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Ford-New Holland 4630 Specifications

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3pt Hitch
3pt Hitch

• Hitch Catogory: I
• Rear Lift: 3,080 lbs


Capacity
Capacity

• Coolant: 11.2 Qts
• Fuel Capacity: 17.3 gal
• Hydraulic Fluid: 12.7 gal


Dates
Dates

• Production End: 1999 (Year)
• Production Start: 1990 (Year)






Dimensions
Dimensions

• Weight: 5,200 lbs
• Wheelbase: 84.5 inches


Engine
Engine

• Cooling: liquid
• Cylinders: 3
• Displacement: 192 ci
• Fuel: diesel
• Manufacturer: Ford


Engine Power
Engine Power

• Horsepower (Rated): 60 HP
• PTO (rated): 55 hp


General
General

• Manufacturer: Ford
• Original Price: $24,000 (1999)


Hydraulics
Hydraulics

• Type: open
• Valve Flow: 8.0 gpm


Mechanical
Mechanical

• Chassis: 4x2 2WD 4x4 MFWD 4WD optional






Power Take-Off
Power Take-Off

• Rear PTO: independent
• Rear speed: 540


Tires
Tires

• Ag front: 7.50-15
• Ag rear: 13.6-28


Transmission
Transmission

• Forward Gears: 8
• Reverse Gears: 2
• Reverse Gears: 8

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Reviews

Adriana scored a 5 on 2/6/2013
Glad your hay is $30 for 2 (they look like 750-800#) in Texas I just bought 2 1500# for $95 ea. Everywhere else its $120 for the 800# ones.Put wood paetlls under the bale of hay it will keep it off the ground and help with the mud, manure, etc problems. Do also use the hay ring..horses as you know don't see any reason not to do everything they need to with the minimal amt of movement.Here's a thought thou..the hay you have looks pretty bad, its not net wrapped and has been stored like cow hay..high loss of nutrition (there should never be mold in properly stored hay). It would take 13,600# of hay in round bales (at $25 a bale thats $425 a yr) to feed them year round (due to wastage, etc). In actual fact they only need about 10# a day (if being fed grain, 20# if not) which for 2 is 7,300# which in sq beautiful bales at $3.50 a 60# bale is only $433 a year (assuming you had to feed them year round). Since you only have 2 horses opt for the sq bales and feed them some oats. Cost is comparable and you can control how much they eat to keep them from getting hay belly , possibly colic from moldy hay and nutritionally its much better for them. Round bales are great for people with more than 2 horses but sq. is always the better option(remember to get 2nd cutting when you buy the hay this summer, which ever type you get). If you buy round put them on wood paetlls in the barn. Loss of quality to round bales is mainly through the damp ground.Good luck!


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