Massey Ferguson MF 245 DI Tractor vs Massey Ferguson MF 9000 Planetary Plus Tractor

Compare Specifications of MF 245 DI Tractor and MF 9000 Planetary Plus Tractor

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Massey Ferguson MF 245 DI Tractor
Massey Ferguson MF 245 DI Tractor

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Massey Ferguson MF 9000 Planetary Plus Tractor
Massey Ferguson MF 9000 Planetary Plus Tractor

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Technical Specifications
Motor 12 V 36 A Alternator 12 V 35 A Alternator
Engine Displacement 2700.00 cc 2700.00 cc
Engine 3 Cylinders 3 Cylinders, SIMPSONS SJ327 TIII A
Clutch Dual dry Dual
Fuel System Inline Inline
Maximum Power 50 PS 50 PS
Transmission Sliding mesh
Number of speeds : 8 Forward + 2 Reverse
Comfimesh
Number of Speeds : 8 Forward + 2 Reverse
Battery 12 V 75 Ah Battery 12 V 88 Ah Battery
Tyres
Front 6.00 x 16 6.00 x 16 (15.24 cm x 40.64 cm)
Rear 13.6 x 28 14.9 x 28 (37.85 cm x 71.12 cm)
Option : 7.5 x 16
Brakes
Front Sealed dry disc brakes Oil immersed brakes
Rear Sealed dry disc brakes Oil immersed brakes
Suspension
Front -- --
Rear -- --
Colors Available
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Physical Specs
Length 3320 mm 3450 mm
Width 1705 mm 1800 mm
Height 2205 mm 2235 mm
Weight 1915 kg 2215 kg
Wheelbase 1830 mm 1980 mm
Ground Clearance 360 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity 47 litres 60 litres
Overview
Features - Optional : Adjustable front axle - Asli side shift Opti
Additional Details Make : SIMPSONS SJ327 Engine TIII A
Forward speed @ rated RPM : 34.2 kmph
Minimum turning circle radius with brakes (mm) : 2800
PTO Type : Live, six splined shaft
PTO Speed : 540 RPM @ 1790 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
Forward Speed @ rated RPM : 34.8 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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