John Deere - 8295R
Call for price
John Deere - 8295R

The New John Deere 8R/8RT Series Tractors deliver the high performance you expect from a John Deere, plus improved fluid economy, resulting in lower cost of ownership and improved productivity.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
  • Independent-Link Suspension (ILS™) utilizes industry-leading technology

    8R Series Tractor equipped with ILSThe John Deere ILS utilizes industry-leading technology to supply unsurpassed gains to end-user productivity. This innovative design incorporates proven suspension design with mechanical front-wheel drive (MFWD) axle components that use state-of-the-art technology specifically for heavy equipment usage. The ILS front axle is available on all 8R Series Tractor models.42-km/h (26-mph) and 50-km/h (31-mph) front axles FeatureILSHydraulic differential lockYesLimited slipNoSuspensionYesBrakesYes (optional on 42 km/h)Tire ratio/steps allowed5 or 6DualsYesTread spacing singles*1574 mm – 2184 mm (62 in. – 86 in.)Tread spacing singles1524 mm – 2235 mm (60 in. – 88 in.)Singles with duals1524 mm – 2235 mm (60 in. – 88 in.)Duals2946 mm – 3658 mm (116 in. – 144 in.)Top speed42 km/h (26 mph) or 50km/h (31mph) depending on modelFront PTOOptional* Based on wheel equipment shipped to some geographic regions. The ILS system gets more power to the ground because the front tires maintain ground contact pressure. This improves field and transport ride plus increases ballasting flexibility and drastically decreases the tendency to power hop.ILS cutawayThe ILS axle maintains minimum oil levels in the front differentials to assist in providing overall tractor operating efficiency. John Deere ILS has three systems:A mechanical systemA hydraulic systemAn electrical system Mechanical system The mechanical system is further broken down into the mechanical drive system and mechanical suspension system.The mechanical drive system includes:A three-position switch is included on a MFWD clutch.The MFWD clutch has six clutch discs and separator plates that can transfer as much as 40 percent of the tractor power through to the front ILS axle.The front differential transfers power from the engine to the individual right and left driveshaft through a ring and pinion.A hydraulically engaged front differential lock containing eight clutch discs and eight separator plates works in conjunction with the rear differential lock to assist the tractor in tough, wet conditions with increased power transfer to all wheels.A right and left constant-velocity telescoping driveline provides smooth power transfer to the outboard hubs.On 8245R, 8270R, 8295R, and 8320R Tractors, the ILS driveshaft speed is 6:1. On 8345R, 8370R, and 8400R Tractors, the ILS driveshaft ratio is 8:1.  By using an 8:1 ratio on higher horsepower tractors, power can get to the wheels while minimizing the torque the U-joint experiences. The mechanical suspension system consists of large cast, upper- and lower-control arms with cast steering knuckles for durability and reliability.There is a high steering capacity, even with dual wheels – 25 percent increase over model year 2013High torque in all steering positions provides maximum transfer of power to the wheels under all conditionsFully independent suspension maintains optimum ground contact at all timesHydraulic system The hydraulic system consists of suspension cylinders, a control valve manifold, a front differential lock, and hydraulic accumulators.There is a high steering capacity through large steering cylinders.Responsive link arms maintain contact with the ground surface, giving maximum tractive performance under any condition.Accumulators dampen energy from bumps to produce a smooth ride for maximum operator comfort.Electrical system The electrical system contains position sensors, solenoids for the control valves, and a master controller for complete automatic control of the ILS system. How does it work? The mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical systems work together to maintain a level and vertically-centered position of the front differential case in relation to the outboard hubs and planetaries, independent of tractor weight or dynamic loading. The system’s ability to maintain a vertically centered position provides full suspension travel of 25.4 cm (10 in.). This translates to consistent soil contact for improved power to the ground as well as dampens the energy from bumps that cause a rough ride. The tractor utilizes electronic and computer controls that monitor tractor functions and axle position. Based on those inputs, the electrical system automatically triggers hydraulic functions to raise, lower, or remain static. The John Deere ILS uses a short/long A-arm design, which means the upper control arms are shorter than the lower control arms. During wheel movement, the upper control arm moves in a smaller arc than the lower control arm, and the difference in the two arcs creates a change in camber. The change in camber helps keep the inside and outside of the front tires perpendicular to the drive surface, a very important feature when optional front dual wheels are installed. This design provides anti-dive characteristics to naturally reduce the adverse effects of braking and acceleration. The John Deere ILS front axle has been specifically designed to accommodate additional options, such as front 3-point hitches and front duals. To properly handle these options, large steering cylinders and knuckles provide up to twice the steering capacity of the standard MFWD beam axles so steering performance is maintained. A simple steering stop arrangement offers infinite adjustability for fine-tuning in any row spacing. Braking system With higher speeds and expected heavy towed implements and carts, front brakes are optional on 42-km/h (26-mph) ILS-equipped tractors and part of base equipment