Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo

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Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
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ZETOR
This operator’s manual will help you to become familiar with the operation and maintenance of your new tractor.
In spite of fact that many of you have reach experiences with operation of various tractors, please, read carefully all
safety rules and operating instructions in this operator ’s manual before attempting to operate the tractor.
You will find a lot of new information and receive a perfect overview how to use the tractor with highest efficiency at
various operations.
Your new Zetor tractor will be your reliable friend if observing the mentioned safety rules, tractor maintenance and
safe operation
Manufacturer of Your tractor wishes you thousands of satisfactorily worked hours.
ZETOR
Brno
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Information about technical specifications, design, equipment, material, and external appearance is valid in the time of printing
this operator’s manual. Manufacturer reserves all rights for changes.
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CONTENTS
Page
Location of serial numbers .......................................................................................... 9
Safety instructions for user........................................................................................ 12
Preventive daily service ............................................................................................ 15
Acquintance with tractor ............................................................................................ 23
Electronic engine governor ....................................................................................... 51
Operation .................................................................................................................. 63
Tractor running in ...................................................................................................... 83
Transportation ........................................................................................................... 91
Driving the agricultural machines ............................................................................ 101
Hydraulic system ..................................................................................................... 107
Electro-hydraulic ..................................................................................................... 121
Hitches .................................................................................................................... 133
Wheel tread setting ................................................................................................. 145
Balast weights ......................................................................................................... 155
Maintenance instructions ........................................................................................ 163
Adjustment .............................................................................................................. 189
Electrical installation ............................................................................................... 203
Planned technical maintenance .............................................................................. 219
Main technical parameters ...................................................................................... 239
The operator’s manual contains description, operation and maintenance of
standard and optional tractor equipment.
Service checkbook isn’t a part of
operator’s manual. This is the separate
booklet that is passed to you when
purchasing new tractor.
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ZETOR 8621, 9621 FORTERRA TURBO
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo - 60 kW
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo - 67,5 kW
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ZETOR 8641, 9641, 10641 FORTERRA TURBO
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo - 60 kW
Zetor 9641 Forterra turbo - 67,5 kW
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo - 76 kW
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ZETOR 11641 FORTERRA
Zetor 11641 Forterra - 81 kW
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LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS Z 8621 - Z 10641 FORTERRA TURBO
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LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS Z 11641 FORTERRA
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LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS
Whenever you contact your authorized service dealer or the factory for order of service parts, always know the model and serial
numbers of your tractor. For your convenience, write those numbers in the frames below.
Tractor model
Tractor serial number
ZETOR 8621, 8641, 9621, 9641, 10641
ZETOR 11641
The “left“, “right“, “front“ and “back“ side
of the tractor is determined by traveling
direction.
Manufacturer
reserves
rights
for
changes of design and option, that
improve the tractor features.
Engine serial number
F6
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USERS
Keep
extreme
attention
when
reading parts of operator’s manual
that are marked by these symbols.
You will find this symbol at all
important warnings identifying
the safety of tractor operation.
Keep these safety massages
and however regardless of the
hazard, be extremely careful!
Inform your cooperators and
other users about these messages.
This symbol marks all chapters
speaking about different operation, maintenance, adjustment
and safety rules at tractors
Z 11641Forterra.
Study carefully chapters marked
by this symbol before starting
with operating, servicing or
adjusting the tractor.
You will find this symbol whenever important informations on
operation, adjustment and repairs of starter motor.
Keep these regulations and be
extremely careful in these
cases!
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This symbol marks such tractor
equipment that is not assembled
as a standard (optionally
assembled equipment only).
GENERAL SAFETY REGULATIONS
1.Only a trained operator having a valid
driving license and being properly
acquainted with operating and safety
rules can operate the tractor.
2.Except of safety warnings mentioned
in this operator’s manual you must
respect all general safety and traffic
regulations of country where the tractor
works.
PROPER CLOTHING
3.Don’t wear loose clothing and free
flying long hair at operation.
4.Use suitable (prescribed) personal
protection means (working boots, gloves
etc.) at work.
STARTING ENGINE
5.Starting the engine when driving tractor downhill is forbidden.
6.Starting tractor by means of towing
with another tractor or vehicle is allowed
only when the pull bar is used.
7.Tractor Z 11641 can not be
started without battery, with discharged battery or without external source (see electronic governor of
injection pump).
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7.Start the tractor from
driver’s seat only with
shifting lever in neutral
position. Life hazard when
starting by starter connector short circuit.
8.The key of the key switch must be in
position "I".
9.When preheating engine by electrical
heater, plug the heater first and connect
the cable into electricity after. After preheating disconnect the cable from
electricity first.
WARNING! Electrical shock hazard
OPERATION
11.Hoses of hydrostatic steering, brakes
and fuel system must be checked and
replaced in case of any damage indication. The damage indication is for
example: cracks on hose surface,
loosening of hose fittings (verify it by pulling of hose from fitting) and mechanical
damage of hose.
12.Brakes and steering must be permanently in perfect condition.
13.Brake pedals must be latched at
transportation with trailers and implements on the road.
14.Driving downhill without shifted gear
is forbidden!
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USERS
15.Pay special attention when driving on
hilly, muddy, sandy, icy and uneven terrain.
16.Don’t exceed the max. specified incli0
nation angle 12 for 4WD tractors (res0
pectively 11 for 2WD tractors).
17.Don’t exceed the max. total weight of
trailers mentioned in the tractor serial
number plate or rear fender label.
18.Don’t use the differential lock when
driving into the turning.
19.Never get out or into the driving tractor. This is forbidden.
20.Reduce the travel speed to 20 km/h
when transporting agricultural implements hitched in the front three point
hitch.
21.The front axle load must not be lower
than 18 to 20 % of immediate total tractor weight when transporting agricultural
implements hitched in the rear three
point hitch.
TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS,
OPERATION
22.Number of persons transported by
tractor must not exceed number mentioned in tractor technical license.
23.Persons, unauthorized to work with
attached implement, must not stand
between tractor and hitched implement
(machine).
24.Make sure neither any person nor
any obstacle allows driving before starting tractor move.
25.Max. allowed travel speed of tractor
and trailer equipped with one hose air
trailer brakes is 25 km/h.
26.Don’t exceed the max. specified
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inclination angle 11 for tractors Z 8621
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and Z 9621 and 12 for tractors Z 8641,
Z 9641, Z 10641, Z 11641.
RELEASING AND PUSHING TRACTOR
27.Use a pull bar or a rope for releasing
an immobilized tractor. Never use
chains. It is life dangerous to stand near
the rope when releasing the tractor
28.Front hook assembled on front tractor
frame serves for pulling the alone tractor
only, i.e. without trailer or another implement.
29.Never use free wooden blocks,
planks or bars put between tractor and
pushed subject when pushing other vehicles (trailers, wagons etc.).
LEAVING TRACTOR
30.Do not park the tractor with attached
implement in lifted position.
31.Don’t forget to brake the tractor with
parking brake (shift the gear) remove the
key from key switch and lock the cab
before leaving tractor.
32.Shift the reverse lever into forward
position.
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33.Brake the tractor with parking brake
before leaving tractor with running engine.
34.Usually use the left-hand side of tractor- left door when leaving tractor. Look
round if any vehicle coming, that could
jeopardize your safety when leaving and
open the door.
35.Use steps and handles when leaving
the tractor. When leaving tractor by the
right door pay attention being in space of
shifting levers and hand throttle control.
AT STOPPED ENGINE ONLY
36.All activities like refueling cleaning,
lubricating and adjusting tractor or
attached implement can be done at
stopped engine and stopped moving
tractor parts only, except of brake,
hydraulics and charging function inspection.
37.It is necessary to stop the engine
before removing bonnet side shields.
The engine can run in closed room and
house only when the perfect ventilation
works. Exhaust gases are health
dangerous.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USERS
FIRE PREVENTION RULES
38.Refuel the tractor after finishing the
job and with stopped engine.
39.Don’t refuel the fuel tank up to the top
in summer season. Wipe the fuel
immediately when spilled.
40.Don’t refuel the tractor nearby an
open flame. Don’t smoke.
41.Don’t smoke and don’t use an open
flame when inspecting the battery
electrolyte level.
42.Keep properly the fire prevention regulations in areas with increased fire
hazard (hay-lofts, straw-stocks etc.).
43.If the tractor is equipped with a fire
extinguisher keep it ready for use.
44.Use the spark arrestor when working
in fire hazard environment.
HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
45.Tractors are not equipped with special ventilation filters of inlet air coming
to the cab. That’s why tractors are not
intended for work with aerosols and
other substances harmful to health.
Kerosene, diesel fuel, mineral oils and
other products from crude oil used for
operation and maintenance of tractor
may cause an injury in case of direct
contact with skin and it can irritate
mocous membranes, eyes, digestive or
respiratory organs. Some of them might
cause the total poisoning when used.
46.Persons working with crude oil products must properly keep safety and
hygienic regulations, they must use the
suitable protectors and work in properly
ventilated areas.
WORKING WITH CRUDE OIL PRODUCTS
47.Wash properly your hands with mild
detergent and treat them with suitable
skin ointment or cream after finishing
work or before eating.
48.Remove oil drops from quick-couplers (from male and female) by textile
material after disconnecting or connecting hydraulic circuit.
PREVENTIVE DAILY SERVICE
49.Do this service every day or at least
every 10 hours.
SAFETY CAB
50.If corrosion or accident damages the
frame of safety cab it is necessary to
exchange the cab.
AIRCONDITIONING
51.In any case do not disassemble, turn
or manipulate with fittings of AC system.
This might create a sudden escape of
fluid and local freeze. This could create
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a serious damage of tissue when
touching or when frozen in hands.
PREVENTIVE DAILY SERVICE
Do this service every day or at least every 10 hours
F7
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PREVENTIVE DAILY SERVICE
F8
F9
F 10
FUEL SYSTEM LEAKAGE
Inspect the fuel system for leakage including the fuel tank. Repair immediately
any leaks.
ENGINE OIL LEVEL
Check the engine oil and inspect the
lubrication system for leakage. Add the
oil to prescribed level.
COOLING SYSTEM
Inspect the engine cooling system for
leaks. Check the coolant level in the
expansion tank. Add the coolant to
"MAX“ level. The minimum allowed level
is on the lower mark.
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PREVENTIVE DAILY SERVICE
F 11
F 12
FLUID SERVICE BRAKES
Inspect the brake and clutch circuit for
leaks and check the brake fluid level in
the brake fluid expansion reservoir.
AIR TRAILER BRAKES
Inspect the air brake system leak and
tractor break efficiency with trailer (see
„inspection of air brake leak “).
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HYDRAULIC TRAILER BRAKES
Inspect the hydraulic brake system leak.
PREVENTIVE DAILY SERVICE
F 14
F 15
F 16
STEERING
Check oil level in the hydrostatic steering
oil tank. Retighten bolts and nuts of
steering tie-rods and arms.
TIRES AND WHEELS
Check the inflation air pressure of front
and rear tires. Inflate them up to the
recommended pressure according to
operating conditions. Check, eventually
retighten bolts of front and rear wheels.
Never drive tractor with loosened bolts of
wheels.
AIR CLEANER
The indicator indicates clogging of the
air cleaner, this indicator switches the
lamp on the dashboard in case of strong
clogging.
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PREVENTIVE DAILY SERVICE
F 17
F 18
F 19
CAB FILTRATION
Check and eventually clean cab filters
located under the roof in front part. Filter
exchange interval depends upon dustiness of working condition. The partial
regeneration of filters can be done by
shaking-out or blowing by press air.
Filters are accessible after removing of
grills located in front of cab roof.
HITCHES
Check the status of hitches and attachments including the trailer.
AFTER OPERATION WITH FRONT
IMPLEMENTS
Remove the front mask to be able to
blow out impurities outside the tractor.
Clean the front part of radiators (radiators of transmission, AC condenser) by
the press air, blow it in direction from the
engine. Remove the rest of impurities
under the bonnet, otherwise their repeated suction into the cooling system
might appear.Inspect front three-point
hitch hydraulic circuit for leaks.
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PREVENTIVE DAILY SERVICE
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SHORT FUNCTIONAL TEST
Check the lubrication indicator light is
“off“ after starting engine. Check the
function of charging (charging control
lamp must be off). Check the hydraulic
circuit of hydrostatic steering for leaks
and its function.
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ACQUAINTANCE WITH TRACTOR
Tractor user must be properly
acquainted with recommended
operating and safety rules in
advance. It is too late to do it
within operation!
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Safety cab ................................................................................................................. 23
Opening the door from outside .................................................................................. 23
Opening the door from inside .................................................................................... 23
Rear window.............................................................................................................. 24
Side window .............................................................................................................. 24
∗Tiltable roof lid ......................................................................................................... 24
Opening for implementation purposes ...................................................................... 25
Windshield washer .................................................................................................... 25
Washer tank .............................................................................................................. 25
Washer control .......................................................................................................... 25
∗Passengerřs seat..................................................................................................... 26
Space for driverřs needs and toolbox ........................................................................ 26
Rearview mirrors ....................................................................................................... 26
Seat adjustment for driverřs weight ........................................................................... 27
Longitudinal seat adjustment .................................................................................... 27
Vertical seat adjustment ............................................................................................ 27
Driverřs seat ∗ Grammer ........................................................................................... 28
Seat adjustment for driverřs weight ........................................................................... 28
Longitudinal seat adjustment .................................................................................... 28
Driverřs seat ∗ Cobo.................................................................................................. 29
Seat adjustment for driverřs weight ........................................................................... 29
Longitudinal seat adjustment and backrest adjustment ............................................ 29
Tiltable steering wheel .............................................................................................. 30
Angle adjustment ...................................................................................................... 30
Telescopic adjustment .............................................................................................. 30
Control panel of heating, ∗airconditioning and ∗ radio .............................................. 31
Four-speed switch of heating blowers ....................................................................... 31
Control panel on right cab pillar ................................................................................ 31
Ventilation outlets and radio speakers ...................................................................... 32
Defrosting the front windshield .................................................................................. 32
∗ Ac control ............................................................................................................... 33
Cooling the cab ......................................................................................................... 33
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ACQUAINTANCE WITH TRACTOR
∗ Ac operation ........................................................................................................... 33
Location of dashboard .............................................................................................. 35
Description of instruments ........................................................................................ 35
Indicator lights ........................................................................................................... 35
Location of dashboard .............................................................................................. 37
Description of instruments ........................................................................................ 37
Indicator lights and push buttons .............................................................................. 37
Switches with levers.................................................................................................. 38
Light switch (a) .......................................................................................................... 39
Front wheel drive switch (d) ...................................................................................... 39
Hazard light switch (f) ............................................................................................... 39
Switch of grill and cab headlight (g) .......................................................................... 40
Switch of rear (front) differential lock (j) .................................................................... 40
Turn signal, headlight and horn toggle switch (i) ...................................................... 40
Key switch ................................................................................................................. 41
Key in "0" position ..................................................................................................... 41
Key in "I" position ...................................................................................................... 41
Key in “II“ position ..................................................................................................... 42
Throttle control lever ................................................................................................. 43
Stopping device ........................................................................................................ 43
Electronic hand throttle control ................................................................................. 43
Pedals and levers ..................................................................................................... 44
Main gear shifting lever and reversor lever ............................................................... 44
Shifting lever of road speed and reduced speed ...................................................... 44
PTO selection control lever for shifting of pto independent and ground speed ........ 45
Parking brake lever and ∗ pick up hitch control lever................................................ 45
Hydraulic control ....................................................................................................... 45
Hand control of selection control valve ..................................................................... 46
Fuel tank ................................................................................................................... 46
Draining plug of fuel tank .......................................................................................... 46
Average fuel consumption in litters per operating hour ............................................. 47
Battery switch............................................................................................................ 47
Location of information and safety decals ................................................................ 48
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SAFETY CAB
F 21
F 22
F 23
SAFETY CAB
Use steps and handles when
getting out and in.
OPENING THE DOOR FROM OUTSIDE
Cab doors can be locked from outside.
OPENING THE DOOR FROM INSIDE
1. Lever for opening from inside.
2. Lever for locking from inside.
Door is kept in the opened position with
a gas strut.
Going with opened door is not recommended. Door might be damaged.
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SAFETY CAB
F 24
F 25
F 26
REAR WINDOW
Rear window is equipped with handle
and is kept in the open position by gas
struts.
We recommend latching the window in closed position when driving on uneven terrain - danger of
window cracking. Before starting
the job with machines implemented in the rear three point hitch
be sure that the interference
between hitched implement and
opened rear window is avoided
at the maximal lifting of the rear
three point hitch. In case of
interference we recommend to
work with closed window.
SIDE WINDOW
A plastic latch in the opened position
locks side window.
∗TILTABLE ROOF LID
Pressing the mechanism opens roof lid.
Tiltable lid is kept with gas struts in the
opened position.
Tractor height is increased when
opened lid. That’s why close the
lid when passing through low
profiles.
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SAFETY CAB
F 27
F 28
F 29
OPENING FOR IMPLEMENTATION
PURPOSES
The bottom window is rigid and is
equipped with opening for connection of
controls with attached implements.
WINDSHIELD WASHER
The washer nozzle is adjustable by
needle of max. diameter 0,8 mm.
WASHER TANK
Washer tank is accessible after tilting
the hood or after removing the front
mask.
WASHER CONTROL
The windshield washer sprays after
pressing the switch of front double
speed wiper. This switch is located on
the right cab pillar. Maximal time of uninterrupted spraying is 20 s.
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SAFETY CAB
F 30
F 31
F 32
∗PASSENGER’S SEAT
Passengerřs seat is tiltable.
A - Unlock the seat strut and tilt the
seat.
B - Seat is locked in its tilted position on
fender.
SPACE FOR DRIVER’S NEEDS AND
TOOLBOX
The space is located on the left-hand
side nearby driverřs seat. Toolbox is
located behind the driverřs seat in the
rear part of cab.
REARVIEW MIRRORS
Adjust rearview mirrors before driving or
starting the job to be able to see the
road or the field.
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DRIVER’S SEAT MARS
F 33
F 34
F 35
SEAT ADJUSTMENT FOR DRIVER’S
WEIGHT
The suspension of seat is adjustable for
driverřs weight from 50 up to 120 kg.
Turning of square knob does adjustment. Weight indicator is located in the
slot of rear seat cover. Spring stroke is
120 mm.
Do not adjust the seat on the go.
Danger of accident.
LONGITUDINAL SEAT ADJUSTMENT
The seat can be longitudinally adjusted
within range „ 75 mm (11 positions).
VERTICAL SEAT ADJUSTMENT
The right hand side lever does vertical
seat adjustment within range „ 30 mm
( 3 positions).
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DRIVER’S SEAT - GRAMMER
F 36
F 37
F 38
DRIVER’S SEAT ∗ GRAMMER
Tractor can be equipped with the seat
Grammer as an option.
SEAT ADJUSTMENT FOR DRIVER’S
WEIGHT
Adjust the seat by a plastic knob located
on the front part of seat support.
LONGITUDINAL SEAT ADJUSTMENT
Adjust the longitudinal position of seat by
a lever located on the left hand side of
the seat.
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DRIVER’S SEAT - COBO
F 39
F 40
F 41
DRIVER’S SEAT ∗ COBO
Tractor can be equipped with the seat
Cobo as an option.
SEAT ADJUSTMENT FOR DRIVER’S
WEIGHT
Adjust the seat by rotating the lever after
its tilting into working position.
LONGITUDINAL SEAT ADJUSTMENT
AND BACKREST ADJUSTMENT
Adjust the seat by lever on the right
hand side of seat.
Adjust the backrest by rotating a plastic
knob located on the right, rear side of
seat.
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CONTROLS
F 42
F 43
F 44
TILTABLE STEERING WHEEL
Tiltable steering column enables variable
angle and height adjustment of the
steering wheel. Both functions are operated by one lever.
ANGLE ADJUSTMENT
Angle adjustment enables 10 positions
with step 4 in range: -16 up u to +24
down.
TELESCOPIC ADJUSTMENT
Steering wheel is adjustable within range
0 - 80 mm in any angle position.
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CONTROLS
F 45
F 46
F 47
CONTROL PANEL OF HEATING, ∗AIRCONDITIONING AND ∗ RADIO
1. Four-speed switch of heating blowers
2. Shut off heater and AC recycling
control
3. Heater valve control lever
- right - heating “on“
- left - heating “off“
4. ∗ switch of air-conditioning
5. ∗ Radio can be assembled into the
space under the heating panel
FOUR-SPEED SWITCH OF HEATING
BLOWERS
a - vertical position - blower is “off“
b - first right position - blower low speed
c - second right position - blower middle
speed
d - third right position - blower high
speed
CONTROL PANEL ON RIGHT CAB
PILLAR
5. Control switch of rear PTO
6. ∗ Control switch of front PTO
7. Cab illumination
8. Two speed switch of front windshield
wiper and front washer.
9. Switch of rear window wiper.
10. ∗ Control switch of three point hitch
lifting (for lifting the implement when
turning in the field)
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CONTROLS
F 48
F 49
VENTILATION OUTLETS AND RADIO
SPEAKERS
11. Adjustable outlets of ventilation,
heating and ∗AC
12. Radio speakers (only in case of
preparation assembly for ∗radio)
DEFROSTING THE FRONT WINDSHIELD
For fast defrosting of front windshield the “A“ middle outlets needs to be directed to
the front windshield with 45 angle from vertical position the "B" side outlets directed
towards front corners of cab.
After front wind shield defrosting the side outlets can be directed towards door
glasses for their step by step defrosting. After defrosting the outlets should be
adjusted that way not to blow the air directly to the driver but to driver řs legs.
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CONTROLS
F 50
F 51
F 52
∗ AC CONTROL
The switch with symbol of flake controls
air-conditioning.
It is necessary to create overpressure in
the cab for the proper function of AC.
Thatřs why we recommend to shut all
windows, doors and cab roof cover.
COOLING THE CAB
For fast cooling the inner space of cab
move the heating shut off lever (2) into
the left position (i.e. fresh air inlet is
closed). Choose the desired blower
speed by the four speed blower switch
(position 1, 2, 3). Set outlets with desired
angle to avoid direct blowing to persons
in the tractor cab (possible injury
because of intensive cooling of person řs
body).
AC OPERATION
With switched AC and permanently
closed heating shut off lever (2) in left
position (i.e. fresh air circuit closed) the
inner air is breathed out. Persons could
become tired. Thatřs why we recommend do move the lever (2) into the right
position (fresh air opened) immediately
after cooling down and reduction of the
inner temperature to desired level. The
fluent regulation of system is carried out
by partial opening of the heating valve
with heating control lever (3).
At the same time dry air from AC system
becomes moisture by this way.
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DASHBOARD (analogue)
F 53
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DASHBOARD (analogue)
LOCATION OF DASHBOARD
Analogue dashboard is assembled as a
standard equipment at tractors Z 8621, Z
8641, Z 9621, Z 9641, Z 10641.
DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTS
A - indicator lights
B - air pressure gauge
C - tachometer with mechanical hourcounter
D - fuel gauge
E - coolant thermometer
INDICATOR LIGHTS
1. High beam light (blue). It lights if high
beam head lights are “ON .
2. Turn signal indicator light (green).
3. Turn signal indicator light (green) first trailer
4. Turn signal indicator light (green) second trailer
5. Indicator light of min. air pressure in
braking system (red): it lights if the
air pressure of air trailer brakes
drops under a critical margin i.e. 450
kPa.
6. Parking brake (red). It is “on“ if the
hand brake is set.
7. Charging indicator light (red). This is
“on“ after charging failure.
8. Lubrication indicator light (red). It is
“on“ if the engine oil pressure drops
below 120 to 60 kPa.
9. Air cleaner clogging indicator light is
“on“ after air cleaner clogging
(yellow).
10. Indicator light of hazard lamp
11. Indicator light of critical coolant
temperature (red) is “on“ after
exceeding
temperature
approx.
above 100 C (not connected).
12. Indicator light of Hi-Lo (torque
st
multiplier) (green 1 stage)
13. Indicator light of Hi-Lo (torque
nd
multiplier) (green 2 stage)
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14. Indicator light indicating critical failure in hydrostatic steering (not nocnnected)
15. Min. fuel level indicator light (orange). It lights if 1/6 to 1/10 of fuel tank
capacity stays at the fuel tank
16. PTO indicator light
17. Indicator light indicates wearing of
cardan brake.
18. Glowing indicator light (yellow)
19. Free
20. Free
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DIGITAL DASHBOARD
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DIGITAL DASHBOARD
LOCATION OF DASHBOARD
Digital dashboard is assembled as a
standard equipment on tractors Z 11641
and as an option on Z 8621 - Z 10641.
DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTS
A - indicator lights
B - air pressure gauge
C - tachometer with hour-counter
D - fuel gauge
E - coolant thermometer
F - display
INDICATOR LIGHTS AND PUSH
BUTTONS
Location of indicator lights on digital
dashboard is equal to analogue dashboard.
21. Indicator light of immediate travel
speed
22. Indicator light of PTO 1000 RPM
23. Indicator light of PTO 540 RPM
24. Symbol of immediate travel speed km/h
25. Symbol of RPM
26. symbol of voltage - V
27. Symbol of km
28. Symbol of battery
29. Symbol of traveled distance
30. Reset button for resetting the (day)
displayed data.
31. Button of battery voltage. Voltage is
displayed (with accuracy 0,1 V) and
simultaneously the indicator lights No
26 and 28 are “ON“.
32. Button of traveled distance (within
the day or from the time of last
resetting). No of kilometers is
displayed and simultaneously the
indicator lights No 27 and 29 are
“ON“.
33.Button of immediate travel speed in
-1
v km.h , the speed is displayed and
simultaneously the indicator light No
21 and 24 is “ON“.
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34. Button of PTO 1000 RPM. Speed
with accuracy 10 RPM is displayed
and simultaneously the indicator
lights No 22 and 25 are “ON“.
35. Button of PTO 540 RPM is displayed
and simultaneously the indicator
lights No 23 and 25 are “ON“.
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CONTROLS
SWITCHES WITH LEVERS
a - Light switch
b - Switch of front grill light and roof
light (low beam)
c - Fog light switch (ON - OFF). Function of fog light is indicated by illuminated symbol.
d - Working light switch (ON - OFF).
Function of working light is indica ted
by illuminated symbol.
e - Warning light switch
f - Front wheel drive control switch. Engaged front wheel drive axle is indicated by switch symbol - ON .
g - plugged
h - plugged
i - plugged
j - differential lock (locks) button
k - stopping device - at tractors Z 8621
- 10641)
l - Toggle switch - turn signal, horn,
lights, high and low beam headlight
switch, acoustic horn.
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CONTROLS
F 56
F 57
F 58
LIGHT SWITCH (a)
a - Lights are “OFF“
b - Clearance lights and tail lights ,
license plate light and illumination of
instruments are “ON“
c - All electrical appliances are nocnnected as in “b“ position. Moreover
low and high beam lamps are ON
according to the position of toggle
switch.
FRONT WHEEL DRIVE SWITCH (d)
Use the front driving axle for
increasing the pulling force when
rear wheels slippage.
a - front driving axle disengaged
b - front driving axle engaged
Front driving axle is engaged at stopped
tractor (braked tractor, stopped engine).
