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Your Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

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1. What else will I need to operate my tractor?
Nothing, all our tractors are assembled and ready for your next job, however it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with basic tractor and implement operation, features, and functions if you are inexperienced with tractors.  The fluids and filters have been changed, however you will need to purchase new fluids and filters for the regular maintenance required.

2. Where do you deliver and how much extra will shipping cost me?

We ship to most mainland locations in Canada, see our delivery page for more details, please contact us for shipping costs.

3. What is the warranty?
Mahindra now comes with an industry best 7 year parts & labor powertrain warranty on their compact tractors and their utility tractors carry a 5 year powertrain warranty. LS tractors have a 5 year parts & labor powertrain warranty with a 2 year limited full comprehensive warranty with limited hours. Transportation, shipping, and maintenance parts (filters etc.) are not covered.

4. How do I get repair parts and how long does it take?
Some parts are available from stock at The Tractor Company.   For parts that are not already in stock we order direct from the manufacturer. Typical order time is 10-14 days for parts to arrive. There are of course many factors that can extend this time. Parts supply is very good for all of our tractors, but, like all other makes if a part is back ordered it will take more time to arrive.

5. How long will it take to get my tractor?
We stock a number of tractors and implements, which are available immediately, however if we are out of stock or don't carry a specific setup or item, delivery time can vary but USUALLY takes 4 - 6 weeks from the date of our next order. This time frame can INCREASE or decrease depending on factors that are outside of our direct control.  For instance we cannot control the spring rush at the factory (April and May), bad weather, strikes,holidays (In Canada, USA and abroad), and customs inspections. 

6. What is a two stage clutch?
Talon tractors are equiped with a 2 stage clutch.  A 2 stage, or dual clutch means that you have 2 clutch discs, one for the transmission and one for the PTO.  Depressing the clutch pedal in halfway will disengage the transmission and stop the tractor but keep the PTO running.  Depressing the clutch pedal in all the way will disengage the transmission and the PTO, stopping both the tractor and the implement.  Frontier Tractors have a live PTO but not a live independant PTO.

7. Do I have to buy maintenance items (filters, belts, hoses) from The Tractor Company?
No you do not, however, your warranty may be voided if an after market filter were to cause damage.  We stock filters for every tractor we have in inventory.  Remember that standard maintenance items are not covered under your Warranty Policy.

8. If I have a major problem with my tractor, do I take it to The Tractor Company for repair?
Most warranty repairs must be done at The Tractor Company unless otherwise specified.  Most tractor repair facilities can repair your tractor on non-labour warranty. We can have the parts sent direct to the facility of your choice.  Third party Labor, Travel Expenses and Freight are not covered under your Warranty.

9. Are hydrostatic transmissions available as an option?
Hydrostatic transmissions have quickly become the most popular transmission choices due their ease of use and excellent responsiveness. We have hydrostatic transmissions available on most Mahindra and LS tractor models.  

10. Does my tractor use special oils or fluids?
Mahindra and LS tractors require the fluids recommended in your manual. 

For other tractors the engine and injector pump, use heavy duty 15W40 diesel motor oil in summer and 10W-30 diesel oil for winter, or 5W40 synthetic for year round use. We recommend using synthetic oils after your first service.
For the hydraulics, we recommend a good quality tractor transmission-hydraulic fluid (Shell Spirax) or ATF if the hydraulics and transmission share a reservoir otherwise an all-purpose hydraulic fluid is adequate.  Winter hydraulic fluid is necessary for colder temperatures.

For the front differential use 80W90 gear oil or 75W90 synthetic gear oil.
All of these are available from your local auto parts dealers.

11. Can I buy Implements from The Tractor Company?
Yes a full line of Agri-Ease, MK Martin, and Terrain implements are available, as well as various other brands.  We stock most common acreage implements, and any non-stock items will be special ordered from the factory or supplier.see implement page

12. Can I get The Tractor Company to finance my purchase?
Financing is available on approved credit and with a minimum of 10% down, some exceptions apply.   Mahindra tractors have low rate and longer term financing available.  We accept certified checks, Visa, MasterCard, or debit.  An additional fee will be applied to credit card purchases over $3000.00. Contact us for details.

