MODEL

New Holland B95B Specifications

Manufacturers

Backhoe
Backhoe

• Bucket Sizes: 88.6 in
• Dig Depth (2ft bottom): 14' 1" ft
• Digging Breakout (Bucket): 15,212 lbs
• Transport Height: 12' 6" ft


Capacity
Capacity

• Fuel Capacity: 35.6 gal


Dimensions
Dimensions

• Height: 9' 5" inches
• Operating Weight: 16,008 lbs
• Transport Length: 23' 0" ft
• Transport Width: 7' 6" ft
• Wheelbase: 85.6 inches






Engine
Engine

• Aspiration: Turbo-aftercooled
• Cylinders: 4
• Displacement: 274 ci
• Manufacturer: FPT
• Model: 445TA/E3
• Rated RPMs: 2200
• Torque: 334 lb ft


Engine Power
Engine Power

• Horsepower (Rated): 91 HP
• Horsepower(Gross): 97 HP


Hydraulics
Hydraulics

• Type: Open
• Valve Flow: 40 gpm


Tires
Tires

• Front Tire: 12x16.5
• Rear Tire: 19.5Lx24


Transmission
Transmission

• Forward Gears: 4
• Max Speed: 20 mph
• Reverse Gears: 4
• Type: Synchromesh

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Reviews

Matheo scored a 5 on 11/6/2012
Hi Eric, with regard to the TROJAN model 6000- TURBINE ..I can tell ya that the . FIRE-BREATHING-DRAGON , as it was nick-named .never made it out the einprxmeetal lab at Batavia. Truth be told .it was a . engineering nightmare from the start. The engine, a revolutionary design by the Ford Motor Company .was a gas-turbine configuration. Designed primarily for stationary generator use .it couldn't stand -up to the constant pounding and jarring, associated with a front-end loader, and was prone to failure!!!! My DAD told me . that the each engine,was brought in by Ford, in special covered trucks at night!!!! Once installed in the 6000, they couldn't run it inside on the test-stand, because it one time .. set the lab roof on fire , from the exhaust!!!!! Hell, every time they took it to the near-by gravel pit to test it under load conditions .it had to be towed-back to the lab, due to ENGINE-FAILURE!!!!! When a technician from FORD .asked my DAD about the performance of the TURBINE under load conditions .he responded with his . FAMOUS-PHRASE . That Goddamn thing couldn't push a sick-whore off a piss-pot!!!!! Forgive me, but that's a direct-quote. The sales manager at the time, George Bassinett, was ready to put this machine out on the market,at a price of I believe, $180,000 dollars. The problem Eric, was that the engine alone .cost, are you ready? $475,000 dollars!!!!!! Now, ask yourself who in their right mind .is gonna pay $500,000 dollars, for a turbine powered loader, when they can buy a CAT, 966, or 988 .for a hell of a lot less???? To sum it up .the ill-fated TROJAN 6000 TURBINE , was a failure , from the start!!!!! Bill Hamilton, Tucson, Az.


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