on 50-km/h (31-mph) ILS-equipped tractors. The braking system is applied proportionally between the front and rear axle brakes to effectively stop the tractor. There are no operator adjustments or requirements to operate the additional braking system. Tire compatibilityFor travel speeds of 50 km/h (31 mph) B-speed-rated tires that provide high-speed capabilities are required. With the ability to have a six-step drop from rear to front tire, the 8R equipped with an ILS axle is able to have group 49 rear tires with group 43 fronts. This allows for the benefits of group 49 tires while maintain the turning radius allowed by group 43 front tires.NOTE: The use of group 44 tires for front duals does not allow for some row crop spacings.Front duals8R Series Tractor with front dualsNarrow-diameter extension and hub attachmentFront dual tires provide:Ultimate flotation and compaction managementIncreased load-carrying capacityEasy installation or removal; no need to remove the inner tireBolt-on components versus studded flanges for superior flexibility for dual/no dual applications.Narrow hub extensions to ensure superior crop clearance for row crop applicationsA serviceability port has been added to eliminate the need to remove the front dual and hub in order to change the hub oil at the required service intervalHitch application In hitch applications, it is important to maintain at least 50 percent of the ballasted front-axle weight (with implement raised) for steering control. Referring to the example below, the maximum ballasted weight of the front axle is 7756 kg (17,100 lb). If the tractor has a hitch-mounted implement, when you weigh the tractor with the hitch and implement fully raised, the front weight must be at least 3878 kg (8550 lb) The front axle capacity is directly proportional to the weight that can be carried on the hitch. The MFWD axle has a front weight carrying capacity equal to the front tire carrying capacity. For example, in row-crop applications using the popular 480/70R34 (155 load index) front tires, the highest load rating is 3878 kg (8550 lb) per tire. A total of 7756 kg (17,100 lb) at maximum tire pressure. This means (depending on tire pressure and speed) there is as much as 3878 kg (8550 lb) available for support of rear implements in transport. Maximum load carrying capacity of the axle is determined by the load carrying capacity of the tires and whether the tractor is equipped with singles or duals. Additional ILS features: There is no on/off switch for ILS operation since the John Deere advanced electronic management system knows when to disengage ILS automatically. The electronic controller will activate a restricted mode of operation, when any of the following conditions are met:Both brake pedals are pushedThe 3-point hitch raise/lower switch is activatedThe tractor is placed in parkWheel speed is less than 0.5 km/h (0.3 mph)Tractor is correcting for an out-of-level conditionBased on the inputs received (speed, suspension displacement, braking and operator input to hitch and/or remote cylinders), the tractor determines when the system should be active or inactive, making operation simple and efficient.MFWD CommandARM™ controls for ILSShortcut keys on the CommandARM enable the operator to engage or disengage MFWD on the go, even under full load without stopping or clutching. The switch can be placed in one of the following positions:1. AUTO 2. On 3. Off (brake assist)Mode 1 – AUTOAUTO lightWhen this light-emitting diode (LED) light is lit, MFWD is on but automatically disengages when either of the following conditions are met:Either brake pedal is depressed and held to allow tighter turnsTransporting at speeds above approximately 23.0 km/h (13.8 mph) to reduce tire wear; automatically engages when speed drops below 19.0 km/h (11.4 mph)When the front wheel turn angle meets an operator-defined pointAs with the brake-assist position, when both brakes are depressed, the MFWD automatically engages (if not already on) to provide four-wheel braking.Automatic MFWD angle adjustmentMode 2 – MFWD onMFWD lightWhen this LED light is lit, MFWD engages continuously.  Mode 3 MFWD off (brake assist)When no LED lights are lit, the MFWD is off. This is also referred to as the brake-assist position. Even though the MFWD is disengaged, when both brakes are pressed at speeds above 5 km/h (3 mph), the MFWD engages to assist braking the tractor.Differential lockCommandARM™ controls with automatic differential lock engagedCommandARM controls with manual differential lock engagedThe differential lock is another feature of the ILS axle. When the rear differential lock is engaged or disengaged, the front differential lock is also engaged or disengaged. This also includes a driveline shield. If one wheel begins to slip, the differential lock can be engaged on the go and the axles are hydraulically locked together for maximum traction. There are two ways to engage the differential lock feature.Manual differential lock – differential lock can be engaged manually using a switch on the floor or by manually depressing a button on the CommandARM console. When brakes are depressed, the differential lock will disengageAutomatic differential lock – when in auto mode, differential lock is engaged when the tractor is driving forward. Differential lock will disengage when front wheel turn angle meets disengage wheel angle setting defined by the operator via the CommandCenter or when either brake pedal is depressed. Differential lock will automatically engage when brakes are released or front wheels are turned straight.   Automatic differential lock angle adjustmentAdditional equipment for use with ILS axle3M front axle spacing kit: Front axle static weight for the ILS axle shall not exceed 6759 kg (14,900 lb) using the 3M kitH480 Front Loader Refer to the material handling section for additional information.

