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2018 New Holland Agriculture Stackcruiser 102

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New/Used
New
Availability
In Stock
Location
Ridgeview New Holland - Massey Ferguson
Primary Color
Yellow
Stock #
27912
Title
Clean
Condition
Excellent
Year
2018
Manufacturer
New Holland Agriculture
Model
Stackcruiser 102

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NEW 2018 New Holland Stackcruiser 102

New Holland SP bale wagons are the only ones that allow you to handle small square hay bales and large square bales. The Stackcruiser 102 creates stacks three bales wide, handling 14” x 18” or 16” x 18” bales, and offers a bale capacity of 161.

At 190 horsepower, today’s Stackcruiser® self propelled bale retrievers deliver more power and efficiency than ever before—just what you need to handle long days of loading, hauling and stacking.

Not only can they work longer in the field before needing fuel, Stackcruiser self-loading balewagons feature engines that share the New Holland family ECOBlue™ clean air technology and meet Tier 4 Final low emissions standards to save fuel and go easy on the environment.

In the field or on the road, the Stackcruiser five-speed automatic transmission with lock-up torque converter provides excellent speed matching ability. First gear provides a slower ground speed for increased productivity in high-density crops, while the overdrive in fifth gear allows for fast 50-mph road transport.

Two hydraulic systems with three pumps provide plenty of flow where it’s needed when loading bales in the field. The result—faster cycle times, particularly when working with large square bales and the Mil-Stak clamp.
-A 7.0-gpm (gallons per minute) gear pump provides flow for the power steering, brake booster and the park brake.
-An 18.0-gpm gear pump supplies the hydraulic motors that operate the bale loader and cross conveyor.
-A 31.5-gpm piston pump provides flow for the closed-center, load-sensing hydraulic system that provides flow to the cylinders that require higher flow.

A two-speed rear axle with automatic locking rear differential keeps you moving in slippery or uneven conditions — a clear advantage when working with heavy large bales. A rocker switch gives you control of the two-speed rear axle.