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T6000 Plus. The definition of modern versatility

When designing the cab for T6000 Plus tractors, New Holland placed great importance on getting the control layout just right. Unlike some cab designs, this operator focus applies to all specification and cab variants. Controls are all user friendly and “hands on”. You do not have to use any complicated screens to make adjustments. If you want to adjust your rear linkage settings just turn the clearly marked dials, control kept simple.

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Hydraulic muscle and PTO flexibility

T6000 Plus models specified with an Electro Command™ transmission feature closed centre hydraulics (CCLS) as standard. At the heart of the system is a load sensing, variable displacement piston pump.This delivers enough oil for any task but does away with the power losses associated with a traditional system. Up to 113l/min can be produced, with 95l/min available at a single remote valve. Tractors specified with Dual Command™ transmissions are equipped with an 80l/min fixed displacement hydraulic pump. All models benefit from a dedicated 40l/min steering pump. Regardless of engine speed or hydraulic load, full power to the steering circuit is maintained.

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Electro-hydraulic PTO

A dedicated multi-plate wet clutch pack engages drive to the PTO. An automatic soft start system modulates the PTO clutch pack engagement according to the load, ensuring a smooth uptake of power. T6000 Plus models have 540-540E- 1000 PTO speeds as standard.

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Configurable remote valves

T6000 Plus tractors are available with four rear and two mid-mount (loader ready) remote valves. All remote valves have flow controls and selected valves can be individually configured to suit the application. For example; set to constant pump, set to operate with no detents and set to a motor mode. Such features are usually 8 only obtained with higher cost electronic valves.

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