Product Description

Powered by SH185N and SH190N diesel engines, it features reasonable structure, good performance, light and flexible, good reliability and long service life, etc., it’s suitable for all kinds of field work in plain, hills and mountainous area, as well as transportation and fixing work.

With corresponding implements, the tractor can go on plowing, harrowing, ridging, seeding, fertilizing, harvesting and so on, and it can also transport equipped with a trailer of 1 ton, or as fixing power, can be used for threshing, grindling, milling and pumping.

Basic specification of chassis:

Dimensions (mm): 2170X845X1150

Minimum ground clearance (mm): 210

Wheel tread (mm): 680~740

Driving wheel: 6.00-12 rubber tyre

Tyre pressure (kpa)

Field working: 80-120 (0.8~1.20kgf/cm2)

Transportation: 140~200 (1.40~2.00kgf/cm2)

Chassis weight (kg): 172

Operating weight (kg): 340

Specification of SH185N diesel engines:

Type: Single, horizontal, water cooling, 4-stroke

Cylinder bore x piston stroke (mm): 85 x 90

Displacement (cc): 510

Compression ratio: 21

Rated output:

12-hour power: 5.188 / 8 (kw/hp)

1-hour power: 6.47 / 8.8 (kw/hp)

Rated speed(r. P. M): 2200

Cooling system: Condenser

Starting method: Hand crank

Operating weight (kg): 96

Specification of SH190N diesel engines:

Type: Single, horizontal, water cooling, 4-stroke

Cylinder bore x piston stroke (mm): 90 x 90

Displacement (cc): 537

Compression ratio: 21

Rated output:

12-hour power: 7 / 9.5 (kw/hp)

1-hour power: 7.7 / 10.5 (kw/hp)

Rated speed(r. P. M): 2300

Cooling system: Condenser

Starting method: Hand crank

Operating weight (kg): 99

Powered by S195N and SH1100N diesel engines, it is a dual-purjpose tractor both for pull-type work and for stationary PTO driven equipment, it has the following features: structural compactness, durability, easy operation,sufficient power output, light weight and good manoeuvreability. An adjustable seat is also provided to ease the work of the operator. This model of tractor is suitable for use in paddy fields, small plots of dry field, orchard, vegetable garden as well as in hilly areas with small inclination. With different kinds of farm implements mounted, the tractor can be used for ploughing, rotary-cultivating,harrowing in paddy fields, harvesting, transportation and so on. It can also drive-stationary PTO-driven equipment such as for smallscale drainage and irrigation, sprinkling and spraying, threshing, cotton-ginning,flour-millling, fodder-cutting, and other farm work in the countryside.

Basic specification of chassis:
Dimensions (mm): 2680x960x1250
Minimum ground clearance (mm): 182
Wheel tread (mm): 800; 740; 640;
Driving wheel: 6.00-12 (4-ply) rubber tyre
Construction weight (kg): 350
Total weight including fuel and water (kg)
With plough:    420
With rotary cultivator:   485
Alternator: model  SFF45 permanent magnet,
                 AC generator
Speed of cultivator shaft (rpm)
High        256
Low        188
V-belt        Type B1880

Specification of S195N diesel engines:
Type: single, horizontal, water cooling, 4-stroke
Cylinder bore x piston stroke (mm): 95×115
Displacement ( L): 0.815
Compression ratio:  20:1
Rated output:
12-hour power:    (kw/hp): 8.82/12
Rated speed(r.p.m):  2000
Cooling system: condenser
Starting method: hand crank
Net weight (kg): 140

Specification of SH1100N diesel engines:
Type: Single, horizontal, water cooling, 4-stroke
Cylinder bore x piston stroke (mm): 100 x 115
Displacement (l): 0.903
Compression ratio:  17
Rated output:
12-hour power:  11.03 / 15  (kw/hp)
rated speed(r.p.m): 2200
cooling system: condenser
starting method: hand crank
Net weight (kg): 150
Chain box :            chain drive (double row, roller type chain, 1/2″, 64 links)
Specification of clutch:  2-disc, constant-contact, friction type
Specification of gearbox:  gear type – (3+1)x2 high/low range
Specification of final drive:  2-step gear redution
Specification of brake:  internal expanding ring type
Specification of steering system: jaw clutch
Speed (km/hr)
Forward             1.4,2.5,4.1,5.3,9.4,15.3
Reverse              1.0,3.8

How to Replace the Drive Shaft

Several different functions in a vehicle are critical to its functioning, but the driveshaft is probably the part that needs to be understood the most. A damaged or damaged driveshaft can damage many other auto parts. This article will explain how this component works and some of the signs that it may need repair. This article is for the average person who wants to fix their car on their own but may not be familiar with mechanical repairs or even driveshaft mechanics. You can click the link below for more information.

