High clearance front and rear axles
When ground clearance is the key to your operation, Kubota’s high clearance tractor’s front and rear axles stand above the competition. Kubota’s bevel gear front axle provides more ground clearance than the competitors’ straight, u-joint front axles by lowering the final drive hub, allowing the axle housing to rise over the crop. Both the front final drive and rear drop box axle ride within the wheels, not limiting critical ground clearance. When wide tread settings are required, wide axle spacer kits are used, allowing the front final drive and rear drop box to remain within the front and rear wheels to not limit ground clearance (unlike the competition).
24 Speed Swing Shift Transmission
The M6H High Clearance has 4 gears on main shift, High/Low/Creep (standard) on range gear shift and a Swing Shift. Swing Shift adds 4 more speeds to the main shift by actuating the electric-over-hydraulic High/Low synchronized range shift giving you access to a total of 8 speeds. Therefore, M6H-101 has access to a total of 24 speeds.
Technology driven engine
The M6H-101 High Clearance is equipped with a Kubota turbocharged V3800 Tier IV Final engine which has a Common Rail System (CRS), intercooler and Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR). Employment of a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system for minimized emissions. Additionally, it also has a RPM Memory to recall prefered engine RPM settings with the touch of a button and Constant RPM Management to keep the engine speed constant for stable operation.
High hydraulic performance
The M6H-101 comes with 2 standard rear remote valves and can add an additional valve. Standard valves are one self-cancelling detent valve and one floating detent valve. With 17.6 GPM flow and an optional third remote valve, this tractor is ready to accept implements requiring multiple valves.