Enfly tractors are amongst the best and most reliable tractors available from China today. Manufactured by Yantai Dongqi Agricultural Equipment Co Ltd over 20,000 tractors per year are sold worldwide. Considering cost, performance, and reliability Enfly tractors represent best value for money.
Every day around the world, Mahindra tractors pull their weight in performance and reliability. The MFS 254 was designed for the USA market and over the past 10 years has satisfied the needs of farmers and property owners worldwide. In fact, in 2010 Mahindra became the #1 selling tractor in the world.
Blek Pty Ltd introduced Enfly tractors into Australia and over a period of 10 years sold Enfly tractors throughout Australia. In April, 2013 Blek relinquished distribution rights for Enfly and JKL Machinery was appointed as the exclusive distributor of Enfly in Australia.
Implements, attachments, and accessories are tools that help to get jobs done faster to save money, while helping to develop or improve your farm or property. JKL machinery implements will fit all sizes of tractors and compared to other products are best value for money.
Enfly tractors models DQ404 (40hp tractor) and DQ554 - (55hp tractor) and DQ804 (80hp tractor) enjoy a reputation for being the “Best value in tractors” and are sold with front end loaders that are tried proved and tested. Enfly tractors are distributed exclusively by JKL Machinery so if you want the best value Tractor and Implements for your property then contact us today on 07 5465 6583.
Buying a tractor can be confusing if you don’t understand the various features, weights, sizes and tractor power options and because technology changes so fast what was relevant years ago may not be relevant today. At JKL Machinery we help to match your needs to the tractor and implements needed for the job but there are many options and considerations, so help us to help you by telling us about your property and why you want a tractor.
Tractor power is measured in horsepower, like any engine powered vehicle. Generally, you can get a utility tractor with engine horsepower rated from 18 up to 90. It’s good to know the horsepower capabilities of a tractor, but it doesn’t really tell you what a tractor can do. Higher horsepower doesn’t necessarily mean more useable power.
The second horsepower number that you’ll see for a tractor is PTO horsepower because it indicates the actual “useable” power that the tractor has to operate implements. PTO stands for Power Take Off. The PTO drives many implements, and the PTO horsepower is a good gauge of the tractor’s true capabilities. The PTO connects the tractor’s engine to the implement through a rotating shaft at the rear of the tractor. If you compare utility tractors by PTO horsepower, be careful. Some manufacturers rate the tractor at maximum PTO speed instead of the standard 540 rpm. This can be confusing, but don’t worry. JKL can help you decide what tractor best fits your horsepower needs
A garden tractor is less expensive, that’s true. And if you’re primary need for a tractor is mowing grass and light dirtwork, it may meet your needs. But if you intend to cut brush, do tilling or loader work, you should consider a utility tractor.