New Holland TN95VA pulls heavy loads in narrow rows

May 2005
Southeast Farm Press;5/18/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 14, p8
Trade Publication
This article reports that with 80 PTO horsepower and a minimum overall width as small as 42.3 inches, New Holland Inc.'s narrow TN95VA tractors can pull heavy loads in extremely narrow rows. The ultra-narrow TN95VA fits between vineyard rows, yet can handle the demands of large sprayers and tillage equipment. This new model is the largest in New Holland's TNV-A tractor line. The TN95VA is available with a choice of operator platform or all-weather cab. The TN95VA is designed for productivity in the vineyard. It comes equipped with a manual transmission that provides more working speeds than other narrow tractors, including speeds as low as .4 mph.


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