Front driving axle is engaged in the
basic position (indicator lamp “ON ) and
the switch disengages the axle.
HAZARD LIGHT SWITCH (f)
a - Hazard lights are “off“.
b - Hazard lights are “on
Flashing of indicator light on the
dashboard indicates function of hazard
lights.
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CONTROLS
F 59
F 60
F 61
SWITCH OF GRILL AND CAB HEADLIGHT (g)
a - cab roof headlights are “OFF
b - cab roof headlights are “ON
The switch controls the headlights in the
mask grill or in the tractor cab roof.
Use the cab roof headlights only if the
front grill headlights are covered by
attached implement hitched in the front
three point hitch. Symbol on the switch
indicates that cab roof headlights are
“ON . High beam can light in the grill
mask only.
SWITCH OF REAR (FRONT) DIFFERENTIAL LOCK (j)
a - differential lock disengaged
b - differential lock engaged
Diff lock is engaged by pressing the diff
lock push button that is returned into the
previous position after loosing.
Symbol on the switch indicates that the
diff lock is engaged.
Differential
lock
is
automatically
disengaged after pressing brake pedals.
At tractors equipped with front driving
axle with pin lock, this is engaged
simultaneously with the rear diff lock.
TURN SIGNAL, HEADLIGHT AND
HORN TOGGLE SWITCH (i)
a - Turn signal - right.
b - Turn signal - left.
c - Acoustic horn
press the toggle
switch in axis direction
d - High beam light
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KEY SWITCH
F 62
F 63
F 64
KEY SWITCH
Key switch is located on the front part of
steering wheel support under the
dashboard.
KEY IN "0" POSITION
All electrical appliances controlled by the
key switch are disconnected. The key
can be removed.
KEY IN "I" POSITION
All electrical appliances controlled by the
key switch are connected except of
starter motor. The key is located in this
position when running the engine.
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KEY SWITCH
F 65
KEY IN “II“ POSITION
Starter motor is connected in this position. All electrical appliances controlled
by the key switch are connected except
of wipers, washer, blower of cab and AC.
The key is turned automatically to “I“
position after starting.
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CONTROLS
F 67
THROTTLE CONTROL LEVER
A - Max. throttle
B - Stop
Only at tractors Z 8621 - Z 10641.
F 68
F 69
STOPPING DEVICE
Pull the stopping device upwards and
keep it in pulled position, the engine will
be immediately stopped.
Only at tractors Z 8621 - Z 10641.
ELECTRONIC
HAND
THROTTLE
CONTROL
The system electronically controls speed of engine and controls
fuel delivery (see chapter
Electronic governor). Engine is stopped
by turning the key into “0“ position at this
system.
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CONTROLS
F 70
F 71
F 72
PEDALS AND LEVERS
1. Travel clutch pedal
2. Foot operated service brake pedals
connected by latch
3. Foot throttle pedal
MAIN GEAR SHIFTING LEVER AND
REVERSOR LEVER
1. Main shifting lever with push buttons
for three-stage Hi-Lo (torque multiplier)
2. Reversor lever
SHIFTING LEVER OF ROAD SPEED
AND REDUCED SPEED
The lever is located on the right hand
side at driverřs seat.
H - road speeds
N - neutral
Lreduced speeds
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CONTROLS
F 73
F 74
F 75
PTO SELECTION CONTROL LEVER
FOR SHIFTING OF PTO INDEPENDENT AND GROUND SPEED
Lever is located on the right hand side at
driverřs seat.
PTO Independent PTO speed is
shifted
NNeutral position
PTO
synchro - PTO ground speed is
shifted (RPM depends upon
tractor travel speed)
PARKING BRAKE LEVER AND ∗ PICK
UP HITCH CONTROL LEVER
1. Parking brake lever
a - disbraked
b - braked
2. Pick up hitch control lever
a - transport position
b - pick up hitch is unlocked (lowered)
HYDRAULIC CONTROL
a - mechanical hydraulic control
b - Electro-hydraulic
Description of hydraulic control is mentioned in chapter hydraulic equipment.
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ACQUAINTANCE WITH TRACTOR
F 76
F 77
F 78
HAND CONTROL OF SELECTION
CONTROL VALVE
At tractors equipped with ∗hydraulic
control of pick up hitch, lowering the pick
up hitch is controlled by SCV control
lever (a) (usually the right hand side
SCV lever or by operatorřs choice).
FUEL TANK
Plastic fuel tank with capacity 180 liters
is assembled as a standard.
Do not step on the fuel tank!
DRAINING PLUG OF FUEL TANK
The opening for draining impurities and
fuel is located in the bottom part of fuel
tank.
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ACQUAINTANCE WITH TRACTOR
F 79
F 80
AVERAGE FUEL CONSUMPTION IN
LITTERS PER OPERATING HOUR
BATTERY SWITCH
Battery switch is located on the left hand
side underneath the front part of cab.
Tractor type
Engine load
100% 80%
50%
Z 8621, 8641
Z 9621, 9641
Z 10641
17,99
20,07
21,86
14,39
16,06
17,49
10,07
11,24
12,24
Z 11641
28,30
22,64
15,84
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ACQUAINTANCE WITH TRACTOR
LOCATION OF INFORMATION AND
SAFETY DECALS
2. Warning decal - hand
3. Decal 4-speed transmission
5. warning of operating space
F 81
6. coefficient of absorption 0,86
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ACQUAINTANCE WITH TRACTOR
7. warning of starter motor
8. ECE label
9. EPA label
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
Page
Schema of electronic engine control system ............................................................. 52
Push button - MAX .................................................................................................... 53
Push button - MIN ..................................................................................................... 53
Push button - MEM.................................................................................................... 53
Indicator lamp H/O .................................................................................................... 54
Function of electronic governor ................................................................................. 54
Setting the temporary memory .................................................................................. 54
Resetting and deleting the temporary memory ......................................................... 55
Setting the permanent memory ................................................................................. 55
Permanent memory recall - H/O lamp is off .............................................................. 56
Permanent memory recall - H/O lamp is on .............................................................. 57
Memory reset - return to pedal control ...................................................................... 57
1. Setting the entry and exit speed at tillage and enter to memory ........................... 58
2. Setting the operating speed and enter to temporary memory ............................... 58
3. Tillage with operating speed temporarily memorised ............................................ 58
4. Reset of temporary memory and recall of entry and exit speed memory .............. 59
5. Reset of permanent memory, setting the operating speed and its temporary
memorising................................................................................................................ 59
6. Tillage with operating speed temporarily memorised ............................................ 59
1. Setting the PTO speed .......................................................................................... 60
2. Setting the constant travel speed .......................................................................... 60
3. PTO speed engagement and setting the PTO speed for 540 or 1000 RPM ......... 60
4. Temporary memorising the PTO speed ................................................................ 61
5. Manoeuvring with tractor and reset of temporary memory .................................... 61
All tractors Z 11641 are equipped
with electronic engine governor.
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
SCHEMA OF ELECTRONIC ENGINE
CONTROL SYSTEM
System consists of the following main
components and of wiring harness.
A - Electronic control unit (E.C.U.)
B - Hand throttle control ’ the control
has three keypads and LED.
C - Potentiometer ’ mechanically linked
with foot throttle pedal
D - Engine speed sensor
E - Governor ’ control actuator
RPM
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
RPM1
RPM2
RPM3
PUSH BUTTON - MAX
Push button (keypad) - max serves for
increasing the engine speed. Engine
speed can be increased by keypad max. by two ways.
1. Pulse pressing the keypad causes
gradual change of engine speed.
2. Permanent pressing the keypad
causes the immediate increase of
engine speed. Engine speed is increased up to time when you release
the keypad.
This keypad controls the memory if
combined with keypad MEM.
PUSH BUTTON - MIN
Push button (keypad) - MIN serves for
decreasing the engine speed. Control of
keypad MIN is equal to control of keypad
MAX for increasing the engine speed (1,
2).
This keypad controls the memory if
combined with keypad MEM.
PUSH BUTTON - MEM
Push button (keypad) - MEM serves for
entering, recalling and resetting the
engine speed in memory of system. This
keypad is used either separately (1) or in
connection with keypads MIN or MAX
(2, 3).
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
RPM4
RPM5
RPM6
INDICATOR LAMP H/O
Indicator lamp H/O indicates switching
on or off the function of keypad MEM.
Indicator lamp indicates entering , recalling and resetting the engine speed in
memory of system and moreover it indicates limiting the range of engine
speed increase or decrease.
FUNCTION OF ELECTRONIC GOVERNOR
1. Setting the temporary memory
2. Resetting and deleting the temporary
memory
3. Setting the permanent memory
4. Permanent memory recall - H/O lamp
is off
5. Permanent memory recall - H/O lamp
is on
6. Memory reset - return to pedal control
Engine speed, determined for memorizing to memory system, can be set
either by throttle control or by foot
throttle control (throttle pedal). Enter,
recall and reset of memory is possible
on the keyboard of hand throttle control.
SETTING THE TEMPORARY MEMORY
1. Indicator lamp H/O must be off.
2. Set the desired engine speed by
hand (keypad MIN or MAX) or foot
throttle control, for example 1600
RPM.
3. Press the keypad MEM; indicator
lamp H/O turns on.
4. Set engine speed 1600 RPM is
memorized.
Since this setting, it is not necessary to
set the engine speed anymore. You can
loose the foot throttle pedal. Engine
speed is maintained in the constant level
(for example 1600 RPM) temporarily
memorized, independently upon tractor
load.
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
RPM7
RPM8
RPM9
With such way set constant value (for
example 1600 RPM) it is possible to set
the engine speed by means of hand or
foot throttle control and the entered
memory will not be lost.
a - You can increase or decrease the
engine speed by hand throttle control. Increase or decrease the engine
speed by interrupted pressing of
keypad MIN or MAX.
b - You can only increase the engine
speed by foot throttle control. After
loosing the foot throttle pedal the
engine speed drops again to the
value entered in temporary memory
(for example 1600 RPM).
RESETTING AND DELETING THE
TEMPORARY MEMORY
1. Indicator lamp H/O is on.
2. Press the keypad MEM.
3. Indicator lamp H/O turns off. Temporary memory is off. It is not possible
to recall it again. In this time the set
value (for example 1600 RPM) is definitively deleted. The same will happen after switching off the key in the
key switch.
SETTING THE PERMANENT MEMORY
1. Indicator lamp H/O must be off.
2. Set the desired engine speed by
hand (keypads MIN or MAX) or foot
throttle control.
3. Press both keypads MEM and MIN
or MAX depending if you want to
enter into memory minimal or
maximal engine speed.
4. Indicator lamp H/O is on. Since this
setting the engine speed is entered
into the permanent memory.
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
RPM10
RPM11
RPM12
1. In case the minimal engine speed is
being entered it is not possible to
enter the value higher than 1500
RPM. If you will try it the system will
automatically enter 1500 RPM.
2. In case the maximal engine speed is
being entered it is not possible to
enter the value smaller than 1500
RPM. If you will try it the system will
automatically enter 1500 RPM.
Two values can be entered into
permanent memory i.e. chosen minimal
and maximal engine speed. These
values will be memorized in the
permanent memory even after stopping
the engine and removing the key from
the key switch.
If you will enter the new minimal and
maximal engine speed into the
permanent memory the previously
entered values will be deleted and
replaced by new ones i.e. new values
set by you.
PERMANENT MEMORY RECALL - H/O
LAMP IS OFF
1. Indicator lamp H/O is off.
2. Press the keypad MIN or MAX
(depending if you want to recall
maximal or minimal speed entered in
memory) and keep it pressed (longer
time than 0,5 sec.).
3. Indicator lamp H/O turns on. Memory
is recalled. Engine will maintain the
recalled constant speed.
Engine speed can be set after this action
by:
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RPM13
RPM14
RPM15
a - by hand throttle control i.e. by
interrupted pressing the keypads
MIN or MAX. After loosening the
keypads, the engine speed will be
changed to engine speed recalled
from the permanent memory.
b - by foot throttle control (by throttle
pedal) and the engine speed can be
increased only. After loosening the
keypads, the engine speed will be
changed to engine speed recalled
from the permanent memory.
PERMANENT MEMORY RECALL - H/O
LAMP IS ON
1. Indicator lamp H/O is on. Indicator
lamp is on in that case if you have
already recalled minimal or maximal
speed from the permanent memory.
Or if the set speed is entered in the
temporary memory.
2. Press the keypad MIN or MAX depending on which speed you want to
switch the memory of system and
keep it pressed (longer time than 0,5
sec.).
Attention! In case the indicator lamp
H/O indicated the function of temporary
memory (set speed was entered in the
temporary memory) this engine speed
will be definitively deleted after recall of
values from permanent memory.
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MEMORY RESET - RETURN TO PEDAL CONTROL
1. Indicator lamp H/O is on. Tractor
works with engine speed entered in
temporary or permanent memory.
2. Press the keypad MEM.
3. Indicator lamp H/O turns off. Temporary or permanent memory is
switched off. Set engine speed in
temporary memory is deleted, set
engine speeds in permanent memory
are kept.
Now engine speed can be set by foot
throttle pedal or hand throttle control
without any restriction (by interrupted
pressing of keypad MIN or MAX).
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
RPM16
1. SETTING THE ENTRY AND EXIT
SPEED AT TILLAGE AND ENTER TO
MEMORY
1. Indicator lamp H/O is off.
2. Set the entry and exit travel speed of
tractor by the keypad MIN or MAX
(for example 1600 RPM)
3. Press both keypads MAX and MEM.
(the speed is entered into permanent
memory).
4. Indicator lamp H/O is on.
2. SETTING THE OPERATING SPEED
AND ENTER TO TEMPORARY MEMORY
1. Turn off the indicator lamp H/O by
keypad MEM.
2. Set the operating engine speed by
foot throttle control (foot throttle
pedal)
3. Press the keypad MEM. Indicator
lamp H/O turns on. The speed is
entered in permanent memory.
3. TILLAGE WITH OPERATING SPEED
TEMPORARILY MEMORISED
Since you entered the operating engine
speed into the temporary memory no
correction of speed is necessary.
System automatically maintains the
constant level of operating engine speed
entered in the temporary memory
independently upon tractor load.
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
RPM16
4. RESET OF TEMPORARY MEMORY
AND RECALL OF ENTRY AND EXIT
SPEED MEMORY
1. Increase engine speed by foot
throttle control to avoid sudden dropping of speed.
2. Press the keypad MEM. Indicator
lamp H/O turns off. Temporary memory is switched off and entered
value is definitively lost.
3. Press and keep (longer than 0,5
sec.) the keypad MAX. You will recall
the value entered in permanent memory by this way. Now the engine
works in regime of entry and exit
speed.
5. RESET OF PERMANENT MEMORY,
SETTING THE OPERATING SPEED
AND ITS TEMPORARY MEMORISING
1. Press the keypad MEM. Indicator
lamp H/O turns off. Permanent memory is switched off.
2. Again set the operating engine speed
by foot throttle control (foot throttle
pedal).
3. Press the keypad MEM. Indicator
lamp H/O turns on. The speed is now
entered into temporary memory.
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6. TILLAGE WITH OPERATING SPEED
TEMPORARILY MEMORISED
Activities that are mentioned in point 6
are equal to point 3.
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
RPM17
1. SETTING THE PTO SPEED
Choose the PTO speed 540 or 1000
RPM by the end of rear PTO shaft.
2. SETTING THE CONSTANT TRAVEL
SPEED
1. Set the engine speed by keypad MIN
or MAX corresponding to desired
travel speed.
2. Indicator lamp H/O stays off.
3. PTO SPEED ENGAGEMENT AND
SETTING THE PTO SPEED FOR 540
OR 1000 RPM
1. Engage the independent speed of
PTO shaft.
2. Set the engine speed by foot throttle
control (foot throttle pedal) corresponding to desired speed of PTO
shaft in range 540 or 1000 RPM.
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR
RPM17
4. TEMPORARY MEMORISING THE
PTO SPEED
1. Press the keypad MAX. Indicator
lamp H/O turns on.
Since this the set engine speed corresponding the PTO speed 540 or 1000
RPM is entered in the temporary memory. System will automatically maintain
the constant speed of PTO independently upon load of tractor.
5. MANOEUVRING WITH TRACTOR
AND
RESET
OF
TEMPORARY
MEMORY
1. Disengage the PTO shaft when
manoeuvring the tractor with implement.
2. Press the keypad MEM. Indicator
lamp H/O turns off.
Since this the temporary memory is
switched off and values entered in temporary memory are definitively lost. The
engine works with speed corresponding
to travel speed set by keypads MIN or
MAX.
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OPERATION
Be familiar with shifting
pattern and test all positions of shifting lever at
stopped engine before driving the new tractor.
Be sure that the technical
status of tractor corresponds to the safety traffic
condition before driving.
Page
Before starting ........................................................................................................... 65
Starting the engine equipped with glow plugs ........................................................... 65
Starting the engine equipped with electronic thermostart ......................................... 66
If engine doesnřt start................................................................................................ 67
Forbidden starts ........................................................................................................ 67
∗ Coolant heater ........................................................................................................ 68
Starting the engine with coolant heater ..................................................................... 68
Immediately after starting .......................................................................................... 69
Preheating the engine ............................................................................................... 69
Gear shifting .............................................................................................................. 70
Reversor lever ........................................................................................................... 70
Shifting the road and reduced speeds ...................................................................... 70
Shifting from lower to higher gear speed .................................................................. 71
Shifting from higher to lower gear ............................................................................. 71
Three stage hi-lo (torque multiplier) .......................................................................... 71
Indication of hi-lo function ......................................................................................... 72
Hi-lo shiftinng ............................................................................................................ 72
Acceleratig the tractor ............................................................................................... 73
Driving uphill.............................................................................................................. 74
Driving downhill ......................................................................................................... 74
Service brakes .......................................................................................................... 74
Front drum brakes ..................................................................................................... 75
∗ Front cardan brake ................................................................................................. 75
Air trailer brakes ........................................................................................................ 75
Warning device of air pressure drop ......................................................................... 76
∗Single and double hose air brakes .......................................................................... 76
Air tanks .................................................................................................................... 76
Single hose air trailer brakes ..................................................................................... 77
Double hose air trailer brakes ................................................................................... 77
Hydraulic trailer brakes ............................................................................................. 78
Control of front driving axle ....................................................................................... 79
Driving with engaged front driving axle ..................................................................... 79
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OPERATION
Page
Free space round cardan shaft ................................................................................. 79
Stopping the tractor - parking brake .......................................................................... 80
Stopping the engine .................................................................................................. 80
Leaving the tractor .................................................................................................... 80
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OPERATION
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F 83
F 84
BEFORE STARTING
Before starting the engine be
sure that
1. the tractor is braked by
parking brake.
2. main shifting lever and reversor lever is in neutral position.
If the shifting lever is in a different then neutral position tractor can not be started - safety interlock switch is not actuated.
STARTING THE ENGINE EQUIPPED
WITH GLOW PLUGS
Tractors Z 8621 - 10641 are equipped
with glow plugs as a standard.
1. Insert the key into the key switch
("0" position).
2. Depress the clutch pedal.
3. Move the main shifting lever and
reversor lever into neutral.
4. Set the increased throttle control
(approx. 3/4 maximal delivery).
5. Turn the key into "I" position. Yellow
indication lamp on the dashboard is
“ON“. The indication lamp indicates
correct function of glowing.
In case the indication lamp is
flashing the glowing system
failed. In spite of this, the engine
can be started but without function of
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glow plugs. Let repair the indicated
failure in a specialized workshop.
6. Wait until the indication lamp is off.
7. Turn the key into "II" position (start).
8. Release the key immediately after
starting the engine. Do not start longer then 15 sec.
9. After starting the engine, reduce
gradually the fuel delivery. Avoid
running the engine at high speed.
Note: According to the personal
experiences of driver it is possible to
start sooner then glow indicating lamp is
off. Proceed similarly when starting the
hot engine.
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OPERATION
F 85
F 86
F 87
STARTING THE ENGINE EQUIPPED
WITH ELECTRONIC THERMOSTART
Tractors Z 11641 are equipped
with electronic thermostart as a
standard.
Thermostart enables starting the engine
at lower temperatures. Time of glowing
and the process of fuel ignition in suction
manifold is controlled automatically.
Note: Before proper starting we recommend to prime the fuel system by several strokes of fuel delivery pump.
1. Insert the key into the key switch
("0" position).
2. Depress the clutch pedal.
3. Move the main shifting lever and
reversor lever into neutral.
4. Turn the key through "I" position into
"II" position and (start) crank the
engine only (when “hot starts„ this
point can be eliminated).
5. Turn the key into "I" position. Yellow
indication lamp on the dashboard is
“ON“. The indicator lamp indicates
correct function of thermostart
glowing (when higher ambient temperatures the thermostart function is
not initiated).
6. Wait until the indication lamp is off.
7. Turn the key into "II" position (start).
8. Release the key immediately after
starting the engine. Do not start
longer time then 10 sec.
9. After starting the engine, avoid running the engine at high speed.
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F 88
F 89
IF ENGINE DOESN’T START
Wait 30 seconds. Turn the key into position "0" and repeat starting.
Never help to the stopping
engine by starter motor. You will
avoid damage of starter motor.
Never start longer than 10 sec. at
tractors Z 11641. Start needs to
be repeated.
FORBIDDEN STARTS
It is forbidden to start the
tractor by short circuit of
starter motor connectors.
Start from the driver’s seat
only.
Disconnect the ground battery
pole, shift all levers into neutral
position, including PTO engagement, when any manipulation
with starter or repairing it. A
cover protects starter motor connectors.
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∗ COOLANT HEATER
Coolant heater is assembled into engine
block as an option. At tractors Z 8621 Z 10641output of heater is 1000 W with
voltage 220 V of alternating electrical
current.
At tractors Z 11641 output of
heater is 500 W with voltage 220
V of alternating electrical current
F 91
STARTING THE ENGINE WITH COOLANT HEATER
Heater enables starting the engine at low ambient temperature by preheating the
coolant. The electrical installation and its protection against electrical shock hazard
must be done according to the proper regulations
1. Plug the heater first.
2. Plug the cable with heater into 220 V electricity after.
With regard to reduction of engine wear when starting at low temperatures, producer
recommends to use heater. The time of preheating depends upon the ambient
temperature (1 to 2 hours are sufficient before supposed starting).
After heating, unplug the electricity first and the heater after.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD!
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F 93
IMMEDIATELY AFTER STARTING
After starting set the engine
speed to 800 up to 1000 RPM
and let the engine idle for 3
minutes without load.
In this time check for proper lubrication,
charging (indicator lights must be “off“)
and other functions assuring the correct
engine operation. Time of engine idle
without load must be kept especially in
winter season.
PREHEATING THE ENGINE
Continue with farther preheating the engine already while driving. Warming
up the engine by long idle run or fast increase of speed is dangerous for the
engine.
Do not exceed engine speed above 2 000 RPM until the coolant temperature
reaches 45°C.
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F 94
F 95
F 96
GEAR SHIFTING
Tractors are equipped with four speed
synchronized gearbox, three stage
power shift - Hi-Lo (torque multiplier)
reversor, and two stage reduction gear.
Four-speed gearbox is shifted by the
main shifting lever with grip push buttons
intended for Hi-Lo control (1). Forward
and reverse speed is shifted by reversor
lever (2).
The fourth speed can not be
shifted when shifted reverse
speed (it is blocked).
REVERSOR LEVER
You select the tractor direction by
reversor shifting lever (forward, reverse).
Forward speed (24 speeds)
FA - Neutral
R - reverse speed (18 speeds)
There are 18 reverse gears available at
reversible gearbox, the reverse speeds
are approximately so fast as forward
speeds. Thatřs why take this well into
consideration and choose the suitable
reverse speed for the given character of
the operation.
Shift the reversor with depressed
clutch pedal and with stopped
tractor.
Shift the reverse lever into position R
SHIFTING THE ROAD AND REDUCED
SPEEDS
H - Road speeds
N - neutral
Reduced speeds
LGear shifting of reduced speeds is the
same as shifting of road speeds.
Shifting lever of road - reduced
speeds can be shifted at stopped
tractor only.
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F 97
F 98
F 99
SHIFTING FROM LOWER TO HIGHER
GEAR SPEED
Depress the clutch pedal (clutch
disengaged). In the same time loosen
the throttle pedal and shift the proper
higher gear speed. Fluently release the
clutch pedal (the clutch starts engaging)
and simultaneously increase engine
speed.
SHIFTING FROM HIGHER TO LOWER
GEAR
Depress the clutch pedal and shift the
shifting lever through neutral position to
lower gear speed.
Note: So-called double clutching can be
used for increasing the life of
synchronizers when shifting from higher
to lower gears.
THREE STAGE HI-LO (TORQUE MULTIPLIER)
Three stage Hi-Lo is a standard
equipment of all tractor types.
The particular stage of Hi-Lo is shifted
by means of two push buttons located
on the shifting lever grip.
Shifting is done without depressing the
travel clutch (power shift).
The shifting alone is automatic even
under the load of tractor.
gear ratio 1,00 (Hi)
H
gear ratio 1,16 (middle)
M
gear ratio 1,34 (Lo)
L
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F 100
INDICATION OF HI-LO FUNCTION
The particular shifted stages of Hi-Lo
(H,M,L) are indicated by indicator lamps
with symbols of turtles.
Lamps with symbols are off
H
One lamp with turtle symbol is on
M
Two lamps with turtle symbol are
L
on
Note: The stage
is automatically
shifted when starting or stopping the
tractor.
F 101
HI-LO SHIFTINNG
Travel speed increased
H
Travel speed decreased
L
F 102
2xH Travel speed increased by two
stages
2xL Travel speed decreased by two
stages
Note: Description of push buttons right,
left“ is taken in forward direction of
tractor travel.
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ACCELERATIG THE TRACTOR
1. Select road or reduced gear.
2. Depress the clutch pedal.
3. Shift the main shifting lever and
reversor lever into neutral.
4. Start the engine.
5. Set the engine speed to 750 up to
800 RPM.
6. Shift the reversor lever into the
desired direction of tractor movement
(forward or reverse).
7. Shift the proper gear speed suitable
for starting the movement
8. Slightly increase the engine speed.
9. Prepare the parking brake for releasing.
10. Release the clutch pedal up to point
where the tractor starts to move and
simultaneously with engine speed
increasing, continue with smooth
releasing the clutch.
11. Fully release the parking brake.
12. Accelerate smoothly and slowly.
Fast acceleration can cause the
overload of transmission, increased fuel
consumption, excessive tire wear and
damage of the transported load.
st
Use the 1 gear only for accelerating
when driving with heavy trailer uphill and
in heavy terrain.
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F 104
F 105
F 106
DRIVING UPHILL
Shift from higher to lower speed
in time when going uphill, to
avoid dropping the engine speed
below 800 RPM and stopping the
engine by overloading.
DRIVING DOWNHILL
Driving downhill without the shifted gear is forbidden. If driving
down the long hill, shift so low
gear the sharper one the hill is. If
possible shift the lower gear
before driving downhill.
Remember: The gear you use reliably
for driving uphill is safely suitable for
driving downhill.
SERVICE BRAKES
Service brakes are of disc wet type,
hydraulically actuated with double pedal,
and automatic pressure compensator.
Both brake pedals must be
latched together when driving on
the road.
