Agribuggy Models


Kellands Agribuggy 2700

The Agribuggy 2700 uses a hub reduction Melo axle, the very same axle still carrying the 2016 Kellands A280.
The power plant was upgraded to a 3.0 litre, 4 cylinder Common Rail Turbo diesel International engine producing around 140 bhp.
Automatic 4 Speed ZF Gearbox.
2 Speed hi/low Transfer box with diff lock.
7/9 spray sections operated by air shutoff nozzle bodies.
Pto powered compressor.
The Pto is electronically controlled.
The Cooling was uprated again, still kept in board, to stop any blockages from pollen/dirt but kept the more efficient viscous unit.
Spray tanks were 2700litres, with boom widths up to 24m.
Spool Valves were converted from lever operated to Electr-Hydraulic solenoids.
The Booms are Pommier Alluminium RPA with a full purge/flush system. and complete re-circulation.
4 Wheel steer was available as an option.

Kellands Agribuggy 2500

The Agribuggy 2500 uses a hub reduction Melo axle, the very same axle still carrying the 2016 Kellands A280.
The power plant was upgraded to a 2.8 litre, 4 cylinder Mechanical injection Turbo diesel Land Rover derivitive engine producing around 130 bhp.
Uprated V8 Automatic 4 Speed ZF Gearbox.
2 Speed hi/low Transfer box with diff lock.
7 spray sections operated by air shutoff nozzle bodies.
Pto powered compressor.
The Cooling was moved inboard, to stop any blockages from pollen/dirt but kept the more efficient viscous unit.
Spray tanks were 2500litres, with boom widths up to 24m.
Spool Valves were converted from lever operated to Electr-Hydraulic solenoids.
The Booms are Pommier Alluminium RPA with a full purge/flush system. and complete re-circulation.
4 Wheel steer was available as an option.

Kellands Agribuggy 2000

The Agribuggy 2000 uses a hub reduction Melo axle, the very same axle still carrying the 2016 Kellands A280.
The power plant was upgraded to a 2.5 litre, 4 cylinder Mechanical injection Turbo diesel Land Rover engine producing around 111 bhp.
Uprated Automatic 4 Speed ZF Gearbox.
2 Speed hi/low Transfer box with diff lock.
5 spray sections operated by Teejet motors.
The Cooling was moved inboard, to stop any blockages from pollen/dirt but kept the more efficient viscous unit.
Spray tanks were 2000litres, with boom widths up to 24m.
4 Wheel steer was available as an option.

Frazier Phantom

The Frazier Phantom was a complete overhaul of the original D series buggies, built along side the Stealth.
Initially coming with the earlier British made axles, but later utilizing a hub reduction Melo axle, the very same axle still carrying the 2016 Kellands A280.
For the majority, the power plant was upgraded to a Land Rover 300tdi 2.5l Turbo Diesel unit(111bhp), accompanied by an automatic gearbox, and transfer box with both High & Low ratios. 
Adding to the capabilities of the buggy, was the ability to lock the centre differential. 
The Cooling was still front mounted, but the cooling fan was converted to a more efficient viscous unit.
Spray tanks ranged from 1500-2000 litres, with boom widths up to 24m.
4 Wheel steer was available as an option.

Frazier Stealth

The Frazier Stealth was a complete overhaul of the original D series buggies, as a sister machine to the Phantom.
Initially coming with the earlier British made axles, but later utilizing a hub reduction Melo axle, the very same axle still carrying the 2016 Kellands A280.
For the majority, the power plant was upgraded to a Land Rover 300tdi 2.5l Turbo Diesel unit(111bhp), accompanied by an automatic gearbox, and transfer box with both High & Low ratios. 
Adding to the capabilities of the buggy, was the ability to lock the centre differential. 
The Cooling was still front mounted, but the cooling fan was converted to a more efficient viscous unit.
Spray tanks ranged from 1500-2000 litres, with boom widths up to 24m.
4 Wheel steer was available as an option.

Frazier 5D

The Frazier 5D was designed as a larger Low Ground Pressure machine, using upgraded, bespoke British made axles, with large 11" disc brakes all round.
The Engine was sourced from Ford Industrial, this time with a turbo, and was a 4 cylinder 1.8 Diesel, with 75 bhp.
Engine cooling is front mounted making this model easily identifiable.
The drive was through a Ford limited slip differential, to both front and rear axles.
Spray tanks were available up to 1500l, with booms up to 24m. 
4 Wheel Steer was available as an option.

Frazier 4D

The Frazier 4D was designed as a Low Ground Pressure machine, using existing, and readily available Land Rover Defender Axles, with disc brakes at the front and rear.
The Engine was sourced from Ford Industrial, this time with a turbo, and was a 4 cylinder 1.8 Diesel, with 75 bhp.
Engine cooling is front mounted making this model easily identifiable.
The drive was through a Ford limited slip differential, to both front and rear axles.
Spray tanks were available up to 1000l, with booms up to 20m.
4 Wheel Steer was available as an option.

Frazier 3D

The Frazier 3D was designed as a Low Ground Pressure machine, using existing, and readily available Land Rover Defender Axles, with disc brakes at the front, and some having discs at the rear.
The Engine was sourced from Ford Industrial, and was a 4 cylinder 1.8 N/A Diesel with 58 bhp
Engine cooling is side mounted on the drivers door side, next to the engine.
The drive was through a Ford limited slip differential, to both front and rear axles.
Spray tanks were available up to 1000l, with booms up to 18m.

Frazier 2D

The Frazier 2D was designed as a Low Ground Pressure machine, using existing, and readily available Land Rover Series Axles, with drum brakes all round.
The Engine was sourced from Ford Industrial, and was a 4 cylinder 1.6, or 1.8 N/A Diesel, with 54 or 58 bhp.
The drive was through a Ford limited slip differential, to both front and rear axles.
Spray tanks were available up to 1000l, with booms up to 18m.

Frazier Petrol Agribuggy

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