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The ROC 350 represents a revolutionary concept in tractors,
distinguishing itself from the rest thanks to both the
combination of its high power and light weight, and its wide
operational flexibility made possible by the revolutionary
technology adopted, and unbeatable driver comfort. This
tractor is one of a new generation of tractors and has not,
in actual fact, been designed for plowing or for those tasks
where the tractor’s weight and good front drive are of
fundamental importance. In this case, the design concept is
different. Thanks to the use of the highest quality steel
alloys, this tractor is extremely lightweight in proportion
to its power (350 CV), meaning that it can be used for those
tasks which, up until now, were considered prohibitive for a
tractor in this power range. The agricultural equipment
carried by tractors is, in fact, getting larger and wider
and needs an ever increasing tractor PTO, to the detriment
of tractor weight and the problems this leads to with land
The ROC 350 tractor is ideal for reverse operating tasks as
it is built with a system that allows the driver’s cabin to
rotate on itself giving the utmost in driver comfort and
frontal work area visibility giving an unhindered view. The
cooling system has been largely over-dimensioned for
supporting high temperatures and dust levels (in tasks such
as hay and beet harvesting, silaging, etc.). The tractor’s
transmission is innovative as it can be set and operated
according to the task being carried out and driver
preferences. Another extremely important feature is the
weight balancing. The ROC 350 has been designed for carrying
very heavy rear section loads and therefore only requires a
few kilos of ballast in the front section for
counterbalancing, thus keeping down superfluous weight.
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