Use unlatched pedals only for
braking right or left wheel
separately when working in
terrain and fields.
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F 107
F 108
F 109
FRONT DRUM BRAKES
Front drum brakes are assembled on
tractors with front non-driven axle
Z 8621, Z 9621 as an option.
Front brake is not in function
when braking with one pedal
only.
∗ FRONT CARDAN BRAKE
Front cardan brake is assembled on
tractors with front driving axle as an
option.
Front cardan brake is assembled as a
standard on 4WD tractors with transmission for 40 km/h.
Moreover there is a cardan brake
amplifier as standard equipment
at tractors Z 11641.
AIR TRAILER BRAKES
The control of air trailer brake is
synchronized with tractor brake control
including the brake effect.
Operating pressure is set by a pressure
valve (regulator) adjusted to 740
20
kPa. If the pressure drops under 550
40 kPa the priority valve disconnects
pneumatic circuits of secondary appliances: differential lock control, front
wheel drive control, three point hitch
pneumatic control, Hi-Lo (torque multiplier), PTO control.
Front cardan brake is not in
function when braking with one
pedal only.
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F 110
F 111
F 111a
WARNING DEVICE OF AIR PRESSURE DROP
Dropping of air pressure under critical
margin 450 kPa is indicated by red
indicator lamp located on the dashboard.
Tractor with a braked trailer can
not continue in driving when air
pressure drops under the critical
margin and until the pressure is
increased
∗SINGLE AND DOUBLE HOSE AIR
BRAKES
I - Coupling of single hose air brake
system.
II - Couplings of double hose air brake
system.
Couplings must be covered by a
cap if the trailer is not hitched.
AIR TANKS
Tractors are equipped with an air tank of
capacity 12 l as a standard. The air tank
is located on the right side of tractor in
front of the rear axle.
When the tractor is equipped with air
trailer brakes an extra air tank of capacity 12 l is assembled on the left hand
side of tractor in front of the rear axle as
a standard.
Both air tanks are assembled on
tractors Z 11641 as a standard
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F 112
F 113
SINGLE HOSE AIR TRAILER BRAKES
Operating pressure is set by a pressure
valve (regulator) adjusted to 600
20
kPa. Capacity of both air tanks is 24 l.
The allowed speed of tractor
equipped with single hose air
trailer brakes and with hitched
trailer is max. 25 km/h.
DOUBLE
HOSE
AIR
TRAILER
BRAKES
Operating pressure is set to 740
20
kPa Capacity of air tanks is 24 l. Left
coupling cover is yellow, right coupling
cover is red.
The allowed speed of tractor
equipped with double hose air
trailer brakes and with hitched
trailer is max. 40 km/h .
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F 114
HYDRAULIC TRAILER BRAKES
Hydraulic trailer brake control is synchronized with braking the tractor including the
braking effect. Operating pressure is activated by pressure of oil from hydraulic
pump (1). The hydraulic valve (2) is introduced in the circuit of hydraulic pump. The
hydraulic pump is of gear type (pump can not be disengaged).
The hydraulic trailer brake valve is controlled by the brake fluid pressure activated in
master brake cylinder depending upon the force on brake pedal. The pressure in
brake coupling (4) must be 12 - 15 MPa at maximal press on the brake pedal. Trailer
brake valve prioritizes the function of brake to control of hydraulic. Do not forget to
bleed the trailer brake valve (2) by vent screw (3) when bleeding the service brakes.
In case there are hydraulic shocks in hydraulic circuit if applied service brake pedals
it is necessary to bleed the hose (5) coming from brake valve (2) to quick-coupler
(4).
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F 116
F 117
F 117a
CONTROL OF FRONT DRIVING AXLE
Front driving axle is engaged in basic
position (indicator lamp is “ON„). It is
disengaged by a switch on the
dashboard.
a - Front axle is disengaged
b - Front axle is engaged
Front driving axle is engaged at stopped
tractor (stopped tractor, stopped engine).
At tractors with pin diff. lock of
front driving axle the differential
lock must not be locked when
driving on the road! Danger of
accident when turning!
DRIVING WITH ENGAGED FRONT
DRIVING AXLE
Use the front driving axle when
slipping the rear wheels and for
increasing the traction force.
Driving with engaged front diving
axle on the road and hard
surface causes an excessive
wear of front tires.
Permanent engagement of front driving
axle is possible if a front agriculture
machine or implement is attached to the
tractor. This is specified in operator řs
manual of a particular machine.
Maximal allowed speed of tractor with
such attachment is 15 km/h.
FREE SPACE ROUND CARDAN
SHAFT
Ensure the free space minimally
10 mm round cardan shaft when
assembling aggregates or attaching implements. This space
must be round the whole length
of cardan shaft within any its
inclinations.
If this rule is not fixed, danger of
tractor damage or machine accident is possible!
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F 119
A 120
STOPPING THE TRACTOR - PARKING
BRAKE
At normal conditions stop the tractor
gently and slowly.
Shortly before stopping:
1. Depress the clutch pedal
2. Move the main shifting lever into
neutral
3. At each tractor stopping set the
parking brake and so protect the
tractor against accidental movement.
Indicator lamp located on the dash
indicates parking brake setting.
STOPPING THE ENGINE
Engine must be cooled after work with
fully loaded tractor.
1. First reduce the engine speed to 800
- 1000 RPM before stopping the
engine and let it run without load
approximately for 5 minutes.
2. Move the throttle control lever into
STOP position.
3. Pull up the stopping device and keep
it in pulled position up to stopping the
engine.
At tractors Z 11641 with electronic governor the engine is stopped by turning the key in key
switch into “0“ position.
LEAVING THE TRACTOR
Key can be turned from "I" position into
"0" position at stopped tractor only
indicator lamp of charging must be ON.
Tractor must be properly assured
against accidental moving when on the
hill: braked, with engine “off “, reverse
gear shifted and with low gear shifted by
main shifting lever Wheels must be
locked by blocks.
Remove the key from the key
switch and lock the cab at cab
tractors before leaving.
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Page
General rules for running in the new tractor within first 100 hours ............................ 84
First 10 hours ............................................................................................................ 84
After 10 hours............................................................................................................ 85
After 10 hours............................................................................................................ 85
After 50 hours............................................................................................................ 85
After 70 hours............................................................................................................ 86
After 70 hours............................................................................................................ 86
After 70 hours............................................................................................................ 86
After 100 hours.......................................................................................................... 87
After 100 hours.......................................................................................................... 87
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GENERAL RULES FOR RUNNING IN
THE NEW TRACTOR WITHIN FIRST
100 HOURS
Within the first 100 operating hours:
- load the engine normally
- avoid the partial engine load at
operation
- avoid the long operation at low idle
- frequently inspect the engine oil level
(the increased oil consumption is
normal in this time)
- check the hardware connections
especially connections of highly
stressed parts of the tractor
- immediately
remove
all
found
problems. You will avoid subsequent
damage eventually even traffic hazard
- use a similar process also
general repair of engine.
F 121
F 122
after
FIRST 10 HOURS
- run in the tractor at transport
operating
- tighten front and rear wheel nuts by
prescribed torque
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F 124
F 125
AFTER 10 HOURS
We recommend to drain or suck off the
preheated oil from transmission and to
filter it by means of filtration device with
filtration capability 20 ’ m.
Transmission is equipped with 5 draining
openings (1x clutch housing, 1x gearbox,
3x differential housing).
AFTER 10 HOURS
Remove and clean the magnetic
element (1) and strainer element of
transmission oil suction cleaner (2).
Wash both elements in petrol and
reassemble after dripping. If necessary
add the oil up to the upper mark of
dipstick (3). Now you can use the
complete hydraulic system of tractor
without restrictions.
AFTER 50 HOURS
At tractors Z 11641 drain the hot
running in oil from engine and
exchange the full-flow engine oil
filter. Fill in the engine with new oil to the
prescribed level - upper mark of oil
dipstick (inspects after engine cranking
and oil level stabilizing). It is necessary
to let the engine run few minutes before
refilling the oil.
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F 127
F 128
AFTER 70 HOURS
At tractors Z 8621 - 10641drain the hot
oil from engine and exchange the fullflow engine oil filter. Fill in the engine
with new oil to the prescribed level
(upper mark of oil dipstick - inspect it
after cranking the engine and stabilizing
the oil level). It is necessary to let the
engine run few minutes before refilling
the oil.
AFTER 70 HOURS
Check the torque of cylinder head (at the
cold engine, by prescribed torque in
prescribed sequence of screws).
Do checking, adjustment, head retightening and adjustment of valve
clearance in an authorized service.
AFTER 70 HOURS
Remove and clean:
- magnetic element of transmission
suction filter (1)
- strainer element of transmission oil
suction cleaner (2)
Exchange:
- paper element of full-flow fine cleaner
(3)
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F 130
AFTER 100 HOURS
After running in you can work with the
tractor without any restrictions.
The operating regime at tractors Z 8621
- Z 10641:
recommended
operating speed
1400 - 2300 RPM
low idle speed
700 - 650 RPM
operating
oil
0,2 - 0,5 MPa
pressure
oil pressure at
low idle speed
min. 0,05 MPa
coolant
80 - 95“C
temperature
AFTER 100 HOURS
After running in you can work
with the tractor without any
restrictions. The operating regime at tractors Z 11641:
maximal speed
2350 RPM
recommended
operating speed
1400 - 2450 RPM
low idle speed
700 „ 10 RPM
operating
oil
0,35 MPa
pressure
oil pressure at
min. 0,05 MPa
low idle speed
coolant
temperature
80 - 100“C
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Strana
Front hook ................................................................................................................. 92
Trailer hitch ............................................................................................................... 92
Mechanical mouth of trailer hitch .............................................................................. 92
Automatic mouth of trailer hitch ................................................................................. 93
Swinging drawbar...................................................................................................... 93
Pick up hitch combined with drawbar ........................................................................ 94
Exchange of hook for drawbar .................................................................................. 94
Drawbar of combined pick up hitch ........................................................................... 94
Mechanical unlock of carrier hooks ........................................................................... 95
Hydraulic unlock of carrier hooks .............................................................................. 95
Drawbar..................................................................................................................... 96
Trailer implementation............................................................................................... 96
Before driving be sure that the
tractor technical status corresponds to the safe traffic
requirements. Verify hitching the
trailer and fixing the transported
load if attached trailer or agricultural implement. Never leave
the tractor being in move for
attaching the trailer yourself.
Keep also safety of your assistant
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F 133
F 134
FRONT HOOK
Front hook is used only for pulling the
tractor that is without any attached trailer
or implements.
Use the pull bar or rope when
releasing the tractor. Never use
chains!
Hazard of dead injury when the
chain is interrupted!
At tractors Z 11641 the front
hook is a part of ballast weight
support.
Note: When assembled front ballast
weight, the pin of front canister weight
can be used for emergency releasing the
tractor.
TRAILER HITCH
Trailer hitch is used for attaching the
four-wheel trailers or light two-wheel
trailers. The trailer hitch is height adjustable in 3 positions by 100 mm. When
working with different agricultural machines it is often necessary to adjust, tilt, or
eventually remove the hitch with support.
MECHANICAL MOUTH OF TRAILER
HITCH
Hitch pin diameter is 30 mm. Maximal
vertical static load is 10 kN.
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F 136
AUTOMATIC MOUTH OF TRAILER
HITCH
For attaching the trailer do the following pull out the latch (1) and simultaneously
raise the main hitch pin (3) into its upper
position by means of lever (2). Pin
automatically slides into trailer yoke eye
after coupling the mouth and yoke. Be
sure the latch is back in position after
coupling trailer.
Maximal allowed vertical static load is 10
kN.
SWINGING DRAWBAR
Swinging drawbar can be set side to
side in 5 positions by 80 mm. Drawbar is
fixed by the clevis in desired position.
The drawbar can be longitudinally set in
two positions - measured from the end of
PTO shaft (350 or 400 mm).
Cross bar above the drawbar enables an
operation with implements requiring the
floating position of swinging drawbar
(with disassembled clevis)
Maximal vertical static load of drawbar
clevis is 12 kN.
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F 139
F 140
PICK UP HITCH COMBINED WITH
DRAWBAR
Pick up hitch is intended for coupling the
two-wheel trailers with yoke corresponding to ISO 5692 (the internal yoke
eye diameter is 50 mm and eye height is
30 mm). Pick up hitch hook is hydraulically raised and lowered by means of
length adjustable telescopic links.
The allowed vertical static load of hitch is
24 kN at tractors Z 8621 - 10641.
The allowed vertical static load of
hitch is 30 kN at tractors
Z 11641.
Pick up hitch is capable for pulling the
maximal traction force.
EXCHANGE OF HOOK FOR DRAWBAR
The hitch is also equipped with drawbar
that is in the opposite side of hitch hook.
Drawbar can have three working
positions. Change of hitch hook for
drawbar is carried out by lowering the
hitch hook carrier into position suitable
for removing pins (a). Afterwards the
hitch hook is removed from the carrier
and inserted into such position that the
swinging drawbar clevis is in front of
carrier.
DRAWBAR OF COMBINED PICK UP
HITCH
Maximal vertical static load is 12 kN.
Drawbar is capable for pulling the
maximal traction force of tractor.
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F 142
F 143
MECHANICAL UNLOCK OF CARRIER
HOOKS
Carrier hooks are unlocked by lever
located on the left hand side of driver ’s
seat.
a - transport position
b - hook of hitch is unlocked (lowered)
1. Lift hydraulic arms into the upper
position (with position control)
2. Move the pick up hitch control lever
into position (b) and keep it.
3. Lower hydraulic arms into low
position “ release the lever of pick up
hitch control within lowering operation “ it comes back into its
previous position.
4. Attach or disattach the trailer.
5. Lift hydraulic arms into upper position.
6. Hooks snap under pins; afterwards
lower hydraulic arms a little.
7. Telescopic links must not be
stretched! Keep the minimal play
(x)!
HYDRAULIC UNLOCK OF CARRIER
HOOKS
At tractors equipped with ∗ hydraulic
control of pick up hitch the pick up hitch
lowering is controlled by selective control
valve lever (usually right SCV lever or
according to operator’s choice).
1. Lift hydraulic arms into the upper
position (with position control).
2. Apply pressure oil into quick-coupler
where the hydraulic cylinder is
connected.
Carrier
hooks
are
unlocked
by
this
way
and
subsequently return the lever into its
neutral position.
3. Lower rear three point hitch into its
low position.
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F 145
4. Apply the back-pressure into hydraulic cylinder within lowering operation. Carrier hooks come back into
their operating position by this way.
Than return the lever into neutral
position.
5. Attach or disattach the trailer.
6. Lift hydraulic arms into upper position.
7. Hooks snap under pins;
8. Lower hydraulic arms a little.
9. Telescopic links must not be
stretched! Keep the minimal play
(x)!
DRAWBAR
Drawbar is height adjustable by the
hydraulic lifting system within its hole
lifting range. Only agricultural implements loading permanently the drawbar
downwards can be attached to the
drawbar. Maximal vertical static load is 8
kN.
Disassemble the trailer hitch with
support when working with the
drawbar.
TRAILER IMPLEMENTATION
Tractor must be implemented only with
suitable tractor trailer because tractor
service brakes and air brakes of trailer
must match together.
Static rear axle load must not exceed the
max. allowed axle load of tractor when
implemented with two wheel trailer.
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Type
Type
Allowed vertical
static load
Allowed vertical
static load
10 kN
12 kN
12 kN
5 kN
24 kN
Maximal weight of implemented braked trailer must not
exceed value mentioned in warning tractor label and
value mentioned in a technical license of vehicle.
Maximal speed of implemented tractor is given by
max. allowed speed of slower vehicle.
30 kN
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Allowed load of pick up hitch at tractors Z 8621, Z 8641, Z 9621, Z 9641, Z 10641, Z 11641. Values are valid for tractor with f ront
ballast weight according to the table, without ballast weight of rear wheels, at max. allowed load of rear axle
Speed
(km/h)
8
20
30
F
(kN)
Tractor Type
18
Z 8621
Z 9621
Tractor equipment
Ballast weights (pcs) = total weight of ballast weights - kg
Weight in front of frame (1+2) = 90 kg
Under-frame weight (1+3) = 120 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
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Z 8641
Z 9641
Z 10641
Under-frame weight (1+3) = 120 kg
Weight in front of frame (1+7) = 240 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
18,4-38
28
Z 11641
18,4-38
30
Z 11641
10
Z 8621
Z 9621
Under-frame weight (2) = 96 kg
Front weight (weight support + 14) = 619 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
Front three point hitch + weight (16) = 456 kg
Front PTO
without ballast weight of rear wheels
Weight in front of frame (1+2) = 90 kg
Under-frame weight (1+3) = 120 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
18
Z 8641
Z 9641
Z 10641
Under-frame weight (1+3) = 120 kg
Weight in front of frame (1+7) = 240 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
24
Z 11641
Under-frame weight (2) = 96 kg
Front weight (weight support + 14) = 619 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
Tire
16,9-34
18,4-34
16,9-38
16,9-34
18,4-34
16,9-38
18,4-38
16,9-34
18,4-34
16,9-38
16,9-34
18,4-34
16,9-38
18,4-38
18,4-38
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TRANSPORTATION
Speed
(km/h)
Tire
F
(kN)
Tractor Type
20
30
18,4-38
25
Z 11641
-
Z 8621
Z 9621
Tractor equipment
Ballast weights (pcs) = total weight of Ballast weights - kg
Front three point hitch + weight (16) = 456 kg
Front PTO
without ballast weight of rear wheels
Weight in front of frame (1+2) = 90 kg
Under-frame weight (1+3) = 120 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
18
Z 8641
Z 9641
Z 10641
Under-frame weight (1+3) = 120 kg
Weight in front of frame (1+7) = 240 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
18,4-38
24
Z 11641
18,4-38
25
Z 11641
40
F (kN)
16,9-34
18,4-34
16,9-38
16,9-34
18,4-34
16,9-38
18,4-38
Under-frame weight (2) = 96 kg
Front weight (weight support + 14) = 619 kg
without ballast weight of rear wheels
Front three point hitch + weight (16) = 456 kg
Front PTO
without ballast weight of rear wheels
- Allowed load of pick up hitch
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DRIVING THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINES
Page
Operating with PTO................................................................................................. 102
Control of front and rear PTO .................................................................................. 102
Rear PTO - shifting the independent and ground speed ......................................... 102
Shifting the independent speed of rear PTO ........................................................... 103
PTO shaft ends ....................................................................................................... 103
Front PTO - sense of speed .................................................................................... 103
PTO shafts - covers ................................................................................................ 104
Check the speed compatibility of
both, tractor PTO and driven
shaft of machine before attaching
the machine driven by PTO (540
or 1000 RPM). Different PTO
speeds may cause serious damage and accidents.
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DRIVING THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINES
F 146
F 147
F 148
OPERATING WITH PTO
Take care for proper assembly of all
covers and guards when working with
PTO. Always reassemble the PTO shaft
guard after finishing the work.
Connect and disconnect the
cardan shaft of attached machine
only after shifting the lever of
independent and ground speed
into neutral position - N!
Repair or clean the PTO driven
machine parts only with stopped
engine, disengaged clutch and
after shifting the lever of
independent and ground speed
into neutral position ’ N!
CONTROL OF FRONT AND REAR PTO
Front and rear PTO clutches are controlled electro-hydraulically.
They are controlled by switches on the
right cab pillar.
P - Switch controls the electromagnetic valve of front PTO
ZSwitch controls the electromagnetic valve of rear PTO
Both PTO shafts (front and rear) are
controlled after pressing both switches.
Function of PTO shafts is indicated by
lightening of symbols on switches.
REAR PTO - SHIFTING THE INDEPENDENT AND GROUND SPEED
PTO PTO independent speed is
shifted
NNeutral position
PTO
synchro - PTO ground speed is
shifted
(PTO
speed
depends upon the tractor
speed)
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SHIFTING THE INDEPENDENT SPEED
OF REAR PTO
Independent speed of rear PTO is
shifted by turning of PTO shaft end ∅ 35
mm.
1. Remove the PTO shaft end cover.
2. Release the shim.
3. Remove and return the shaft end.
4. Slide back the shaft end in the
opposite direction.
F 150
Speed (RPM)
540 and 1000
standard (A)
540 and 1000
standard (B)
∗750 and 1000
option (A)
∗1000
option
F 151
FRONT PTO - SENSE OF SPEED
PTO SHAFT ENDS
Shaft end
540 - 6 splines
1000 - 21 splines
standard
540 - 6 splines
1000 - 6 splines
option
750 - 6 splines
1000 - 21 splines
Change of speed
is not possible ’
shaft end is not
exchangeable
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Speed (RPM)
1000
Shaft end
1000 - 21 splines
At tractors Z 8621 ’ 10641 the sense of
PTO speed is equal to engine speed
sense (a).
At tractors Z 11641 two versions
of PTO speed sense are
possible:
a - clock wise (equal to engine
speed)
b - ∗ anti clock wise
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DRIVING THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINES
F 151a
PTO SHAFTS - COVERS
1. PTO shaft cover - steel
2. PTO shaft cover
3. Front PTO shaft cover - ISO
4. PTO shaft cover
5. PTO shaft cover for trailer hitch
After finishing the work protect PTO
shaft by a cover.
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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Strana
Hydraulic system ..................................................................................................... 108
Hydraulic pump ....................................................................................................... 108
Hydraulic inner circuit .............................................................................................. 108
Inner circuit control lever ......................................................................................... 109
Control mode selection lever ................................................................................... 109
Response rate control lever .................................................................................... 110
Electro-pneumatic control of hydraulic .................................................................... 110
Cab control switch ................................................................................................... 111
Control switch on fender ......................................................................................... 111
Use of switches ....................................................................................................... 111
Hydraulic outer circuit.............................................................................................. 112
Max. oil capacity supplied from hydraulic outer outlets ........................................... 112
Rear outlets of hydraulic outer circuit ...................................................................... 113
Outer circuit control lever ........................................................................................ 114
Control of single-acting hydraulic cylinder ............................................................... 114
Control of double-acting hydraulic cylinder ............................................................. 115
Control of double-acting hydraulic cylinder ............................................................. 115
Outlets of front outer circuit ..................................................................................... 115
Connection of machines and implements to hydraulic outer circuit ........................ 116
Selective control valve ............................................................................................ 117
Four-position section ............................................................................................... 118
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F 153
F 154
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Hydraulic system consists of inner and
outer circuit. The hydraulic pump of gear
type delivers the pressure oil into
system.
The oil for hydraulic system is used from
common oil filling of gearbox and
differential case.
HYDRAULIC PUMP
The hydraulic pump can not be
disengaged. If the engine runs the
hydraulic pump works.
Hydraulic pump is available in two sizes:
Pump Capacity
Pump Type
1.
UC 20
60 l/min
2.
UC 25
70 l/min
HYDRAULIC INNER CIRCUIT
At tractors Z 8621 - 10641 the hydraulic
inner circuit is controlled by the inner
circuit control lever (1), control mode
selection lever (2) and response rate
control lever (3). Adjustable stop (4)
maintains the inner circuit control lever in
the selected position (this is not valid for
tractors equipped with electro-hydraulic)
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F 155
INNER CIRCUIT CONTROL LEVER
Inner circuit control lever controls:
a - lifting the implement into transport
position (max. lifting)
b - height adjustment of three point
hitch with implements when selected
position control and height adjustment of tillage depth when selected
draft or mixed control
c - setting so called floating position
when working with implement equipped with its own supporting wheel.
F 156
CONTROL MODE SELECTION LEVER
Lever has three positions marked by P, M, and D:
P - Position control - Implement attached in the three point hitch is automatically
maintained in the constant height (position) with regard to the tractor.
M - Mix control - is a combination of position and draft control. This is suitable
especially for tilling in soils with various resistance.
D - Draft control - Implement attached in the three point hitch is automatically
readjusted depending upon the change of soil resistance.
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F 158
RESPONSE RATE CONTROL LEVER
Lever controls the distributor in hydraulic
valve and this divides the flow of oil to
inner or outer circuit. The oil flow in inner
circuit is the smallest if the lever is
moved into forward horizontal position.
Hydraulic response rate is reduced by
restriction of the oil flow when selected
draft or mix control, for example when
tilling in various soil conditions.
ELECTRO-PNEUMATIC CONTROL OF HYDRAULIC
This is an additional control of hydraulic that enables lifting the three-point hitch into
its highest position without changing the position of inner circuit control lever. This
device is controlled either by electrical switch on right cab pillar (1) from driver ’s seat
or by outer electrical switches on both ends of rear fenders (2) from outside.
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F 160
F 161
CAB CONTROL SWITCH
Cab control switch is used for lifting the
implement when turning the tractor in the
end of field. Pressing the switch lifts
implement. Implement is lowered into
previous position destined by inner
circuit lever after turning the switch into
off.
CONTROL SWITCH ON FENDER
Control switch on fender makes
attaching the implement easy. Driver can
handle movement of three point hitch
lower links from outside. The hitch is
lifted when the switch is pressed. The
implement is lowered into previous
position destined by inner circuit lever
after releasing the switch.
When the tractor is equipped
witch pick up hitch do not lift the
rear three point hitch by switches
on fenders up to the highest
position! Danger of damaging the
hitch!
USE OF SWITCHES
Operator must stand outside the
operating range of attached implement when manipulating with
three-point hitch by means of
electrical switches to avoid
catching by implement or injury.
For lifting the implement into transport
position you must use the control lever
of inner circuit. Move the lever into upper
position. The implement must be
lowered to ground when stopping the
tractor with attached implement (the
implement must not be left in lifted
position).
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F 163
HYDRAULIC OUTER CIRCUIT
Hydraulic outer circuit delivers the pressure oil into hydraulic implements connected to hydraulic outer outlets equipped with quick-couplers. Quick-coupler
sockets “ rear (A) and front (B) have
inner diameter 12,5 mm and they correspond to the international standard
ISO 5675.
MAX. OIL CAPACITY SUPPLIED FROM HYDRAULIC OUTER OUTLETS
Max. 12 litters of oil can be temporarily supplied from outer outlets for filling
the hydraulic cylinders of attached implements. This is considered with
standard oil level in transmission i.e. up to upper mark of oil dipstick and if
the tractor does not work in hilly conditions. For increasing the supplied oil
capacity it is possible to add up to 15 l of oil into transmission.
When bigger supply of oil the transmission oil level can drop so low that the
pump of hydraulic and transmission might draw in the air. In this case not
only the pump and also the Hi-Lo or PTO clutch could be damaged
It is necessary to pay attention when disconnecting and connecting the hydraulic
quick-couplers because of residual pressure being in female or eventually male of
quick-couplers. Taking ecology into consideration remove the spilt oil by a textile
cloth after any disattaching the quick-couplers.
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F 163b
F 163c
REAR OUTLETS OF HYDRAULIC
OUTER CIRCUIT
In basic version the outlets of hydraulic
outer circuit are equipped with three
quick-couplers. Quick-couplers No "1"
and No "2" are pressurized. Pressure is
in particular quick-coupler depending
upon position of outer circuit control
lever. The third quick-coupler No "0" is
connected directly with differential case
space and is intended for turning the oil
from hydraulic implements (for example
from rotary hydro-motors etc.).
