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New Challenger MT700D Series Track Tractors at Farm Progress Show

The Challenger MT700D Series will be on display at the 2012 Farm Progress Show, Aug. 28–30 in Boone, Iowa.


Challenger, introduces the Challenger MT700D Series. Available in two models, the tractors are powered by AGCO POWER 8.4L diesel engines, which are built to exacting standards for smoother operation and longer life. Challenger is the original track tractor, and with the MT700D Series, the tractor created for the most demanding ag environments just got tougher.
AGCO POWER engines are not just an ordinary power plant for a tractor. The manufacturing process for these diesel engines relies on an industry-exclusive assembly process which allows us to work to exacting standards, says Carlton Self, product marketing specialist for high-horsepower tractors. The engine features a single-piece cast iron block with wet cylinder liners. This enables the engine to handle high-horsepower loads without overheating, and extends its service life. Four valves per cylinder, improved fuel regulation and combustion from a new pump and injectors, along with increased common rail pressure and SISU electronic controls, help maximize engine efficiency.
The power plant achieves Tier 4i emissions standards with industry-leading AGCO e3 clean-air technology. This approach maximizes power output while minimizing exhaust treatment costs by varying the diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) rate based on real-time emission measurements.The process includes precision balancing of the cam shaft, connecting rods and bearings to the nearest gram, which reduces vibration, optimizes engine performance and extends service life.
With the new, more powerful engine and Challenger’s industry-exclusive Mobil-trac system, the MT700D Series tractors put even more power to the ground. A new, more comfortable cab and refined controls make operating a Challenger easier than ever.
All Challenger track tractors, including the new MT700D Series, are built by the experienced manufacturing team in Jackson, Minn. In addition, these tractors are supported by a dealer network that provides unparalleled support and parts availability to ensure maximum uptime.
The Challenger MT700D Series track tractors will be on display at the Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa. For more information about these new track tractors, see your local Challenger dealer or visit www.Challenger-ag.com.

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