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Front power lift with load-relief control
With this easy-use front hitch with load relief control, you can transfer some of the implement weight to the front axle. Fine-tune the degree of load relief with a special double-acting front power lift valve. This ensures both the safe steering of the tractor and that the front-mounted implement only applies the pressure it needs for the work it is doing.
The Fendt Vario transmission is a hydrostatic-mechanical power split drive. With increasing speed, the share of the mechanical power transmitted through the planetary set increases. The hydrostats can be swung 45 degrees and have a high operating pressure of max. 550 bar – this ensures exceptional efficiency.
The 6-litre 6-cylinder engine delivers 144 to 237 hp. The high-end model, the Fendt 724 Vario, reaches its maximum torque of 1,058 Nm at just 1,450 rpm. This saves fuel and cuts down the low noise levels.
Automatic steering axle lock
The optional automatic steering axle lock automatically unlocks the steering axle at a predefined speed on trailers with self-steering axles. On straight stretches, the rigid self-steering axle ensures stable handling. Operators do not need to lock the self-steering axle manually outside of the preselected speed range and when reversing.
An ISOBUS socket is available in both the rear and front, to control ISOBUS-enabled attachments. All the controls you need are in the armrest.
3. Front loader valve for more options
With the third valve for Fendt Cargo front loaders, you can run up to 3 functions at the same time. This helps when using a round baler fork lift, for example. Lower the front loader, extend the bale forks and open them at the same time.