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Performance marked with power and precision.


Performance marked with power and precision.

Engine + Transmission.


PADDY PANTHER 26 is equipped with a powerful and fuel efficient 21 HP (15.5 kW) petrol engine by HONDA . This powerful engine enables the machine to move smoothly in difficult field conditions, saves fuel and ensures trouble free operation.


Specially designed combination of HST and Gear transmission with 2 forward and 1 reverse gear provides smooth and efficient power transfer. With a maximum transplanting speed of 1.70 meters per second, which is one of the highest in its category, the machine ensures more output, increased area coverage & enhanced profitability.

Clutch less mechanism with HST pedal provides gradual acceleration from zero speed which prevents seedling from damage and ensures excellent maneuverability for comfortable operation in deep and slushy fields.

In turn, this increases transplanting efficiency. 4 wheel drive transmission with front LH/RH wheels independent suspension absorbs shocks due to uneven and rough paddy fields ensuring operator comfort and optimum performance in difficult field conditions.