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New Holland offers highest horsepowersub-compact tractor

New Holland, PA (April 12, 2005) - New Holland’s new TZ25DA Boomer™ sub-compact tractor has the most engine horsepower of any sub-compact tractor on the market. All three TZ sub-compact models have the power to handle front or rear-mounted implements—from a snow blower to a tiller to a front-end loader. For the ultimate in traction control, the optional Sensitrak™ system (TZ22DA and TZ25DA only) engages and disengages the FWD automatically and only when required to reduce scuffing the turf, save wear and tear on the tires and increase the life of driveline components.

Handles attachments with ease

Dependable three-cylinder diesel engines provide plenty of power for all kinds of jobs. All three models have two PTO’s to power front- and rear-mounted implements. A mid PTO (2,200 rpm) and rear PTO (540 rpm) and a 700-pound lift, three-point hitch permit operation of power rotary tillers, snow blowers, rotary cutters, blades, front-end loaders and more. A separate pump for the hydrostatic power steering provides plenty of hydraulic flow to the steering system to make maneuvering easy.

Equipped with the optional 10LA front-end loader, a TZ sub-compact tractor can move mulch, gravel and snow fast. Its unique, curved-boom design provides better reach and more strength with less weight and mass than the conventional “dog-leg” loader booms found on other tractors. The curved boom and sloped TZ hood allows better visibility to the bucket, too. Four-bar linkage provides greater rollback for more complete bucket filling, better material retention and a greater dump angle for cleaner dumping of sticky material. The Quick-Latch™ system lets the operator put the loader on in minutes, and take it off just as fast—without tools. And, there’s no need to remove the mower deck to use the loader.

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New Holland offers highest horsepowersub-compact tractor

New Holland, PA (April 12, 2005) - New Holland’s new TZ25DA Boomer™ sub-compact tractor has the most engine horsepower of any sub-compact tractor on the market. All three TZ sub-compact models have the power to handle front or rear-mounted implements—from a snow blower to a tiller to a front-end loader. For the ultimate in traction control, the optional Sensitrak™ system (TZ22DA and TZ25DA only) engages and disengages the FWD automatically and only when required to reduce scuffing the turf, save wear and tear on the tires and increase the life of driveline components.

Handles attachments with ease

Dependable three-cylinder diesel engines provide plenty of power for all kinds of jobs. All three models have two PTO’s to power front- and rear-mounted implements. A mid PTO (2,200 rpm) and rear PTO (540 rpm) and a 700-pound lift, three-point hitch permit operation of power rotary tillers, snow blowers, rotary cutters, blades, front-end loaders and more. A separate pump for the hydrostatic power steering provides plenty of hydraulic flow to the steering system to make maneuvering easy.

Equipped with the optional 10LA front-end loader, a TZ sub-compact tractor can move mulch, gravel and snow fast. Its unique, curved-boom design provides better reach and more strength with less weight and mass than the conventional “dog-leg” loader booms found on other tractors. The curved boom and sloped TZ hood allows better visibility to the bucket, too. Four-bar linkage provides greater rollback for more complete bucket filling, better material retention and a greater dump angle for cleaner dumping of sticky material. The Quick-Latch™ system lets the operator put the loader on in minutes, and take it off just as fast—without tools. And, there’s no need to remove the mower deck to use the loader.

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