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New Holland T7.270

New Holland T7.270 tractor photo
2011 - 2013   T7 Series
Row-Crop tractor
Previous model:New Holland T7070
Series back:New Holland T7.260



Manufacturer:New Holland
Factory:Basildon, England

New Holland T7.270 Engine:

   FPT 6.7L 6-cyl
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Fuel:104 gal [393.6 L]
Exhaust fluid (DEF):13 gal [49.2 L]

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:III/II
Control:electronic draft control
Rear lift (at ends):12787 lbs [5800 kg]
Rear lift (at 24"/610mm):10746 lbs [4874 kg]
Rear Arms:flex link ends
Front Hitch:optional
Front lift (at ends):8344 lbs [3784 kg]

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:independent
Rear RPM:540/1000
Front PTO:independent (optional)
Front RPM:1000

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:113.5 inches [288 cm]
 117.2 inches [297 cm] (SuperSteer)
Weight:15322 to 16094 pounds
Rear tire:20.8R42
full dimensions and tires ...

New Holland T7.270 attachments:

 front-end loader
all T7.270 attachments ...

T7.270 Serial Numbers:

- Serial numbers unknown -

New Holland T7.270 Power:

Engine (gross):228 hp [170.0 kW]
Engine (max):269 hp [200.6 kW]
PTO (claimed):195 hp [145.4 kW]
Drawbar (tested):165.2 hp [123.2 kW]
PTO (tested):218.5 hp [162.9 kW]
power test details ...


Chassis:4x4 MFWD 4WD
Steering:hydrostatic power
Brakes:hydraulic wet disc
 engine exhaust brake (optional)
Trailer brakes:hydraulic (optional)
 pneumatic (optional)
Cab:Horizon cab standard with air-conditioning. Intellisteer optional


Type:closed center load sensing
Rear valves:3 to 5
Mid valves:3 (optional)
Pump flow:32 gpm [121.1 lpm]
 39.5 gpm [149.5 lpm] (optional)
Steering flow:17 gpm [64.3 lpm]


Charging system:alternator
Charging amps:150
 200 (optional)


Cold-cranking amps:1300

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