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I - NEW HOLLAND 9030 APPLICATIONS

 
    I am an owner and admirer of the Ford New Holland Versatile 9030.  This Bi-Directional tractor is one of the most well thought out machines of its time.  Below are pictures of how the Ford New Holland 9030 is applied in the world today.  I did not personally take the photos - I have borrowed them from the web.  I mean no disrespect for those who originally took the photos.  I hope you see my use of these pictures as a tribute to the engineering mastery of the Ford New Holland Bi-Directional Versatile 9030.


Ford New Holland 9030 with triple flail mower.  The mower is a Tiger brand.  The Tiger web site is located here.



         

Ford New Holland 9030 with triple flail mower by Tiger.

 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with triple flail mower.  This view also shows the optional cooland fan system that was an option on the New Holland 9030.


 
 
 
Ford New Holland 9030 with triple flail mower.
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with triple flail mower.  This view also shows the optional cooland fan system that was an option on the New Holland 9030.
 


 
Ford New Holland 9030 with triple flail mower.  This picture shows the front two mowers in transport position.  This mower is also made by Tiger.
 


 
 
 
Ford New Holland 9030 with front mounted triple flail mower.  This is the Versa Pro from Alamo Industrial.  The literature for the Versa Pro is located here.  
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with front mounted triple flail mower.  Shown from the rear, side wings in transport position.
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with front mounted triple flail mower.  Shown from the rear, side wings in transport position.
 


 
 
 
Here is a Ford New Holland 9030 with a hydraulic boom attachment.  I am not sure what this is, but it looks like a tree stumper or cutter.  I think there is a saw blade parallel with the ground while the boom in this position.
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with a flail mower attachment on a hydraulic boom.  I believe this is an Alamo boom and mower, but I am not sure.
 


 
Ford New Holland 9030 with tree or brush cuting rotary saw blade.  This is possibly the same setup as the tractor a few photos prior.
 

 
 
 
Ford New Holland 9030 with Alamo boom and rotary cutter on the cab end - and an 8ft rotary cutter on the engine end.  This New Holland was for sale in Florida towards the end of 2011 for a fair price.  From the pictures it looked to be in very good condition.
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with Alamo boom extended fully - front view
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with Alamo boom fully extended - rear view
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with Alamo boom fully retracted.
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with Alamo boom rough cut bush mower.  Set up for a forestry application with screen windows.  
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with Alamo boom rough cut bush mower.  Set up for a forestry application with screen windows.
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with what I believe to be a home-brew rotary mower.  It looks very stout, but very dangerous as well.  Imagine when that deck is tilted upward like a bucket.  Wow.  Mowers are both hydraulically driven as well.  I am assuming from the high flow accessory option provided by the New Holland factory.
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with unknown brand of brush cutter.  
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with unknown brand of brush cutter.  Has wide tires and screen cab set up for forestry applications.
 

 
 

 
Ford New Holland 9030 with haybine header.  I am not sure if it is the 14', 16', or 18' version, but it looks to be in good shape.  I likely took this picture from TractorHouse, because I look for this type of equipment frequently on that site.
 


  


  

  

  

  


  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  
  
  
  


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