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[Version] 2WD/4WD
ENGINE
Engine type MITSUBISHI EURO III
Cylinders/Capacity 4/1500 no./cc 4/1500 no./cc 4/1758 no./cc
Injection Natural Turbo Turbo
Power at rated speed 28,5/39 kW/HP 31,5/43 kW/HP 37/51 kW/HP
Rated speed 3000 rpm
Air conditioning liquid
Air filter dry whit safety cartridge
Silenced exhaust with lateral exhaust
Engine speed at maximum power 1900 rpm 2100 rpm 2000 rpm
Maximum torque 85 Nm 105 Nm 122 Nm
Fuel tank capacity 28 L. (std)/15 L. (auxiliary opt)
TRANSMISSION
Transmission mechanically operated
Shuttle mechanical, synchronised
N° of speeds Mechanical gearbox, 4 synchronised gears, 3 gear ranges (min. speed: 0.89 km/h)/Mechanical gearbox, 4 synchronised gears, 4 gear ranges with creeper (min. speed: 0,24 km/h)
Forward speeds 12+12
Reverse speeds 12/16
Maximum speed 30 km/h
Electrohydraulic 4WD and DIFF LOCK electro-hydraulically operated
BRAKES AND STEERING
Type mechanically operated rear discs in oil bath
Hydrostatic power steering with independent pump standard
Steering angle 57°
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Rear lift mechanical
Rear lift capacity 1200 kg
Pump delivery 30 L/min
Hydraulic distributors 4/6 ways
Front lift original integrated
Front lift capacity 600 kg
PTO
PTO clutch multiple discs in oil bath (front) / mechanically operated (ventral/rear)
Speed 1000 rpm (front) / 2000 rpm (ventrale) / 540-540ECO rpm synchronized P.T.O. (rear)
PTO engage push-button control (front)
CAB
Telaio di sicurezza folding
On board instrumentation analog
Suspension complete with safety belt
TYRES
Front tyres 200/70R16 280/70R16 280/70R16
Rear tyres 320/70R20 360/70R24 360/70R24
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Wheelbase 1745 mm
Weight 1410-1620 kg 1487-1660 kg 1547-1720 kg
Carreggiata min-max 1080-1196 mm (front)/1042-1132 mm (rear) 1070-1346 mm (front)/1032-1316 mm (rear) 1070-1346 mm (front)/1032-1316 mm (rear)
Width min.-max. 1220-1360 mm 1360-1675 mm 1360-1675 mm
Length 2950 mm 2980 mm 2980 mm
Cab height 2135 mm 2195 mm 2195 mm
Ground clearance 345 mm 390 mm 390 mm

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