CaseIH MXU135

CaseIH MXU135 tractor photo
2004 - 2006
MXU Maxxum Series
Utility tractor
Series map:
Utility tractor
Built in Basildon, England
Original price was $64,400 in 2004
TS135Asimilar New Holland model
CaseIH MXU135 Engine
CNH 6.7L 6-cyl diesel
Fuel tank67 gal
253.6 L
Engine details ...
CaseIH MXU135 Transmissions
24-speed partial power shift
16-speed partial powershift
Transmission details ...
CaseIH MXU135 Power
Engine (gross)135 hp
100.7 kW
PTO (claimed)115 hp
85.8 kW
Drawbar (tested)94.4 hp
70.4 kW
PTO (tested)127.4 hp
95.0 kW
Performance test details ...
Two- or four-wheel drive
Final drivesplanetary inboard
Differential lockelectro-hydraulic rear standard
 front optional
Power steering
Differential hydraulic wet disc brakes
Cab standard.
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Typepressure-flow compensated (PFC)
Pressure3118 psi
215.0 bar
Rear valves2 to 4
Pump flow26.5 gpm
100.3 lpm
Total flow37 gpm
140.0 lpm
Steering flow10.5 gpm
39.7 lpm
Tractor hitch
Rear TypeII/IIIN
Controlelectronic draft control
Rear lift12,185 lbs
5527 kg
Power Take-off (PTO)
Rear PTOindependent
Clutchelectro-hydraulic wet plates
Rear RPM540/1000
Engine RPM540@1969
Dimensions & Tires
2WD Wheelbase104.4 inches
265 cm
4WD Wheelbase104.7 inches
265 cm
Weight10979 to 12020 pounds
Front tire10.00x16
2WD Rear tire18.4R38
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Charging systemalternator
Charging amps120
Battery CCA1300
Battery volts12
MXU135 references literature
MXU Series Maxxum Tractors published in 2005, by CaseIH
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