly will. Six new models are ready to fit your farming needs. For those who want a row-crop ready articulated tractor, take a look at one of the four standard 36-inch-wide frame models up to 507 engine horsepower. The slim T9 engine hood provides improved forward visibility and the inboard planetary drive axles allow for narrow wheel width settings. For broad acre work, check out the two higher-horsepower, wide-frame models in the line-up. Their top-level performance is packaged in a new, beautifully balanced chassis that delivers more power to the wheels for improved productivity. Brain and brawn. New Holland knows it takes both to get the job done right.
- AMPLE TORQUE AND SMOOTHER SHIFTINGWith wider gears and extra clutch plates for more torque-carrying capacity, the transmissions on the new T9 Series turn power into productivity. Choose the New Holland 16F x 2R full powershift with Ground Speed Management to deliver plenty of working speeds and smooth shifting.
STANDARD 16 SPEEDS AND DUAL SETTINGSThe 16-speed full powershift transmission with Ground Speed Management (GSM) features both field and road operation settings. GSM Field™ automatically downshifts the tractor and adjusts engine rpm to maintain the best performance, then upshifts and changes engine rpm as load decreases. GSM Road™ selects the proper gears and engine rpm based on speed lever input and load conditions. Even without GSM, get clutch-free, push-button shifting and fingertip control of direction changes.
MORE SPEEDS WHERE YOU NEED THEMEight speeds in the tillage range (4 to 8.5 mph) are each spaced at half-mile-per-hour intervals. Finding the right speed for the job has never been easier.
CONVENIENCE OF FINGERTIP SHUTTLINGA shuttle lever to the left of the steering column and on the CommandGrip makes forward/reverse shuttling easy. Shift to first reverse when in first through eight gears just by moving the shuttle with your fingertips, without taking your hands off the wheel. Maneuver in tight quarters or connect to implements using the handy inch pedal.