Fruit tractors

Answering the demands for high power output in a compact package, New Holland's 106hp T4060F tractors are available in orchard, narrow and vineyard variants.

T4060F: 31 per cent torque rise
T4060F: 31 per cent torque rise

Fitted with a 4.5-litre NEF engine, the units achieve a maximum power at 2,3000rpm. A 31 per cent torque rise means the T4060F is able to tackle demanding tasks such as power harrowing.

All key functions repositioned in the cab and grouped on the right-hand console, including the rear remote valve controls and front and rear linkage controls.

The front part of the rear fenders has also been redesigned, offering more natural operating positions for the throttle and clutch pedals. A Bluetooth radio with MP3 compatibility enables operators to stay in touch.


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