13. Where are your tractors made?

As with all tractors under 100 HP, our tractors come from overseas. Mahindra tractors over 55 horse power are primarily built in India by Mahindra, which is based on International Harvester technology. All MAX & 1600 Series (24 - 38 HP) Mahindra tractors are built in Japan by Mitsubishi. The eMax and 2600 series are built in Korea by TYM. Mahindra implements and attachments are built in Canada, the U.S., or Korea. Kioti and LS Tractors are built in South Korea by Daedong and LS (Leading Solutions). THERE ARE NO COMPLETE TRACTORS UNDER 100HP MANUFACTURED IN NORTH AMERICA!

14. Why 2 different tractor makes?

We offer 2 lines of tractors to fit all tractor shopper's needs. With LS we provide a value tractor with more features and options, excellent performance and superior warranty. Kioti also offers great value and performance with the added bonus of some the best low rate finacing options in the industry. With Mahindra we provide top performing, premium tractors with the best warranty in the industry.

15. Are there any hidden costs?

We don't believe in paying for surprises! We have never charged any customer additional hidden costs. All costs are clearly stated up front and we are happy to provide a written quote upon request. However, human error can occur and the actual price will supercede any price discrepancies or inadvertent admissions.

16. What HP is needed to lift a round bale?

Due to the extreme leverage that large round bales create you will need at least 40 HP to lift your bale with the front end loader. Our Mahindra 1500 series and 2538 tractors can lift round bales on the three point hitch but we do not recommend them as bale handling tractors.

17. Do I have to pay any sales tax?
For Canadian residents there is 5% GST charged on all tractors and implements under 60 PTO hp.  5% PST will be charged on purchases by Saskatchewan residents but exemptions can be made if you have a farm that generates income with a legal land location.

18. Will North American made 3 point implements fit the tractors you sell?
Sure, the tractors we sell up to 50 HP use a category 1 three point hitch system, this is the same standard North American system that has been in use for decades.  Please, never attempt to hook up larger class 2 or 3 implements to any compact tractor by simply down grading the pin sizes.  Class 2 and 3 implements are much larger and thus designed for larger HP tractors.

19. Can I add a backhoe to my tractor later?
Yes, a 3 point hitch mounted backhoe can be purchased at a later date.  A PTO pump must also be added for tractors without rear hydraulics. We do recommend getting the frame mount backhoes designed to fit your specific Mahindra and LS models.
 

20. The backhoe looks real nice for my small operation.  Can I put one on my existing brand "X" tractor?
Yes, it is possible and probably cost effective.  Some of our three point hitch backhoes are virtually self-contained.  The hoe and hydraulic reserve tank and controls are all pre mounted to a base plate, and a PTO pump powers it. Quick connect couplers can supply hydraulic pressure to the backhoe if your tractor has remote hydraulics.  It will be necessary to extend the two backhoe hoses and connect them to your pressure source.  This pressure source will either be a PTO mounted hydraulic pump or your tractor may already have an unused set of hydraulic quick connects at the rear.

21. How do I know how many HP I need and what size implements I can use?

Tractors between 22 - 35 HP are typically large enough to handle all of your acreage yard maintenance needs.  View the chart below to see what HP you need to run each implement.  This is a general guideline used for reference only and may or may not work for your specific application.  The brand of tractor, the amount of use, and the severity of conditions can affect the requirements.

