Massey Ferguson has unveiled its flagship model for the 7600 series tractor range. The MF 7626 Dyna-6 shares its build with two existing models using the 7.4-litre Sisu engine but has a 20hp advantage over the 235/260hp MF 7624 for little extra weight.
Torque output is also generous, in part thanks to the second-generation SCR emissions control technology that allows unfettered combustion tuning. For draft work, torque peaks at 1049Nm, while 1145Nm is generated when driving pto implements or equipment with a high demand for continuous hydraulic power.
AutoDrive is standard, so the operator can elect to have the transmission shift automatically through the six powershift speeds in each of the four ranges, which gives 24 speeds in each direction.
The Dyna-6 transmission is uprated where necessary – but there is no Dyna-VT stepless version.
Several permutations of equipment, features and controls are available to suit different roles on the farm, AutoGuide satellite steering can be added to the numerous automated features fitted as standard, and telemetry for remote tracking and monitoring is also available.
Telematics on balers
Contractors operating Massey Ferguson big square balers can now monitor their performance and gather job data using a telemetry system for the machines.
The AgCommand system, which is already available on larger MF tractors and combines, transmits data via a mobile phone link to a computer that users can access using the internet.