MODEL

New Holland T9040 Specifications

Manufacturers

3pt Hitch
3pt Hitch

• Hitch Catogory: IVN (optional)
• Rear Lift: 19,620 lbs


Battery
Battery

• Number: 2
• Volts: 12


Capacity
Capacity

• Coolant: 84.4 Qts
• Fuel Capacity: 300 gal






Dates
Dates

• Production Start: 2007 (Year)


Dimensions
Dimensions

• Height: 150 inches
• Length: 298 inches
• Operating Weight: 41,605 lbs
• Weight: 51,600 lbs
• Wheelbase: 154 inches


Engine
Engine

• Aspiration: turbocharged aftercooled
• Bore/Stroke: 5.314x5.906 inches
• Compression: 16.5:1
• Cooling: liquid
• Cylinders: 6
• Displacement: 786 ci
• Fuel: diesel
• Manufacturer: Iveco
• Oil Capacity: 32.75 qts
• Rated RPMs: 2000
• Starter Type: electric
• Torque: 1416 lb-ft
• Valves: 24


Engine Power
Engine Power

• Drawbar (rated): 351.28 hp
• Horsepower (Rated): 435 HP
• PTO (rated): 379 hp


General
General

• Amps: 175
• Factory: Fargo, North Dakota, USA
• Manufacturer: New Holland
• Series: T9000


Hydraulics
Hydraulics

• Pressure: 2000 psi
• Standard Valves: 4 to 9
• Total Flow: 40 gpm
• Type: closed center load sensing (CCLS)
• Valve Flow: 33 gpm






Mechanical
Mechanical

• Brakes: integral hydraulic wet disc
• Chassis: 4x4 articulated 4WD
• Steering: hydrostatic power


Power Take-Off
Power Take-Off

• Rear PTO: independent
• Rear speed: 1000 (optional)


Tires
Tires

• Ag front: 710/70R42
• Ag rear: 710/70R42


Transmission
Transmission

• Forward Gears: 16
• Reverse Gears: 2
• Type: full power shift

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Love scored a 5 on 6/10/2012
Hey everyone, I saw moneitn that if you only have 2 horses then to feed square bales. The problem is that horses are designed to graze 24/7. So unless you have a good pasture to supplement the hay, then you might as well get a good quality round bale so that they can eat all day. The horses will only develop a hay belly if it is poor quality hay. The reason is that this hay remains in the cecum longer and accumulates as the microbes have a harder time breaking it down.Also, horses are not meal feeders. Unlike people and dogs, they do not have a gall bladder, meaning that bile is secreted into their GI tract continuously as they graze all day. Also feeding lots of grain will end up being more costly and causes your horses to go into bout of dehydration as a highly osmotic content of food is passed throught the GI tract.Also keep in mind that by allowing you horse to graze all day or eat on a round bale all day will help eliminate vices such as cribbing and it will alleviate boredom. I just started my two on a round bale and they are making a huge mess of it. I'm going to purchase the bale buddy. I notice that they don't spend 100% of their time eat, they still wander around my barren pasture and visit the neighbors horses of the fence line too.Hope that my comments are helpful.RebeccaVeterinary Student


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