The Case IH CS 130 went into production in the year 1997 and was produced until 2003. It is based on the Steyr 9125 model. This 125 horsepower strong tractor is the second strongest model of the big CS series from Case IH. The tractor is equipped with a sisu six-cylinder diesel engine with a cubic capacity of 6,6 L. At a nominal speed of 2.300 U/min, the consumption rate is 25,9 L/h. The Case IH CS 130 furthermore has an electro-hydraulic PTO shaft with change speed gearbox and four gears. The driver can choose between 24 forward and reverse gears respectively, and optionally drive up to 50 km/h.
In the course of a revision of the model, the Case IH has increased the lifting power of the Case IH CS 130 from an initial 8.830 kg to a powerful 9.970 kg. The hydraulic pump supports maximum 123,8 L/min and functions until a working pressure of 200 bar. Transmission and hydraulic oil are stored together in a 72 L tank. The measures of the Case IH CS 130 are as follows: 5,43m length, 2,50m width, and 2,92m height, at a dead weight of 6.205 kg. On grounds of 9.000 kg permissible total weight, the tractor can transport an additional payload of 2.795 kg. The cabin is available on demand as a comfort model, but also wins you over serially with good sound insulation and a functional arrangement of the operating elements.