    Tire options for 8R Series Tractors

    John Deere 8R Series Tractors are utilized in numerous applications that place different demands on tires. As such, multiple tire offerings are available for 8R Series Tractors to accommodate a wide range of grower needs. Tire options provide variability in terms of ground clearance, tread width, and floatation to match different operating conditions. John Deere sources 8R Series Tractor tires from the following major brands:Mitas® tiresFirestone® tiresGoodyear® tiresMichelin® tiresTrelleborg® tiresTire matching (rears and fronts)8R Series TractorFront and rear tires for 8R Series Tractors are sized and combined under different group sizes based on tire  rolling circumference. All front tire options for 8R Series Tractors are classified as group 42, 43, or 44, while all rear tires are classified as group 47, 48, or 49. The approximate overall diameters for each group are shown in the following table.GroupOverall diameter421498 mm (59 in.)431600 mm (63 in.)441676 mm (66 in.)471955 mm (77 in.)482057 mm (81 in.)492172 mm (85.5 in.) For tractors with mechanical front-wheel drive (MFWD) or Independent-Link Suspension (ILS™) front axles, there typically needs to be five steps (or group size difference) between the front and rear tires to maintain proper tire overspeed between axles. This means the group 42 front tire needs to be matched with group 47 rear tire, and group 43 front tire needs to be matched with group 48 rear tire.  On 1500 MFWD axles, four-step combinations between front and rear tires are also acceptable (determined at the time of ordering the tractor). This means  group 44 front tire can be matched with  group 48 rear tire, or  group 43 front tire can be matched with  group 47 rear tire. Six step combinations are possible on tractors equipped with ILS, allowing group 43 front tires to be paired with group 49 rear tires in order to maintain narrower tread functionality with row crop width tire options. Additionally, tires have a load index rating designed to report the load carrying capability of the tire.Group 49 rear tiresJohn Deere 8R Series Tractors are now approved for group 49 rear tires. Group 49 tires have a larger diameter and longer footprint, which results in greater traction in most field conditions compared to smaller group size tires of the same section width and basic design. Group 49 tires also provide a larger air volume than comparable smaller group sizes, which can help control power hop in some conditions.NOTE:Front tread spacing for group 49 tires (group 44 fronts) has to be 1930 mm (76 in.) or wider based on tire size. For 762-mm (30-in.) tread spacings, tractors equipped with ILS may be equipped with group 49 rear tires and group 43 front tires.710/75R42 (group 49) tires are available in singles only (see Configurator for complete offering)480/95R50 (group 49) tires are available in duals only (see Configurator for complete offering)Operators will experience a decrease in turning radius with group 49 tires due to the larger-diameter group 44 front tires.Row width guidelinesMultiple tire options are available for 8R Series Tractors to accommodate multiple applications or row widths. Refer to the minimum recommended row widths for tire options based on the row-width requirements in the following table.NOTE: Not all tires listed in the chart are available on all John Deere tractors. See your local John Deere dealer for assistance in choosing the proper tires for specific tractor models.Rear tiresMinimum recommended row width508 mm (20 in.)559 mm (22 in.)762 mm (30 in.)813 mm (32 in.)1016+ mm (40+ in.) Rear tire section widthRCI GroupApproximate outside diameter320 mm (12.6 in.)380 mm (15.0 in.)480 mm* (18.9 in.)520 mm* (20.5 in.)620 mm (24.4 in.)710 mm(28.0 in.)800 mm(31.5 in.)492175 mm (85.5 in.)  480/95R50  710/75R42 482057 mm (81 in.)320/105R54380/90R54480/80R50520/85R46620/70R46650/85R38710/70R42800/70R38471956 mm (77 in.)320/90R54380/90R5018.4R46480/80R4620.8R42520/85R42620/70R42650/75R38710/70R38  *480 and 520 width tires will accommodate minimum tread setting of 33 in. with 85L oil takeout.Front tiresMinimum recommended row width 508 mm (20 in.) 559 mm (22 in.) 762 mm (30 in.) 813 mm (32 in.) 1016+ mm (40+ in.) Front tire section widthRCI GroupApproximate outside diameter290 mm (11.4 in.) 320 mm (12.6 in.) 380 mm (15.0 in.) 420 mm (16.5 in.) 480 mm (18.9 in.) 520 mm (20.5 in.) 620 mm (24.4 in.)441676 mm (66 in.)     540/75R34620/75R30431600 mm (63 in.) 320/80R42380/80R38420/85R34480/70R34540/65R34600/70R30421499 mm (59 in.) 320/85R38380/85R3416.9R30 420/90R30480/70R30540/65R30600/65R28 Please reference the operator’s manual for tread spacing requirements.Hitch clearance and tread spacingTread spacingTo prevent draft link interference, the distance (1) between the inside edges of the tires should be:Category 3N hitch – 1092 mm (43 in.)Category 3 hitch – 1168 mm (46 in.)Category 4N hitch – 1168 mm (46 in.)* Tires 480 mm (19 in.) and larger may not be able to reach all tread settings. Refer to the operator’s manual for detailed tread setting limitations. Goodyear is a trademark of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.Firestone is a trademark of Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC. Michelin is a trademark of MNA, Inc. Mitas Tires North America is a registered subsidiary of MITAS a.s. Trelleborg is a trademark of Trelleborg Wheel Systems, Inc.

