Equipment

KIOTI Introduces New DK75 Tractor

October 15, 2008

WENDELL, NC – KIOTI has expanded their compact tractor line with the addition of the DK75. The DK75 was designed for use by farmers, landscapers, light construction contractors, utility workers, and estate owners.

At the heart of KIOTI’s new tractor is a 75 horsepower, 268.5 cubic inch turbo-charged diesel engine, mounted to a fully synchronized transmission with 12 gears, making it one of KIOTI’s most powerful tractors. The engine provides ample power for PTO and tillage work, as well as front-end loader applications. A Category II, three-point hitch with stabilizers and telescoping ends makes implement attachment quick and easy.

In addition to the powerful engine, the DK75 has a fully enclosed cab, ensuring its ability to handle work on a year-round basis, regardless of the weather. Air conditioning and/or heat and an optional radio/cd player keep the operator comfortable while digging, raking, tilling, or mowing. The cab was designed with excellent visibility in mind and boasts a deluxe suspension seat, power steering, and tilt wheel to minimize operator fatigue and maximize safety.

Standard features on the DK75 include pushbutton four-wheel drive, single lever joystick for easy loader control and operation, forward facing hydraulic couplers, rear differential lock, rear PTO, wet disc brakes, an efficient, single element air cleaner, and a single remote hydraulic valve.

KIOTI manufacturers a full line of compact tractors in the 22–90 horsepower range from their Wendell, N.C., headquarters. For more information, visit www.KIOTI.com.

 

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