Location of quick-couplers corresponds
to tractor hydraulic equipment without
SCV.
Location of quick-couplers corresponds
to tractor hydraulic equipment with two
section SCV.
Location of quick-couplers corresponds
to tractor hydraulic equipment with
electro-hydraulic and with three section
SCV.
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OUTER CIRCUIT CONTROL LEVER
Control lever has three positions marked on label.
a - Pressure is in quick-coupler No "1", quick-coupler No "2" is connected with
return line. Lever is moved into its rear margin position. The lever must be
kept in this position otherwise it is automatically turned into neutral position
"b".
b - Neutral position (locked). Outlets of quick-couplers No "1" and "2" are closed
and the oil is blocked in attached hydraulic implement. The lever is
automatically kept by spring in this position.
c - Floating (free) position. Both outlets of quick-couplers No "1" and "2" are
connected with return line and the oil can freely flow in both directions. Lever
is locked by valve ball lock in this position.
d - Pressure in quick-coupler No "2", quick-coupler No "1" is connected with
return line. Lever is moved into its forward margin position. lever must be kept
in this position otherwise it is automatically turned into floating position "c".
F 165
CONTROL
OF
SINGLE-ACTING
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
Single-acting hydraulic cylinder is ever
connected with quick-coupler No "1":
lever is in position "a"
lifting
(pressure in quickcoupler No "1„)
lifting finished
lever is moved to
position "b" - neutral
lowering
lever is moved to
position "c" - floating
Lowering
lever is moved to
finished
position "b" “ neutral
Note: Picture F 165 shows location of
quick-couplers in basic configuration and
configuration with two section SCV.
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F 167
F 168
CONTROL
OF
DOUBLE-ACTING
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
Double-acting hydraulic cylinder is nocnected with quick-coupler No "1" and No
"2 :
Movement
in (lever in position "a" “
one direction
pressure in quickcoupler "1")
Movement
(lever in position "b" “
finished
neutral)
Movement
in (lever in position "d" opposite
pressure in quickdirection
coupler "2")
Movement
(lever in position "b" finished
neutral)
CONTROL
OF
DOUBLE-ACTING
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
Outer circuit control lever must
be moved as quickly as possible
over position ’c" (floating position) when working with doubleacting
hydraulic
cylinder).
Because both sides of cylinder
are connected with the return line
and so the uncontrolled movement of piston rod can start.
OUTLETS OF FRONT OUTER CIRCUIT
Front outlets are assembled on panel in
the front right part of tractor. Front
outlets are assembled together with
SCV. They are intended for work with
front attached implements. Marking of
outlets and their use is the same as at
rear ones.
A - Tractor is equipped with hydraulic
equipment with SCV.
B - Tractor is equipped with electrohydraulic and three section SCV.
Tractor Z 11641 is equipped with
electro-hydraulic
and
three
section SCV as a standard.
Note: Picture F 166 shows location of
quick-couplers in basic configuration and
configuration with two section SCV.
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CONNECTION OF MACHINES AND IMPLEMENTS TO HYDRAULIC OUTER
CIRCUIT
Connection of machines and implements combined with more parts
Agricultural machines that are combined from more parts ( combinators, skids, and
harrows), are often equipped with outer frames which are hinged to the middle
frame. This configuration needs to control folding of outer frames. These outer
frames are folded by independent hydraulic cylinders. For folding, cylinders are
connected with outer circuit of tractor hydraulic. When working with such implement
it is necessary to control folding of outer frames by raising the control lever of outer
circuit upward. Moving the control lever upward ensures that the pressure oil in
quick-coupler "1" lifts frames to vertical (transport) position. Quick-coupler "2" is
connected with drain.
Connection of rotary hydromotor
If the rotary hydromotor is connected with hydraulic outer circuit, the oil return line
must be ever connected with quick-coupler "0".
Connection of reversible hydromotor
If the reversible hydromotor is used the oil lines must be connected with quickcouplers "1" and "2". In this case both lines must be equipped with relief valves
which will limit the pressure peaks when stopping the machine. The oil return line
from these valves is connected with quick-coupler "0".
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F 171
F 172
SELECTIVE CONTROL VALVE
The SCV is intended for attached agricultural machines that need the separate
control of two hydraulic equipment. The
SCV is located on the left-hand side of
tractor underneath the cab and is equipped with four-section valve having a
floating position.
Selective control valve is either twosection or three-section type.
Control levers of SCV sections (A) are
located on the right rear fender. Front
outlets of outer circuit (B) or rear outlets
of outer circuit are assembled together
with selective control valve (C).
Selective control valve with two sections
is assembled on tractors with mechanical control of hydraulic, each of them is
with four-position version.
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F 173
Selective control valves with three
sections are assembled on tractors
equipped with electro-hydraulic, each of
section is with four-position version.
F 173a
FOUR-POSITION SECTION
1
2
3
4
Rear margin position
Pressure oil flows to quick-coupler
"4" or "6"
Middle position
neutral (blocked)
Front margin position
Pressure oil flows to quick-coupler
"3" or "5"
Lever returns automatically to
middle position.
Control lever can be moved forward
through position III to position IV by
increased force.
Floating position (free). Both quickcouplers "3" and "4" or "5" and "6"
are connected with return line.
F 173b
At two-section SCV the floating position
is in a margin position of control lever
opposite to outer circuit of regulation
hydraulic.
The first (right) section of SCV is
equipped with hydraulic lock in pressure
positions.
A - At two-section SCV this is a section
controlling quick-couplers 3 and
4.
B - At three-section SCV this is a
section controlling quick-couplers 1
and 2 .
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Page
Schema of electro-hydraulic, EHR 4 - Bosch .......................................................... 122
Location of electro-hydraulic control panel .............................................................. 123
Function of control elements ................................................................................... 123
Pump capacity......................................................................................................... 123
Device is switched off.............................................................................................. 124
Cancellation of blocking .......................................................................................... 124
Fast lowering ........................................................................................................... 125
Transportation of implements .................................................................................. 125
Stop position ........................................................................................................... 125
Limiting the upper position of three point hitch ....................................................... 126
Field operation ........................................................................................................ 126
Floating position ...................................................................................................... 127
Use of rear outer control ......................................................................................... 127
Buttons of hydraulic rear outer control .................................................................... 127
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SCHEMA OF ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC,
EHR 4 - BOSCH
Hydraulic pump (1) delivers oil into the
selective control valve (2) from this into
the regulation distributor (3). Distributor
controls cylinders of hydraulic arms
(4,5). Hydraulic arms are linked with
lower lifting links of three point hitch.
Agricultural implement attached in the
three point hitch is lifted, lowered or kept
in the desired position with regard to the
tractor. Electronic control unit (6)
receives signals from tensometer pins
(7) and (8) by electrical way. These
signals are compared with the required
value that is set in the control panel (9).
Comparing the required and real value
brings the regulation deviation that is
transferred into regulation distributor (3).
This distributor is controlled by means of
two proportional electro-magnets. Lifting
and lowering is independent on the load.
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LOCATION OF ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC
CONTROL PANEL
Electro-hydraulic control panel (1) is
located on the upper part of right fender.
It replaces the control levers of
mechanical hydraulic regulation (inner
circuit). Function of hydraulic outer
circuit is secured by three-section SCV
controlled by three levers located on
upper part of fender (2).
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FUNCTION OF CONTROL ELEMENTS
1. Lifting control lever has 4 positions:
a - transport, lifting
b - stop position
c - regulation, lowering
d - free place, fast lowering (springs
returns the lever back to position
c).
2. Blocking in transport position.
3. Speed of lowering 0...max.
4. Setting the desired value of lifting
device.
5. Limiting the upper position.
6. Regulation sensitivity
7. Mixing of regulations. Fluent setting
from draft to position control.
8. Optical indication of lifting.
9. Optical indication of lowering.
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PUMP CAPACITY
Tractor with EHR BOSCH is equipped
with pump UC 20 with maximal delivery
60 l/min or UC 25 with maximal delivery
70 l/min. Maximal pressure in hydraulic
system with EHR BOSCH, maintained
by relief valve is 21 MPa.
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F 179
F 180
DEVICE IS SWITCHED OFF
The key of key switch switches off the
electrical system. Electronics is switched
off and lifting device is blocked.
CANCELLATION OF BLOCKING
After switching on of the electrical
system by key switch, the lifting device is
still blocked. The lifting device neither
lifts nor lowers. Cancel blocking by
moving the lifting lever (1) into position
"a" (short movement is sufficient) when
the electrical system is switched on and
engine is running.
After returning the lever (1) into position
"c’ the three point hitch is moved into
position corresponding to setting the
elements.
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F 182
F 183
FAST LOWERING
Lever (1) is in position "d" - free position.
You must keep the lever in this position.
After releasing, the lever returns into
position "c" “ regulation where the
system is in floating position.
TRANSPORTATION OF IMPLEMENTS
Move the lifting lever (1) into position "a"
and lock it by lock lever (2).
STOP POSITION
After moving the lever (1) into position
"b" - stop position, the movement of
three point hitch is immediately stopped.
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F 185
LIMITING THE UPPER POSITION OF
THREE POINT HITCH
The upper position of three point hitch is
limited by lever (5). Limiting of upper
position can be realized in the upper half
of three point hitch lift.
FIELD OPERATION
Do actions according to the article
’ Cancellation of blocking„ and set the
desired position of elements depending
upon character of operation. The control
element (4) serves for setting the depth
of implement. Use the control element
(6) for setting the sensitivity of system.
Symbol of maximal sensitivity
Symbol of minimal sensitivity
Use control element (7) for setting the
regulation control mode and for control
mode mixing.
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F 186
Symbol of draft control
Symbol of position control
Action of regulation (lifting and lowering)
can be indicated by means of indicator
diodes (8) and (9). When turning the
tractor in the end of field, move the lever
(1) into position "a". After turning the
tractor set again the position ’ c„. Regulation system returns into the previous
operating position (memory of tillage).
Control element (3) serves for setting the
desired speed of lowering. In position "0"
the three point hitch does not lower!
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F 188
F 189
FLOATING POSITION
Position of control element (4) under
mark "F" and position of control element
(7) at symbol serves for the permanent
work with floating position of hydraulic,
for example when working with plough
and supporting wheel.
limited by a mechanical stop (by stop on
lift cylinder).
Rear control must not be used in
the upper part of three point hitch
movement.
Each use of rear control causes the
repeated blocking of regulation system
and it is necessary to repeat ’ Cancellation of blocking„ “ see chapter ’ Cancellation of blocking„.
BUTTONS OF HYDRAULIC REAR
OUTER CONTROL
1. lifting
2. lowering
Movement of three-point hitch takes only
the time when the control button is
pressed. Operator must stand outside
movement range of attached implement
when manipulating with three point hitch
by buttons to avoid grabing by implement.
USE OF REAR OUTER CONTROL
Rear outer control serves only for attaching and disattaching the agricultural
implements. Symbols for marking of buttons correspond to the sense of moving
the three-point hitch after pushing buttons. Movement of three-point hitch
takes only the time when the button is
pressed. There is not a limitation of upper position saved by regulation system
when the rear control is used. Lifting is
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(A) rear three point hitch ......................................................................................... 134
(b) rear three point hitch with hook ends - cbm ....................................................... 134
Safety regulations for working with three point hitch ............................................... 135
Attaching machines to three point hitch .................................................................. 135
Attaching machines to three point hitch with cbm hooks ....................................... 136
Locking the side swing of lower links ...................................................................... 136
Telescopic lower draft links ..................................................................................... 137
Top link.................................................................................................................... 138
Top link.................................................................................................................... 138
Selection of top link position ................................................................................... 138
Front three point hitch ............................................................................................. 139
Control of front three point hitch .............................................................................. 139
Adjusting the back throttle valve ............................................................................. 139
Attaching the carried implements, eventually weights of front three point hitch ...... 140
Mechanical lock of front three point hitch ................................................................ 140
Driving with agricultural machines attached in front three point hitch ..................... 140
Front three point hitch for z 11641 forterra ............................................................. 141
Control of front three point hitch .............................................................................. 141
Regulating and hydraulic lock of front three point hitch .......................................... 141
Setting the throttle valve.......................................................................................... 142
Attaching the carried implement .............................................................................. 142
Driving with agricultural machines attached in front three point hitch ..................... 142
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(A) REAR THREE POINT HITCH
Rear three point hitch is intended for
attaching the carried or semi-carried
agricultural machines and implements
with hitch points of category II according
to ISO regulation. The center distance of
lower link joint balls is 870 mm. The
inner opening of lower link ball is 28,5
mm. The inner opening of top link ball is
25,5 mm.
1. Top link
2. Left lift link
3. Right lift link
4. Lower draft links
(B) REAR THREE POINT HITCH WITH
HOOK ENDS - CBM
Reinforced three point hitch CBM
with hook shaped ends is
assembled as a standard on
tractors Z 11641. Hitch is intended for
attaching the carried or semi-carried
agricultural machines and implements
with hitch points of category II according
to ISO regulation. Diameter of lower pins
is 28,5 mm. Diameter of top link pin is
25,5 mm.
5. Top link
6. Left lift link
7. Right lift link
8. Lower draft links
9. Movable collar with handles
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SAFETY
REGULATIONS
FOR
WORKING WITH THREE POINT HITCH
Non authorized persons who are
not charged to handle with
implements attached to tractor
must not be left between tractor
and attached implement - (A). Do
not park the tractor with implement in lifted position - (B).
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ATTACHING MACHINES TO THREE POINT HITCH
The left lift link (1) is intended for course vertical adjustment of lower link position
and is adjustable after disconnecting its upper end from lift arm pin. Fine adjustment
is carried out by turning the tube of right lift link (2) with handle. Lower link ends can
be mutually vertically adjusted within range 200 mm. Floating (free) position of
implement and swinging round the axis is enabled after moving the pin (3) into the
lower opening (4). In this case the lower draft link ends can be freely vertically
moved by 100 mm one to each other. Lower link stabilizers (5) serve for limiting the
side to side swing of lower links. The side swing of lower links can be max. 100 mm
to each side from middle position when connected the implement of category II (125
mm at reinforced three point hitch). The side swing can be limited by locking of
stabilizers.
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F 195
ATTACHING MACHINES TO THREE POINT HITCH WITH CBM HOOKS
Lower and upper links of hitch are equipped with semi-automatic ends -CBM.
They serve for easy, two-phase attaching and disattaching the implement to
the three point hitch without necessary direct action of the driver. They are
operated by means of cables from the driver ’s place. Lower links are attached to the
implement within the first phase at reverse move and by subsequent lifting the three
point hitch. Top link of three point hitch is attached by the driver from the cab within
the second phase. The top link is assembled in one from four openings of the
support. First the implement must be equipped with attaching balls-CBM and the
length of hitch axis must be adjusted with adjustable spacer (at reinforced three point
hitch only).
At tractors equipped with reinforced three point hitch “ CBM, the fine adjustment is
carried out by moveable collar with handles.
The collar of lift link must be ever set with handles in direction of driving after
adjusting the length.
LOCKING THE SIDE SWING OF
LOWER LINKS
Insert the pin (1) into opening II
(implement of category II) or into
opening I (implement of category I).
Hitch is set in the middle position. Fine
adjustment of hitch can be done by
means of bolt (2). Blocking the side
swing of links is done when transporting
the implement or when working with
machines which need precise towing
behind the tractor.
At reinforced three point hitch the
stabilizers can be adjusted within their
whole range by rotating the collar.
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F 197
Both stabilizers must always be assembled on the tractor. Both must be set
by the same way with the same position of pins either both blocked or both
unblocked. Do not adjust the rear wheel tread less than 1500 mm when
working with implement of category II that needs the side swing (for example
plough), avoid collision of lower links with tires. Lower draft links have to be
connected by springs and the top link hooked in the spring holder when
transporting without implement.
TELESCOPIC LOWER DRAFT LINKS
Telescopic lower links make attaching
the implement easy. Telescopic draft link
ends (2) are loosened after pushing the
latches (1) down. Slipped out draft link
ends are fitted onto both pins of
implement and are locked by quick lock
pins (3). Pins are located in holder on
telescopic link - (A). Draft link ends are
slid into draft links after reverse
movement and are automatically locked
in working position - (B).
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F 198
F 199
F 199a
TOP LINK
Top link (1) is length adjustable within
range 270 mm. This is attached to the
tractor into one from four openings of
support (2), that transfers impulses
(senses) from attached implement to the
torsion shaft located in hydraulic rockshaft.
Tractor equipped with electro-hydraulic
has the rigid bracket (A) with two
openings only.
TOP LINK
Pay attention to keep the same
length of joints screwed out from
the link tube when prolonging the
top link.
SELECTION OF TOP LINK POSITION
Attachment of top link into one from
openings 1 - 4 influences the following:
- sensitivity of hydraulic response
(control mode selection lever in
position "D" or " M"). The biggest response sensitivity is with top link in
the opening "1".
- tilting the agricultural Implement when
being in lifted position with regard to
the height of implement frame (460
mm - 610 mm). The smallest tilting is
with top link in the opening "1".
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F 200
F 201
F 202
FRONT THREE POINT HITCH
Front three point hitch is intended for
attaching the front carried agricultural
machines and implements of category II
according to ISO standard. It is assembled on tractors with front driving
axle.
Maximal lifting force of front three point
hitch is 12 kN
Within the implement transportation the front three point
hitch must always be locked mechanically in lifted position.
Note: This mechanical lock is recommended even in case that no implement
is attached in the three point hitch
CONTROL OF FRONT THREE POINT
HITCH
Front three point hitch is equipped with
two single-acting cylinders that are controlled by oil from hydraulic outer circuit
(quick-coupler "1"). Lifting and lowering
is controlled by lever of outer circuit (1)
“ lever position "a, b, c".
Do not use the lever position "d"
when working with front three
point!
Lowering speed of hitch with implement
can be controlled by back throttle valve
(2).
ADJUSTING THE BACK THROTTLE
VALVE
Adjusting the throttle valve is recommended before starting the operation
with attached implement in front three
point hitch that way the time needed for
implement lowering from the upper
position is 1 to 1,5 second. Turning the
valve body into left (in arrow direction)
increases lowering speed.
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F 203
F 204
F 205
ATTACHING THE CARRIED IMPLEMENTS, EVENTUALLY WEIGHTS OF
FRONT THREE POINT HITCH
The implement is attached into the front
three point hitch forks and is locked by
pins.
A - pins in upper position “ swing of
implement is assured ± 8
B - pins in lower position “ when
transporting in hilly terrain or on the
road, eventually with attached
ballast weights. Vertical position of
pins locks the pins. Pins can be
o
removed after turning by 90 to
horizontal position.
MECHANICAL LOCK OF FRONT
THREE POINT HITCH
Mechanical lock of front three point hitch
is carried out by means of lock pins (1)
and double opening support welded on
lower links (2). Front three point hitch is
locked in max. upper position. Transversal tube of front three point hitch
support serves for fixing the upper end
of implement springs. Springs unload the
front attached agricultural implement.
DRIVING WITH AGRICULTURAL MACHINES ATTACHED IN FRONT THREE
POINT HITCH
Reduce the travel speed of tractor when
going
with
agricultural
machines
attached in the front three point hitch to
20 km/h. We recommend to drive with
engaged front driving axle at 4WD
tractors which are not equipped with
cardan brake.
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F 207
F 208
FRONT THREE POINT HITCH
FOR Z 11641 FORTERRA
Front three point hitch is intended for
attaching the front carried agricultural
machines and implements of category II
according to ISO standard.
Maximal lifting force of front three point
hitch is 24 kN. Only rounded ballast
weights can be attached in this type of
three point hitch.
Within the implement transportation the front three point hitch
must always be locked hydraulically in lifted position; by ball valve.
This valve is located on the left-hand
side of tractor, above the front axle.
This hydraulic lock is recommended
even in case that no implement is attached in the three point hitch.
CONTROL OF FRONT THREE
POINT HITCH
Front three point hitch is equipped with
two double-acting cylinders that are
controlled by oil from SCV. Lifting and
lowering is controlled by lever of SCV
(1):
- moving into position 4 makes lifting
- moving into position 3 makes
lowering
- position F serves for floating position
- position N serves for locking the hitch
REGULATING AND HYDRAULIC LOCK OF FRONT THREE
POINT HITCH
The throttle valve can regulate lowering
speed of the hitch with implement.
Hydraulic lock of front three point hitch is
carried out by ball valve in any position
of hitch. Ball valve is turned from position A by 90 (perpendicularly to valve
axis) to position B.
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F 209
F 210
F 211
SETTING THE THROTTLE VALVE
Before starting the work with implement
attached in front three point hitch it is
recommended to set the throttle valve
(3) that way the time needed for
implement lowering from the upper to
the lowest position is 1 to 1,5 sec..
Turning the valve body into left (in arrow
direction) increases the speed of
lowering.
ATTACHING THE CARRIED
IMPLEMENT
The implement is attached into the front
three point hitch forks and is locked by
pins. Fixed and floating position is
provided by pins:
- fixed position of attached implement
is provided by assembly of pins into
position 1
- floating position of attached implement is provided by assembly of pins
into position 2
DRIVING WITH AGRICULTURAL MACHINES ATTACHED IN
FRONT THREE POINT HITCH
Reduce the travel speed of tractor when
going with agricultural machines attached in the front three point hitch to
max. 15 km/h.
We recommend removing the lower
lifting arms (1) from supports at tractor
equipped with front three point hitch if
not used for attaching the implement.
Front lower links are disassembled after
removing the safety pins and hitch pins
(2).
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WHEEL TREAD SETTING
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Blocking and unblocking the front axle knees (extensions) .................................... 146
Setting the front wheel tread at non-driven axle ...................................................... 147
Setting the front axle knees (extensions) ................................................................ 147
Possible wheel treads at front driving axle of tractors Z 8641, Z 9641, Z 10641 and
Z 11641 ................................................................................................................... 148
Front wheel toe-in at non-driven axle ...................................................................... 149
Front wheel toe-in at driven axle ............................................................................. 149
Front wheel toe-in at front axles (non-driven, driving) ............................................. 150
Setting the wheel stops at front driving axle ............................................................ 151
Change of rear wheel tread ..................................................................................... 152
Rear wheel tread setting ......................................................................................... 152
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CHANGE OF WHEEL TREAD ’ SPRUNG AXLE KNEES (EXTENSIONS)
F 263
F 264
BLOCKING AND UNBLOCKING THE FRONT AXLE KNEES (EXTENSIONS)
Blocking:
- Unscrew the plug (1). Safe it for assembling at later unblocking.
- Screw down the stop tube (3) with lock washer (4) into the thread hole of spring
bushing (2) instead of plug.
Insert the screw M 10x1,25 (5) into the stop tube and screw it down into the nut (6).
This nut is inside of rubber spring (7). The spring (8) is out of function by this way
and the knee is blocked. Unblocking the front axle knee is done by the opposite way.
After blocking and unblocking the front axle knees check the front wheel toe-in.
Block and unblock the sprung
axle knee in loaded status only
(by the own weight of tractor).
Kingpin of wheel is shot up by
the force of spring after unblocking the unloaded axle knee.
Disassemble the bushing of
spring only if the sprung knee
needs to be completely disassembled. Because the special
tool must be used for disassembling let to do this job in a
specialized workshop.
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CHANGE OF WHEEL TREAD
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F 213
SETTING THE FRONT WHEEL TREAD
AT NON-DRIVEN AXLE
The front wheel tread can be set to the
following values at tractors Z 8621,
Z 9621:
1425 mm
1500 mm
1800 mm
Front wheel tread setting is provided by
sliding out and in the front axle knees
when front axle is lifted. Front treads are
increased by 18 mm when front brakes
are assembled.
SETTING THE FRONT AXLE KNEES (EXTENSIONS)
First of all fix the tractor against possible movement, lift the axle by lifting jack and
support it.
- Thread out axle knee nuts and remove the screws (1).
- Loosen the lock nuts (2) at screws of steering rod bushings and remove screws
(3).
- Slide out or in the knees to the required tread, reassemble screws. Tighten axle
knee nuts by torque 130 - 140 Nm.
- Secure steering rods by screws and lock nuts in corresponding positions.
- First tighten screw (3) by torque 58 - 63 Nm with totally loosened nut up to screw
head and subsequently tighten the lock nut (2) by torque 25 - 28 Nm.
- Check for the toe-in of front wheels.
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CHANGE OF WHEEL TREAD
POSSIBLE WHEEL TREADS AT FRONT DRIVING AXLE OF TRACTORS Z 8641,
Z 9641, Z 10641 AND Z 11641
12,4-24
Tires
13,6-24
12,4-28
Front wheel treads (mm)
14,9-24
Rim position
1565∗
1630∗
-
-
1620
-
-
-
1715
1700
1715∗
1710∗
1770
1780
1760
1770
1865
1850
1865
1860
1920
1930
1915
1915
2015
2000
2015
2010
Changing of rim and disc position sets
the wheel tread.
First of all fix the tractor against
possible movement, lift the axle
by lifting jack and support it.
- Unscrew nuts of bolts connecting the
disc with rim and remove screws with
washers.
- Change the wheel tread by setting the
rim into the required position.
- Reassemble screws with washers
and lock them by nuts. Tighten nuts
by torque 270 - 300 Nm.
- Retighten screws to the prescribed
level after each loosening of rim
connection.
- Retighten connections again to the
prescribed torque after driving the
distance 100 m with unloaded tractor.
- Retighten connections after 3 hours
with loaded tractor.
∗ - standard tread
Recommended treads are highlighted in bolts
Tighten nuts of front wheels by torque 270 - 300 Nm.
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SETTING THE FRONT WHEEL TOE-IN
FRONT WHEEL TOE-IN AT NONDRIVEN AXLE
Correct toe-in of front wheels is 3 to 9
mm at tractor with non-driven axle.
Check and eventually adjust the play of
front wheel bearings before toe-in
checking. Inflate tires to the prescribed
pressure. Front wheel toe-in is
measured on sides of tires. The toe-in
"S" is calculated as a difference of
measured values: S = B ’ A (or S = b a).
FRONT WHEEL TOE-IN AT DRIVEN
AXLE
Correct toe-in of front wheels is 0 up to 2
mm at tractor with driving axle. Front
wheel toe-in is measured on front wheel
hubs (if assembled wheels the wheel
toe-in can be measured on rims).
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SETTING THE FRONT WHEEL TOE-IN
FRONT WHEEL TOE-IN AT FRONT AXLES (NON-DRIVEN, DRIVING)
- Turn the steering wheel between both margin positions so to have a lever of
hydrostatic steering aligned with the longitudinal axis of tractor.
- Loosen lock nuts of steering rod joints
- Measure the distance between outer or inner sides of tires in front in the
horizontal plain of wheel axis. Mark the measuring points.
- Drive the tractor so that the marked points will be in rear horizontal position
(turned by 180“) and again measure the distance between marked points
- Set the steering rods so to receive after setting the following differences
measured in front and rear:
- at non-driven axle 3 to 9 mm (A)
- at driving axle 0 to 2 mm (B)
- Maximal difference of turns at both steering rods can be 1 turn taking the starting
position into consideration after setting the toe-in.
- Screws for setting the tread must be in downward after setting the toe-in.
- Surfaces of joins with grease nipples must be parallel at setting.
- Tighten the lock nuts of ball joints by torque 122 - 136 Nm .