    Take advantage of the Generation 4 CommandCenter™ display, designed for efficiency

    The 4100 and 4600 CommandCenter, also known as the Generation 4 CommandCenter, creates the primary user interface for 6R, 7R, 8R/8RT, and 9R/9RT/9RX Tractors. The Generation 4 CommandCenter provides an excellent, user-savvy efficient operating experience. Producers can also use a variety of implements with the Generation 4 CommandCenter as it is ISOBUS virtual terminal (VT) capable. Expect machine productivity gains, along with increased operator confidence thanks to a simple, customizable interface. The improved design of the Generation 4 CommandCenter also aids in an optimal operating experience and maximizes uptime. Some of the easy-to-use benefits of the Generation 4 CommandCenter include:Easy-to-change fields and guidance linesCustom-defined viewsOn-screen help functionsIntelligent warningsContext-based helpAbility to import, export, and delete filesLayout managerLayout manager selection pageLayout manager module buildThe Generation 4 CommandCenter features a modular-designed layout manager, so an operator can easily create the structure that meets the operator’s demands. From the factory, machines are equipped with default run pages. An unlimited amount of run pages can be added to the Generation 4 CommandCenter based on operator preference or operational needs. Toggling between run pages is as easy as swiping the screen or using the arrow buttons on the top right portion of the title bar. Users and access Users and access allow the owner or manager to lock out certain functions to prevent operators from accessing or changing settings. Lock-out functions are managed with a defined four-digit code. Lock-out features are available for:Ag Management Solution (AMS) applicationsHitchHydraulicTransmissionPower take-off (PTO)FieldCruise™ systemDisplayMachine monitorOn-screen help and diagnostic text There are a number of different ways to get meaningful on-screen help when navigating the Generation 4 CommandCenter. Operators can find the help icon on the shortcut bar on the bottom of every page. This icon gives detailed information on everything from tractor operation to application information. Simply select the help icon and navigate to the information section that is needed.Help iconHelp center main pageAdditionally, application-based help is also available in all locations of the CommandCenter. Simply click on the {i} icon available on the title bar and it will lead directly to more information on the application currently being used.Context-based help iconContext-based help iTEC™ system main pageDiagnostic text and information is available for better understanding of whether applications are operating as directed.Machine monitorMachine monitor pageThe machine monitor application provides the user instantaneous readings about the status or condition of the machine. Values shown in the machine monitor vary by application, but typically include parameters like engine speed, coolant temperature, and ground speed. The machine monitor supports run page modules in the layout manager, allowing the user to populate specific machine parameters directly to a run page. NOTE: The machine monitor application replaces part of the universal performance monitor in previous machines.File managerFile manager icon upper rightOptions available in file mangerFile manager is located on the system page in the menu. Users can export, import, or delete single files or all files with the Generation 4 CommandCenter. Files can be imported exported, or deleted with the following filter options:Export to USBScreen to export using USBChoose all data or select client/farm/fieldChoose specific guidance tracks or run pagesChoose to export all data typesSelect custom export to filter by individual client/farm/field and then export. In addition, users can filter by data type of guidance tracks or run pages.Delete capabilitiesChoose to delete all data typesSelect custom delete to filter by individual client/farm/field and then delete. In addition, users can filter by data type of guidance tracks or run pages.Setup dataUsers manage all setup data in John Deere Operations Center when using a 4100 or 4600 CommandCenter. Setup files transfer