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New Farmall C Utility Tractors

02/07/2013 @ 9:29am

The new Case IH Farmall C tractors are engineered to cost-effectively deliver the power and performance utility tractor owners expect. The new models include:

  • Farmall 85C with 75 PTO hp.
  • Farmall 95C with 85 PTO hp.
  • Farmall 105C with 95 PTO hp.

The new Farmall C models use Tier 4A-compliant Case IH FPT 4-cylinder 3.4-liter turbocharged and intercooled engines. Precise electronic metering of fuel delivered with electronic high-pressure common-rail fuel injection provides a more efficient combustion process.

Glow plugs warm the engine prior to a cold-weather start, eliminating the need to use ether in freezing temperatures. The three Farmall C units have a 12-speed forward, 12-speed reverse transmission and use a synchronized, mechanical shuttle, wet-, or dry-clutch transmission.

More user-friendly controls and features were used in the cab to help make the operator’s day more productive. In addition, there is an optional high-visibility roof panel that provides greater visibility to the loader and other attachments.

Owners can choose between standard factory-installed regular or heavy-duty loaders with either non-self-leveling or mechanical self-leveling 72- or 84-inch Skid Steer style buckets. A standard grille guard is included for added protection. The Farmall C is also available in ROPS/cab, four-wheel drive, and two-wheel drive configurations.

The standard model comes with a 12.5-gallon per minute (GPM) hydraulic pump, but if more flow is needed, farmers can upgrade to 16.9-GPM. Up to two rear remotes offer quick connections for a variety of functions requiring hydraulics.

The price range for the new tractors is $42,000 to $65,000.

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