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    Default Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    Wondering what the most powerful mainstream manufacturer tractor is with 48" width. I know the TYM 273 was 27hp with 48' stance, others with more HP?
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    Default Re: Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    A Deere 2720 is 47.1 inches at minimum spacing and is about 31 hp.

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    Default Re: Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    How much HP do you need? If you look at Vineyard tractors, most of ther big names have a 48" version with 60-100 HP

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    Default Re: Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    How much HP do you need? If you look at Vineyard tractors, most of ther big names have a 48" version with 60-100 HP

    NH: TN75VA or TN95VA
    Deere: 76F
    kubota: M6040, M7040 and M8540 Narrow
    Can one really have enough?

    I was not thinking about including special use machines...looking more at the standard CUT market.
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    Default Re: Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    The John Deere 5101EN is the same as the 5101E, but it's their vineyard (narrow) version. It appears it might fit the bill, if I'm reading the specifications right and it's 101 engine hp, 86 PTO hp.

    Product Specification for 5101EN Utility Tractor (101 hp)

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    Default Re: Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    kubota has a narrow version B2320. But that's only 23hp.

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    Default Re: Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    The JD 2720's I have measured are actually closer to 54" as are the larger B series kubota's like the B3200. The B2920 is probably closer, and has 29 Hp, but even they may be 49" or so. I use 48" attachments with my B2620, and they work fine, but I can't say for sure that the traactor is actually under 48".
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    Default Re: Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckinNH View Post
    The JD 2720's I have measured are actually closer to 54" as are the larger B series kubota's like the B3200. The B2920 is probably closer, and has 29 Hp, but even they may be 49" or so. I use 48" attachments with my B2620, and they work fine, but I can't say for sure that the traactor is actually under 48".

    Most people set the wheels wider but a minimum width setting yields 48" with the Deere 2720.

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    Default Re: Most powerful tractor w/ 48" width

    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckinNH View Post
    The JD 2720's I have measured are actually closer to 54" as are the larger B series kubota's like the B3200. The B2920 is probably closer, and has 29 Hp, but even they may be 49" or so. I use 48" attachments with my B2620, and they work fine, but I can't say for sure that the traactor is actually under 48".

    The narrow setting for the 2720 is 48 inches, most people would have them set wider for stability.

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