Challenger MT675D

Challenger MT675D Row-Crop tractor Technical Specifications

Challenger MT675D is a Row-Crop tractor that was produced by the John Deere between 2011 – 2013.

Below you will find detailed technical specifications for Challenger MT675D covering engine types, horsepower ratings, weight, height, fuel type and tank volume, oil capacity and type, hydraulic system diagram, wiring diagram, battery specs, etc.

Challenger MT675D Production














Manufacturer:
Manufacturer: Challenger (a part of AGCO)
Type: Row-Crop tractor
Factory: Jackson, Minnesota, USA
Original price: $325,382 (2014 )


Challenger MT675D Power













Engine:
Engine (gross): 320 hp
238.6 kW
PTO (claimed): 275 hp
205.1 kW
Drawbar (tested): 236.2 hp
176.1 kW
PTO (tested): 328.3 hp
244.8 kW

Challenger MT675D Electrical
















Ground: negative
Charging system: alternator
Charging amps: 240
Batteries: 2
Battery volts: 12

Challenger MT675D Mechanical





































Chassis: 4×4 MFWD 4WD
Final drives: inboard planetary
Differential lock: electro-hydraulic
Steering: hydrostatic power
Brakes: hydraulic wet disc
Trailer brakes: pneumatic (optional)
  hydraulic (optional)
Cab: Cab standard with air-conditioning and OptiRide Plus hydraulic suspension AGCO System 150 (optional)
  AGCOMMAND (optional)
Transmission: continuously variable transmission

Capacity










Fuel: 167 gal
632.1 L
Exhaust fluid (DEF): 16 gal
60.6 L
Hydraulic system: 29.1 gal
110.1 L

Hydraulics



















Type: closed center load sensing (CCLS)
Capacity: 29.1 gal
110.1 L
Pressure: 2900 psi
200.0 bar
Valves: 4 to 6
SCV flow: 26.4 gpm
99.9 lpm
Total flow: 46 gpm
174.1 lpm

Tracktor Hitch






















Rear Type: III
Rear lift: 22760 lbs
10323 kg
Front Hitch: III (optional)
Front lift (at ends): 11000 lbs
4989 kg
Drawbar: Cat. 3
  Cat. 3 Heavy-Duty (optional)
  Cat. 4 (optional)

Power Take-off (PTO)
















Rear PTO: independent
Clutch: electro-hydraulic
Rear RPM: 1000/1000E (1.75)
  540E/1000/1000E (optional)
Engine RPM: [email protected]
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Challenger MT675D Engine detail














































Engine Detail
AGCO Power
turbocharged air-to-air intercooled diesel
6-cylinder
liquid-cooled
Displacement: 513.8 ci
8.4 L
Bore/Stroke: 4.370×5.709 inches
111 x 145 mm
Emissions: Interim Tier IV
Emission control: selective catalytic reduction (SCR)
Power (gross): 320 hp
238.6 kW
Maximum Power: 350 hp
261.0 kW
Fuel system: electronic high-pressure common rail
Pre-heating: thermostart
Compression: 16.7:1
Rated RPM: 2100
Starter: electric
Starter volts: 12



Challenger MT675D Transmission overview

Engine Oil









Transmission: Techstar CVT
Type: continuously variable transmission
Gears: infinite forward and reverse

Challenger MT675D Dimensions




























Wheelbase: 122 inches
309 cm
Length: 215.7 inches
547 cm
Height (cab): 141 inches
358 cm
Shiping weight: 24250 lbs
10999 kg
Max weight: 33070 lbs
15000 kg
Front axle: 4WD
Front axle: 4WD Quadlink Suspension
Rear axle: 4.33 by 105 inches
109 by 2667 mm
Rear axle: 4.33 by 118 inches
109 by 2997 mm

Challenger MT675D Tests

OCED Tractor Test 2721



















































OCED Tractor Test 2721
Diesel Techstar CVT 4WD
January 2012 – July 2012,
Link: OCED Tractor Test 2721 file
PTO performance
Max power: 328.3 hp
244.8 kW
Fuel use: 17.3 gal/hour
65.5 l/hour
Power at rated engine speed: 290.2 hp
216.4 kW
Fuel use: 15.9 gal/hour
60.2 l/hour
Power at rated PTO speed: 325.6 hp
242.8 kW
Fuel use: 17.2 gal/hour
65.1 l/hour
Drawbar performance
Max power: 236.2 hp
176.1 kW
Fuel use: 15.7 gal/hour
59.4 l/hour
Pull at 9.01 KPH
Max pull: 25465 lbs
11550 kg
Pull at 5.24 KPH

FAQ

Is Challenger MT675D a good tractor?

The Challenger MT675D is one of the great tractors in the Challenger (a part of AGCO) stable, and it has earned Challenger (a part of AGCO) a fantastic reputation.

How much oil does a Challenger MT675D take?

Check out the Challenger MT675D oil capacity and oil type in the engine specs section as it may vary across the engines. Keep in mind, that older models might have their oil capacity increased over time. You may compare between the early and late oil capacity.

Do tractors have VIN numbers?

Every tractor has a VIN number. The number is usually engraved below the driver’s seat. Tractor manufacturers put the number in different places on the tractor body.

What was the last year Challenger (a part of AGCO) made the MT665D

The Challenger MT675D was an agricultural tractor model made from 2011 – 2013

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