Eicher Tractor 368 vs Massey Ferguson MF 241 DI Planetary Plus Crown Series Tractor

Compare Specifications of Tractor 368 and MF 241 DI Planetary Plus Crown Series Tractor

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Eicher Tractor 368
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Massey Ferguson MF 241 DI Planetary Plus Crown Series Tractor
Massey Ferguson MF 241 DI Planetary Plus Crown Series Tractor

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Technical Specifications
Motor 12 V, 75 Ah 12 V 36 A Alternator
Engine Displacement 2945.00 cc 2500.00 cc
Engine 3 Cylinders 3 Cylinders
Clutch -- Dual dry
Fuel System Inline Inline
Maximum Power 36 PS 42 PS
Transmission Central shift - Combination of constant & sliding mesh, Side Shift (Optional)
Number of Speeds : 8 Forward + 2 Reverse
Partial constant mesh
Number of speeds : 8 Forward + 2 Reverse
Battery -- 12 V 75 Ah Battery
Tyres
Front 6.00 x 16 6.00 x 16
Rear 13.6 x 28 13.6 x 28
Brakes
Front Disc Brake, Oil Immersed Brakes (Optional) Multi disc oil immersed brakes
Rear Disc Brake, Oil Immersed Brakes (Optional) Multi disc oil immersed brakes
Suspension
Front -- --
Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors -- --


Physical Specs
Length -- 3400 mm
Width -- 1660 mm
Height -- 2200 mm
Weight -- 1920 kg
Wheelbase -- 1785 mm
Ground Clearance -- 345 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity -- 47 litres
Overview
Features -- - Asli side shift
- Adjustable seat
- Raised platform
- Push type pedals
Additional Details Clutch Type : Single, Dual (Optional)
Forward speed @ rated RPM : 30 kmph (with 13.6 tires)
PTO Speed (Standard) : 540
Lifting Capacity (Lower links at hitch position) : 1200 Kg
Three point linkage and controls : Automatic depth and draft control
Steering Type : Mechanical , Power Steering (Optional)
Make : SIMPSONS S325.1 TIII A
Forward speed @ rated RPM : 29.5 kmph
Minimum turning circle radius with brakes (mm) : 2850
PTO Type : Live, six splined shaft
PTO Speed : 540 RPM @ 1500 ERPM
Lifting capacity (Lower links at horizontal position) : 1700 kgf
Three point linkage and controls : Draft, position and response control. Links fitted with Cat 1 and Cat 2 balls (Combi Ball)
Steering Type : Manual steering / Power steering

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