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SETTING THE WHEEL STOPS
Tires
12,4- R24
380/70R24
13,6-R24
12,428,10PR
14,9-24
420/70R24
Tires
12,4-R24
380/70R24
13,6-R24
12,428,10PR
14,9-24
420/70R24
Without front three point hitch
Without fenders
With fenders
Wheel tread Right stop
Left stop
Right stop
Left stop
(mm)
A (mm)
A (mm)
A (mm)
A (mm)
1565
38
31
37
37
1715
28
21
32
31
1865
17
10
23
21
1630
39
35
40
35
1700
34
28
40
40
1850
23
17
31
29
1715
29
27
40
40
1865
18
18
31
31
1710
33
30
41
41
1860
22
18
31
32
With front three point hitch
Without fenders
With fenders
Wheel tread Right stop
Left stop
Right stop
Left stop
(mm)
A (mm)
A (mm)
A (mm)
A (mm)
47
50
1565
50
47
33
33
35
33
1715
25
19
1865
19
20
1700
43
39
43
45
1850
28
27
28
34
1715
41
38
38
45
1865
26
28
28
36
1710
44
41
44
46
1860
29
31
29
36
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SETTING THE WHEEL STOPS AT
FRONT DRIVING AXLE
Set stops at each change of front wheel
tread according to the mentioned tables
after loosening the nut (2) and treading
out or in the screw (1).
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CHANGE OF WHEEL TREAD
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CHANGE OF REAR WHEEL TREAD
On the base of rear tire dimension, the
rear wheel tread can be set within the
following range:
Rear tire
Wheel tread
dimension
(mm)
18,4-38
480/70R38
1575-1800
520/70R38
16,9-34
16,9-38
1500-1800
18,4-34
The rear wheel tread can be set by 75
mm and is done by changing the
position of rim and disc.
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REAR WHEEL TREAD SETTING
The rear wheel treads are adjustable by step 75 mm and are set by changing the rim
and disc position. Tread setting is done with lifted tractor rear part to enable free
turning of rear wheel.
Don’t forget to block front wheels against movement before lifting.
Tighten all screws connecting the disc and rim by torque 210 - 230 Nm and nuts of
studs connecting the disc and shaft by torque 400 - 470 Nm after tread setting.
- Retighten screws to the prescribed level after each loosening the rim connection.
- Retighten connections again to the prescribed torque after driving the distance
100 m with unloaded tractor.
- Retighten connections after 3 hours with loaded tractor
- After 10 hours again check tightening of disc nuts and rim connections.
- Up to operating the first 100 hours check tightening of disc nuts and rim connections at front and rear wheels frequently (minimally 6-times within first 100 hours).
- Farther after each 100 hours recheck tightening of disc nuts and rim connections
at front and rear wheels.
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BALLAST WEIGHTS
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Front ballast weights ............................................................................................... 156
Ballast weights of front three point hitch ................................................................. 156
Rear wheel ballast weights ..................................................................................... 157
Bottom ballast weights of tractors z 11641 ............................................................. 157
Front ballast weights of tractors z 11641 ................................................................ 157
Valve for filling tires with liquid ................................................................................ 158
Filling the liquid into tires ......................................................................................... 158
Draining the liquid from tires ................................................................................... 159
Blocking front wheels .............................................................................................. 159
Max. liquid weight depending upon tire size ............................................................ 160
Ballast weights are necessary for
increase of axle load, for ensuring the
tractor steering-ability or stability (keep
manufacturerřs
instructions
when
working with front loader).
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BALLAST WEIGHTS
F 219
FRONT BALLAST WEIGHTS
Under frame ballast weights (1)
Combination of
Weight
weights (PCs)
(kg)
1+3
1x30 + 3x30
120
Ballast weights in front of frame (2)
Combination of
Weight
weights (PCs)
(kg)
1+2
1x30 + 2x30
90
1+5
1x30 + 5x30
180
1+7
1x30 + 7x30
240
BALLAST WEIGHTS
THREE POINT HITCH
OF
F 220
F 221
FRONT
the heavy implement is attached in the
rear three point hitch.
Weights (1)
Combination of
Weight
weights (PCs)
(kg)
Support+12
Support
260
8+12x21
Rounded weight (2)
Combination of
Weight
weights (PCs)
(kg)
Support +16
Support
456
8+16x28
Only rounded ballast weights can
be assembled in front three point
hitch of tractors Z 11641.
Ballast weights with support are
attached in the front three point hitch
lower links These weights are intended
for assuring of longitudinal stability when
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BALLAST WEIGHTS
F 222
REAR WHEEL BALLAST WEIGHTS
Combination
of weights
(PCs)
2+4
2+6
2+10
Weight
(kg)
2x25 + 4x30
2x25 + 6x30
2x25 + 10x30
170
230
350
F 223
F 224
BOTTOM BALLAST WEIGHTS
OF TRACTORS Z 11641
FRONT BALLAST WEIGHTS OF
TRACTORS Z 11641
Bottom ballast weights
Combination of
Weight
weights (PCs)
(kg)
2
2x34
68
Bottom ballast weights are assembled
into the cavity in front frame casting
piece. They are accessible after disassembling the battery holder.
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Front ballast weights
Combination of
Weight
weights (PCs)
(kg)
Support + 14
Support
619
45+14x41
Front ballast weights of canister type are
hanged to support. They are locked
against side movement by pin put
between middle canisters.
The other ballast weights are fixed by
two holders to the middle ones.
Note: Front ballast weights with support
can be used as a front hook for
emergency towing of tractor after
inserting the pin.
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FILLING LIQUID INTO TIRES
F 225
F 226
VALVE FOR FILLING TIRES WITH
LIQUID
All rear wheel tubes are equipped with
valve that enables filling tires with liquid
when the adapter is used.
Filling of front tires and rear tires
double assembly with liquid is not
allowed.
FILLING THE LIQUID INTO TIRES
- Unload the tire by lifting the tractor and turn it with the valve upward (A).
- Deflate the tube and remove the valve insert.
- Thread the adapter for filling the tires with water and slide the water hose over
adapter. Fill the tube with prescribed quantity of liquid. The tank (B) or pressure
water(C) can be used for filling the tire.
- Remove the water hose and adapter.
- Thread the valve insert and inflate tire into prescribed inflation pressure (D).
- Thread the valve dust cap after inflation.
- Fill the second tire by the same way.
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DRAINING THE LIQUID FROM TIRES
- Unload tire by lifting the tractor and turn it with valve upward (A).
- Deflate the tube and remove the valve insert. Turn the wheel with valve
downward.
Depressure can be created in tire when draining the liquid. That °s why turn
sometimes the wheel with the valve upward (B).
BLOCKING FRONT WHEELS
Do not forget to block front
wheels against movement before
lifting the rear wheels.
- Remove the rest of liquid from tire by means of pressure air after assembly of
adapter for filling the tires with water (C). Blow out the liquid so long until liquid
runs from adapter extension tube.
- Remove the adapter for filing the tires with water. Thread the valve insert back
and inflate the tire into prescribed inflation pressure (D).
- Thread the valve dust cap after inflation.
- Remove liquid from the second tire by the same way.
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FILLING LIQUID INTO TIRES
MAX. LIQUID WEIGHT DEPENDING UPON TIRE SIZE
Tire size
Filling 75%
Clear water
(l), (kg)
Solution of calcium chloride
CaCl2 (kg)
water (l)
Additional
load (kg)
16,9-34
250
108
166
274
16,9-38
290
126
192
318
18,4-34
330
144
218
362
18,4R-38
385
168
254
422
480/70R38
335
146
222
368
18,4-38
385
168
254
422
520/70R38
390
170
258
428
Values mentioned in table are for temperature of freeze - 30°C.
Preparation of liquid:
1. Dry calcium chloride CaCl 2 is added into water, never the other way!
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Liquid is not dangerous, but it must be handled carefully. Wash the spilt liquid drops with clean water.
Let the liquid cool down before filling. Keep the prescribed quantity of hydrated lime.
Liquid must not get into contact with metal parts and with electrical installation. Tube valve is liquid resistant.
Antifreeze liquid prepared in this consistency must not be used in cooling system.
Remove the antifreeze as a special waste after draining
Note: Volume of mixture in the tube corresponds to filling up to valve level.
Antifreeze can be prepared either by means of calcium chloride CaCl 2 or magnesium chloride MgCl 2.
Quantity 0,40 kg CaCl2 per 1 l of water safes tire up to temperature - 30°C (0,3 kg /l safes tire up to temperature - 20°C, 0,2 kg /l
safes tire up to temperature - 15°C).
Quantity 0,55 kg MgCl2 per 1 l of water safes tire up to temperature - 30°C.
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Driver alone can do almost any work on
planned technical maintenance. If you
donřt have sufficient technical equipment
let to do more complicated work in the
authorized service
Any work in connection with
cleaning, lubrication and adjustment of tractor or implemented
machine must be done only after
stopping the engine and the
other moving parts, except inspection of brake and charging .
Page
Disassembling the side shield ................................................................................. 165
Tilting the hood........................................................................................................ 165
Disassembling the front grill .................................................................................... 165
Lubrication schema of turbocharged engine ........................................................... 166
Lubrication schema of six cylinder engine .............................................................. 167
Inspecting the engine oil level ................................................................................. 168
Draining the engine oil ............................................................................................ 168
Changing the full-flow cleaner of engine oil ............................................................ 168
Filling the engine oil ................................................................................................ 169
Changing the fuel cleaner cartridge ........................................................................ 169
Changing the fuel course cleaner ........................................................................... 169
Bleeding the fuel system ......................................................................................... 170
Maintenance of air cleaner ...................................................................................... 170
Regeneration of main air filter element ................................................................... 171
Changing the safety element .................................................................................. 171
Reassembling the elements .................................................................................... 171
Position of dust valve .............................................................................................. 172
Tightness of cleaner ................................................................................................ 172
Changing the cleaner element of hydrostatic steering ............................................ 173
Bleeding the hydrostatic steering system ................................................................ 174
Changing the hoses of hydrostatic steering ............................................................ 175
Changing the coolant .............................................................................................. 176
Changing and inspecting the transmission oil ......................................................... 177
Draining openings and plugs................................................................................... 177
After draining the oil ................................................................................................ 177
Lubricating and filling points of front driving axle .................................................... 178
Gearbox of front PTO .............................................................................................. 178
Filling up the brake fluid .......................................................................................... 179
Sprung knees of front axle ...................................................................................... 179
Cleaning the heating filters...................................................................................... 180
Maintenance of airconditioning ............................................................................... 180
Draining the condensed water from air tanks .......................................................... 181
Checking the leakage of air system ........................................................................ 181
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Operating pressure of air brakes ............................................................................ 181
Tire maintenance .................................................................................................... 182
Inflating the tires ..................................................................................................... 182
Recommended tire inflation pressure for front wheels ............................................ 183
2wd tractors ............................................................................................................ 183
Recommended tire inflation pressure for front wheels ............................................ 184
4wd tractors ............................................................................................................ 184
Recommended tire inflation pressure for rear tires ................................................. 185
Tires for non driven wheels ..................................................................................... 186
Tires for driving wheels ........................................................................................... 186
Tires for driving wheels ........................................................................................... 186
Tractor storage........................................................................................................ 186
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DISASSEMBLING THE SIDE SHIELD
Right and left side shield can be removed from the tractor after unlocking of
two lock pins (1).
TILTING THE HOOD
1. Remove the left side shield (1)
2. Loosen the latch (2) locking the
hood.
3. Secure the hood in tilted position by
a strut (3).
DISASSEMBLING THE FRONT GRILL
1. Tilt the hood.
2. Unlock two spring pins from pins of
front grill inserted in front cross
member.
3. Loosen the front grill from the bonnet
(by pulling forward).
4. After disconnecting the electrical
wiring harness the front grill can be
fully removed from the tractor.
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LUBRICATION SCHEMA OF TURBOCHARGED ENGINE
Lubrication schema is valid for engines
of tractors Z 8621 - Z 10641 Forterra
turbo.
1. Suction strainer
2. Oil pump -GEROTOR
3. Reduction valve
4. Full-flow oil filter
5. Main oil channel
6. Pressure switch
7. Filler
8. Oil dipstick
9. Oil draining plug
10. Lubrication of compressor
11. Lubrication of turbocharger
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LUBRICATION SCHEMA OF SIX
CYLINDER ENGINE
Lubrication schema is valid for
six cylinder engine of tractor
Z 11641 Forterra.
1. Oil pump with reduction valve
2. Oil filter
3. Main oil channel
4. Spraying nozzle for cooling the
piston
5. Lubrication outlet
6. Oil channel for lubrication of rocker
arms
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F 235
F 236
INSPECTING THE ENGINE OIL LEVEL
Daily inspect the oil level before starting
the work. Inspect the oil level with tractor
in horizontal position. Remove the oil
dipstick (1) wipe it with cloth and thread
it. The oil must not be under lower
dipstick mark after repeated removing
the dipstick.
Add the oil into filler (2) if needed.
DRAINING THE ENGINE OIL
Drain the oil by removing the draining
plug. Drain it immediately after stopping
the tractor or after preheating the engine
to working temperature. Clean the
draining plug before reassembling.
Check for the good status of sealing
ring.
CHANGING
THE
FULL-FLOW
CLEANER OF ENGINE OIL
The engine oil cleaner is exchanged
ever when changing the engine oil.
Before assembling a new cleaner clean
the sealing area of cleaner support (2)
and cleaner body (1). Coat the rubber
sealing by the same oil you will fill into
the engine. Assemble the new cleaner
and tighten it by hand. Tighten again the
oil cleaner by 3/4 to 1 1/4 turns after
touching sealing to block. Check the
cleaner for leakage after starting the
engine.
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F 238
F 239
FILLING THE ENGINE OIL
Fill the prescribed quantity of oil into the
filler (1). Start the engine and let it run 2
to 3 minutes at 750 to 800 RPM.
Inspect the oil level by dipstick (2) after
stopping the engine and stabilizing the
engine oil level. Inspect for oil leakage of
oil cleaner, draining plug and other
fittings.
CHANGING THE FUEL CLEANER
CARTRIDGE
Exchange the fuel cleaner cartridge after
releasing the nut (1) and removing the
bowel (2). Check for the proper bowel
sealing position at reassembling the
cleaned bowel with the new fuel cleaner
cartridge. Bleed the fuel system.
Put the suitable vessel under the engine
before exchanging the fuel cleaner
cartridge to ketch dropping fuel from the
cleaner.
CHANGING THE FUEL COURSE
CLEANER
Remove the ring nut (1) and the fuel
cleaner bowel (2) with sealing and
strainer. Clean the bowl and strainer in
diesel fuel. Check the right position of
sealing when reassembling the fuel
cleaner bowl, before tightening the ring
nut. Bleed the fuel system.
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BLEEDING THE FUEL SYSTEM
Put the suitable vessel under the engine before bleeding to ketch dropping fuel from
the cleaner and injection pump.
Proceed by the following way:
- Prime the fuel system by several strokes of hand priming pump (1).
- Loosen the screw of fuel cleaner input fitting (2) and let the foam escape.
- Retighten the screw (2) and repeat the process until the clean foam-free fuel
fluently leaks after loosening the screw.
- Bleed the injection pump by the same way by means of screw located on injection
pump case (3)
F 241
MAINTENANCE OF AIR CLEANER
Maintenance of air cleaner must be done
after indication of clogging by clogging
indicator (the red indicator lamp on
dashboard is ON) or minimally once per
year.
Maintain the air cleaner after tilting the
hood of bonnet.
1. Remove the dust reservoir (1) with
dust valve (2) and clean both
properly
2. Disassemble the main cartridge
element (3).
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F 243
F 244
REGENERATION
OF
MAIN
AIR
FILTER ELEMENT
If the main air filter element is not
damaged (dust on the inner side of air
filter element must not be appeared) do
regeneration by pressure air of max.
pressure 700 kPa blown from the inner
side of element. The main air filter
element can be regenerated maximally
three times by this way. The main air
filter element needs to be replaced once
per year.
CHANGING THE SAFETY ELEMENT
Inner safety air filter element can
not be regenerated.
REASSEMBLING THE ELEMENTS
Be careful when reassembling the air
filter element to:
- keep the contact surfaces clean
- air filter elements must not be deformed after assembly
- neither elements nor paddle wheel
partition must vibrate after assembling
- rubber sealing must be fitted properly
round the complete circumference of
dust reservoir.
It must be exchanged in the following
cases:
- if the main air filter element is damaged
- after 5th maintenance of air cleaner
- minimally once per two years
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POSITION OF DUST VALVE
After assembling the elements close the
cleaner by dust reservoir that must be
assembled that way the dust valve is
downward.
TIGHTNESS OF CLEANER
After assembling the rubber sealing
tighten the nut that way to press the
sealing on the curtain by dust reservoir
and so safe the tightness of complete
cleaner.
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F 247
CHANGING THE CLEANER ELEMENT
OF HYDROSTATIC STEERING
1. Remove the tractor front grill.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Put the suitable vessel under the
hydrostatic steering tank.
4. Loosen the draining plug
5. Drain the oil from tank.
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F 249
Remove the oil tank cap
Remove the cleaner element.
Install the new cleaner element
Remove both hoses (1, 2)from
steering cylinder and put them
together with return line hose into
vessels for the old oil.
10. Start the engine and turn the steering
wheel twice or three times into both
directions at low engine idle run
(max. 10 seconds) to remove the oil
from the steering unit.
11. Fix the tractor against movement and
lift the front axle.
12. Put a vessel for the old oil under the
steering cylinder and remove the oil
from cylinder by turning of wheels (by
hand).
13. Reassemble all disconnected fittings.
14. Fill the tank by oil and bleed the
hydrostatic steering circuit.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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BLEEDING THE HYDROSTATIC STEERING SYSTEM
- Start the engine and let it run for 1 minute at low idle.
- Turn the steering wheel several times to both directions (A) at engine low idle run.
- At engine max. speed turn the steering wheel three times alternatively slowly and
quickly to both directions up to wheel stops (A).
- Stop the engine and lower the front wheels to the ground.
- At 2WD tractors loosen the bleeding plug located in the upper cover of steering
cylinder (this is necessary for filling the circuit of hydrostatic steering by fresh oil)
and after draining oil tighten the plug. The plug is accessible after sliding out the
battery and battery support (B).
F 251
At all actions within bleeding look
at the oil level in tank to avoid
aerating of steering system.
After bleeding check and eventually add
the oil into tank up to the mark of oil
dipstick (C). Check for leakage of all
connections and lines.
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CHANGING THE HOSES OF HYDROSTATIC STEERING
Hydrostatic steering hoses must be exchanged after four years from time of
manufacturing (time is marked on hose surface) or after 3 600 hours of tractor
operation, eventually immediately after founding any symptoms of damage i.e. hose
sweating, local bulging, leakage of oil at fittings and on hose surface, mechanical
damage of hose surface up to steel wire cord or damage of yarn braid at low
pressure hoses).
Steering-ability is kept even in case of hydrostatic steering pump failure or if
the engine stops but the steering force on the steering wheel is bigger
Tractor can be driven into the nearest place for repair at reduced
transportation speed.
Don’t keep the steering wheel in the stop steering angle positions (max. time
is 20 seconds), otherwise the oil is excessively heated in the hydrostatic
steering circuit.
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F 254
F 255
CHANGING THE COOLANT
Keep the following instruction:
- Open the valve of heating system (A)
and release the overpressure cap of
expansion tank (B).
- Drain the coolant from radiator.
Draining valve is accessible after
removing the left side shield.
- Drain the coolant from engine block.
Draining valve is accessible after
removing the right side shield.
- Close both draining valves after
draining the coolant (let the heating
valve opened).
- Fill the cooling system with antifreeze
mixture up to neck of expansion tank
and close it by overpressure cap.
- Start the engine and let it run
approximately 1 minute.
- Add the coolant in expansion tank up
to mark "MAX".
The minimal possible coolant level is
approximately 40 mm under the sealing
edge of filler. Close the expansion tank
by overpressure cap.
At tractor Z 10641 disassemble the
screw on the additional radiator and
check the quality of bleeding. Clear
liquid must drain from the radiator after
loosening the screw.
Never fill the cooling circuit by
water only! Use of another
coolant can damage the engine.
At tractors Z 11641 fill the
cooling circuit only by
Akros Fluid!
This liquid can not be mixed
with water or another antifreeze!
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F 256
CHANGING AND INSPECTING THE
TRANSMISSION OIL
The oil level is inspected by oil dipstick
located on the right side of differential
case.
Filling opening for transmission oil is
located on the hydraulic rockshaft. This
is accessible from the rear of tractor.
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DRAINING OPENINGS AND PLUGS
1 - Oil from clutch housing
2 - Oil from gearbox
3 - Oil from differential case
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F 258
AFTER DRAINING THE OIL
- Clean magnetic element (1) and
strainer (2).
- Exchange the paper cartridge (3).
Tighten the screw of cleaner bowl by
hand. Do not use tools.
- Assemble all draining plugs after their
cleaning.
- Fill the oil (approximately 40 litters)
start the engine and let it run
approximately for 2 minutes.
- Check the level and add the oil up to
the maximum level after stopping the
engine and stabilizing the oil level in
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F 259
LUBRICATING AND FILLING POINTS OF FRONT DRIVING AXLE
1. Lubricating nipple of kingpin
2. Sliding bearing (2x) of front driving axle
3. Filling and checking opening of differential housing
4. Draining opening of differential housing
5. Filling, checking and draining opening of front wheel final drive
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GEARBOX OF FRONT PTO
1. filling opening
2. draining opening
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F 262
FILLING UP THE BRAKE FLUID
Brake fluid tank is located after tilting the
bonnet hood.
Maintain the brake fluid level within 3/4
(max. level) up to 1/2 (min. level) of tank
capacity.
Keep the strict cleanness when manipulating with brake fluid. Daily inspect
the brake fluid level before driving.
SPRUNG KNEES OF FRONT AXLE
The sprung knees can be blocked for
operation requiring higher load of front
axle than allowed for sprung execution
or if the constant height of front tractor
part is required.
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F 266
F 267
CLEANING THE HEATING FILTERS
Filters are located under grills above the
front windshield from outside of the cab.
Regenerate filters by kicking out, or by
pressure air blowing through, according
to the stage of clogging. Daily check for
clogging. Exchange the strong clogged
filters.
Tractors are not equipped with
special filters of cab intake air.
That’s why tractors are not intended for operation with aerosols and other health dangerous
mediums.
MAINTENANCE
OF
AIRCONDITIONING
The most important part of
maintaining the AC system is
cleaning the AC condenser (this
is located in front of engine
radiator).
The clogged AC condenser reduces not only the affectivity of
AC system but also the affectivity
of engine cooling.
Loosen the wing nuts keeping nocdenser to the upper partition of bonnet.
Tilt the condenser and blow it out by
pressure air or wash it by pressure
water.
Within the right function of AC the air
humidity is condensed in the roof space
of cab. Condensed water is drained by
hoses in cab pillars and water drains in
the bottom part of pillar. Thatřs why it is
necessary to keep hoses clean for
proper draining the condensed water.
Tractors Z 11641 equipped with
AC are able to work on full load
up to ambient temperature 36“C
without any restriction.
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F 269
F 270
DRAINING THE CONDENSED WATER
FROM AIR TANKS
Drain the condensed water by inclining
or pressing the protruded part of valve.
Air tanks are located in front of rear axle.
At tractors Z 8621 - Z 10641 one air tank
is assembled as a standard or ∗ two air
tanks located on left and right hand side
of tractor (in case air brakes are
assembled).
At tractor Z 11641 both air tanks
are assembled as a standard.
CHECKING THE LEAKAGE OF AIR
SYSTEM
- Fill the air tank to the max. pressure
- The pressure must not drop down by
more than 10 kPa after 10 minutes at
stopped engine.
Daily inspect the system for leaks
before operation with trailer. The
indicator lamp on the dashboard
is on when the air brake system
fails or after dropping the pressure under 420 kPa.
OPERATING PRESSURE OF AIR
BRAKES
At single and double hose brakes the
pressure in double hose coupling (red
cover) is 735 „ 20 kPa and the pressure
in single hose coupling is max. 600 kPa
(in time when the air pressure regulator
releases the compressor
air blows
out).
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F 272
TIRE MAINTENANCE
Regularly check the outer surface of
tires and verify that tires are without
defects in the side part and that the cord
is not damaged.
Discard tires with defects.
INFLATING THE TIRES
Basic values of recommended inflation pressure are mentioned in the following
tables. Regularly check for the inflation pressure before operation. Check the
inflation pressure at cold tires. The tractor air pressure regulator can be used for tire
inflation. This regulator serves for maintaining the air pressure, filling tires and
serves as a safety valve. Remove the wing nut of regulator (or regulator rubber plug)
when inflating the tire and assemble a hose for tire inflating instead of it. Screw down
the hose fitting up to the end of thread for pushing the back pressure valve. In case
the maximal pressure 0,6 MPa (or 0,7 MPa at double hose brakes) is in air brake
tanks the tire can not be inflated. In this case it is necessary to reduce the pressure
by valve for draining the condensed water located in the bottom part of air tank. The
wing nut (or rubber plug) must be reassembled on the air pressure regulator after tire
inflating.
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RECOMMENDED TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE FOR FRONT WHEELS
Sum of load capacity for both tires used at front axle must not exceed allowed axle load capacity. Values of allowed axle load
capacity is mentioned in main technical parameters of the particular type of tractor. Tires of different design must not be
assembled on the same axle of tractor.
2WD TRACTORS
Main
operating
conditions
Field operation
Inflating pressure
(kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Road transportation Inflating pressure
(kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Operation with front Inflating pressure
loader (8km/h)
(kPa)
load capacity (kg)
7,50-16
6 PR
230-280
Tire size and design
7,50-20
9,00-16
10,00-16
6 PR
6 PR
6 PR
230-280
160-190
170-200
645-745
230-280
755-875
230-300
720-810
190-230
860-965
180-230
1035-1275
220-280
645-745
755-875
810-900
860-965
1510-1790
350
max.1490
350
max.1750
max.290
max.1350
250
max.1930
max.320
max.2300
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10 PR
120-170
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
RECOMMENDED TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE FOR FRONT WHEELS
Sum of load capacity for both tires used at front axle must not exceed allowed axle load capacity. Values of allowed axle load
capacity is mentioned in main technical parameters of the particular type of tractor. Tires of different design must not be
assembled on the same axle of tractor
4WD TRACTORS
Main operating conditions
Field operation
Inflating pressure (kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Road transportation Inflating pressure (kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Operation with front Inflating pressure (kPa)
loader (8 km/h)
load capacity (kg)
Main operating conditions
Field operation
Inflating pressure (kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Road transportation Inflating pressure (kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Operation with front Inflating pressure (kPa)
loader (8 km/h)
load capacity (kg)
Note:
Tire size and design
12,4-24
12,4R24
13,6R24
8 PR
100-170
130-160
130-160
895-1200
1190-1360
1270-1450
200-250
130-160
130-160
1330-1415
1190-1360
1270-1450
290
max. 2830
max. 200
max. 2040
max.200
max.1910
Tire size and design
14,9R24
380/70R24 420/70R24
130-160
1490-1700
130-160
1490-1700
max.200
max.2550
130-160
130-160
1445-1650
1665-1900
190
190
(1445)-1650 (1665)-1900
max.200
max.2300
max.200
max.2300
Tires 380/70R24 can be replaced by tires 13,6R24.