Quick Reference: Front End Loader   Backhoe   Mowers   Tillage   Ground Maintenance   Snow Removal

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 General Acre-HP Chart 

Acres

Horsepower 

 under 1  upto 25hp 
 1-3  upto 25hp 
 3-5  upto 35hp 
 5-10 25-35hp 
 10-20 28-50hp 
 20-30 35-60hp 
 30-50 35-75hp 
 50-75 45-80hp 
 75-100 55-90hp 
over 100 75hp+ 

General Tractor-Implement Compatibility

Attachment

 Size

HP

HP

HP

HP

HP

 

 

 <25 

 25-35

 35-50

 50-75

 75-100

Front End Loader

 

 - 

 x

 x

 x

 x

 x

Standard Bucket

 

48"

x

x

 

 

 

 

54"

x

x

 

 

 

 

60"

 

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

 

x

x

 

 

84"

 

 

 

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

x

x

Pallet Fork

 

-

x

x

x

x

x

Bale Spear

 

-

 

x

x

x

x

Backhoe

 

-

x

x

x

x

x

Standard Bucket

 

8"

x

x

x

 

 

 

12"

x

x

x

x

x

 

16"

x

x

x

x

x

 

24"

x

x

x

x

x

 

30"

 

x

x

x

x

 

36"

 

x

x

x

x

 

48"

 

 

x

x

x

Attachment

Size

HP

HP

HP

HP

HP

 

 

<25 

25-35

35-50

50-75

75-100

Rear-Mounted Finishing Mower

 

48"

x

x

x

 

 

 

60"

x

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

x

x

x

 

 

90"

 

 

x

x

x

 

120"

 

 

 

x

x

 

180"

 

 

 

x

x

 

240"

 

 

 

 

x

Mid-Mounted Finishing Mower

 

54"

x

 

 

 

 

 

60"

x

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

x

x

 

 

Rotary Cutter

 

42"

x

 

 

 

 

 

48"

x

x

x

 

 

 

60"

 

x

x

x

 

 

72"

 

 

x

x

x

 

84"

 

 

 

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

x

x

 

120"

 

 

 

x

x

 

180"

 

 

 

 

x

 

240"

 

 

 

 

x

Flail Mower

 

36"

x

x

 

 

 

 

48"

x

x

x

 

 

 

60"

x

x

x

x

 

 

72"

 

x

x

x

x

 

84"

 

 

x

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

x

x

Attachment

Size

HP

HP

HP

HP

HP

 

-

<25

25-35

35-50

50-75

75-100

Rotary Tiller

 

30"

x

 

 

 

 

 

36"

x

x

 

 

 

 

54"

x

x

x

x

 

 

60"

 

x

x

x

 

 

72"

 

 

x

x

x

 

84"

 

 

 

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

 

x

Disc Harrows

 

48"

x

x

 

 

 

 

60"

 

x

x

 

 

 

78"

 

 

x

x

 

 

96"

 

 

x

x

 

Box Scraper

 

36"

x

x

 

 

 

 

48"

x

x

 

 

 

 

60"

 

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

 

x

x

 

 

84"

 

 

 

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

 

x

Hydraulic Box Scraper

 

60"

 

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

 

x

x

 

 

84"

 

 

 

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

 

x

Landscape Rake

 

48"

x

x

 

 

 

 

60"

x

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

x

x

x

x

 

84"

 

 

x

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

x

x

Powered Rake

 

60"

 

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

 

x

x

 

 

84"

 

 

 

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

 

x

Rear Blade

 

48"

x

x

 

 

 

 

60"

x

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

x

x

x

x

 

84"

 

 

x

x

x

 

96"

 

 

x

x

x

Hydraulic Rear Blade

 

60"

 

x

x

x

 

 

72"

 

 

x

x

x

 

84"

 

 

 

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

x

x

Attachment

Size

HP

HP 

HP 

HP 

HP 

 

 

 <25

25-35

35-50

50-75

75-100

Posthole Digger

 

-

x

x

x

x

x

Front Blade

 

48"

x

 

 

 

 

 

60"

x

x

 

 

 

 

72"

 

x

x

 

 

 

84"

 

 

x

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

x

x

Snowblower

 

48"

x

x

 

 

 

 

60"

 

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

 

x

x

 

 

84"

 

 

 

x

x

 

96"

 

 

 

x

x

3PH Scoop

 

24"

x

x

x

 

 

 

30"

x

x

x

 

 

Sweeper

 

48"

x

x

 

 

 

 

60"

x

x

x

 

 

 

72"

 

x

x

x

 

 

 84"

 

 

 x

 x

x

 

 96"

 

 

 

 x

x

Quick Hitch

 

-

x

x

x

x

x

Log Splitter

 

-

 

x

x

x

x

Sprayer

 

-

x

x

x

x

x

Trencher

 

-

x

x

x

 

 

Attachment

Size

HP

HP

HP

HP

HP

  

 <25

25-35

35-50

50-75

75-100 

22. I'm not familiar with  all of the terms and abbreviations used.

    We've put together an abbreviation and general terms glossary to help you learn the ropes.

