CLEAN PERFORMANCE, RESPONSIVE PRODUCTIVITY.
Large-frame LM telehandlers are powered by Tier 4A NEF 4.5 liter, four-cylinder engines. Proven in the New Holland T6 tractor models, these exceptionally clean-running engines have a long 600-hour service interval and a proven dependability record. Rated power outputs are 110 hp for the LM6.32 and LM9.35, and 129 hp for the LM7.42 Elite. These figures climb to 121 hp and 143 hp as engine speed drops to 1,800 rpm (1,900 rpm for LM7.42 Elite). Maximum output for the predecessor LM5000 models was 120 hp. To minimize power loss, the engine flywheel connects directly to the transmission via a heavy-duty 11-inch (280mm) torque converter, a transfer box directing power to the front and rear axles. All three models achieve a maximum 22.9-mph transport speed (with 460/70R24 tires) and transport mode is automatically engaged in third gear or at speeds exceeding 7.5 mph. This locks the rear steering wheels in the straight-ahead position, allowing steering from the front axle only.