The new generation Kioti compact CK4220 42hp Daedong diesel engine tractor comes with either manual or hydrostatic transmission. HST models feature performance proven, heavy duty HST drives that deliver power and efficiency. The three range transmission, high, mid, low, and along with a twin pedal operation makes your job easier, smoother and safer. HST models employ a two pedal system for forward and reverse with smooth engagement, acceleration and deceleration. Pedal pressure is minimized which reduces operator fatigue during long hours of use and when doing repetitive tasks.
Manual transmission models feature 12 Forward and 12 Reverse speeds delivering heavy duty performance. Second and Reverse gears are synchronised for efficient forward and reverse operations requiring frequent shifting.A maximum ground clearance of 340mm makes usage on a rocky or uneven terrain simpler
For more than 70 years, Daedong Manufacturing Company has been the leading Korean manufacturer of mechanised farming equipment. Since 1947, the company has continually expanded its technical knowledge and production capacity for mechanised farming equipment.
Starting with the successful introduction of the first water-cooled diesel engine in 1949, Daedong has continued to be a pioneer in the development of mechanised farming equipment technology. Noteworthy accomplishments include the power tiller in 1963, followed by the development of a full product line of tractors, combines, rice transplanters and garden tillers. Even now, Daedong is investing heavily in leading-edge technologies and new production facilities to assure the world class competitiveness of Kioti Daedong products. Daedong Industrial Co, Ltd., located in Daegu, South Korea, has been a world leader in the engineering and development of farming equipment for more than 50 years. In Australia, Kioti Tractors are supported by PFG Australia Pty Limited.
PFG Australia is a fully independent and privately-owned group of companies, who have a three-generation history of serving the New Zealand and Australian tractor and machinery markets. In 2017, PFG expanded its international footprint by securing the exclusive distribution rights to Deutz-Fahr tractors in the USA.