FRONT LOADERS

PURPOSE DESIGNED FOR PRODUCTIVITY

New Holland knows that full integration is far better than something that has been tacked on as an afterthought. That is why the TD5 was designed with front loaders in mind. The TD5 is fully compatible with the New Holland 700TL ranges of front loaders. Three models are available to meet your individual requirements. With lift capacities from 2000kg to 2539kg and lift heights from 3.4m to 3.7m, you’ll be able to find the perfect loader for every situation.


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FOPS: FOR LOADER PEACE OF MIND

Both cabbed and ROPS versions, when fitted with the optional canopy, offer FOPS (falling object protection system) technology to guard against injury from falling objects.


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LOOK UP AND WHAT DO YOU SEE?

Your loader of course! The high visibility roof panel has been engineered by design to offer you the perfect view of your loader at full extension. Comfort is further enhanced, as you’ll have a perfect view of the bucket from ground level to full lift height, from the comfort of your seat. Dazzling sun? Simply pull across the integrated sun visor to shade yourself from the harshest.


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LOW MOUNTING POINTS

The loader’s low mounting brackets guarantee exceptional forward and downward visibility, both when the loader is mounted, or when it has been removed. Moreover, the low mounting points have lowered the tractor’s overall centre of gravity, which improves stability when transporting full loads in the fully extended position.


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QUICK ATTACH ADVANTAGE

Attachments can be quickly and easily connected courtesy of quick coupling technology. Just one coupling safely secures the attachments for reduced time in the yard and more time on the job. Do you always need your loader? Reduce your operating costs by removing it when it’s not required, after all, it’s got its own built-in stands for safe storage and a single quick-attach connector further speeds up the process.


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