  • Ballast & Weights - Ballast and weights are used for additional traction and to counter balance implements.  The main ballast options are liquid tire ballast (calcium chloride/water mix inside tubes), bolt on wheel weights, bolt on front weights, and 3PH weights (add-on weight boxes or bars).

  • Hydraulics - Compact Tractors have hydraulic pumps that provide power to the 3PH, power steering, and implements

  • Implements/Attachments - Ground working equipment that attaches to the tractor (mowers, tillers, FEL's etc.)

  • Differential Lock - Used to lock the 2 rear wheels when one side is spinning, resulting in better traction.  Only to be used temporarily when additional traction is needed

  • Draft Control - Controls the hydraulic pressure to the 3PH.  Holds the 3PH at a set level for depth control

  • Dry Clutch - Stops all tractor movement, transmission and PTO.  A safety feature for the HST's

  • Draw Bar - Basically a tow hitch 

  • 2WD = 2 Wheel Drive - Non 4WD tractors are rear wheel drive

  • 3PH = 3 Point Hitch - Consists of 2 link arms and one top link making the 3 points for attaching implements to the rear of the tractor (mowers, blades, tillers, etc.)

  • 4WD = 4 Wheel Drive - Tractor sends power to all 4 wheels resulting in  much better traction and productivity

  • BH = Backhoe - Consists of 2 arms and a bucket connected with hydraulic cylinders.  It mounts to the rear of the tractor either to the 3PH, onto a subframe, or directly onto the frame of the tractor.  Primarily used for digging holes, ditches, and trenches.

  • CUT = Compact Utility Tractor - Tractors with less than 50hp, 3 point hitches, and PTO's.  Larger than a subcompact and smaller than a utility tractor.

  • CYL = Cylinder - Compact tractors are powered by 3 or 4 cylinder engines

  • DIY = Do-It Yourself

  • DSCV = Dual Selective Control Valve - Usually joystick or lever operated.  Used to distribute and divert hydraulic fluid for controlling implements and attachments

  • EROPS = Enclosed ROPS - Generally a hard or soft weather tight cab

  • FEL = Front End Loader - A bucket attached to a subframe and mounted to the tractor, works off of the tractors hydraulics 

  • FOPS = Falling Object Protective Structure - Protects the operator from falling objects, also a grille gaurd protects the tractor from damage caused by falling material

  • GPM = Gallons Per Minute - The rating for the output on hydraulic pumps.  Generally higher GPM = higher lift capacity and the ability to handle larger equipment 

  • GST = Glide Shift Transmission - A gear transmission that does not require clutching to change gears or direction.  Also known as clutchless shifting or syncreverser

  • HP = Horsepower - The rating of how much power the engine or PTO produces

  • HST = Hydrostatic Transmission - The most efficient and productive transmission, similar to an automatic transmission.  It usually has 2-3 ranges (high/low or high/medium/low) and a forward and reverse pedal.  No clutching needed to change directions

  • IPTO = Independant PTO - The PTO can be turned on or off while moving or while stopped, it runs continuously until turned off or the dry clutch is engaged

  • JD = John Deere

  • MCS = Material Collection System - Used to collect grass clippings etc.

  • MF = Massey Ferguson (brand name) 

  • MFG = Manufacturer

  • MFWD = Mechanical Front Wheel Drive - Also know as front wheel assist, you manually engage the tractor into 4WD

  • MM = Mid-Mount - An implement that attaches under the tractor just in front of the rear wheels.