Tires 420/70R24 can be replaced by tires 14,9R24.
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RECOMMENDED TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE FOR REAR TIRES
Sum of load capacity for both tires used at rear axle must not exceed allowed axle load capacity. Values of allowed axle load
capacity is mentioned in main technical parameters of the particular type of tractor. Tires of different design must not be
assembled on the same axle of tractor.
Main
operating
conditions
Field work
Inflating pressure
(kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Road
Inflating pressure
transportation
(kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Main
operating
conditions
Field work
Inflating pressure
(kPa)
load capacity (kg)
Road
Inflating pressure
transportation
(kPa)
load capacity (kg)
16,9-34
8 PR
110-150
Tire size and design
16,9R34
18,4-34
8 PR
140-160
110-140
18,4R34
130-160
1830-2200
170-200
2130-2430
130-160
2250-2565
170-200
2450-2800
130-160
max. 2380
2130-2430
max. 2565
2450-2800
16,9-38
8 PR
110-140
Tire size and design
16,9R38
480/70R38
18,4R38
520/70R38
130-160
120-160
130-160
110-160
1940-2230
170-200
2255-2575
130-160
2500-2900
140-160
2625-3000
130-160
2635-3350
110-160
max. 2520
2255-2575
2700-2900
2625-3000
2635-3350
Note:
Tires 480/70R38 can be replaced by tires 16,9R38.
Tires 570/70R38 can be replaced by tires 18,4R38.
Inflate front and rear tires to lower mentioned value when working on fields with light soils (dry, sandy soils). Higher mentioned
pressure is intended for working in heavy and compact soils. When tilling any deformation of tire side walls must not be
appeared at minimal inflating. Load capacities mentioned in tables are valid under supposition that the speed of tractor doesn řt
exceed 30 km/h. Mentioned values are considered for one tire. For tractor maximal load of axle mustn řt exceed max loads of
tires.
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When loading the tractor, the allowed axle load capacity of axles must not exceed the allowed load capacity mentioned in main
technical parameters of the particular type of tractor. Change of tire load from the basic value is mentioned in the following
tables.
Note: values for inflating tires 100% are mentioned in tables of recommended inflating in article Main operating activities for
field operation .
TIRES FOR NON DRIVEN WHEELS
Front wheels
Speed
Load
Inflating
km/h
capacity %
%
125
150(200*)
10
100
135
20
100
115
25
100
100
30
100
90
35
100
80
40
* value for front loader only
TIRES FOR DRIVING WHEELS
Wheels - diagonal tire
Speed
Load
Inflating
km/h
capacity %
%
125
140**
10
100
120
20
100
107
25
100
100
30
100
90
35
100
80
40
** minimal value for 6 PR
It is not allowed to increase the tire load
capacity by farther increase of inflating
pressure over values mentioned in table
and with reducing the tractor travel
speed except of mentioned cases.
TIRES FOR DRIVING WHEELS
Wheels - radial tire
Speed
Load
Inflating
km/h
capacity %
%
125
150
10
100
123
20
100
111
25
100
107
30
100
103
35
100
100
40
TRACTOR STORAGE
If the tractor is stored out of operation for
short period, inflate tires to value used
for road transportation. When storage of
tractor for a long period, support the
tractor and reduce the tire pressure to
minimum (wheels must not touch the
ground).
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Page
Inspecting the tension of engine belt ...................................................................... 190
Tension of engine belt ............................................................................................. 190
Tightening the cylinder heads ................................................................................. 190
Adjustment of valve clearance ................................................................................ 191
Adjustment of valve clearance ................................................................................ 191
Adjustment of injectors ............................................................................................ 191
Adjustment of injectors ............................................................................................ 192
Adjustment of brake pedal free travel ..................................................................... 192
Bleeding the service brake system ........................................................................ 193
Adjustment of clutch pedal free travel .................................................................... 194
Bleeding the clutch hydraulic circuit ....................................................................... 194
Bleeding the front cardan brake .............................................................................. 195
Bleeding the front drum brake ................................................................................. 195
Inspection of service brake ..................................................................................... 196
Adjustment of service brake .................................................................................... 196
Adjustment of parking brake ................................................................................... 197
Changing the brake segments of front cardan brake .............................................. 198
Adjusting the free play of front wheel tapered roller bearings at tractors Z 8621,
Z 9621 ..................................................................................................................... 198
Adjusting the lifting links of pick up hitch ................................................................ 199
Adjusting the push-pull cable .................................................................................. 199
Almost all these following operations
require certain experience, service and
diagnostic equipment. Thatřs why we
recommend doing this work at specialized or authorized workshop
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F 273
INSPECTING THE TENSION OF ENGINE BELT
The correct tension of each belt is assured when the belt is deflected 7,5 mm
after pushing on the belt by force 25 N.
Adjust the tension of belt to prescribed
value after loosening the fixing screws
(1, 2).
F 274
TENSION OF ENGINE BELT
At tractors Z 11641 the correct tension is
when the belt is deflected 25 mm after
pushing on the belt by force 50 N.
F 275
TIGHTENING THE CYLINDER HEADS
Cylinder heads are tightened at cold
engine in the prescribed sequence.
Tractor Type
Z 8621 - Z 10641 - (A)
Torque
160 - 180 Nm
Valve
clearance
0,25“ 0,05 mm
Tractor Type
Z 11641 - (B)
Torque
1. first 19Nm
2. than 50 Nm
3. subsequently
tighten by 90„ “ 5ř)
Valve
0,30“ 0,05 mm
clearance
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F 276
F 277
F 278
ADJUSTMENT OF VALVE CLEARANCE
Engine valve clearance is adjusted at
cold engine. The correct valve clearance
at suction and exhaust valve is 0,25 ±
0,05 mm.
Change of rocker arm movement:
ADJUSTMENT
OF
VALVE
CLEARANCE
At tractors Z 11641 the engine valve
clearance is adjusted at cold engine with
piston in top dead positions at the end of
compression stroke. The correct valve
clearance at suction and exhaust valve
is 0,30 mm
Change of rocker arm movement:
ADJUSTMENT OF INJECTORS
The opening pressure of injectors is 22,0
- 0,8 MPa. Adjust the pressure to the
upper limit of tolerance (22,0 MPa) by
shims (1) of various thickness, which are
assembled under the spring (2). The
right position of injection nozzle (3) is
done by positioning pins on sealing
surface. Torque of fixing nut (4) is 50 60 Nm. Before tightening the nut press
the nozzle against spring by pushing the
nozzle against wooden surface.
Change of
rocker arm at
cylinder:
1
2
3
4
Adjusted valve at
cylinder:
4
3
2
1
Change of
rocker arm at
cylinder
1
5
3
6
2
4
Adjusted valve at
cylinder:
6
2
4
1
5
3
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F 279
ADJUSTMENT OF INJECTORS
At tractors Z 11641 the opening
pressure of injectors is 18 MPa. If the
measured value differs from the mentioned one adjust the spring of injector
by adding or removing the special shims
which determine preloading the spring.
Checking the injectors on testing bench.
F 280
ADJUSTMENT OF BRAKE PEDAL
FREE TRAVEL
The correct play between piston rod of
brake pedal and piston of main brake
valve is 0,5-1,0 mm. Adjust the play with
unlatched pedals and after releasing the
piston rod adjusting nut (1), in which the
piston rod is screwed down.
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F 281
F 282
BLEEDING THE SERVICE BRAKE SYSTEM
Bleed the system with unlatched pedals separately for each wheel.
- Check the brake fluid level in the brake fluid tank. Add the missing volume with
the new brake fluid up to max. level .
- Slide the hose on the vent screw after removing the rubber plug and put the other
end of hose into the transparent reservoir partially filled with brake fluid (3).
- Press the brake pedal, loosen the vent screw maximally by 1/4 turn. Press the
brake pedal fully down and tighten the vent screw
- Release the brake pedal and repeat procedure so long until the clear brake fluid
without bubbles flows out from the hose. Check the brake fluid level in the brake
fluid tank when bleeding to avoid aerating the brake system (1). Keep the hose
end permanently under brake fluid level. Reservoir (2) needs to be kept in the
highest possible position. The brake fluid must be completely exchanged in the
whole brake circuit minimally after two years.
Check the brake fluid level in the brake
fluid tank when bleeding to avoid
aerating the brake system (1).
Keep the hose end permanently
under brake fluid level. Reservoir
(2) needs to be kept in the
highest possible position. The
brake fluid must be completely
exchanged in the whole brake
circuit minimally after two years.
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F 283
F 284
ADJUSTMENT OF CLUTCH PEDAL
FREE TRAVEL
The play between pedal piston rod and
clutch valve piston does not need to be
adjusted - this is adjusted by producer.
The mutual position between piston rod
and piston rod eye (1) is adjusted that
way the piston rod is maximally pulled
from cylinder and the pedal is stopped
on the upper stop screw (2) in the same
time. Afterwards the piston rod is fixed
by nut (3) to piston rod eye. Check
eventual deformation of dust cap after
adjustment. In case of deformation correct it by hand
BLEEDING THE CLUTCH HYDRAULIC
CIRCUIT
Bleed the clutch hydraulic circuit by the
same way as bleeding the rear brake
system. Vent screw of clutch hydraulic
circuit is located on the clutch control
cylinder (1).
The brake fluid must be completely exchanged in the whole
brake circuit including the clutch
circuit minimally after two years.
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F 285
F 286
BLEEDING THE FRONT CARDAN BRAKE
Bleeding the brake system must be done at 4WD tractors equipped with cardan
brake. It is necessary to start step by step at both pairs of cardan brake cylinders.
One pair of cardan brake cylinders has two went screws (1), the second pair has
three went screws (2). Bleed the system with unlatched pedals so that you will gently
press one from pedals and you will bleed one pair of cardan brake cylinder
connected with circuit -I by the second pedal. Change pressing to pedals and bleed
the second pair of cardan brake cylinder connected with circuit -II. After bleeding the
cardan brake bleed the rear service brake.
BLEEDING THE FRONT DRUM BRAKE
Bleeding the front drum brake can be
done only with right pressure in the air
brake system. Bleed the front drum
brake by vent screws of wheel brake
cylinders. Press both pedals connected
by latch at bleeding. In the end bleed the
font brakes.
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F 287
F 288
INSPECTION OF SERVICE BRAKE
Press unlatched pedals of service brake
by maximal force approximately 500 N.
In case that pedal touches the stop, it is
necessary to adjust service brakes. The
stop is created by the riser on bottom
part of brake pedal bracket.
ADJUSTMENT OF SERVICE BRAKE
Before adjustment of service brake the parking brake lever must be in disbraked
position and there must be a play between nut (1) and pin (2) in lever of disc brake
(3). In case you will find this system without a play, loosen gently the nut (1). Lift both
rear tractor wheels and let turn one wheel by means of your helper by hand.
Simultaneously tighten the adjusting nut (4) so long the wheel can not be turned by
hand. Do not tighten more. After blocking the wheel loosen the adjusting nut by 5/6
of turn (5 flats of nut) and check for turning the wheel. After this basic adjustment
check for efficiency of service brakes and for the brake effect of both wheels. If the
asymmetry of brake effect appears between left and right brake the adjusting nut (4)
of brake with bigger brake effect needs to be loosened by required value.
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F 290
ADJUSTMENT OF PARKING BRAKE
Adjustment of parking brake follows after service brake adjustment. Parking brake
lever must be in disbraked position. Adjust the parking brake so the lock nut (1) of
parking brake link (2) touches the pin in disc brake lever (3). After this basic
adjustment check for efficiency of parking brakes and for the brake effect of both
wheels. If the asymmetry of brake effect appears between left and right brake the
adjusting nut (1) of brake with bigger brake effect needs to be loosened by required
value.
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F 291
F 292
CHANGING THE BRAKE SEGMENTS
OF FRONT CARDAN BRAKE
Brake segments must be exchanged if
the thickness of lining is smaller than
2mm. Brake segments are accessible
after removing of two cotter pins securing the cover sheet metal.
The wear of cardan brake segments is
indicated by indicator lamp on the dashboard.
Note: There are contacts in brake
segment lining and these connect signal
electric circuit after wearing.
ADJUSTING THE FREE PLAY OF FRONT WHEEL TAPERED ROLLER
BEARINGS AT TRACTORS Z 8621, Z 9621
- Fix tractor against movement, lift up and support the front axle.
- Remove the bearing cover (1) and remove the cotter pin (2) from the castle nut
(3).
- Tighten the castle nut (3) by 15 Nm.
- Loosen the nut by 180„ and release the bearing by knocking of wooden mallet to
the wheel hub.
- Retighten the castle nut (3) with torque wrench by 3-5 Nm. If the slots of castle
nut are not aligned with opening in pin loosen the nut to the nearest slot. Wheel
must be freely turned without evident play but without evident resistance.
Bearings mustnřt be noisy. (Hub sealing creates a friction against turning and this
needs to be taken into consideration).
- Lock the castle nut with a new cotter pin.
- Add the grease in cover (1) fill maximally 1/3 of space in the hub.
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F 293
F 294
ADJUSTING THE LIFTING LINKS OF
PICK UP HITCH
Chose the position control - "P" by hydraulic selection control lever. Raise the
hydraulic lifting arms into the upper position. Adjust the telescopic links that
way you thread the lock nuts to guiding
tube without play. Than unscrew the nuts
by 4 threads.
ADJUSTING THE PUSH-PULL CABLE
Adjust when the carrier with towing hook
is in full contact with carrier hooks. The
push pull cable must be under
tensioning that way to be the lever in cab
without play. Lock the push pull cable by
lock nut against loosening.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Page
Electrical equipment ................................................................................................ 204
Basic service information ........................................................................................ 204
Battery..................................................................................................................... 205
Battery maintenance ............................................................................................... 205
Charging and maintaining the batery ...................................................................... 206
Alternator................................................................................................................. 208
Alternator maintenance ........................................................................................... 208
Fuse box ................................................................................................................. 209
Checking the adjustment of front mask headlights ................................................. 210
Adjustment of front grill headlights .......................................................................... 210
Checking the adjustment of cab roof headlights ..................................................... 211
Wiring harness diagram of tractor ........................................................................... 212
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
F 295
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Nominal voltage (minus
12 V
pole (-) grounded)
Battery (1)
Z 8621 - Z 10641
AKUMA 12V/135Ah
12 V
∗ AKUMA 12V/165Ah
Z 11641
AKUMA 12V/165 Ah HD
12 V
AKUMA 12V/180 Ah
Alternator with voltage regulator (2)
14V/70 A
Z 8621 - Z 10641
6V/85 A
Z 11641
12V/3,5kW
Starter motor (3)
F 296
BASIC SERVICE INFORMATION
Battery "minus" pole must be ever connected with the ground and "plus" pole connected with alternator. Vice versa connected battery destroys the complete electronics of alternator. If starting the tractor by means of another battery or auxiliary
source don’t forget to connect "plus" to "plus" and "minus" to "minus". Disconnect
battery by removing the connector from tractor ground (-) if changing any part of
charging circuit. Avoid possible short circuit on connectors.
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F 297
BATTERY
Battery (1) is accessible after removing
the front grill of bonnet.
∗ Battery switch (3) is located on the
left-hand side under the cab. This is
accessible from outside.
BATTERY MAINTENANCE
Maintain the battery clean, good fixed to
the vehicle. The fixing device mustn’t deform the battery case. Electrolyte level
mustn’t be under the minimum mark that
is on the case.
F 298
Add distilled water only!
1. First study the operator’s manual for working with batterry.
2. Safe your eyes by glasses or by safety shield!
3. Electrolyte is a caustic agent that ’s why keep attention when working with
electrolyte! Neutralize the skin and wear stained by electrolyte with soap
water. Wash them by clean water.
4. Hydrogen is released from electrolyte at charging the battery and this
creates the explosive mixture being mixed with the air. That ’s why
manipulation with open flame and smoking at battery is forbidden!
5. The explosion might be caused by a spark created at manipulation with
battery terminals when the closed charging circuit!
6. Keep children out of battery and electrolyte!
7. Discarded battery is ecologically dangerous reject. Let it scrap by
specialists (service network). They will do it free of charge when buying
the new battery.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
CHARGING AND MAINTAINING THE
BATERY
A) Charging on the vehicle and outside the vehicle
1. Systematic overcharging and discharging of battery damages and
shortens its life. Correctly adjusted
charging system maintains battery
near to the fully charged status. At
set level of voltage (13,8 - 14,4 V) in
charging system and average tractor
operation it is sufficient to check and
maintain the level of electrolyte by
distilled water once per six month.
2. At heavier operation and another
level of regulated voltage it is necessary more frequent checking the
level of electrolyte. Overcharging the
battery on vehicle (more than 14,4 V)
causes bigger loose of electrolyte.
3. It is necessary to charge the battery
removed from the vehicle or in the
vehicle which is not in operation (see
storage of charged batteries with
electrolyte). It is also suitable to
charge battery in vehicle before
wintertime and after wintertime. In
winter season and strong frost the
electrolyte might be frozen at almost
discharged battery (density of
3
electrolyte 1,12 - 1,15 g/cm ) in this
case the life will be substantially
reduced (disintegration of active
4.
5.
6.
B)
1.
2.
3.
agent and destroy of battery case).
Heavily discharged battery (density
3
of electrolyte lower than 1,07 g/cm )
might be frozen already at several
degrees below zero.
Charge the battery by current that is
0,1 of total battery capacity (or lower)
up to fully charged status.
Charging device with constant
voltage 14,4 V can be also used.
Charging time can be max. 30 hours
according to status of discharging.
Fully discharged battery must be
charged as soon as possible, otherwise its full capacity can not be restored.
Charged battery
Battery is considered as fully
charged if all battery cells generates
the gas with same intensity. If the
3
electrolyte density is 1,28 g/cm in all
cells and if the total voltage of battery
is within 15,3 - 16,5 V, measured
with the prescribed charging current.
Status of full charging is confirmed
when the received density of electrolyte and level of voltage is not
changed within farther two measurements following after two hours.
For example the charging status for
your orientation: status of charging
corresponds to density of electrolyte.
Charging status is characterized by
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density of electrolyte and is
measured by densimeter. Every cell
needs to be measured.
Status of charging = density of
electrolyte
charging status
Electrolyte density
3
100 %
1,28 g/cm
3
70 %
1,23 g/cm
3
50 %
1,20 g/cm
3
20 %
1,15 g/cm
3
0%
1,12 g/cm
C) Storage of charged battery with
electrolyte
1. Before storage the battery must be
charged up to final symptoms of
charging. It must be disconnected
from charging system, cleaned and
with plugs.
2. Battery that is built into a plastic case
from polypropylene must be charged
after three month of storage because
of smaller self-discharging.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
3. Intervals for checking the status of
electrolyte are: when charging the
battery or minimally once per 6
month, battery is maintained by
adding the distilled water! If some
electrical components are permanently connected even at disconnected key switch (for example
Warning) it is necessary to check the
status of charging “ i.e. voltage w/o
load and electrolyte density min. 1x
after 1 month.
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F 299
F 300
ALTERNATOR
Alternator is accessible after removing
the right side shield. Charging status is
indicated by the red indicator lamp on
the instrument panel.
Damaged
indicator
lamp
bulb
12 V 1,2 W must be immediately exchanged.
All wires connected with the
alternator must be disconnected
when repairing tractor by electric
arc welding. Protect the wire
"+B" against short circuit.
ALTERNATOR MAINTENANCE
- Protect the alternator against penetration of water or diesel fuel when washing
and cleaning the tractor.
- Battery must be never disconnected from alternator within the operation!
- The alternator must never run without load i.e. with disconnected terminal "+B"
and connected terminal "+D". When increased engine speed, this status would
create excessively high voltage of alternator and the voltage would damage the
alternator electronics.
- Never create the short circuit of any alternator connector within the operation!
- Alternator must not be additionally excited. Alternator electronics is damaged in
this case.
- Keep the perfect electrical connection of alternator terminals and perfect alternator ground.
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Position of fuse in fuse box
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
F 301
7
FUSE BOX
Fuse box is accessible after removing
the steering support left cover. The main
fuse box has eight polls. Farther four poll
fuse box located nearby the main box is
assembled at cab tractors.
Fuses are of knife type and the prescribed value of amperage must be kept
when exchanging fuse. In case of repeated fuse exchange look for the
authorized service.
8
9
10
11
12
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Fuse
Protected circuit
size
15A Hazard light interrupter, brake lights
15A acoustic horn, outlet 30 of starter
interlock relay
15A front driving axle, diff. lock, front PTO
w/ indicator lamps, diff. lock relay
„3„, dashboard supply, plug socket
for assembly lamp
15A high beam head lights with indicator
lamp
15A left position light, license plate light
15A right position light, working headlight
with indicator lamp
15A right low beam head light, fog light
with indicator lamp
15A left low beam head light, indicator
lamp for grill/roof head light
15A front and rear wiper, washer, relay
„4„,
15A heating blower, relay „5„ and „6„
15A reserve
15A air condition (AC compressor clutch)
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
F 302
CHECKING THE ADJUSTMENT OF FRONT MASK HEADLIGHTS
Tractor must stand on horizontal ground and tires must be inflated to the specific
pressure when checking on a testing wall. Basic vertical setting of grill headlights
with low beam is adjusted with - 3,5 % tolerance from basic setting (measured at
stopped tractor with shipping weight). Light beams must be parallel with tractor axis
in horizontal direction.
I
h
∆h
α
-
Distance between testing wall and tractor headlight (5 m).
Height of headlight center above ground
Inclination of headlight (-3,5 %) to distance of testing wall = 17,5 cm
Raising the picture of asymmetric headlight (15%)
F 303
ADJUSTMENT OF FRONT GRILL
HEADLIGHTS
Adjust the light by means of both screws
(1) for vertical and horizontal direction
simultaneously - horizontally
2 ; vertically +1 to -6 .
Each light is adjusted separately. Bulb is
exchanged from the rear part of parabola. Slide out or remove the battery
because of limited space.
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F 304
CHECKING THE ADJUSTMENT OF CAB ROOF HEADLIGHTS
Any point of illuminated surface on the left side of road must not be more far than 30
m.
Light beams must be parallel with tractor axis in horizontal direction.
Adjust the headlights at tractor with its shipping weight. Front roof headlights can be
used on the road only in case that front implement is attached or if the attached
machine covers grill headlights.
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WIRING HARNESS DIAGRAM OF TRACTOR
F 307
Poz.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Location of bulb
front asymmetric headlights
cab roof asymmetric headlights
front combined headlights
turning lights
position lights
working lights
rear combined lights
tail lights
brake lights
turning lights
license number plate illumination
dashboard “ integrated instrument
panel
cab illumination
switch of hydraulic electromagnetic
control
Voltage
12 V
12 V
Power
45/40 W
45/40 W
12 V
12 V
12 V
21 W
10 W
55 W
12 V
12 V
12 V
2x12 V
10 W
21 W
21 W
5W
12 V
12 V
12 V
1,2 W
5W
1,2 W
Socket
Notice
(low beam connected)
H3
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F 305
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WIRING HARNESS DIAGRAM OF TRACTOR
1. Hazard light interrupter
2. Hazard lights
3. Headlight switch “ (main, position,
off)
4. Combined toggle switch
5. Low beam headlight switch (roof-grill)
6. Front grill headlights
7. Front cab headlights
8. Working lights
9. Fog light
10. Left front headlight
11. Left rear light
12. License number plate illumination
13. Seven pole socket
14. Front parking lights
15. Right rear light
16. Right front headlight
17. Switch of Hi-Lo
18. Hi-Lo - 1
19. PTO control (front, rear)
20. Indicator lamp of air cleaner clogging
21. Hi-Lo indicator lamp
22. Valve 2. of Hi- Lo
23. Valve 1. of Hi- Lo
24. Sensor of air cleaner clogging
25. Differential lock
26. Differential lock valve
27. Dashboard illumination
28. Glow plugs
29. Front wheel drive
30. Front wheel drive valve
31. Fuel level indicator lamp
32. Fuel level indicator
33. Fuel gauge
34. Thermometer
35. Failure indicator lamp
36. Blower
37. Air pressure indicator lamp
38. Blower
39. Air condition
40. Pressure gauge
41. Front wiper
42. Washer
43. Rear wiper
44. Wiper switch
45. Lubrication indicator lamp
46. Starter motor
47. Alternator
48. Tachometer
49. Tachometer
50. Indicator lamp of charging
51. Battery
52. Key switch
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WIRING HARNESS DIAGRAM OF TRACTOR
1. Right roof headlight
2. Front wiper
3. Ground connector of front wiper
4. Ground connector of front headlight
5. Control panel of heating blower
6. Left roof headlight
7. Heating blower motor
8. Washer motor
9. Ground connector of washer
10. Connector of washer motor
11. Right front combined light
12. Left front combined light
13. Working light
14. Light of inner illumination
15. Front wiper switch
16. Rear wiper
17. Rear wiper switch
18. Connector of hydraulic outer control
19. Blower connectors
20. License number plate illumination
21. Right rear combined light
22. Left rear combined light
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PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE
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Planned technical maintenance ............................................................................. 220
Used operation liquids and fluids ............................................................................ 228
Lubrication chart of tractor ...................................................................................... 232
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PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE
INSPECTION TRACTOR MAINTENANCE
1
After engine hours
Inspection and maintenance operations
1
2
3
ENGINE
Engine oil exchange
Engine oil cleaner exhcange
Retightening the cylinder head nuts
Valve clearance inspection and adjustment
Inspection of engine lubrication pressure - after starting
Inspection for level and lubrication syst’ m leaks
Cleaning the turbocharger compressor housing and intake manifold
Inspection of turbocharger for leakage and bearing play
Inspection for water pump bearing play
ENGINE ACCESSORY
Inspection for leaks and function of hydraulic system clutch control
Check of coolant level and cooling system leakage
Check of fuel system leakage
Air cleaner maintenance
Cleaning the radiator fins by pressure air
Cleaning the AC condenser fins by pressure air
Coolant exchange
Inspection and adjustment of injection pump
Inspection for turbocharger lub. System leaks
Inspection for exhaust manifold tightness
Inspection for injector opening pressure and nozzle function
Fuel cleaner cartridge exchange
Drive belt tension inspection and adjustment
Fuel course cleaner inspection and cleaning
X
X
X
X
X
X
Every 200 hours
Every 200 hours
X
X
X
Every 10 hours
Every 10 hours
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Every 10 hours
Every 10 hours
Every 10 hours
Every 200 hours
Every 200 hours
Every 50 hours
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
X
X
X
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Every 200 hours
Every 200 hours
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2
After engine hours
Inspection and maintenance operations
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
TRANSMISSION
Transmission oil cleaner cartridge exchange
Cleaning the magnetic element and trans. oil trainer
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Inspection for oil level in transmission
∗
Exchange of oil in transmission
Front PTO oil level inspection
Front PTO oil level exchange
Greasing of front PTO cardan shaft joint by vaseline
AXLES AND STEERING
Exchnge of oil in front axle housing and final drive housings
Inspection for oil level in front axle housing and final drive housing
Exchange of oil and hydrostatic steering cleaner cartridge
Hydrostatic steering hoses exchange
Greasing of front axle pivot pin
Greasing of front axle knees (extension)
Greasing of front wheel hub (add grease max. 1/3 of space)
Greasing of steering ball joints
Greasing of axle bearing at right final drive
Greasing of drive shaft joints and grooves of shaft
Inspection for wheel bearing play
Inspection for front wheel toe in
Inspection for torque of bolts, nuts, at steer. con. rod, steering arms and
wheels
X
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
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Every 200 hours
Every 200 hours
X
X
X
Every 200 hours
X
X
X
Every 200 hours
X
X
X
Every 200 hours
X
X
X
X
X
Every 200 hours
Every 200 hours
X
X
X X X X X X
X
X
X
X
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
Every 200 hours
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X
X
X X
X X
PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE
INSPECTION TRACTOR MAINTENANCE
3
After engine hours
Inspection and maintenance operations
5
6
HYDRAULIC
Greasing of top sensing torsion bar
Greasing of top sensing lever
Greasing of lift assist cylinder pins
Greasing of telescopic control link
Greasing of right lifting link
Greasing of front three point hitch pins
Inspection for front three point hitch hydraulic circuit leaks
Inspection for leaks and functions of particular hydraulic systems
BRAKE SYSTEM
Inspection for brake liquid level and brake system leaks
Inspection for brake system leaks and trailer brake afficiency
Inspection for function and adjustment of service and parking brake
Air brake adjustment
Greasing of hydraulic brake system control
Checking the tightness of air pressure regulator nuts
Draining the condensed water from air tank
Greasing of all sliding surfaces of air instruments
Exchange of rubber parts at brake system
Air tank revision
Exchange of diaphragm, cleaning and adjustment the air pres. regulator
X X X X X X X X
Every 200 hours
Every 200 hours
Every 200 hours
X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X
X
Every 200 hours
X X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X X
X X
Every 10 hours
Every 10 hours
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
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X
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INSPECTION TRACTOR MAINTENANCE
4
After engine hours
Inspection and maintenance operations
7
8
8
3
9
ELECTRICAL INSTALATION
Inspection for charging function
X
Every 10 hours
Inspect for status and function of electrical equipment and accessory
X
X
Every 200 hours
Inspection for charging voltage
X
X
Inspection for battery electrolyte level
X
X
Every 200 hours
Cleaning the battery terminals and their conservation by vaseline
X
Every 200 hours
Inspection of starter, bearings, carbon brushes and their holders
X
X
Inspection of alternator, bearings, electronics, collectors
X
X
Greasing of front and rear wiper mechanism
X
X
X
X
X
CAB AND TRACTOR ACCESSORIES
Cleaning and lubricating the lock of steering column
X X X X X X X X X X
Inspection for driver„s seat function, greasing of moving parts
X
Every 200 hours
Inspection for seat shock absorber leaks
X
X
Greasing of door and rear window hinges, door pin and locks
X X X X X X X X X X
Greasing of trailer hitch automatic mouth
X
Every 200 hours
Greasing of pick up hitch
X X X X X X X X X X
Inspection and eventual cleaning of cab filters
X
Every 10 hours
Inspection of hitches, attachments including trailer
X
Every 10 hours
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INSPECTION TRACTOR MAINTENANCE
5
After engine hours
Inspection and maintenance operations
ENGINE OF TRACTORS Z 11641 FORTERRA
Exchange of running-in oil
only after first 50 hours
Engine oil exchange
Every 150 hours
Inspection for engine for engine oil level
Every 10 hours
First exchange of engine oil cleaner cartridge
only after first 50 hours
Exchange of engine oil cleaner
Every 300 hours
Exchange of fuel cleaner
Every 300 hours
Inspection of injectors
Every 600 hours
Inspection of injection pump
Every 1200 hours
Maintenance of air cleaner
according to clogging indicator, minimaly once
per year
Adjustment of valve tappets
Every 600 hours
Check of belt tightening
Every 50 hours
Check of manifold, alternator and starter motor
Every 1200 hours
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Note :
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After first implementation of new tractor or at after general repair.
