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The tractor is a powerful and vital machine for farming. There are many types of tractors available in India. Moreover, many farming implements like a harrow, tiller, cultivator, plough, seed cum fertiliser drill, trailer, thresher, etc., are run by a tractor. These implements are vital for farming applications, and a tractor is crucial to run them. In this way, the tractor becomes mandatory for farming operations. 

 

Our ancestors used horses or oxen driven implements for farming needs. For example, a horses-driven plough for ploughing operations. But with the transformation of technology, many machines were innovated, including tractor and tractor driven implements. And farmers were shocked by seeing the performance change when these machines were used for agriculture. In this regard, we are here with two popular tractors in modern times. 

Mahindra 555

 

Mahindra 555 is 4 cylinders 50 HP tractor to provide high working efficiency in the field. It has a fully contract mesh and optionally a partial synchromesh gearbox with 8 forward and 2 reverse gears, providing sufficient speeds. Also, it is fitted with Oil Brakes to slow down the tractor, providing high security. And the steering of this tractor is power steering, but if farmers need it, they can also choose the option of mechanical steering. Moreover, the wheelbase of this tractor is 2125 MM, which provides stability to the tractor. And the price ranges between Rs. 6.70 to 7.10 Lakh.

Massey 1035

 

Massey 1035 is fitted with 3 cylinders 36 HP engine. The model comes with two types of gearboxes, 8-speed and 10-speed. The 8-speed gearbox consists of 6 forward and 2 reverse gears, while the 10-speed gearbox consists of 8 forward and 2 reverse gears. The 2400 CC powerful engine of this tractor generates 23.8 kmph forward speed. For more excellent safety, the tractor has Dry disc brakes (Dura Brakes).

 

Moreover, the 47 Ltrs of fuel tank provide more working hours to the tractor in the field. And the lifting capacity of this tractor is 1100 kg, which is perfect for pulling and lifting heavy implements. Finally, the price of this tractor is Rs. 5.25 to 5.60 Lakh in India.

 

For more details, visit Tractor Junction. 

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