  • NH = New Holland (brand name)

  • PS = Power Steering - Uses the tractor hydraulics to assist with steering, making it easier to steer

  • PTO = Power Take-Off - The power source for most powered implements, most commonly at the rear of the tractor and run at 540 RPM.  Many tractors also have a mid or front PTO as well, and usually run at a higher RPM.  The 2 main types are a transmission driven PTO (PTO stops when tractors stops or changes gears) and a Live PTO (PTO runs continuously)

  • R1 = Ag Tread Tire - Provides the most traction in soft terrain (has the most bite), a narrow tire with a high lug

  • R2 = Ag Deep Tread Tire - Similar to the R1 but with a deeper tread used in wet or muddy conditions.  Not common

  • R3 = Turf Tire - A soft treaded tire causing the least damage to lawns.  A wider, smoother tire best on hard surfaces

  • R4 = Industrial Tire - Similar to tires on construction equipment and possibly the most poplular.  Similar width to the R3's with a more aggressive tread but less damaging than the R1's.  Best all round tire with good bite, good traction, even ground compaction, and long wear.

  • RM = Rear-Mount - Indicates that the implement mounts at the rear of the tractor

  • ROPS = Roll Over Protection Structure (Rollbar) - Protects the operator from falling objects and in tractor roll overs.  A seat belt should be used to avoid be thrown in the event of a roll over.  Many ROPS are foldable to assist where low overhead is a problem

  • RPM = Revolutions Per Minute - Used when describing PTO speeds and many other applications

  • SCV = Selective Control Valve - Usually joystick or lever controlled.  Used to distribute and divert hydraulic fluid for controlling implements and attachments

  • SMV = Slow Moving Vehicle

  • SS = Shuttle Shift - Used with gear (manual) transmissions.  The shuttle shift is a forward/reverse lever to change directions without having to change gears

  • SSS = Syncronized Shuttle Shift - The syncronizing mechanism ensures smooth effortless shifting

  • SYN = Synthetic 

  • TL = Tractor/Loader - Generally a construction tractor fitted with a permanent FEL

  • TLB = Tractor/Loader/Backhoe - Generally a construction tractor fitted with a permanent FEL and BH

  • ZTR = Zero Turning Radius -  Turning on a dime.  Your tractors (usually a zero-turn mower) turning wheels are in the back allowing the tractor to pivot on the front inside tire for turning 180° 

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23. What's the difference between tractor categories?

         When comparing tractors it is important to look beyond HP. While hp is important all it really does is allow you to run larger implements. A 24hp garden tractor is far inferior to 18hp compact diesel tractor and less powerful. Be sure to consider weight, lift capacity, features, and warranty as well. 


     Garden Tractor- A very small tractor usually 2WD with 20HP or less.  A  riding mower, not a real tractor. Very limited for using attachments, often called a "toy".

     Subcompact - Slightly larger than a garden tractor but scaled down from a compact.  Generally are much lighter with less lift capacity and usually 25HP and under. Also often very limited for using attachments. The Mahindra eMax subcompact tractors are heavier, lift more, are built stronger, and do not have limited 3 point hitches. They can use most or all cat. 1 implements and are a real tractor with real tractor performance.

     Mid Compact - The Mahindra Max 26XL and LS XJ-series are the first tractors to fit in this category. Larger than a sub-compact and smaller than a compact but with near compact performance.

     Compact Utility - Tractors with 50HP or less with a PTO, cat. I three point hitch, optional 4WD, and many available attachments

     Utility Tractor - A larger tractor with 50-100HP, PTO, cat. I, 2, or 3 three point hitch and optional 4WD

     Farm Tractor - The largest class of tractors and over 100HP used mostly for field work
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How to Check Hydraulic Fluid on New Holland Tractor

How To Check Hydraulic Fluid On New Holland Tractor

Farming equipment is becoming increasingly sophisticated, making it essential to familiarize yourself with ways of protecting vital engine parts and keeping the machine running efficiently. Part of this involves investing in the right fluid and lubricants for the equipment.

The hydraulic oil, which is an important part of your equipment, allows you to accomplish a considerable amount of work with less effort. Apart from transferring energy into the hydraulic system, this also lubricates the moving parts of the system.

