Billed as a "pulling tractor," it sells for $91,500 (suggested retail), which pencils out to right at $295 per hp. "So far as we know, it's the only gear-driven high horse-power tractor on the market," says Dave Dairy, sales manager.
The new TM310's major components are well-known "off the shelf" main brands: A Cummins engine (6 cyl. direct injection and water cooled) Eaton mechanical two-speed transmission (18 speeds forward and 4 in reverse); Eaton heavy-duty differential; Dana Spicer clutch; and Muller axles with planetary final drives, and a Muller-built mechanical transfer case.
Comes with cab and 20.8 x 38 radial tires (24.5 x 32 optional). It independently articulates (30? to either side) and oscillates (15? to either side), and has an outer turning radius of 323 in. Weighs 29,000 lbs. Options include a 3-pt. hitch and a "no-spin" front differential. Not available with pto.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, CBT/USA, 4575 Hilton Parkway, Colorado Springs, Col. 80907 (ph 719 590-1118).
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