Unmatched performance and environmentally friendly, these engines provide years of dependable service. Tier II compliant Iseki 3-cylinder liquid cooled diesel engine is the power source for the GC Series sub-compact tractors. Naturally aspirated and indirect injected this engine provides 22.5 or 25.0 gross engine horsepower. A reverse airflow design means on those long hot days mowing the lawn the warm air from the engine blows away from you instead of right back on you.
Mowing the lawn or moving dirt, the 2 range infinitely variable hydrostatic transmission gives you complete control. Dual side by side pedals on the GC2400 and GC2600 series free up more space on the operator platform and reduce the amount of leg movement while operating the machine. By moving the brake pedal to the left hand side of the platform, operation has never been easier. Increase speed by simply pushing down on the pedal in either direction and to decrease speed let off of the pedal. High and low range provide you with even more speed control. The range shift lever is located on the right console and can be shifted between high, neutral and low when the tractor is completely stopped.
With 4.3 gpm of flow (4.8 on the GC2600 series) to the joystick controlled remotes, you get the job done fast and easy. The tractor mounted joystick controlled remote provides control of two functions within easy reach of the operator, making it ideal for loader control. The GC2400 comes optional with a factory joystick and the GC2410, GC2600 and GC2610 come standard with a factory joystick. Couplers are located on the right front platform to provide easy access, so that connecting implements can be done quickly and efficiently. Designed specifically for loader control, but can be used to control other implements such as the front mounted snow blower, rotary broom or blade when the loader is removed.
For all the jobs you have planned around home, farm or estate, the Category I three point hitch allows you to attach an implement to help you get the job done. With the lift control, the three point hitch lever will kick back into neutral when released and the hitch will stop where it is at that time. Rate of drop control lets you fine-tune the hitch control to fit the application at hand. It can also be used to lock the hitch in place when turned all the way to the lock position. Rate of drop control lets you fine-tune the hitch control to fit the application at hand. It can also be used to lock the hitch in place when turned all the way to the lock position.
Independent PTO is great for operating a mid-mount mower or rear mounted implements. Mid and rear PTO can be operated independently of one another or simultaneously. All PTO controls are located on the left control console. To engage the PTO simply push the engagement lever to the forward position, to disengage move it to the rearward position.
An operator platform where all of the controls are right at your fingertips so you don't have to look for them. All of the PTO controls have yellow handles and are located on the left control console. Forward and reverse travel is controlled with the foot pedal on the right floor and the range shift lever and 4wd lever are on the right control console. The GC Series come standard with cruise control so that when you are traveling long distances at a constant speed you don't have to hold down on the pedal all of the time. Automotive-style instrumentation panel design makes it easier to keep an eye on major operation systems such as a tachometer, fuel gauge and engine coolant. A deluxe seat with adjustable suspension and a retractable seatbelt is standard for on any of the GC Series tractors. A fixed ROPS is used on the GC2300, GC2400 and GC2600 while the all TLB models use a folding ROPS. Other safety features include an operator presence system that will shut off the engine if the operator tries to leave the seat with the tractor in gear or the PTO engaged.
Nobody wants to do it, but we all know we should. So Massey Ferguson designed a tractor that makes it easy. Checking the engine oil is a matter of raising the hood and pulling the engine oil dipstick. To check the coolant level simply raise the hood and look at the overflow tank to see if the coolant is at the full line marked on the tank. The overflow tank is located just in front of the instrument panel. The battery is just to the right of the overflow tank so if you need a boost it is easy to get to. Filling the 6.6 gallon fuel tank is easier than ever with a large plastic fill cap located just to the right of the seat. Checking the hydraulic oil level is as simple as looking at the site glass located on the left rear side of the rear axle housing.
Options & Accessories:
Because we know you have a lot of plans for your GC Series tractor and we are ready to equip it any way you want it.
With a full range of Massey Ferguson implements available we are ready to help you take on almost any task.