According to dustiness and uncleanness of intake air (straw etc.) every 50 to 200 hours
Clean daily when working with front attached machines if necessary in shorter periods
Max. period - 2 years.
Change hoses at least after four years from time of their production.
New hoses must not be older than two years from time of their production mentioned on hose surface
Max. period - five years from time of tractor manufacturing.
Max. period - five years from time of air-tank manufacturing or after accident.
This covers the adjustment of front asymmetric headlight and adjustment of brake indicator light switches (max. play between
switch and foot brake pedal stop must be 0,5 to 1,0 mm).
In summer season - every 100 hours.
3
In case of leakage remove the failed piston rod sealing, flush out the shock absorber by petrol and fill it up with 70 cm of
shock absorber oil.
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PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE ’ MIDDLE REPAIR
This is carried out after 2400 hours.
AT TRACTORS Z 8621 - Z 10641
1. Disassemble the compressor case of turbocharger with
inlet manifold.
2. Disassemble spiral of compressor.
3. Remove impurities sedimented in compressor case and on
the rotor by brush with solvent.
Cleaning by sharp subject or by wire brush is
forbidden!
Do not repair eventually deformed blades!
LUBRICATING THE ELEMENTS OF HYDRAULIC BRAKES
At moving parts i.e. brake cylinders, clutch cylinders and brake
equaliser, coat the sliding surfaces from sealing rings in
direction to the outer dust rings by special vaseline for
hydraulic brakes (for example Pentosin special). In the same
time inspect rubber parts of brakes. Exchange damaged
rubber parts. Exchange all rubber parts at least up to five
years from date of tractor manufacturing.
INSPECTING THE TIGHTNESS OF TURBOCHARGER AND
THE BEARING PLAY
In case the oil penetrates from bearing case round the shaft
and in case the allowed radial and axial bearing play is
exceeded, let the turbocharger repair in specialised workshop.
Exchange the hose at inlet manifold and at outlet of lubrication
oil from turbocharger when reassembling the turbocharger to
the engine. Fix the proper tightness of both connections. Fill
0,2 litres of engine oil into inlet oil opening when reassembling
the turbocharger to the engine.
The inner conservation of turbocharger must be done if
the tractor is a long time out of operation.
This is done even after short starting the engine. That „s why
we recommend to start the turbocharged engine minimally
once per three month at tractor out of operation and let the
engine run for few minutes. The inner conservation is done by
this way.
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PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE ’ GENERAL REPAIR
General repair of tractor must be done in case that its farther
operation is not economical anymore. If many parts need
repair and the complete technical status of tractor jeopardizes
the safe operation.
The middle life of engine and transmission is 6000 hours if all
regulations for maintenance are kept according to the
technical documentation of producer when working in normal
climatic conditions and in even terrain.
This number of hours is valid if the following tractor working
conditions are taken into consideration:
tillage and sowing preparation
sowing
harvesting
agricultural transportation
15 - 25 %
10 - 15 %
10 - 20 %
40 - 65 %
If the tractor works in hilly conditions the life of engine and
transmission is reduced by 15-20 %.
If the tractor works in worse climatic conditions the life of
engine and transmission is reduced by 15-20 %.
Note:
Front driving axle is also considered as a transmission.
TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE OF TRACTOR AFTER
GENERAL REPAIR
Run-in the tractor after general repair according to rules for
running in the new tractor. Do the maintenance as on the new
tractor.
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PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE ’ USED OPERATION LIQUIDS
Producer
Paramo Pardubice
Paramo Pardubice
Paramo Pardubice
SHELL
ARAL
ARAL
KORAMO Kolín
MV
Akros
Akros
Oils for turbocharged engines Z 8621 - 10641 Forterra turbo (tab. 1)
Oil trade mark
Viscosity class
M7ADS III-TRYSK
20W/40
M7ADS III-TRYSK SUPER
15W/40
M7ADS IV-TRYSK SUPER TURBO
15W/40
RIMULA TX
10W/30
MULTI TURBORAL
15W/40
AUSTROTRAC
10W/30
MOGUL DIESEL DTT Plus
10W/40
MV truck M Plus
15W/40
MV truck FE Plus
10W/40
MV truck FE
10W/40
MV AUSTROTRAC
10W/30
MV truck LD
15W/40
MV RME Plus
15W/40
Oil for naturally aspirated engine - Z 11641 Forterra
Akros Motor Oil 30 only running in oil!
Akros Super
15W/40
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API class
SF/CD+
SG/CE
SG/CF-4
SG/CF-4
CF-4/SH
CE/SF
CF-4
CF-4/SG
CF-4
CE/SG
CE
CE
CE/SG
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PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE ’ USED OPERATION LIQUIDS
Oils for transmissions, front driving axle, front PTO gearbox (tab. 2)
Z 8621 - 10641 Forterra turbo and Z 11641 Forterra
Producer
Oil trade mark
Viscosity class
SAE J 306 MAR 85
Paramo Pardubice
Paramo Pardubice
Esso
Koramo Kolín
Producer
Agip
Gyrol - UTTO
Gyrol - PP80
Torque Fluid 62
Mogul Trans 80
80W
80W
80W
80W
Oils for front driving axle (tab. 3)
Z 8621 - 10641 Forterra turbo and Z 11641 Forterra
Oil trade mark
Viscosity class
API class
API, SAE J
308 NOV 82
GL-4
GL-4
GL-4
GL-4
API class
Agip Rotra Multi THT
HYDROSTATIC STEERING (tab. 4)
Hydraulic oil OH - HM 46 is used for 2WD tractors (this oil
corresponds by its features to high pressure oils according to
classification ISO 6743, ISO - L - HM 46).
Mogul HM 46, Mogul H - LPD 46
Hydraulic oil OH - HM 32 is used for 4WD tractors (this oil
corresponds by its features to high pressure oils according to
classification ISO 6743, ISO - L - HM 32).
Mogul H - LPD 32, Mogul HM 32
FUEL
Summer diesel fuel NM - 4 according to SN 656505 for
season from 1.4. to 31.10.
Winter diesel fuel NM - 22 according to SN 656506 for
season 1.11. to 31.3.
Note: Similarly the suitable kinds of fuel must be used abroad.
PLASTIC VASELINE
Plastic vaseline LITOL 24 according to GOST 21150.75
(classification of plastic lubricant) or PM - LA 2 (classification
of plastic lubricant ISO 6743/9, ISO - L - XBCEA 2).
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PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE ’ USED OPERATION LIQUIDS
FLUIDS FOR HYDRAULIC BRAKES AND ENGINE CLUTCH
Brake fluid SYNTHOL 205 yellow according to PND 31-656-80
(classification of fluid according to prescription ISO 4925 or
SAE J 1703).
The fluid is not suitable for arctic conditions.
1. Brake fluid must be exchanged minimally once per
two years without consideration of operated hours.
2. Brake fluid of the same classification can be
mutually mixed..
LIQUID FOR ENGINE COOLING CIRCUIT AND FOR CAB
HEATING - TRACTORS Z 8621 - Z 10641
Antifreeze mixture FRIDEX - STABIL, FRIDOL 91 and
dimineralised water in mixing ratio 1:1,5 (add the mixture in the
same mixing ratio). Antifreeze for exchanging abroad must
contain anticorrosion additives saving all materials (including
rubbers and cylinder head gasket) of engine cooling system
and tractor heating system.
1. At tractors Z 10641 the water without antifreeze can
not be used!
2. Exchange the antifreeze after two years of
operation.
3. Fluids FRIDEX - STABIL, FRIDOL 91 can be
mutually mixed. Mixing with another liquids is not
verified.
Use only prescribed antifreeze
AKROS FLUID!
into cooling system of engine at tractor
Z 11641 Forterra!
It is not allowed to add water or another
fluid into this antifreeze!
Exchange after 1200 hours or at least after two years of
operation.
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Poz.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Lubrication point - inspection
Cooling system - antifreeze exchange
Engine - oil exchange
Steering oil tank
Brake fluid tank
Transmission
Driver„s seat (handle and seat rollers)
Driver„s seat shock absorber
Front axle pivot pin (2 lub. nipples)
Rigid knees of front axle (2 lub. nipples)
Front wheel bearings
Steering lever ball joints
Top link sensing lever (1 lub. nipple)
Lift assisting cylinder pins (2 or 4 lub. nipples)
Control of vertical lift link (1 lub. nipple)
Right vertical lift link of three point hitch (1 lub. nipple)
Torsion shaft of sensing control (1 lub. nipple)
Push-pull cable of pick up hitch, hand parking brake
Cab blower bearings
Bearing and lever system of front and rear wiper
Left lifting arm pin
Lower pin of three point hitch support
Cab door hinges
Tightening nuts of lower draft link
Front PTO joints
Front PTO gearbox
Front three point hitch pins
Trailer hitch automatic mouth (4 lubrication. nipples)
Battery
Clutch control cylinder (after disassembly)
Brake control cylinders (after disassembly)
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Fill sort
Coolant
see (tab. 1)
see (tab. 4)
Synthol 205
see (tab. 2)
PM - LA 2
Shock absorb oil
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
see (tab. 2)
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
*Distilled water
WACKER Silicon paste P4 Weich
WACKER Silicon paste P4 Weich
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Poz.
Lubrication points - check
31 Pick up hitch pin
32 Brake amplifier
pneumatic part
hydraulic part
Fill kind
PM - LA 2
PM - LA 2
WACKER Silicon paste P4 Weich
* - add the water up to level marked on the battery case
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PLANNED TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE ’ USED OPERATION LIQUIDS
Used in
Coolant Z 8621 - Z 10641
Coolant Z 11641
Fuel
Engine oil
Oil for transmission and diff case
Oil for front driving axle
Oil for final drive of front driving axle
Fill sort
Fridex Stabil (Fridol 91) + dimineralised
water
Akros Fluid
Diesel fuel 4, diesel fuel 22
see (tab.1)
see (tab.2)
Torque Fluid 62 (Rotra Multi THT)
Z 8621Z 10641
(in litters)
17,5 - 19,0•
20,5 - 23,0••
180
10 l
52 l
6,5
2x0,6
Z 11641
(in litters)
18,5 l
180
15 l
52 l
6,5
2x0,6
Torque Fluid 62 (Rotra Multi THT)
Oil for gearbox of front PTO
Brake fluid
Oil for hydrostatic steering
Oil for shock absorber of seat (Mars)
1,2
see (tab.2)
HD 205
see (tab.4)
shock absorber oil
1,2
0,5 l
0,5 l
2,7 - 2,9 l
0,07
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• - Z 8621 - Z 9641
•• - Z 10641
At 4WD tractors the oil quantity is by 2 litters bigger. It is necessary to add farther 7 litters of oil when working with tractor in hilly
conditions. When driving implements requiring bigger quantity of oil in outer circuit it is possible to add 15 litters into
transmission.
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
Page
Technical data of engines at tractors Z 8621, Z 8641, Z 9621, Z 9641,
Z 10641 ................................................................................................................... 240
Technical data of engines at tractor Z 11641.......................................................... 242
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo ........................................................................................ 245
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo ........................................................................................ 245
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo ........................................................................................ 255
Zetor 9641 Forterra turbo ........................................................................................ 255
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo ...................................................................................... 277
Zetor 11641 Forterra ............................................................................................... 293
Dimensions of front tires ......................................................................................... 306
Dimensions of rear tires ......................................................................................... 306
Force, power, and fuel consumption ....................................................................... 306
Speed of tractors Z 8621 - Z 10641 Forterra turbo (30km/h) .................................. 307
Speed of tractors Z 8621 - Z 10641 Forterra turbo (40km/h) .................................. 309
Speed of tractors Z 11641 Forterra (30km/h).......................................................... 309
Speed of tractors Z 11641 Forterra (40km/h).......................................................... 310
Rear independent PTO .......................................................................................... 311
Front independent PTO .......................................................................................... 311
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
TECHNICAL DATA OF ENGINES AT TRACTORS Z 8621, Z 8641, Z 9621, Z 9641, Z 10641
Tractor type
Engine type
Engine execution
Engine execution
Number of cylinders
Displacement
Bore x stroke
Rated speed
Ignition sequence
Compression ratio
Max. overspeed
Low idle speed
Engine power at nominal
speed according to ISO 2288
Specific fuel consumption at
rated speed
Engine lubrication
Max. engine oil consumption
after 100 hour running in
Engine oil pressure at rated
speed and oil temperature
80’ C
Min. oil pressure at 700 RPM
and oil temperature 80’ C
Coolant temperature
Timing
Oil cleaner
Fuel cleaner
Z 8621, 8641
Z 9621, Z 9641
Z 10641
1203
1003
1303
diesel, four stroke with direct fuel injection, turbocharged
in line, water-cooled
4
4
4
4156
4156
4156
105x120
105x120
105x120
2200
2200
2200
1-3-4-2
1-3-4-2
1-3-4-2
17
17
17
2460
2460
2460
700-50
700-50
700-50
3
cm
mm
RPM
RPM
RPM
kW
60
67,5
76
-1
-1
17,99
20,07
Press type with pump -Gerotor
21,86
-1
-1
0,7
0,7
0,7
MPa
0,2 - 0,5
0,2 - 0,5
0,2 - 0,5
MPa
’C
0,05
80 - 95
OHV
0,05
80 - 95
OHV
Full flow
One stage with cartridge
0,05
80
OHV
g.kW .h
g.kW .h
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
TECHNICAL DATA OF ENGINES AT TRACTORS Z 8621, Z 8641, Z 9621, Z 9641, Z 10641
Injection pump Type
PP4M10K1f3460
PP4M10K1f3459
PP4M10K1f3461
Nozzle
DOP 150 S 428 - 4104
DOP 150 S 428 - 4104
DOP 150 S 428 - 4104
Injector opening pressure
22-0,8
22-0,8
22-0,8
Timing angle
’
23+1
23+1
23+1
Valve clearance measured at
cold engine
- suction
mm
0,25“ 0,05
0,25“ 0,05
0,25“ 0,05
- exhaust
mm
0,25“ 0,05
0,25“ 0,05
0,25“ 0,05
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
TECHNICAL DATA OF ENGINES AT TRACTORS Z 11641
Tractor type
Engine type
Engine execution
Engine execution
Number of cylinders
Displacement
Bore x stroke
Rated speed
Ignition sequence
Compression ratio
Max. overspeed
Low idle speed
Engine power at nominal
speed. according to ISO 2288
Specific fuel consumption at
rated speed
Engine lubrication
Max. engine oil consumption
after 100 hour running in
Engine oil pressure at rated
speed and oil temperature
80’ C
Min. oil pressure at 700 RPM
and oil temperature 80’ C
Coolant temperature
Timing
Oil cleaner
Fuel cleaner
Z 11641
1000.6.W
diesel, four stroke with direct fuel injection
in line, water-cooled
6
6000,66
105x115,5
2350
1-5-3-6-2-4
17
2520
750“ 10
3
cm
mm
RPM
RPM
RPM
Not available in the time when printed this
publication.
kW
-1
g.kW .h
-1
28,3
Pressure oil ( gear type pump)
-1
g.kW .h
MPa
MPa
’C
-1
Not available in the time when printed this
publication.
Not available in the time when printed this
publication.
Not available in the time when printed this
publication.
100
OHV
Full flow
One stage with cartridge
242
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
TECHNICK’
Injection pump Type
Type of governor
Type of Injectors
Injector opening pressure
Timing angle
Valve clearance measured at
cold engine
- suction
- exhaust
DATA MOTOR
MPa
’
mm
mm
TRAKTOR Z 11641
BOSCH PFR 1K 90A 555
electronic
BOSCH - DLLA 155 S 1323
180+8 (bar)
16
0,30
0,30
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ZETOR 8621 FORTERRA TURBO
ZETOR 9621 FORTERRA TURBO
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
7,50 - 20
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
MAIN DIMENSIONS (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4384
1974
2136
1929
1929
1967
1967
1967
1929
2020
2758
2648
2750
2677
2756
2662
2794
2684
536
2794
2684
2750
2677
2794
2684
237
309
280
272
272
309
272
614-814
684-884
656-856
648-848
648-848
684-884
648-848
277
349
240
312
312
349
312
368
610
428
670
402
647
404
645
404
645
428
670
404
645
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Wheel base
1500
1425 - 1800
1500
1500 - 1800
2395
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked
Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked
Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
Water in rear tires
7,50 - 20
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1979
2005
1992
2014
2014
2005
2014
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
3330
1295
2035
3406
1295
2111
3391
1295
2096
3525
1295
2230
3555
1295
2260
3451
1295
2156
3480
1295
2185
2x335
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30)
2x250
2x260
170 (2x25 + 4x30 - Z 8621, Z 9621)
230 (2x25 + 6x30 - Z 9621)
2x340
2x385
2x385
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front axle - not braked
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
7,50 - 20
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5500-130
5500-110
5500-80
5500-140
5500-110
5500-90
5500-110
5500-90
5500-80
1750-280
2362-350
2600-350
5200-160
5500-140
5500-110
5500-160
5500-130
5500-100
247
5500-140
5500-120
5500-90
5430-140
5500-140
5500-100
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders - (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Wheel base
9,00 - 16
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4384
1974
2136
1967
1967
1980
2020
1929
1929
1967
2746
2642
2758
2674
2752
2659
2788
2683
512
2788
2683
2758
2674
2788
2683
240
315
283
274
274
315
274
619-818
690-890
660-860
650-850
650-850
690890
650-850
280
356
324
314
314
356
314
370
612
435
675
409
648
406
647
406
647
435
675
406
647
1500
1425 - 1800
1500
1500 - 1800
2395
248
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
Water in rear tires
9,00 - 16
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1973
2001
2005
2011
2011
2001
2011
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
3323
1288
2035
3399
1288
2111
3384
1288
2096
3518
1288
2230
3548
1288
2260
3444
1288
2156
3473
1288
2185
2x335
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30 - Z 8621)
90 (1x30 + 2x30 Z 8621, Z 9621)
2x250
2x260
249
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
2x340
2x385
2x385
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front axle - not braked
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
9,00 - 16
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5500-130
5500-110
5500-80
5500-140
5500-110
5500-90
5500-110
5500-90
5500-80
1770-220
2390-275
2650-275
5200-160
5500-140
5500-110
5500-160
5500-130
5500-100
5500-140
5500-120
5500-90
5430-140
5500-140
5500-100
250
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
10,00 - 16
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Wheel base
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4384
1974
2136
1929
1929
1967
1967
1967
1980
2020
2748
2643
2761
2676
2755
2661
2790
2684
522
2790
2684
2761
2676
2790
2684
242
311
281
272
272
311
272
619-819
686-886
657-857
648-848
648-848
686-886
648-848
282
351
321
312
312
351
312
370
612
430
672
404
646
404
645
404
645
430
672
404
645
1500
1425 - 1800
1500
1500 - 1800
2395
251
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Water in rear tires
10,00 - 16
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1974
2003
1990
2013
2013
2003
2013
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
3330
1295
2035
3406
1295
2111
3391
1295
2096
3525
1295
2230
3555
1295
2260
3451
1295
2156
3480
1295
2185
2x385
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30)
2x250
2x260
170 (2x25 + 4x30 - Z 8621)
230 (2x25 + 6x30 - Z 8621, Z 9621)
350 (2X25 + 10X30 - Z 9621)
2x340
2x385
2x385
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8621 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front axle - not braked
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
10,00 - 16
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5500-130
5500-110
5500-80
5500-140
5500-110
5500-90
5500-110
5500-90
5500-80
1850-200
3200-350
3500-350
5200-160
5500-140
5500-110
5500-160
5500-130
5500-100
253
5500-140
5500-120
5500-90
5430-140
5500-140
5500-100
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ZETOR 8641 FORTERRA TURBO
ZETOR 9641 FORTERRA TURBO
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
18,4R34
480/R78
4850
1974
2136
1929
1920
1967
1980
2775
2659
2772
2681
2768
2688
2772
2681
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
430
236
307
280
307
614-814
682-882
657-857
682-882
276
347
320
347
369
611
429
671
406
648
429
671
1565
1565 - 1865
1500
1500-1800
1575
1575-1800
255
1500
1500-1800
1500
1500-1800
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
480/R78
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
2390
Height up to steering wheel top
1991
2010
1999
2010
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Weight (kg)
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
3717
3802
3765
3837
- front axle
1582
1582
1582
1582
- rear axle
2135
2220
2183
2255
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
front ballast weight
1+2
90 (1x30 + 2x30 - Z 8641)
1+5
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
1+7
240 (1x30 + 7x30 - Z 9641)
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
170 (2x25 + 4x30 Z 8641)
2+6
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
2+10
350 (2x25 + 10x30 Z 9641)
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
Water in rear tires
2x250
2x260
2x340
2x335
256
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
480/R78
2350-160
2500-130
3600-160
4100-160
4860-160
5200-160
5500-140
5800-120
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
257
5150-140
5500-140
5500-120
5800-90
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4 - 28, 10PR
16,9R38
18,4R38
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4850
1974
2136
1920
1967
1967
1980
2020
2818
2705
2797
2685
2797
2685
491
2818
2705
2797
2685
288
270
270
288
270
665-865
647-847
647-847
665-865
647-847
328
310
310
328
310
420
662
402
644
402
644
420
662
402
644
1715
1715-1865
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1715
1715-1865
1710
1710-1860
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
Water in rear tires
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4 - 28, 10PR
16,9R38
18,4R38
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2037
2016
2390
2016
2037
2016
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
3937
1717
2220
4072
1717
2355
4042
1717
2325
3972
1717
2255
3997
1717
2280
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30 - only Z 8641)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30 - only Z 9641)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30 - only Z 9641)
2x260
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
2x385
2x385
2x335
259
2x390
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4 - 28, 10PR
16,9R38
18,4R38
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5500-110
5500-90
5800-80
2350-220
2500-170
3600-240
4600-290
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
260
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
13,6R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Wheel base
18,4R38
18,4-38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4850
1974
2136
1929
1920
1967
1967
1967
1980
2020
2790
2672
2788
2690
2779
2676
2790
2789
450
2790
2789
2788
2690
2790
2789
240
303
279
272
272
303
272
612-812
680-880
656-856
649-849
649-849
680-880
649-849
280
343
319
312
312
343
312
370
612
428
670
406
648
403
650
403
650
428
670
403
650
1565
1565-1865
1630
1630-1850
1630
1630-1850
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1630
1630-1850
1710
1710-1860
1500
1500-1800
1575
1575-1800
1500
1500-1800
1725
1575-1800
2390
1725
1575-1800
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
261
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
Water in rear tires
13,6R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4R38
18,4-38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1998
2020
2007
2015
2015
2020
2015
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
3857
1722
2135
3942
1722
2220
3905
1722
2183
4077
1722
2355
4047
1722
2325
3977
1722
2255
4002
1722
2280
2x335
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30 - only Z 8641)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30 - only Z 9641)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30 only - Z 9641)
2x250
2x260
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
2x340
2x385
2x385
262
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
13,6R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4R38
18,4-38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-110
5500-90
5800-80
2350-160
2500-120
3600-140
4350-160
4860-160
5200-160
5500-140
5800-120
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
263
5150-140
5500-140
5500-120
5800-90
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
14,9 - 24
16,9R38
18,4R38
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1929
1967
4850
1974
2136
1967
1980
2020
2802
2697
2797
2685
2797
2685
469
2802
2697
2797
2685
296
270
270
296
270
673-873
647-847
647-847
673-873
647-847
336
310
310
336
310
424
666
402
644
402
644
424
666
402
644
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
264
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
Water in rear tires
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
14,9 - 24
16,9R38
18,4R38
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2028
2016
2390
2016
2028
2016
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
3963
1743
2220
4098
1743
2355
4068
1743
2325
3998
1743
2255
4031
1743
2288
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30 - only Z 8641)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30 - only Z 9641)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30 - only Z 9641)
2x260
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
2x385
2x385
2x335
265
2x390
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
14,9 - 24
16,9R38
18,4R38
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-110
5500-90
5800-80
2350-140
2500-100
3600-150
4600-190
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
266
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Wheel base
380/70R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4R38
18,4-38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4850
1974
2136
1967
1967
1980
2020
1929
1929
1967
2775
2659
2772
2681
2768
2688
2775
2673
430
2775
2673
2772
2681
