BACKHOE LOADERS

AXLES AND TRANSMISSION

Powershift or Powershuttle, you decide

New Holland offers its backhoe loaders with switchable two or four wheel drive, a Powershuttle forward / reverse mechanical transmission or automatic Powershift transmission. The all-wheel steer B115 C has equal size front and rear wheels with selectable front, all-wheel and crab steer modes.


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The right front axle for the job

• The heavy duty front axle on B100 C and B110 C models has an open differential
• A tight turn radius can be maintained in all conditions


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The right rear axle for the job

• The rear axle on all two-wheel steer models is fitted with a fully locking rear differential, engaged via a button on the loader joystick


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Mechanical four-speed Powershuttle

• Floor mounted gear lever with steering column mounted electro –hydraulic forward / reverse shuttle
• Four gears with transmission de-clutch button incorporated in the gear lever
• Affordable, dependable and easy to use
• Ideal choice where the backhoe will see more use than front loader


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Automatic four-speed Powershift

• Steering column mounted lever for shuttle and speed selection
• Fully modulated gear shifting with speed matched forward and reverse
• Ease of use matched to low maintenance demand
• Ideal transmission choice for extensive front loader duties
• Loader joystick fitted with transmission de-clutch button to divert full power to hydraulics as required
• Selectable two or four-wheel drive


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Four-wheel steer B115 C

New Holland B115 C models can be operated in one of three steering modes:
• Conventional front-wheel steering is ideal for normal loading and transport applications
• All-wheel steer delivers excellent manoeuvrability with no impact upon stability
• Crab steer is ideal for working up close to a trench or obstacle and can be useful when working over sensitive terrain to reduce trafficking
• The all-wheel steer B115 C delivers excellent traction with limited slip differentials in both the front and rear axles. Power is automatically diverted to all wheels in adverse conditions with no need for any operator input
• Self-adjusting, the oil immersed disc brakes are designed to offer dependable performance. Mounted within the reduction hubs, the brakes can be easily serviced with no need to strip the axle


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