McCormick Introduces New TTX Tractor Series

| 4/9/2009 11:10:00 AM

Tags: McCormick, International, Tractors, Farms,

Hank Will and Mulefoot piglet.If you are looking for a tractor with more than 175 horsepower this year, you would do well to take a look at the latest and largest offerings from McCormick International U.S.A. The company has just introduced the TTX Series and it includes a new generation of quality-built, performance-driven tractors, ideally suited to demanding large-scale operations.

The new TTX Series ranges from 180 to 213 engine hp, and is available in three model types:  The TTX 190; TTX 210; and TTX 230. Enhanced operating efficiencies include the new BetaPower, 6-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine is Tier III compliant and offers improved fuel economy and up to 40 percent torque rise. The rugged Category 3 linkage provides a lift capacity of 12 tons. Wow, that’s a lot of machine.

McCormick TTX tractor

TTX-Series fuel efficiency is further enhanced with the XTRA SPEED electronic transmission, which provides 32-forward and 24-reverse speeds over four ranges, and eight powershift speeds in each range. For applications that require slower speeds, an optional creeper unit can be factory fitted to achieve 48 forward and 40 reverse speeds.

The TTX’s live front axle, offers a steering angle of 55 degrees for improved maneuverability, ideal for working in tight areas, and exclusive features in the TTX’s PTO system reduce hassle for operators while enhancing the transfer of power to PTO-driven implements.

“Changing PTO power output in some tractors can be frustrating and clumsy,” says Wayne Buchberger, vice president, product management and sales control for McCormick USA.  “The TTX is designed with one reversible PTO shaft that doesn’t require snap rings or a series of bolts to change. Simply slide the collar, reverse the PTO shaft and release the collar to change from 540 to 1000 rpm, to properly match the implement drive system.”

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