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New Holland Boomer™ 1000 Sub-Compact Tractors Feature More Horsepower

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New Holland's new Boomer 1000 sub-compact tractors cruise through chores with the power to handle a variety of front or rear-mounted implements. Powerful three-cylinder diesel engines provide proven strength and reliable service. At 26-hp, the Boomer 1025 has the most engine horsepower of any sub-compact tractor on the market. 

New on these models is a foldable ROPS (Roll Over Protective Structure), which makes it easier to manoeuver in areas with height restrictions. Also new is an R4 industrial, multi-purpose tyre package. These industrial tyres provide the traction of ag tyres and the flotation of turf tyres, for longer wear than ag tyres on hard surfaces and less turf damage. 

The operator's platform has also been re-designed to make it more roomy and comfortable, and to improve the ergonomics and ease of operation. Upgrades include lowering the brake pedal so it requires less effort to apply, changing the parking brake from a foot lever to a hand-engaged lever, raising the steering wheel to achieve a more comfortable position, and providing a new, high-density textured plastic floor. 

Plenty of Power for Attachments

The dependable three-cylinder diesel engine provides plenty of power for all kinds of jobs with two PTOs to power front- and rear-mounted implements. The standard mid PTO (2,200 rpm) can power a 60-inch mid-mount mower, whilst the rear PTO (540 rpm) and 320kg three-point hitch permit operation of rotary tillers, mowers and other Category I implements.

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