Kubota Tractor Corp. introduces two new models to its premium M-60 utility ag tractor line: the M6060 and M7060. The deluxe M7060 new 12-speed transmission cab and ROPS model offers reduced engine emissions, high-capacity hydraulics, low noise, and electric engagement of four-wheel drive with the flip of a switch.
The M7060 deluxe models feature 71 net horsepower, high-flow hydraulic system, electric over hydraulic four-wheel drive engagement and 540/540E (Economy) rpm PTO.
The high-capacity hydraulic flow provides 16 gallons-per-minute, increasing fuel economy with lower engine speed and lowering operational noise when working with a loader. This model is equipped with electric over engagement allowing operators to engage four-wheel drive at the flip of a switch. Auto braking from two-wheel-drive mode reduces front tire wear, while providing efficient braking action.
Hydraulic wet-disc brakes are standard equipment. The 540 PTO can operate in 540E mode for light duty applications, increasing fuel economy and reducing operating noise while running implements, like a post hole digger or boom sprayer. The M7060 is also Tier IV compliant, minimizing emissions.
Another addition to the M60 line this year is the M6060, available in two- or four-wheel drive and equipped with a Kubota V3307, 63.5-net horsepower diesel engine. This model features standard wet-disc brakes. Hydraulic shuttle clutch is designed specifically to meet demanding loader work.
Other features include an ergonomically-designed console, with an added direct shift linkage and hydraulic remote levers that are positioned for easy operation. The PTO can be engaged with a simple push-and-turn motion of a large yellow knob. The V3307 engine is updated to Tier IV emission standards with a Common Rail System (CRS) electronic fuel component with electronically controlled governor, both of which increase engine performance while saving fuel.
For more information, got to www.kubota.com.