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Challenger MT295B

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2005 - 2008   MT200B Series
Compact Utility tractor
Previous model:Challenger MT295
Series next:Challenger MT297B
Series back:Challenger MT285B



Factory:Matsuyama, Japan
Original price (USD)
   $25,000 (2005 )

Challenger MT295B Engine:

   Iseki 3.0L 4-cyl diesel
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Fuel:13.2 gal [50.0 L]
Hydraulic system:10 gal [37.9 L]

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:I
Control:position and response control
 optional top-link draft control
Rear lift (at ends):3483 lbs [1579 kg]
Rear lift (at 24"/610mm):3086 lbs [1399 kg]
Rear Arms:telescopic link ends

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:independent
Clutch:electro-hydraulic wet disc
Rear RPM:540

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:76 inches [193 cm]
Weight:3726 lbs [1690 kg]
Front tire:9.5-16
Rear tire:16.9-24
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Challenger MT295B attachments:

 front-end loader
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MT295B Serial Numbers:

- Serial numbers unknown -

Challenger MT295B Power:

Engine (gross):52.1 hp [38.9 kW]
Engine (net):50 hp [37.3 kW]
PTO (claimed):41 hp [30.6 kW]


Chassis:4x4 MFWD 4WD
Final drives:spur gear
Differential lock:mechanical rear
Brakes:wet disc
Cab:Two-post foldable ROPS. Cab optional with air-conditioning.


Type:open center
Capacity:10 gal [37.9 L]
Pressure:2276 psi [156.9 bar]
Rear valves:2*Optional
Mid valves:2*Optional
Pump flow:11.4 gpm [43.1 lpm]
Total flow:16.2 gpm [61.3 lpm] (sync shuttle)
 17.3 gpm [65.5 lpm] (power shuttle/AutoPower)
Steering flow:4.8 gpm [18.2 lpm] (sync shuttle)
 5.9 gpm [22.3 lpm] (power shuttle/AutoPower)
Steering press.:2276 psi [156.9 bar]


Charging system:alternator
Charging amps:40


Cold-cranking amps:710

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