THREE LM MODELS, COUNTLESS APPLICATIONS.
At New Holland, we listen to our customers. We understand key telehandler demands vary from those seeking a telehandler with the reach to pick up, transport and stack large bales to those who need a compact machine that will see daily use for livestock duties - and everything in between. Choose from the LM6.32, LM7.42 Elite or the LM9.35. With the LM Series, New Holland has a telehandler to suit specific demands.
HANDLES TOUGH CHALLENGES.
Three New Holland large-frame telehandlers have the reach to pick up, transport and stack large bales and dozens of other applications.
A SPECIFICATION TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS
New Holland offers two LM Series large-frame standard-configuration models--the LM6.32 and LM9.35. Powered by Tier4A 4.5-liter NEF engines, with a maximum power output of 121 horsepower, these telehandlers feature a 4F/3R (four forward and three reverse speed) powershift transmission. Gear selection is on the joystick, while a column-mounted power shuttle lever allows you to make convenient direction changes. A 31.7-gpm hydraulic gear pump and three-mode steering system add to the high level of performance offered. A limited slip differential is standard for the front axle. Transport speeds range from 22.9 mph to 23.7 mph depending on tire size (460/70R24 & 500/70R24 respectively). Designed for applications including material handling, yard work and stacking large bales, these affordable telehandlers are the ideal choice for broad-acre, mixed farm and contract applications.
ELITE POWER DELIVERS OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE
The LM7.42 Elite has a maximum power output of 143 horsepower. The 6F/3R powershift transmission offers automatic speed selection for speeds 4, 5 and 6, and a forward/reverse power shuttle using the main joystick. The three-mode steering system features automatic alignment. Based around a variable-displacement piston pump, the 36.9-gpm hydraulic system is operated via an armrest-mounted joystick. Offering precise proportional control with lightning-fast response, the hydraulic system makes Elite models the optimum choice for the most demanding operators. A high power-to-weight ratio enables these machines to carry out demanding tasks such as heavy material handling. A limited-slip differential is standard on both front and rear axles. With automated gearshifts and speeds up to 25 mph. Elite telehandlers are also well suited for fast transport. These combined features make Elite telehandlers the default choice for demanding farm and contract operators, since their high power enables them to deliver exceptional performance in the most demanding applications.
STRENGTH BY DESIGN
New Holland has completely redesigned the large-frame LM series telehandler boom and frame to be more robust and durable than ever. New Holland has enhanced the boom materials, boom construction, boom cylinders position, headstock design and more. In addition, the perfect balance design of the rear boom provides a natural counter balance when lifting to provide additional stability and operator safety.
COMPLETELY NEW BOOM DESIGN
Based around twin U-shaped 0.39- to 0.47-inch (10- to 12-mm) thick sections, the completely new boom is immensely strong, with heavy-duty pivot pins for optimum durability. New wear pads adjust quickly using a simple screw and lock nut design, without the need for special tools. Hydraulic end-stroke dampers are incorporated into the boom rams, automatically ensuring the boom fully extends and returns to its fully retracted position smoothly. This hydraulic damping helps protect the boom and operator from shock loads. The one-piece H-shape ladder chassis is made from one-inch-thick, high tensile steel that is fully robot-welded to ensure exceptional torsional rigidity. The boom support is exceptionally strong, and its mass helps to counterbalance heavy loads.
New Holland has engineered the chassis with 40/60 weight distribution to eliminate the need for a counterweight. The design delivers excellent stability and traction when loaded. The mass that would be used in a counterweight is instead built into the chassis to boost its strength.