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Midsize machines

05/03/2012 @ 9:48am

When you invest in machinery, you want to know you're getting the biggest bang for your buck. And that includes not having to skimp on features that enhance productivity and performance. So tractor manufacturers Case IH and Kubota are offering machines that can be configured with a wide range of options, features, and attachments at an affordable price.

Farmall 100A series

The Farmall 100A Series joins the Farmall A, B, and C utility tractors as an ultravalue option. Available in four models, these machines range from 90 to 115 PTO hp.

“The Farmall 100A Series tractors are the value solution for price-conscious customers,” says Case IH's Denny Stroo. “These tractors are easy to operate and can be configured to meet customers' needs for even more versatility.”

The Farmall 100A Series (left, top) and the Kubota Grand X Series (left) are the latest midsize tractor innovations.

Machines come standard with a three-point hitch that can lift up to 7,200 pounds. A fixed-displacement pump hydraulic system offers a total hydraulic flow of 31 gpm.

The Farmall 100A and 120A are powered by a 4.5-liter engine. A 6.7-liter engine powers the Farmall 125A and 140A.

For even more value inside and out, you can choose between a two-wheel or mechanical-front drive and opt for either an open ROPS or a cab-version machine.

A 40-gallon fuel tank on the 110A and 120A helps you get more done. The 125A and 140A offer a 62-gallon fuel tank.

This Series also takes advantage of a variety of attachments, including bale handling and material buckets.

“The Case IH Farmall family now can offer customers any combination of power, features, and attachments to get the job done,” says Stroo.

MSRP is $45,000 to $73,000. Visit www.caseih.com to learn more.

Kubota Grand X

Luxury is the cornerstone behind the next generation of M Series tractors – the Kubota Grand X. Available in four models (M100GX, M110GX, M126GX, and M135GX), these machines range from 86 to 118 PTO hp. with a four-cylinder turbocharged common rail system diesel engine.

In the cab, the center pillars have been removed, and the glass has been rounded for increased interior height (61.4 inches) and width (65.5 inches), which means a more spacious feel and unobstructed view. Other features include tilt and telescopic power steering, deluxe air-ride seat, and deluxe heating and air conditioning.

An integrated control system monitors tractor status and operator actions for ideal control of the machine.

MSRP is $65,770 to $88,922. For more information, visit www.kubota.com.

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