New Holland T7 Series

Published in the January 2012 Issue Published online: Jan 19, 2012
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The new T7 Series has unrivaled comfort, power, efficiency and precision. It includes innovative features, such as the Auto Command CVT transmission and the Sidewinder II armrest with CommandGrip multifunction controller.

All T7 Tractors, including 100- to 140-PTO hp, standard wheelbase models, are available with a choice of transmissions to match your operating needs and preferences, including full powershift and Continuous Variable Transmissions (CVTs).

Every aspect of the superior T7 Series tractor performance converges in the ultra-quiet, high-visibility Horizon cab, featuring unrivaled comfort and precision. From here, you control the groundbreaking engine power and the best-in-class dedicated hydraulic flow. Interior sound level is a hushed 70 dba. Sixty-three square feet of glass enclose the Horizon cab, providing an unobstructed view in every direction.

T7 Series hydraulic performance starts with the closed-center load-sensing (CCLS) system powered by a variable displacement piston pump, delivering 33 gallons per minute for the rear remotes, three-point hitch and loader on all models. An optional high-flow pump provides 39 GPM on models T7.235-T7.270 and 37 GPM on models T7.100-T7.210. All models include a separate pump for operating circuits.

FastSteer allows you to execute a right or left turn by moving the steering wheel a mere 10 degrees. Instead of the multiple steering wheel revolutions required for a "lock-to-lock" turn, only a nudge is needed with FastSteer for less effort and time on the job.

The Auto Command CVT makes it easy to find the perfect speed for each job because your choice of speeds is infinite. You accelerate from zero to maximum speed smoothly, without multiple steps. And, with no clutching, the shuttle shifting is the smoothest you'll find, making the Auto Command transmission ideal for loader work. Speed may be changed in increments as small as 0.1 mph.

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