Lubrication helps to reduce friction and extend the working life of the different parts. In a nutshell, always ensure that there is enough fluid in the system, making sure it is changed regularly to promote efficient performance.

How Can I Tell I Need New Hydraulic Fluid?

Even well-maintained hydraulics oil will wear out over time. As such, you should be ready to change your hydraulic liquid when required.

However, rather than changing the fluid just because you think you should do so, there are a number of instances in which you will need to change it. Below is how you can tell you need new hydraulic oil for your New Holland tractor:

Contamination

Your fluid is bound to get contaminated after some time, a factor that will compromise its performance. Once you notice that there is more bad stuff in the liquid than you can reasonably remove, this is a clear sign that you need a change.

Contamination may happen if water got mixed in, or you mistakenly added the wrong type into your reservoir. Sometimes, contamination will happen naturally as the system does its job. However, this still makes it necessary to change the liquid before it causes damage.

Heat

If your liquid gets too hot, it tends to break down and will not be as effective as it should be. Mostly, you will know when it gets too hot if it becomes darker in color and has a strange smell. There could also be a warning light on the dash to alert you about the same issue.

In addition, a sample analysis will help you to figure out if it gets too hot, giving you the green light to replace it with a new one.

How To Check Hydraulic Fluid On New Holland Tractor Heat

Degradation or Additive Depletion

It is important to remember that this oil will degrade over time, especially as it works within the system. If you perform routine analysis, you will be able to spot degradation and depletion before they become big mechanical problems.

Once you determine that it is degraded or there is additive depletion, you should buy new liquid.

Harsh Working Environment

You will need to check your fluids more often if your equipment is working in extreme environments. Be sure to check the level to ensure there is enough in the reservoir to keep your tractor working as expected and protect it from damage.

One of the signs that your tractor has low hydraulics oil is noises coming from the machine.

Hours of Use

Another factor that will determine when you change your fluids is the number of hours of use of your tractor. Generally, it is recommended that you change your hydraulic liquid and filter after every 1,200 hours of using your tractor. In case you run the equipment for an average of 40 hours every week, this will be after about 30 weeks.

In the end, the best way to know when to make a change is by performing regular oil analysis. Regular oil analysis allows you to make changes only when they are essential, making sure it is neither too late nor too early.

How Do I Check the Hydraulic Fluid?

There is no doubt that one of the most important tasks when it comes to maintaining your New Holland tractor is to check the fluids.

However, there are a few things you will need to be mindful of when doing this.

Make sure that the liquid is already cold and that the bucket cylinders and boom are retracted to avoid damage and get accurate readings. In addition, wearing proper eye protection and earplugs will help to ensure you are safe as you operate the engine-powered machine.

The first step is to park the machine safely and on level ground and turn off the engine. Proper parking not only ensures that the equipment is in a good position but also helps to keep you safe as you check the reservoir. You will also be in a better position to get an accurate reading.

Carefully remove the cap from the reservoir, remove the dipstick, and wipe it clean using a dry piece of cloth. Put it back and draw it out again to read the level of the liquid. The dipstick should have two notches that will help you to determine the level, with the oil being at the maximum mark in an ideal situation.

Essentially, if it is at the right level, you will not need to add oil. In case the fluid is below the recommended level, you should add more for an excellent performance.

If you need to add liquid, you should start by cleaning any debris and dirt that may have accumulated around the dipstick tube. Pull out the dipstick and use a clean funnel to fill the reservoir with new oil and in the needed amounts, making sure you do not overfill the reservoir. Once it is at the right level, install the dipstick and the cap.

In case you plan to use a different or new option from the one that is currently in the equipment, you should drain the old liquid before putting the new one. Be careful not to mix different types of fluid in the reservoir. If it is low, wait until it is at the prescribed level before starting the engine.

Professionals You Can Rely On

Now that you have the knowledge of how to check hydraulic fluid and when you need to change or add more, you will be in a better position to ensure the proper maintenance of your tractor. At Sapphire Hydraulics, we provide comprehensive hydraulics repair, maintenance, and emergency service to keep your tractor running efficiently. Contact us today to learn more about our products and how we can help address your needs.

