John Deer has new four-cylinder series tractors that features versatility and heavy-duty power. These are the 5E and 5ML series. These new models are built for many applications such as mowing, property upkeep, livestock feeding and haying operations. They are perfect for working in several restricted height areas such as orchards and livestock barns.
Performance and Design
The 5E delivers greater performance because of its heavy-duty frames, axles, engines and transmission. It is available in 85 and 100 engine horsepower. These models contain the durable 24/12 PowrReverser™ transmission, which increases top transport speed by one-third, so operators can do more in less time. Shifting from low to high is done with ease at the touch of a button without needing to clutch. Fuel consumption can be lowered up to 20 percent by reducing engine rpm to 1,700.
Innovative design changes to the control pod and instrument panel make monitoring and operating easier. More information is available on a single screen compared to before, including warning lights, ground speed, PTO speed, PTO target bar, PowrReverser position, hour meter, hi/lo indicator and diagnostic codes. Routine maintenance is simple with a new slide-out condenser, radiator screen, tilting charge air cooler and slide-out oil cooler.
Your Supplier for Tractor Tops
Helton has a complete line of ABS weatherable plastic tractor tops that fit most models. We offer a wide range of original manufacturer colors that will match most major brands, and all tops are backed the Helton Name.
Multiple sizes of U-bolts are available to fit varying widths of your roll over protection system (ROPS). The metal frame that supports the top is fully adjustable, designed so adjustments can be made to the width and/or the pitch of the ROPS unit.
From tractor tops to livestock feeders to dunnage trays, Helton is the premier provider of turnkey service for custom thermoformed plastic and molded urethane.
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