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Need Help in buying a Payloader of a Tractor

Discussion in 'Arctic Sectional Sno-Pusher' started by spacolee, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. spacolee

    spacolee Member
    from canada
    Messages: 58

    I really need help I am going to buy a 16' Sectional plow but don't know if a New Holland 6070 can handle it. Has anyone or know of anyone that are using 16' snow box pushes on this? Here are the specs.

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    TV6070 Bidirectional™ Tractor105 PTO HP


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    TV6070
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS(*)Developed by CNH Engine CorporationStandardOptional at extra cost
    TV6070

    3-Point Hitches
    Type
    Category II, flex link ends and sway links
    Controls
    Electronic position control, auto and manual modes
    Standard cab end Lift capacity @ 24" behind links, lbs. (kg)
    6,500 (2950)
    Optional cab end Lift capacity @ 24" behind links, lbs. (kg)
    8,700 (3950)
    Optional engine end Lift capacity @ 24" behind links, lbs. (kg)
    4,000 (1800)
    Axles and Brakes
    Axle type
    HD flange with inboard planetary reduction
    Differential lock, cab end

    Differential lock, engine end

    Oscillation, degrees
    10
    Brake type
    Wet disc in cab-end axle, hydraulic actuation
    Total brake area, in² (cm²)
    507 (3271)
    Parking brake
    Cable actuation of service brakes
    Cab
    Type
    2-Door ROPS/FOPS
    Tinted safety glass, area, ft² (m²)
    61 (5.67)
    Climate control
    Pressurizer, heater/defroster, air conditioning
    Fan
    3-speed
    Seat
    Air suspension, 7 comfort adjustments
    Turnabout™ console
    210 degree rotation to face either driving direction
    Drawbars
    Type
    3-position adjustable, swinging
    Cab end

    Engine end

    Electrical
    Type
    12v negative ground
    Batteries
    Two group 31 low maintenance
    Cold start rating, each, CCA
    950
    Alternator, amps
    120
    Engine
    Make/model
    FPT
    Type
    6-cylinder parent bore diesel
    Fuel Injection
    Bosch mechanical pump, direct injection
    Bare engine power, HP (kw)
    155 (116)
    Rated speed, RPM
    2,200
    Idle speed, RPM
    850-950
    Displacement, cu. in. (L)
    6 / 411 (6 / 6.7)
    Aspiration
    Turbocharged/air-air intercooled
    Air cleaner
    Dual element dry with aspirated spin tube precleaner
    Cold start aids
    Grid heater/coolant block heater
    Bio diesel compatibility
    Up to 100%
    Hydraulic Systems
    Standard system-type

    Type
    CCLS with piston pump
    Total flow @ 2200 engine RPM, GPM (LPM)
    29.5 (111)
    Pressure compensator, PSI (Bar)
    3,000 (207)
    Remote valves-standard cab end
    3
    In-cab flow controls
    3
    Valve actuation
    Hand levers, foot pedals
    Remote valves-optional engine end
    2
    Valve actuation
    Hand levers
    Couplers
    1/2" ISO, 2 for each valve
    Optional auxiliary hydraulics

    Type
    CCLS with piston pump; electronic flow control
    Maximum flow @ 2200 engine RPM, GPM (LPM)
    35 (133)
    Pressure compensator, PSI (Bar)
    4350 (300)
    Couplers
    3/4" ISO, with 1/2" case drain
    PTO Systems
    Type
    Mechanical 540/1000 RPM
    Shafts
    Interchangeable 1 3/8" diameter
    Engagement
    Electro-hydraulic
    Locations- cab end

    Locations- engine end

    Rated PTO
    Rated PTO power, HP (kw)
    105 (78)
    Refill Capacities
    Fuel tanks, gal. (L)
    55 (208)
    Engine oil, gal. (L)
    5 (19)
    Engine coolant, gal. (L)
    7.25 (27)
    Hydraulic system/rear axle, gal. (L)
    13.5 (51)
    Front axle, gal. (L)
    6.5 (25)
    Steering
    Type
    Hydrostatic power
    Articulation angle
    45 degrees maximum
    Curb clearance circle ft. in. (m)
    32' 10" (10.0)
    Transmission
    Type
    Multi-range closed-loop hydrostatic
    Pump
    Variable displacement, mechanical operator control
    Motor
    Electronically controlled 8-range variable displacement
    Ground speeds in ranges, MPH (KPH)

    1
    0 to 6.7 (10.8)
    2
    0 to 7.7 (12.4)
    3
    0 to 8.3 (13.4)
    4
    0 to 9.1 (14.6)
    5
    0 to 10.3 (16.6)
    6
    0 to 11.6 (18.7)
    7
    0 to 16.2 (26.0)
    8
    0 to 19.5 (31.4)
    Braking
    Dynamic braking by moving lever to neutral position

    See product brochure for full specifications and options.




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  2. ColumbiaLand

    ColumbiaLand Senior Member
    Messages: 790

    I will check into what will work for you. PM me for details.
     
  3. pusherpro

    pusherpro Sponsor
    Messages: 85

    Bi Directional

    My opinion only I wouldn't go larger than a HD-14. I think it would be a perfect fit. Though it will push the 16 but I would scale it down a little.
     
  4. JD Dave

    JD Dave PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 11,045

    Don't even think about a 16ft it won't push it plus the loader will look like a pretzel if you even try it. A 14HD will also push the limits of the loader if you have an aggressive operator.
     
  5. Neige

    Neige Sponsor
    Messages: 2,197

    Congratulations that's one sweet tractor. Do not go over 14 feet, those loader arms are not built like a commercial tractor ex backhoe. I agree with JD even a 14 foot is pushing it, with the best of operator.
     
  6. salt guy

    salt guy Junior Member
    from USA
    Messages: 23

    I would go with a 13' ld or a 14ld. I have these used if interested. The bottom line is your arms on this tractor are just not built like yellow iron arms.
     
  7. blowerman

    blowerman PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,261

    Agree with the other guys, 16' is too big. When not using a blower, I have a 12' pusher for my loader (TV145) and that's about it other wise you'll bend the arms apart. BTW, considering you pulled the specs from a new holland site, do you even own the TV6070? Considering they are not the cheapest tractor, why don't you buy something better suited to a 16' blade if that's what you are determined to use?