Built in its Lebanon, Ohio, facility this new tractor is strong on cutting power with 60 GPM to the Bull Hog forestry mulcher.
Thu May 15, 2014 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The FTX128L mulching tractor is the newest member of the Fecon FTX tracked carrier line. Built in its Lebanon, Ohio, facility this new tractor is strong on cutting power with 60 GPM to the Bull Hog forestry mulcher. The compact FTX128L features 20 in. (51 cm) tracks that work effortlessly while cutting up hill. The low ground pressure at 3.8 psi is ideal for soft conditions, resulting in minimal ground disturbance. Serviceability is made easy with full access side doors and engine compartment roof.
The Cummins QSB4.5 diesel engine running at 128 hp coupled with Fecon’s latest hydraulic technology allows the FTX128L to outperform machines with higher horsepower. Fuel consumption remains under 4.5 gal. per hour. High performance on the job site, at maintenance time and on the bottom line makes the FTX128L the machine of choice for ROW mulching, clearing and related forestry and urban interface work, according to the manufacturer.
For more information, call 800/528-3113 or visit www.fecon.com.
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