John Deere 5205 D 2WD Tractor vs Massey Ferguson MF 9500 Tractor

Compare Specifications of 5205 D 2WD Tractor and MF 9500 Tractor

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John Deere 5205 D 2WD Tractor
John Deere 5205 D 2WD Tractor

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Massey Ferguson MF 9500 Tractor
Massey Ferguson MF 9500 Tractor

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Technical Specifications
Motor -- 12 V 35 A Alternator
Engine Displacement -- 2700.00 cc
Engine 3 Cylinders, Coolant cooled with overflow reservoir, Naturally Aspirated 3 Cylinders, SIMPSONS TSJ 327 TIII A, Turbo charger
Clutch -- Dual
Fuel System -- Rotary
Maximum Power 48 Ps @ 2100 Rpm 58 PS
Transmission 8 Forward + 4 Reverse, Collarshift
Speeds : Forward 2.96 - 32.39 km/h, Reverse 3.89 - 14.90
Comfimesh
Number of Speeds : 8 Forward + 2 Reverse
Battery -- 12 V 88 Ah Battery
Tyres
Front 7.5 x 16 , 8PR 7.5 x 16 (19.05 cm x 40.64 cm)
Rear 14.9 x 28, 12 PR 16.9 x 28 (42.93 cm x 71.12 cm)
Brakes
Front Wet-disc Oil immersed brakes
Rear Wet-disc Oil immersed brakes
Suspension
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Rear -- --
Colors Available
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Physical Specs
Length 3355 mm 3450 mm
Width 1778 mm 1862 mm
Height -- 2316 mm
Weight 1870 kg 2305 kg
Wheelbase 1950 mm 1980 mm
Ground Clearance 375 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity -- 60 litres
Overview
Features - Power steering
- High engine torque
- Engine oil cooler
- Dual clutch
- Inboard planetary final drives
- Mechanical quick raise and lower (MQRL)
- Piston spray jet in addition to pressure-lubrication system
- Dry-type air filter
- Asli side shift
- Adjustable front axle
- Full platform
- Company fitted hitch
Additional Details Air Filter : Dry type, Dual element
Clutch : Single / Dual
Maximum Lifting Capacity : 1600 kgf at lower link ends
3 Point Linkage : Category II Automatic Depth & Draft Control
Steering Type : Power
Power Take OFF Type : Independent, 6 splines
Turning Radius with Brakes : 2900 mm
Forward Speed @ rated RPM : 35.8 kmph
PTO Type : Qudra PTO
PTO Speed : 540 RPM @ 1790 ERPM
Hydraulics Lifting Capacity (Lower Links at Horizontal Position) : 2050 kgf
Three-point Linkage and Controls : Draft, position and response control. Links fitted with CAT-1 and CAT-2 balls (Combi Ball)
Steering Type : Power steering

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