previousnext 02/14/2012

New Holland TS6.120 High-Clearance Tractor Ideal for Vegetable and Specialty Crops 

New Holland, PA (February 14, 2012) - With a maximum crop clearance of 30 inches at the drawbar, the new TS6.120 High-Clearance tractor is designed to put big power into rows of tall vegetable and specialty crops without worry of plant damage. The front axle adjusts from 72 to 84 inches to accommodate a wide variety of crops and farming practices.

The new TS6.120 features a spacious flat-deck operator station, and is available with a choice of an open-air ROPS platform or a factory-installed, all-weather cab with air conditioning and heat.

"No matter which you choose, the TS6.120 tractor offers outstanding visibility and comfort, and is both easy to operate and maintain," says Mike Cornman, Dairy & Livestock Segment Marketing Manager. "The factory-installed cab provides operators with an even higher level of comfort and convenience."

The 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 TS6.120 High-Clearance tractor is Tier 3 emissions-compliant, fuel-efficient, durable and economical.

The TS6.120 is available with a choice of three reliable creeper transmissions that provide the ultra-slow speeds needed for precise movement through the rows during cultivating and harvest:

  • 12F x 12R synchronized transmission with mechanical shuttle (includes 4-speed creeper)
  • 12F x 12R synchronized transmission with hydraulic shuttle (includes 4-speed creeper)
  • 24F x 12R DualPower™ transmission with hydraulic shuttle (includes 4-speed creeper)

The standard 3-point hitch capacity of 3,600 lbs. can be increased to 5,400 lbs. or 7,200 lbs. with additional lift rams. Flexible link ends and standard telescopic stabilizers make it easy to handle sprayers and heavy mounted implements. A dedicated left-hand shuttle lever allows for easy forward/reverse shifting.

An optional auxiliary hydraulic implement pump adds 9 gpm flow to the standard 13-gpm implement pump to efficiently run high-demand implements. A separate 9-gpm steering pump is standard for uncompromised steering response.

SeeAll

RECENT NEWS

04/10/2014

Construction Underway on New Holland PavilionsThe first shovels of dirt were turned today in a groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of construction on the New Holland Pavilions at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin.

04/07/2014

New Holland Partners with ATIP Foundation on ‘Resilient Economic Agricultural Practices’ for Sustainable Soil HealthNew Holland Agriculture is partnering with the Agricultural Technology Innovation Parthership Foundation (ATIP) in a public-private partnership to enhance research on sustainable soil health for multiple land uses in agriculture.