Compact Equipment

JUL 2018

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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S ince relaunching the iconic Farmall brand in 2004, Case IH introduced a new gen- eration of compact all-purpose machines that tackle tough chores — from loading and mowing to rotary cutting and clearing snow. Developed to meet the needs of mixed farms and professional producers, these tractors pack a ton of value into a compact size plus plenty of big tractor features. If you haven't checked out the compact Farmall lineup lately, get familiar with one of the industry's most complete offerings. Compact Farmall 35A and 40A tractors are rugged, reliable machines that offer ver- satility in a well-designed package, says Case IH. The simple, ergonomic design ensures all controls are within easy reach, and a roomy operator area provides excellent vis- ibility. A turbocharged three-cylinder, 1.9-liter diesel engine meets stringent emissions standards without compromising power or fuel efficiency. At 35 and 40 engine hp (PTO: 28 to 34 hp), the A Series engines provide all the power you need for loading, blading, tilling, mowing and more. Plus, an electronically controlled, direct fuel-in- jected engine creates greater lugging power to get you through tough situations like moving heavy loads or cutting thick grass. Compact Farmall 35C (non-cab), 40C (cab), 45C and 55C deliver a customizable op- erating experience, featuring best-in-class options in a compact package, says Case IH. Four Tier 4 Final-compliant models range from 35 to 55 engine hp (PTO: 29 to 47 hp). A three-point hitch lift capacity up to 2,756 lbs is ready to handle an array of produc- tivity-boosting implements, and the fully inde- pendent PTO with electrohydraulic engagement allows for simple, no-effort engagement every time. Tackle any task in comfort from the opera- tor's seat, as all-around visibility, an enhanced interior layout and easy-access controls quickly turn novice users into expert operators. Case IH says it delivers more than just the horsepower to get the job done. Its full line of loaders, attachments and implements help with a variety of tasks. A loader turns a tractor into a versatile, powerful workhorse, and loaders are very easy to install on compact Farmall series deluxe tractors. Just drive the tractor into the loader, put in the pins, attach the hydraulics and start working. Quick and easy attachments and implements are the perfect match for the Farmall heavy-duty hitch and high-capacity responsive hydraulics. These options include: Case IH Durable, Versatile, Easy-to-Use, A Farmall Tractor for Every Operation caseih.com Advice to Buyers "When purchasing a compact tractor, it's important to consider two things," says Denny Stroo, Case IH Farmall tractors marketing man- ager. "First, does it have the power to do all the tasks you'll need to per- form around a jobsite? Second, does it provide the creature comforts you need to stay com- fortable in the cab for 10 hours per day? A good compact tractor should feel easy and comfort- able to use from the mo- ment you hop in." T R A C T O R S Model Engine Horsepower Gross HP* PTO Horsepower Gear (Hydro) Bucket Breakout Force Max. Travel Speed Gear (Hydro) Operating Weight (Cab) Farmall 35A 35 hp 29.7 hp (28 hp) NA 14.2 mph (14.8 mph) 3,067 lbs Farmall 40A 40 hp 34 hp (32 hp) NA 14.2 mph (14.8 mph) 3,067 lbs Farmall 35C (Non Cab) 35 hp 29.7 hp (28 hp) NA 14.2 mph (14.8 mph) 3,175 lbs Farmall 40C (Cab) 40 hp 34 hp (32 hp) NA 14.2 mph (14.8 mph) 3,803 lbs Farmall 45C (Non Cab/Cab) 45 hp 38.2 hp (36 hp) NA 16.9 mph (17.9 mph) 3,770 lbs (4,453 lbs) Farmall 55C (Non Cab/Cab) 55 hp 46.7 hp (44 hp) NA 16.9 mph (17.9 mph) 3,770 lbs (4,453 lbs) 80 Compact Equipment JULY/AUGUST 2018 *This is gross hp, not net hp, which is what other manufacturers submitted. • Side- and rear-discharge mower (non-cab models only) • Rear-mount finishing mower • Front-mount rotary broom • Rotary tiller • Front-mount blade • Front- and rear-mount snow blower • Backhoe • Rotary cutter • Box blade • Landscape rake • Disk harrow • Rear, three-point mounted blade

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