2775
2673
236
307
280
280
280
307
280
614-814
682-882
657-857
665-865
665-865
682-882
665-865
276
347
320
320
320
347
320
369
611
429
671
406
648
402
654
402
654
429
671
402
654
1565
1565-1865
1565
1565-1865
1565
1565-1865
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1565
1565-1865
1710
1710-1860
1500
1500-1800
1500
1500-1800
1500
1500-1800
1725
1575-1800
2390
1725
1575-1800
1500
1500-1800
1725
1575-1800
267
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
Water in rear tires
380/70R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4R38
18,4-38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1991
2020
2007
2008
2008
2007
2008
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
3857
1722
2135
3942
1722
2220
3905
1722
2183
4077
1722
2355
4047
1722
2325
3977
1722
2255
4002
1722
2280
2x385
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30 - only Z 8641)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30 - only Z 9641)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30 only - Z 9641)
2x250
2x260
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
2x340
2x385
2x385
268
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo, Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
380/70R24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4R38
18,4-38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-110
5500-90
5800-80
2350-150
2500-100
3600-120
4600-150
4860-160
5200-160
5500-140
5800-120
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
269
5150-140
5500-140
5500-120
5800-90
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1929
1967
4850
1974
2136
1967
1980
2020
2802
2697
2797
2685
2797
2685
469
2802
2697
2797
2685
296
270
270
296
270
673-873
647-847
647-847
673-873
647-847
336
310
310
336
310
424
666
402
644
402
644
424
666
402
644
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
270
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg)
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
Water in rear tires
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2028
2016
2390
2016
2028
2016
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
3960
1740
2220
4095
1740
2355
4065
1740
2325
3995
1740
2255
4028
1740
2288
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30 - only Z 8641)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30 - only Z 9641)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30 - only Z 9641)
2x260
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
2x385
2x385
2x335
271
2x390
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
18,4 - 38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-110
5500-90
5800-80
2350-110
2500-80
3600-100
4600-120
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4 - 24
16,9R34
16,9R38
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
18,4R34
480/70R38
4850
1974
2136
1929
1929
1967
1980
2772
2659
430
2775
2681
430
2768
2688
430
2775
2681
430
236
307
280
307
614-814
682-882
657-857
682-882
276
347
320
347
369
611
429
671
406
648
429
671
1565
1565-1865
1630
1630-1850
1630
1630-1850
1630
1630-1850
1500
1500-1800
1575
1575-1800
1500
1500-1800
1575
1575-1800
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4 - 24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
480/70R38
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
2390
Height up to steering wheel top
1991
2010
1999
2010
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
3852
3937
4072
3972
- front axle
1717
1717
1717
1717
- rear axle
2135
2220
2355
2255
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
front ballast weight
1+2
90 (1x30 + 2x30 - only Z 8641)
1+5
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
1+7
240 (1x30 + 7x30 - only Z 9641)
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
2+6
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
2+10
350 (2x25 + 10x30 only Z 9641)
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
Water in rear tires
2x250
2x260
2x340
2x335
274
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
Tractor type
WEIGHT
(kg)
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Zetor 8641 Forterra turbo
Zetor 9621 Forterra turbo
12,4 - 24
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
480/70R38
2500-190
3500-275
4300-275
5200-160
5500-140
5800-120
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
275
5500-140
5500-120
5800-90
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
276
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
12,4 - 28, 10PR
16,9R38
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1929
1967
4850
1974
2136
1967
1980
2020
2818
2705
491
2797
2685
469
2797
2685
491
2818
2705
491
2797
2685
491
288
270
270
288
270
665-865
647-847
647-847
665-865
647-847
328
310
310
328
310
420
662
402
644
402
644
420
662
402
644
1715
1715-1865
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1715
1715-1865
1710
1710-1860
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
277
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
16 PCs (rounded)
Water in rear tires
12,4 - 28, 10PR
16,9R38
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2037
2016
2390
2016
2037
2016
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
4037
1717
2320
4097
1717
2380
4169
1717
2452
4067
1717
2350
4102
1717
2385
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30 - only Z 8641)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30 - only Z 9641)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30 - only Z 9641)
2x260
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
2x385
2x385
2x335
2x390
278
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
12,4 - 28, 10PR
16,9R38
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-130
5500-90
5800-80
2350-220
2500-270
3600-240
4600-290
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
4340-140
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
279
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Wheel base
13,6R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4850
1974
2136
1929
1967
1967
1967
1980
2020
2788
2690
2779
2676
2790
2787
2790
2789
2788
2690
2790
2787
450
303
279
272
272
303
272
680-880
656-856
649-849
649-849
680-880
649-849
343
319
312
312
343
312
428
670
406
648
403
650
403
650
428
670
403
650
1630
1630-1850
1630
1630-1850
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1630
1630-1850
1710
1710-1860
1575
1575-1800
1500
1500-1800
1725
1725
1575-1800 1575-1800
2390
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
280
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
16 PCs (rounded)
Water in rear tires
13,6R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2020
2007
2015
2015
2020
2015
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
4042
1722
2320
4155
1722
2433
4147
1722
2425
4174
1722
2452
4072
1722
2350
4107
1722
2385
2x335
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30)
2x260
2x340
281
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
2x385
2x385
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
13,6R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-130
5500-90
5800-80
2350-160
2500-120
3600-140
4350-160
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
5150-140
5500-140
5500-120
5800-90
4340-140
5500-140
5500-120
5800-110
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
282
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
14,9 - 24
16,9R38
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1929
1967
4850
1974
2136
1967
1980
2020
2802
2697
2797
2685
2797
2685
469
2802
2697
2797
2685
296
270
270
296
270
673-873
647-847
647-847
673-873
647-847
336
310
310
336
310
424
666
402
644
402
644
424
666
402
644
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
1710
1710-1860
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
283
1725
1575-1800
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
16 PCs (rounded)
Water in rear tires
14,9 - 24
16,9R38
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2028
2016
2390
2016
2028
2016
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
4063
1743
2320
4168
1743
2425
4195
1743
2452
4093
1743
2350
4128
1743
2385
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
2x385
2x385
2x335
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30)
2x260
284
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
14,9 - 24
16,9R38
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-130
5500-90
5800-80
2350-140
2500-100
3600-150
4600-190
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
4340-140
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
285
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Wheel base
380/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4850
1974
2136
1929
1967
1967
1967
1980
2020
2788
2690
430
2779
2676
430
2775
2673
430
2775
2673
430
2788
2690
430
2775
2673
430
303
279
280
280
303
280
680-880
656-856
665-865
665-865
680-880
665-865
343
319
320
320
343
320
428
670
406
648
402
654
402
654
428
670
402
654
1630
1630-1850
1630
1630-1850
1710
1710-1860
1710
1710-1860
1630
1630-1850
1710
1710-1860
1575
1575-1800
1500
1500-1800
1725
1725
1575-1800 1575-1800
2390
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
286
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
16 PCs (rounded)
Water in rear tires
380/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2020
2007
2008
2008
2020
2008
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
4042
1722
2320
4155
1722
2433
4147
1722
2425
4174
1722
2452
4072
1722
2350
4107
1722
2385
2x335
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30)
2x260
2x340
287
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
2x385
2x385
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
380/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-130
5500-90
5800-80
2350-150
2500-100
3600-120
4600-150
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
5150-140
5500-140
5500-120
5800-90
4340-140
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
288
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4-38
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
4850
1974
2136
1929
1967
1967
1980
2020
2802
2697
2797
2685
2797
2685
469
2802
2697
2797
2685
296
270
270
296
270
673-873
647-847
647-847
673-873
647-847
336
310
310
336
310
424
666
402
644
402
644
424
666
402
644
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
1710
1710-1860
1575
1575-1800
1725
1575-1800
289
1725
1575-1800
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 1+3
front ballast weight
1+2
1+5
1+7
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
12 PCs (canister)
16 PCs (rounded)
Water in rear tires
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2028
2016
2390
2016
2028
2016
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
4060
1740
2320
4165
1740
2425
4192
1740
2452
4090
1740
2350
4125
1740
2385
260 (support 8 + 12x21)
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
2x385
2x385
2x335
2x390
120 (1x30 + 3x30)
90 (1x30 + 2x30)
180 (1x30 + 5x30)
240 (1x30 + 7x30)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30)
2x260
290
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 10641 Forterra turbo
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4-38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5150-140
5500-140
5500-110
5800-90
5150-130
5500-130
5500-90
5800-80
2350-110
2500-100
3600-100
4600-120
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
5800-110
4340-140
5500-140
5500-140
5800-110
291
5150-130
5500-130
5500-110
5800-80
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ZETOR 11641 FORTERRA
292
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
7
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
13,6R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5218
1974
2136
1929
1967
1980
2020
2814
2691
2820
2711
2814
2691
2820
2711
450
309
348
309
348
685-885
723-923
685-885
723-923
349
388
349
388
433
675
467
709
433
675
467
709
1700
1630-1850
1725
1575-1800
1725
1725-1800
293
1725
1575-1800
1725
1725-1800
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
13,6R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
2648
Height up to steering wheel top
2020
2038
2020
2038
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Tread turning diameter with one wheel
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
4310
4427
4338
4374
- front axle
1750
1750
1750
1750
- rear axle
2560
2677
2588
2624
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 2 PCs
96 (2x48)
front ballast weight
support + 14 PCs
619 (support 45 + 14x40)
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
2+6
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
2+10
350 (2x25 + 10x30)
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
16 PCs (rounded)
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
Water in rear tires
2x260
2x385
2x335
2x390
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
13,6R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
3000-160
3000-160
3600-140
4350-160
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
6000-110
5500-150
5500-150
5500-110
6000-90
295
5500-160
5500-160
5500-110
6000-90
5500-120
5500-120
5500-90
5800-80
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
14,9R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5218
1974
2136
1929
1967
1980
2020
2830
2697
2836
2717
2830
2697
2836
2717
470
302
341
302
341
679-879
717-917
679-879
717-917
342
381
342
381
429
671
463
705
429
671
463
705
1710
1710-1860
1725
1575-1800
1725
1725-1800
1725
1575-1800
1725
1725-1800
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
14,9R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
2648
Height up to steering wheel top
2028
2046
2028
2046
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Tread turning diameter with one wheel
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
4331
4448
4359
4395
- front axle
1771
1771
1771
1771
- rear axle
2560
2677
2588
2624
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 2 PCs
96 (2x48)
front ballast weight
support + 14 PCs
619 (support 45 + 14x40)
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
2+6
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
2+10
350 (2x25 + 10x30)
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
16 PCs (rounded)
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
Water in rear tires
2x260
2x385
2x335
2x390
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
14,9R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
3000-140
3400-160
3600-150
5100-160
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
6000-110
5500-150
5500-150
5500-110
6000-90
5500-160
5500-160
5500-110
6000-90
5500-120
5500-120
5500-90
6000-80
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
380/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
1929
1967
4850
1974
2136
1967
1980
2020
2814
2691
2810
2678
2820
2711
450
2814
2691
2820
2711
309
283
348
309
348
685-885
660-860
723-923
685-885
723-923
349
323
388
349
388
433
675
410
652
467
709
433
675
467
709
1575
1575-1800
1725
1725-1800
1700
1630-1850
1725
1575-1800
1725
1500-1800
299
1725
1725-1800
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
Height up to steering wheel top
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Tread turning diameter with one wheel
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
- front axle
- rear axle
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 2 PCs
front ballast weight
support + 14 PCs
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
2+6
2+10
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
16 PCs (rounded)
Water in rear tires
380/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
2020
2008
2648
2038
2020
2038
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
4310
1750
2560
4402
1750
2652
4427
1750
2677
4338
1750
2588
4374
1750
2624
96 (2x48)
619 (support 45 + 14x40)
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
350 (2x25 + 10x30)
2x260
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
2x340
2x412
2x335
2x390
300
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
380/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5500-160
5500-160
5500-110
6000-90
5500-120
5500-120
5500-90
6000-80
3000-130
3400-160
3600-120
5000-160
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
6000-110
5500-160
5500-160
5500-120
6000-100
301
5500-150
5500-150
5500-110
6000-90
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Overall length with hitch
Width over rear fenders- (narrow)
Width over rear fenders- (wide)
Width over tires with tread 1500 mm
Height up to muffler top
(muffler with flap w/o spark arrester)
Height up to cab top
Ground clearance under front axle housing
Ground clearance under swinging drawbar in
lowest position
Height of pick up hitch
(middle of clevis by 100 mm)
Height of swinging drawbar (to lower inner
surface of clevis)
Height of pick up hitch
(to surface of hook)
Height of PTO
Front wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
Rear wheel tread
- standard
- for agricultural operation - adjustable
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
5218
1974
2136
1929
1967
1980
2020
2830
2697
2836
2717
2830
2697
2836
2717
470
302
341
302
341
679-879
717-917
679-879
717-917
342
381
342
381
429
671
463
705
429
671
463
705
1710
1710-1860
1725
1575-1800
1725
1725-1800
1725
1575-1800
1725
1725-1800
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
Main dimensions (mm)
(tolerance 2%)
Wheel base
2648
Height up to steering wheel top
2028
2046
2028
2046
Contour turning diameter with one wheel
braked Not available in the time when printed this publication.
Tread turning diameter with one wheel
Not available in the time when printed this publication.
braked Weight (kg
(tolerance 2%)
Shipping weight of tractor with cab
4327
4444
4355
4391
- front axle
1767
1767
1767
1767
- rear axle
2560
2677
2588
2624
Ballast weights-front
bottom ballast weight 2 PCs
96 (2x48)
front ballast weight
support + 14 PCs
619 (support 45 + 14x40)
Ballast weights-rear
2+4
170 (2x25 + 4x30)
2+6
230 (2x25 + 6x30)
2+10
350 (2x25 + 10x30)
Ballast weight of front three point hitch
16 PCs (rounded)
456 (support 8 + 16x28)
Water in rear tires
2x260
2x412
2x335
2x390
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MAIN DIMENSIONS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Tractor type
Zetor 11641 Forterra
Front tire
Rear tire
Max. allowed load on axles (kg)
Inflating (kPa) at max. speed
Front driving axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
Rear axle
40 km/h
30 km/h
20 km/h
8 km/h
420/70R24
16,9R38
18,4R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
3000-120
3400-130
3600-100
5200-140
5150-160
5500-160
5500-130
6000-110
5500-150
5500-150
5500-110
6000-90
5500-160
5500-160
5500-110
6000-90
5500-120
5500-120
5500-90
6000-80
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Front tire size
Z 8621
Tractor type
Z 9621
Z 9641
Z 8641
Z 10641
Z 11641
-
-
-
X*
X•
X
X
X
X
X
-
X*
X
X
X
X
-
X◊
X
X
X
Z 10641
Z 11641
X*
X
X* ◊◊
X
X
X
X ◊◊
X
X*
X
X
2WD tractor
7,50-20
9,00-16
10,00-16
X◊
X
X*
-
X◊
X◊
X*
12,4R24
12,4-24
12,4-28, 10PR
13,6R24
14,9-24
380/70R24
420/70R24
14,9R24
-
X*
X•
X
X
X
X
X
-
-
Z 8621
Z 8641
X◊
X*
X
X
X
X
X
X◊
X*
X
X
X
X
X
4WD tractor
Rear tire size
16,9R34
16,9R38
18,4R34
18,4-38
18,4-R38
480/70R38
520/70R38
*
◊
◊◊
•
-
Tractor type
Z 9621
Z 9641
X◊
X*
X
X
X
X
X
X◊
X*
X
X
X
X
X
standard tires
limited load
limited load for 40 km/h
assembly is not possible if tractor equipped with transmission for 40 km/h
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FORCE, POWER, FUEL CONSUMPTION
FORCE (kN)
Max. pulling force in swinging drawbar
- measured on concrete, tractor shipping weight with max. ballast
weight, slippage 15%, with driver
Max. pulling force in pick up hitch
- measured in middle position of hitch, on concrete, tractor shipping
weight with max. ballast weight, with water in tires, with driver
Lifting force in lower draft link ends of three point hitch
- within whole lifting range at pressure 16,2 MPa with lift assist
cylinder
- within whole lifting range at max. pressure with lift assist cylinder
- maximal at max. pressure with lift assist cylinder
Lifting force in lower draft link ends of font three point hitch
- within whole lifting range at max. pressure
- maximal at max. pressure
Tractor type
Z 9621
Z 9641
Z 8621
Z 8641
20,73
31,96
21,67
27,49
35,64
30,16
Z 10641
Z 11641
34,30
37,26
46,80
37,85
42,31
51
40,5
48,4
58,5
11
14,5
24
26,5
POWER AND FUEL CONSUMPTION
PTO power
- at engine rated speed and shifted 1000 min-1 PTO (kW)
Specific fuel consumption
- at above mentioned power (g.kW-1.h-1“ 2%)
53
53
59
59
67
70
280
280
277
277
274
284
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TRACTOR SPEED Z 8621 - Z 10641 FORTERRA TURBO (30km/h)
Tractor equipped with four speed transmission with speed 30km/h, reduction gear, three stage Hi-Lo (torque multiplier),
reversor a front driving axle (24 forward speed 18 reverse speed)
FORWARD SPEED
REVERSE SPEED
Rear tires
Total gear
16,9-38
18,4-38
Rear tires
Total gear
16,9-38
18,4-38
ISO radius
ratio
ISO radius
ratio
(795 mm)
(820 mm)
(795 mm)
(820 mm)
H
21,969
30,0
30,9
H
27,200
24,2
25,0
4 Hi
M
25,401
26,0
26,8
3 Hi
M
31,449
21,0
21,6
L
29,405
22,4
23,1
L
36,406
18,1
18,7
H
31,450
21,0
21,6
H
44,189
14,9
15,4
3 Hi
M
36,363
18,1
18,7
2Hi
M
51,092
12,9
13,3
L
42,095
15,7
16,2
L
59,146
11,1
11,5
H
51,094
12,9
13,3
H
63,606
10,4
10,7
2 Hi
M
59,076
11,2
11,5
1Hi
M
73,542
9,0
9,2
L
68,387
9,6
9,9
L
85,134
7,7
8,0
H
73,545
9,0
9,2
H
112,457
5,9
6,0
1 Hi
M
85,033
7,8
8,0
3 Lo
M
130,025
5,1
5,2
L
98,437
6,7
6,9
L
150,520
4,4
4,5
H
90,831
7,3
7,5
H
182,699
3,6
3,7
4 Lo
M
105,020
6,3
6,5
2 Lo
M
211,239
3,1
3,2
L
121,573
5,4
5,6
L
244,536
2,7
2,8
H
130,029
5,1
5,2
H
262,977
2,5
2,6
3 Lo
M
150,341
4,4
4,5
1 Lo
M
304,057
2,2
2,2
L
174,038
3,8
3,9
L
351,984
1,9
1,9
H
211,246
3,1
3,2
2 Lo
M
244,245
2,7
2,8
Forth speed can not be shifted with reversor!
L
282,744
2,3
2,4
H
304,067
2,2
2,2
1Lo
M
351,566
1,9
1,9
L
406,981
1,6
1,7
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TRACTOR SPEED Z 8621 - Z 10641 FORTERRA TURBO (30km/h)
Tractor equipped with four speed transmission with speed 40km/h, reduction gear, three stage Hi-Lo (torque multiplier),
reversor a front driving axle (24 forward speed 18 reverse speed)
FORWARD SPEED
REVERSE SPEED
Rear tires
Total gear
16,9-38
18,4-38
Rear tires
Total gear
16,9-38
18,4-38
ISO radius
ratio
ISO radius
ratio
(795 mm)
(820 mm)
(795 mm)
(820 mm)
H
19,787
33,3
34,4
H
24,498
26,9
27,8
4 Hi
M
22,878
28,8
29,7
3 Hi
M
28,325
23,3
24,0
L
26,484
24,9
25,7
L
32,789
20,1
20,7
H
28,326
23,3
24,0
H
39,799
16,6
17,1
3 Hi
M
32,750
20,1
20,8
2 Hi
M
46,017
14,3
14,8
L
37,913
17,4
17,9
L
53,270
12,4
12,8
H
46,018
14,3
14,8
H
57,287
11,5
11,9
2 Hi
M
53,207
12,4
12,8
1 Hi
M
66,236
10,0
10,3
L
61,593
10,7
11,0
L
76,677
8,60
8,87
H
66,238
10,0
10,3
H
101,285
6,51
6,71
1 Hi
M
76,586
8,61
8,88
3 Lo
M
117,107
5,63
5,81
L
88,657
7,44
7,67
L
135,566
4,86
5,02
H
81,807
8,06
8,31
H
164,549
4,01
4,13
4 Lo
M
94,586
6,97
7,19
2 Lo
M
190,253
3,46
3,57
L
109,496
6,02
6,21
L
220,242
2,99
3,09
H
117,111
5,63
5,81
H
236,851
2,78
2,87
3 Lo
M
135,405
4,87
5,02
1 Lo
M
273,850
2,41
2,48
L
156,748
4,21
4,34
L
317,016
2,08
2,14
H
190,259
3,46
3,57
2 Lo
M
219,981
3,00
3,09
Forth speed can not be shifted with reversor
L
254,655
2,59
2,67
H
273,859
2,41
2,48
1 Lo
M
316,639
2,08
2,15
L
366,550
1,80
1,85
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TRACTOR SPEED Z 11641 FORTERRA (30km/h)
Tractor equipped with four speed transmission with speed 30km/h, reduction gear, three stage Hi-Lo (torque multiplier),
reversor a front driving axle (24 forward speed 18 reverse speed)
FORWARD SPEED
REVERSE SPEED
Rear tires
Total gear
16,9-38
18,4-38
Rear tires
Total gear
16,9-38
18,4-38
ISO radius
ratio
ISO radius
ratio
(795 mm)
(820 mm)
(795 mm)
(820 mm)
H
24,733
28,5
29,4
H
30,622
23,0
23,7
4 Hi
M
28,597
24,6
25,4
3 Hi
M
35,406
19,9
20,5
L
33,105
21,3
21,9
L
40,987
17,2
17,7
H
35,407
19,9
20,5
H
49,749
14,2
14,6
3 Hi
M
40,938
17,2
17,7
2Hi
M
57,521
12,2
12,6
L
47,391
14,9
15,3
L
66,587
10,6
10,9
H
57,523
12,2
12,6
H
71,609
9,83
10,1
2 Hi
M
66,508
10,6
10,9
1Hi
M
82,795
8,50
8,77
L
76,992
9,15
9,43
L
95,846
7,35
7,58
H
82,798
8,50
8,77
H
126,606
5,56
5,74
1 Hi
M
95,732
7,36
7,59
3 Lo
M
146,384
4,81
4,96
L
110,822
6,35
6,55
L
169,458
4,16
4,29
H
102,259
6,89
7,10
H
205,686
3,42
3,53
4 Lo
M
118,233
5,96
6,14
2 Lo
M
237,817
2,96
3,05
L
136,869
5,14
5,31
L
275,302
2,56
2,64
H
146,388
4,81
4,96
H
296,063
2,38
2,45
3 Lo
M
169,256
4,16
4,29
1 Lo
M
342,312
2,06
2,12
L
195,935
3,59
3,71
L
396,270
1,78
1,83
H
237,824
2,96
3,05
2 Lo
M
274,975
2,56
2,64
Forth speed can not be shifted with reversor
L
318,318
2,21
2,28
H
342,323
2,06
2,12
1Lo
M
395,799
1,78
1,83
L
458,187
1,54
1,59
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
TRACTOR SPEED Z 11641 FORTERRA (40km/h)
Tractor equipped with four speed transmission with speed 40km/h, reduction gear, three stage Hi-Lo (torque multiplier),
reversor a front driving axle (24 forward speed 18 reverse speed)
FORWARD SPEED
REVERSE SPEED
Rear tires
Total gear
16,9-38
18,4-38
Rear tires
Total gear
16,9-38
18,4-38
ISO radius
ratio
ISO radius
ratio
(795 mm)
(820 mm)
(795 mm)
(820 mm)
H
19,787
35,6
36,7
H
24,498
28,7
29,6
4 Hi
M
22,878
30,8
31,7
3 Hi
M
28,325
24,9
25,6
L
26,484
26,6
27,4
L
32,789
21,5
22,2
H
28,326
24,9
25,6
H
39,799
17,7
18,2
3 Hi
M
32,750
21,5
22,2
2 Hi
M
46,017
15,3
15,8
L
37,913
18,6
19,2
L
53,270
13,2
13,6
H
46,018
15,3
15,8
H
57,287
12,3
12,7
2 Hi
M
53,207
13,2
13,7
1 Hi
M
66,236
10,6
11,0
L
61,593
11,4
11,8
L
76,677
9,18
9,47
H
66,238
10,6
11,0
H
101,285
6,95
7,17
1 Hi
M
76,586
9,19
9,48
3 Lo
M
117,107
6,01
6,20
L
88,657
7,94
8,19
L
135,566
5,19
5,36
H
81,807
8,61
8,88
H
164,549
4,28
4,41
4 Lo
M
94,586
7,44
7,68
2 Lo
M
190,253
3,70
3,82
L
109,496
6,43
6,63
L
220,242
3,20
3,30
H
117,111
6,01
6,20
H
236,851
2,97
3,07
3 Lo
M
135,405
5,20
5,36
1Lo
M
273,850
2,57
2,65
L
156,748
4,49
4,63
L
317,016
2,22
2,29
H
190,259
3,70
3,82
2 Lo
M
219,981
3,20
3,30
Forth speed can not be shifted with reversor
L
254,655
2,77
2,85
H
273,859
2,57
2,65
1Lo
M
316,639
2,22
2,29
L
366,550
1,92
1,98
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MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
REAR INDEPENDENT PTO
Gear ratio
PTO shaft speed/engine speed
3,54
1,95
540/1913
1000/1950
PTO shaft speed/engine speed
Z 8621-10641
Z 11641
621/2200
1128/2200
663/2350
1203/2350
FRONT INDEPENDENT PTO
Gear ratio
PTO shaft speed/engine speed
1,95
1000/1955
PTO shaft speed/engine speed
Z 8621-10641
Z 11641
1126/2200
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1202/2350
NOTE
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Operator’s manual
Z 8621, 8641 Forterra turbo
Z 9621, 9641 Forterra turbo
Z 10641 Forterra turbo
Z 11641 Forterra
Edition: I-1000-1998
Number of publication: 22.22.12.324
Zetor a.s.
Documentation and propagation dept.
Trnkova 111
632 00
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