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LS

25HP small chassis 4WD compacts, suited for smaller, confined spaces.

Specifications

SpecValue
Type3-cylinder, Indirect-injection, Water-cooled
Engine Model (Tier 4)Mitsubishi S3L2
Engine HP (Gross)24.4
PTO HP18.5
Rated Speed (RPM2,500
Displacement (cu in.)80.4
Fuel Tank Capacity (gal) 6.6
Alternator12V – 50 Amps
SpecValue
TransmissionHydrostatic Drive
No. of Speeds2 Ranges
BrakesWet, Multi-Disc
SteeringHydrostatic Power Steering
SpecValue
TypeIndependent
Mid PTOStandard (2500 rpm)
Rear PTOStandard (540 rpm)
SpecValue
Implement pump (gpm)5.9
Steering pump (gpm)2.6
Total flow (gpm)8.5
Category, 3 pt hitchCAT 1
Hitch Lift capacity (lb.)1,433
Lift control typePosition
SpecValue
Overall length with 3pt (in.)103
Wheelbase (in.)59
Min. overall width with IND tires (in.)44.9
Height to top of ROPS (in.)92.3
SpecValue
Industrial Front/Rear23 x 8.5 – 12 / 33 x 12 -16.5
Turf Front/Rear23x 8.5 – 12 / 33 x 12.5 – 16.5
SpecValue
Total weight without ballast (lb.)1,609

More Features Come Standard

  • 4WD (Front Wheel Mechanical Assist): Go from 2WD to a 4WD with a simple move of a lever.
  • Dual Pedal, 2 Range HST: Easier and more comfortable than rocker pedals.
  • Independent PTO: Easiest PTO to operate that can be turned on or off with a switch.
  • Standard Mid PTO: 2000 RPM Mid PTO for optional 60″ mid-mount mower or 50″ front mount snow blower.
  • PTO Selector Switch: Allows you to select the rear-PTO, mid-PTO or both.
  • Standard Hydrostatic Power Steering: Makes turning easier, improves control and reduces fatigue.
  • Your Choice of Tires at No Additional Cost*: Choose Ag, Industrial or Turf tires at no additional cost. * Subject to dealer inventory.
  • Standard Foldable ROPS: Allows storage in low clearance buildings or sheds.
  • 3-Point Hitch: Category 1 with a hitch lift capacity of 1,433 lbs. allows usage of a wide variety of implements.
  • Ergonomically Designed 3-Point Hitch Controls: Easily accessible for maximum comfort and convenience with hydraulic position control.
  • Standard Draw Bar: Increases the usefulness of the tractor without the additional optional cost.
  • Standard Rear Work Light: Adjustable light to improve visibility where you need it.
  • Large Fuel Tank: Provides long operation times between fill-ups.
  • Standard Rubber Mat: Improves comfort.
  • Mitsubishi Tier 4 Engine: Fuel efficient engine delivers reliable performance. Rubber engine mounts reduce operator platform vibration. Standard preheat starting aid improves cold weather starting.
  • Easy Open One-Piece Hood: Provides accessibility for easy maintenance.
  • Modern Ergonomic Design: This small chassis compact is ergonomically designed and stylish.
  • Adjustable Seat with Retractable Seat-Belt: Keeps you in a comfortable and safe position for maximum control.

Optional Attachments

  • LL2102: Quick Attach, Skid Steer Compatible Front End Loader with Grill Guard & 50″ Bucket
  • LM3560: 60″ Quick Attach Mid-Mount Mower Drive Over Deck
  • LB1104: 6′ Quick Attach Backhoe with available 9″, 12″ & 16″ Bucket
  • LS3150: 50″ Front Mount Snow Blower with Optional Hydraulic Chute Rotation

More Options

  • Remote Valve – 1 pair (2 outlets)
  • Detent Kit
Sours: https://riggscat.com/equipment/new/tractors/compact-tractors/2019-ls-tractor-xj2025h/

LS XJ2025H new owner

Bought a slightly used (~40 hrs) 2017 tractor. A little smaller than what I was looking for but was what I could afford and seems like it will be capable for what I need to do. Has the loader, R4 tires, and a 5' bush hog.