Repair damaged driveshafts

If you own a car, you should know that the driveshaft is an integral part of the vehicle’s driveline. They ensure efficient transmission of power from the engine to the wheels and drive. However, if your driveshaft is damaged or cracked, your vehicle will not function properly. To keep your car safe and running at peak efficiency, you should have it repaired as soon as possible. Here are some simple steps to replace the drive shaft.
First, diagnose the cause of the drive shaft damage. If your car is making unusual noises, the driveshaft may be damaged. This is because worn bushings and bearings support the drive shaft. Therefore, the rotation of the drive shaft is affected. The noise will be squeaks, dings or rattles. Once the problem has been diagnosed, it is time to repair the damaged drive shaft.
Professionals can repair your driveshaft at relatively low cost. Costs vary depending on the type of drive shaft and its condition. Axle repairs can range from $300 to $1,000. Labor is usually only around $200. A simple repair can cost between $150 and $1700. You’ll save hundreds of dollars if you’re able to fix the problem yourself. You may need to spend a few more hours educating yourself about the problem before handing it over to a professional for proper diagnosis and repair.
The cost of repairing a damaged driveshaft varies by model and manufacturer. It can cost as much as $2,000 depending on parts and labor. While labor costs can vary, parts and labor are typically around $70. On average, a damaged driveshaft repair costs between $400 and $600. However, these parts can be more expensive than that. If you don’t want to spend money on unnecessarily expensive repairs, you may need to pay a little more.

Learn how drive shafts work

While a car engine may be one of the most complex components in your vehicle, the driveshaft has an equally important job. The driveshaft transmits the power of the engine to the wheels, turning the wheels and making the vehicle move. Driveshaft torque refers to the force associated with rotational motion. Drive shafts must be able to withstand extreme conditions or they may break. Driveshafts are not designed to bend, so understanding how they work is critical to the proper functioning of the vehicle.
The drive shaft includes many components. The CV connector is one of them. This is the last stop before the wheels spin. CV joints are also known as “doughnut” joints. The CV joint helps balance the load on the driveshaft, the final stop between the engine and the final drive assembly. Finally, the axle is a single rotating shaft that transmits power from the final drive assembly to the wheels.
Different types of drive shafts have different numbers of joints. They transmit torque from the engine to the wheels and must accommodate differences in length and angle. The drive shaft of a front-wheel drive vehicle usually includes a connecting shaft, an inner constant velocity joint and an outer fixed joint. They also have anti-lock system rings and torsional dampers to help them run smoothly. This guide will help you understand the basics of driveshafts and keep your car in good shape.
The CV joint is the heart of the driveshaft, it enables the wheels of the car to move at a constant speed. The connector also helps transmit power efficiently. You can learn more about CV joint driveshafts by looking at the top 3 driveshaft questions
The U-joint on the intermediate shaft may be worn or damaged. Small deviations in these joints can cause slight vibrations and wobble. Over time, these vibrations can wear out drivetrain components, including U-joints and differential seals. Additional wear on the center support bearing is also expected. If your driveshaft is leaking oil, the next step is to check your transmission.
The drive shaft is an important part of the car. They transmit power from the engine to the transmission. They also connect the axles and CV joints. When these components are in good condition, they transmit power to the wheels. If you find them loose or stuck, it can cause the vehicle to bounce. To ensure proper torque transfer, your car needs to stay on the road. While rough roads are normal, bumps and bumps are common.

Common signs of damaged driveshafts

If your vehicle vibrates heavily underneath, you may be dealing with a faulty propshaft. This issue limits your overall control of the vehicle and cannot be ignored. If you hear this noise frequently, the problem may be the cause and should be diagnosed as soon as possible. Here are some common symptoms of a damaged driveshaft. If you experience this noise while driving, you should have your vehicle inspected by a mechanic.
A clanging sound can also be one of the signs of a damaged driveshaft. A ding may be a sign of a faulty U-joint or center bearing. This can also be a symptom of worn center bearings. To keep your vehicle safe and functioning properly, it is best to have your driveshaft inspected by a certified mechanic. This can prevent serious damage to your car.
A worn drive shaft can cause difficulty turning, which can be a major safety issue. Fortunately, there are many ways to tell if your driveshaft needs service. The first thing you can do is check the u-joint itself. If it moves too much or too little in any direction, it probably means your driveshaft is faulty. Also, rust on the bearing cap seals may indicate a faulty drive shaft.
The next time your car rattles, it might be time for a mechanic to check it out. Whether your vehicle has a manual or automatic transmission, the driveshaft plays an important role in your vehicle’s performance. When one or both driveshafts fail, it can make the vehicle unsafe or impossible to drive. Therefore, you should have your car inspected by a mechanic as soon as possible to prevent further problems.
Your vehicle should also be regularly lubricated with grease and chain to prevent corrosion. This will prevent grease from escaping and causing dirt and grease to build up. Another common sign is a dirty driveshaft. Make sure your phone is free of debris and in good condition. Finally, make sure the driveshaft chain and cover are in place. In most cases, if you notice any of these common symptoms, your vehicle’s driveshaft should be replaced.
Other signs of a damaged driveshaft include uneven wheel rotation, difficulty turning the car, and increased drag when trying to turn. A worn U-joint also inhibits the ability of the steering wheel to turn, making it more difficult to turn. Another sign of a faulty driveshaft is the shuddering noise the car makes when accelerating. Vehicles with damaged driveshafts should be inspected as soon as possible to avoid costly repairs.