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New Holland High-Clearance Tractor Gives Vegetable and Specialty Crop Farmers More Power and Precise Movement 
TS6030_High_Clearance

New Holland, PA (January 18, 2010) - New Holland's TS6030 high-clearance tractor puts the power of 96 PTO horses into rows of tall vegetables or specialty crops without worry of plant damage. A generous maximum crop clearance of 30 inches at the drawbar prevents damage to valuable crops while cultivating or harvesting. Both axles adjust from 72 to 84 inches to accommodate a wide variety of crops and farming practices.

A new 274-cubic inch, four-cylinder diesel engine is turbocharged and intercooled providing maximum performance and fuel efficiency. Designed to run on standard diesel fuels or any biodiesel blend up to B100 that meets ASTM 6751 fuel quality standards, the TS6030 high-clearance tractor is Tier III emissions-compliant, fuel-efficient, durable and economical.

The TS6030 is available with a choice of three reliable transmissions, including two creeper transmissions that provide the ultra-slow speeds needed for precise movement through the rows during cultivating and harvest. Three-point hitch capacity from the standard 3,600 lbs. up to 7,200 lbs., available flexible link ends and standard telescopic stabilizers make it easy to handle heavy implements.

Additional high-performance hydraulic features include standard FWD for on-the-go extra traction and wheel slip, and an auxiliary implement hydraulic pump is available to add 9gpm flow to the standard 13-gpm implement pump to efficiently run high-demand implements.

The improved, flat-deck operator's platform is designed for comfort and productivity, with excellent visibility from the padded, contoured seat and added comfort from ample legroom and easy-to-reach controls and easy shifting. A one-piece hood lifts on a gas strut for easy access for servicing. The fuel tank holds a generous 39 gallons for long operation between fill-ups.

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