Let me start out by stating I'm a tractor novice. Other than the very basics of operation assume I know nothing. I'm sure some very dumb questions will follow :)

My primary use is mowing/maintaining about 6AC. Land is mostly flat, but lots of ruts, rocks, drainage issues. Also maintaining a couple 8' tall dirt berms for shooting backstops.

1. I didn't get an owner's manual with it. Emailed LS asking about a link to download but no answer yet. So I have no idea what fluids/lube/filters to use. Don't even know what it will need. I'm sure every zerk fitting needs greased every so often, but no idea which type of grease to use. Will it need oil or hydraulic fluid other than for scheduled oil changes? I noticed caps at front axle so assume I should be checking oil there too at some interval and adding some oil there as well if needed. Basically, I'm asking for a shopping list if anyone knows specifically what I should have on-hand for general upkeep. Hopefully all things I can get at AutoZone, WalMart, NAPA, etc.

2. 1st service due at 50 hrs. If that's just an oil change and hitting all the grease fittings, is there any reason to drag it to the dealer & pay them to do it vs me doing that? Are there other critical things that are inspected, changed, adjusted, etc at that first service that would be foolish to neglect carrying it to the dealer and paying them for the service?

3. When it's time to do upkeep on the berms that's a LOT of dirt moving. A lot to me anyway - about 3-4 triaxle loads of NC red clay fill dirt in each one. I initially rented a JD310 to build them first time. From there I bought a real old JD500 backhoe, but it was just too old and when the head gasket went that was last straw and I gave up on keeping it. But anyway, those big machines and high dump clearance made short work of it. Hoe on back meant huge heaping scoop of dirt was no issue. Compared to those, I'm sure it will be much slower going and will have to work around the low bucket height. But with a machine this light I'm guessing I will want a lot of rear weight. What are some good ways of going about that? I'm kind of thinking a carryall for the 3pt hitch that I can load with blocks or whatever would be good since that's not semi-permanent like wheel weights or filling rear tires. But really no idea. Is there any drawback to filled tires or wheel weights when I'm not moving dirt? If I'm just out bush hogging for example would I benefit from the weight then too? Or just burn more fuel or be too heavy in the back since the bush hog is hanging way out there?

4. Since I will need to get dirt piled, shaped, and somewhat compacted up to 8' I will need to ramp up so I can reach the top. What kind of angle can I reasonably climb? As long as the curled bucket lifted no higher than about the headlights can clear it is it safe to assume the tractor can climb it?

5. Since I no longer have a backhoe I'm thinking an auger-type post hole digger would work when I need small holes. I've pretty much dug out all great big rocks or stumps when I had a backhoe, but lots of times it was nice to just dig a small hole when needed. But my land is very rocky and I have never used one of those - handheld or 3pt type. How do they deal with rocks under the soil? Wondering if I would just tear it up, find out it doesn't work well when faced with softball-football sized rocks, or would do a great job putting holes wherever I wanted.

6. I have a lot of erosion issues. Land is all clay and doesn't absorb water well. As water finds a place to go, it cuts ruts. I'm continuously battling this and have found crushed concrete works well to fill an area and then stay put vs washing out again. So I do a lot of filling and smoothing in spots as general upkeep. Have just drug the backhoe front bucket in reverse and some down pressure on it and that seems to work. Can I do the same with this smaller machine and lighter gauge steel bucket or is that a quick way to break something? If a rear scrape or box blade would be much better for that sort of thing which one and what size?

That's all I can think of for now. If there is anything specific to my LS XJ2025H I need to watch out for or be aware of, please let me know that too. Watched one youtube video where the owner had complaints of the oil dipstick coming loose, coolant overflow leaking, and a hydraulic line rubbing rear tire but otherwise haven't come across a whole lot about these tractors.
Sours: https://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/threads/ls-xj2025h-new-owner.388590/

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