CaseIH 395 Tractor (1991-1993)

Manufacturer:CaseIH

Price:17,000(USD)

Series:95 Utility Series

Model:395

Equipment Type: Utility Tractors

Factory:

Full Specifications

CASEIH 395 POWER

Engine (gross)
46 hp/34.3 kW
Engine (net)
43 hp/32.1 kW
PTO (claimed)
35 hp/26.1 kW

ENGINE DETAIL

Description
Case International D-155/diesel/3-cylinder/liquid-cooled
Displacement
155 ci/2.5 L
Bore/Stroke
3.87x4.37 inches/98 x 111 mm
Power (gross)
46 hp/34.3 kW
Air cleaner
dry with safety element
Compression
16:1
Rated RPM
2200
Idle RPM
650-2430
Torque
119 lb-ft/161.4 Nm
Torque RPM
1650
Starter volts
12
Oil capacity
8 qts/7.6 L
Coolant capacity
12 qts/11.4 L

CASEIH 395 ENGINE

Description
Case International 2.5L 3-cyl diesel

TRANSMISSIONS OVERVIEW

Description
8-speed partially synchronized/16-speed partial power shift/8-speed synchronized shuttle/16-speed creeper

TRANSMISSION 1

Type
partially synchronized
Gears
8 forward and 4 reverse
Clutch
dry disc
Oil capacity
36 qts/34.1 L
Description
Four gears with high, low, and reverse ranges. Synchronized shifts within high and low ranges.

SPEEDS 1

Description
With 13.6x28 rear tires./

TRANSMISSION 2

Type
partial power shift
Gears
16 forward and 8 reverse
Oil capacity
36 qts/34.1 L
Description
Four gears with high, low, and reverse ranges. Power shift between direct and lower speed in each gear.

SPEEDS 2

Description
With 13.6x28 rear tires./

TRANSMISSION 3

Type
synchronized shuttle
Gears
8 forward and reverse
Oil capacity
36 qts/34.1 L
Description
Four gears each in high and low ranges, both forward and reverse.

SPEEDS 3

Description
With 13.6x28 rear tires./

TRANSMISSION 4

Type
creeper
Gears
16 forward and 8 reverse
Description
Four gears with high, low, and reverse ranges plus direct or creeper mode.

SPEEDS 4

Description
With 13.6x28 rear tires./

MECHANICAL

Chassis
4x2 2WD/4x4 MFWD 4WD
Steering
power
Brakes
hydraulic wet disc
Cab
Two-post ROPS standard. Optional ROPS canopy or deluxe canopy with lights and wiring for radio.
Transmissions
8-speed partially synchronized/16-speed partial power shift/8-speed synchronized shuttle/16-speed creeper

CAPACITY

Fuel
20 gal/75.7 L
Hydraulic system
9 gal/34.1 L

HYDRAULICS

Type
open center
Capacity
9 gal/34.1 L
Pressure
2500 psi/172.4 bar
Valves
1 or 2
Pump flow
14.3 gpm/54.1 lpm/16.4 gpm/62.1 lpm
Steering flow
3 gpm/11.4 lpm

TRACTOR HITCH

Rear Type
I/II
Rear lift (at 24
2160 lbs/979 kg

POWER TAKE-OFF (PTO)

Rear PTO
independent
Rear RPM
540

CASEIH 395 TIRES

Ag front
7.50x16
Ag rear
14.9x24/16.9x24/16.9x28/18.4x16.1

DIMENSIONS

Wheelbase
79.8 inches/202 cm/83.2 inches/211 cm (4WD)/73.7 inches/187 cm (swept-back axle)
Length
136 inches/345 cm/138.3 inches/351 cm (4WD)
Width
66 inches/167 cm (2WD)/73 inches/185 cm (4WD)/82.8 inches/210 cm (low-profile)
Ground clearance
10 inches/25 cm (4WD frame)/14.3 inches/36 cm (2WD frame)/10.3 inches/26 cm (low-profile frame)

CASEIH 395 WEIGHT

Shipping
4,929 lbs/2235 kg (utility)/4,869 lbs/2208 kg (low profile)/5,940 lbs/2694 kg (4WD)

CASEIH 395 HEIGHT

Hood
55 inches/139 cm (2WD)/59.2 inches/150 cm (4WD)/51 inches/129 cm (low-profile)
ROPS
93.5 inches/237 cm (2WD)/94.4 inches/239 cm (4WD)/88.9 inches/225 cm (low-pofile)

DIMENSIONS & TIRES

Wheelbase
79.8 inches/202 cm/83.2 inches/211 cm (4WD)/73.7 inches/187 cm (swept-back axle)
Weight
4869 to 5940 pounds
Front tire
6.00-16
Rear tire
13.6-28

CASE IH 2200 LOADER

Height (to pin)
103 inches/261 cm
Breakout force (lift)
2550 lbs/1156 kg
Lift to full height (at pin)
1700 lbs/771 kg

CASE IH 2250 LOADER

Height (to pin)
123 inches/312 cm
Breakout force (lift)
3500 lbs/1587 kg
Lift to full height (at pin)
2500 lbs/1134 kg

395 SERIAL NUMBERS

Location
Front right bolster
1991
JJE0001500
1992
JJE0018291
1993
JJE0025736

ELECTRICAL

Ground
negative
Charging system
alternator
Charging amps
45/65
Battery CCA
650
Battery volts
12

About CaseIH Tractor

The 395 tractor is part of the CaseIH's 95 Utility Series. The 395 is a Utility Tractors type, that is used mostly in Agriculture Tractors. The 395 tractor is powered by a engine. This setting is more practical in the real world.

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