H9800 Series Construction
BUILT FOR YEARS OF SERVICE
Eliminating stress points in the main frame was a critical step in developing a truly heavy-duty bale wagon that will last for years. That's why New Holland engineers used state-of-the-art Finite Element Analysis in the latest design of the H9800 Series. The results are rugged wagons that will handle the densest bales.
ADDING STRENGTH TO THE STRUCTURE
To improve structural integrity, wagon frame channels are made of one-piece 3/8-in. steel, and structural tubing is used in place of formed channels for the cross members. The second table, load and rolling racks, and side supports have been beefed up as well.
TWO-PIECE CAB/WAGON DESIGN
When you look at the H9800 models, the cab appears to be suspended in front, and that's by design. The cab platform is separated from the wagon frame and mounted on isolators to protect it from twisting, vibration and noise. The result is more comfort for the operator.
A five-speed automatic transmission with lock-up torque converter has excellent speed-matching ability. First gear provides a slower ground speed for increased productivity in high-density crops, while the overdrive in fifth gear offers a fast 50-mph road speed.
DUAL HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Two hydraulic systems with three pumps provide plenty of flow where it's needed. A 6.7-gmp gear pump supplies flow to the power steering and brake booster. The bale loader and cross conveyor are supplied by a 13.8-gpm gear pump. And a 29.0-gpm piston pump sends flow to the closed-center system, where higher flow is needed.