between displays via USB, for customers using GS3 2630 Display and Generation 4 CommandCenter in their operations.Import from USB1. Screen to import using USB2. Select correct folder for import3. Select data typeChoose to import folder (like GreenStar™ 3 [GS3] 2630 Display select profile)Users can select by data type of guidance tracks or run pages.Users can add one or more guidance lines, clients, farms, or fields without overwriting all of the information on the display. Users can import a single item from the John Deere Operations Center without having to recreate the entire display database. This ensures integrity of existing data on the display and improves data transfer time.4100 CommandCenter 177.8-mm (7-in.) display   Tractors4100 Processor4600 Processor6R (AutoQuad™ transmission/CommandQuad™ transmission)StandardNot available6R (IVT transmission/DirectDrive), 7210R, 7230RStandardOption7250R, 7270R, 7290R, 7310R, 8R/8RT, 9R/9RT/9RXNot applicableStandardWork monitorWork monitor pageThe work monitor application displays the performance information about the task being performed by the machine. The user is shown averages, totals, and productivity of the machine, such as area worked, average working speed, and fuel usage. The values of the work monitor can be reset by the user at any time. Specific values of the work monitor can be configured by the user to be shown on a run page. NOTE: The work monitor application replaces part of the Universal Performance Monitor in previous machines.On-screen help can be located on any page where this icon is located4600 CommandCenter 254-mm (10-in.) displayThe 4100 Processor is base equipment and only offered on 6R, 7210R, and 7230R Tractors. It offers:Compatible with 177.8-mm (7-in.) touchscreen displayOne video camera inputOne USB inputAutoTrac capable (machine-specific activation sold separately)Dual display modeDual displayThe GS3 or GS2 Display can run in dual display mode with the Generation 4 CommandCenter. Generation 4 CommandCenter may be configured to run with the following John Deere displays connected at the cornerpost:GS2 1800 DisplayGS2 2600 DisplayGS3 2630 DisplayAll precision activations purchased on GS2 or GS3 Display are defaulted to run on the cornerpost display while in dual display mode. Activations cannot be shared between GS2 or GS3 Displays and the Generation 4 CommandCenter. The second display must have its own activations to run AMS applications. RDA can be used on either GS3 2630 Display or Generation 4 CommandCenter in the same session. Precision ag applications, such as AutoTrac™ assisted steering system, Section Control, and documentation, cannot run on both displays at the same time. When a cornerpost display is installed, precision ag applications will automatically be disabled on Gen 4 CommandCenter. Tractor applications will always be located on the Gen 4 CommandCenter. View on screen help to properly set up display when in dual display mode.Video capability Tractors with a 4100 CommandCenter are equipped with one video input and 7R, 8R/8RT, 9R/9RT/9RX Tractors with a 4600 CommandCenter have four video inputs. 6R Tractors equipped with a 4600 CommandCenter have two video inputs. The operator has the ability to set a variety of triggers, including reverse, power take-off (PTO), hitch, and selective control valve (SCV) levers to activate the camera. The image will then appear on the CommandCenter display. The camera (video observation system) is available through JD Parts and Ag and Industrial (A and I) Products. John Deere Generation 4 CommandCenter processors A Generation 4 CommandCenter is made up of a processor and a display. Two processor options are available for the Generation 4 CommandCenter. The 4600 Processor is the premium processor, offered as an option on all 6R*, 7210R, and 7230R Tractors and is standard on 7250R, 7270R, 7290R, 7310R, 8R/8RT, and 9R/9RT/9RX Tractors. Available features with the premium processor include:Compatible with 254-mm (10-in.) touchscreen displayFour video camera inputsFour USB inputsAutoTrac capable (machine-specific activation sold separately)CommandCenter Premium activation – enables Section Control, documentation, AutoTrac and John Deere Wireless Data Transfer (with a JDLink™ Connect subscription)*Only compatible with infinitely variable transmission (IVT™) and DirectDrive™ transmissionDisplay optionsGeneration 4 CommandCenter is available in the following configurations:177.8-mm (7-in.) display on the 4100 CommandCenter254-mm (10-in.) display on the 4600 CommandCenterFor growers wanting to maximize their viewing real estate, the 254-mm (10-in.) touchscreen color display is an excellent choice. With the 254-mm (10-in.) display, the title bar and all shortcut keys may be viewed at all times. Operators can monitor more information at once on the 254-mm (10-in.) touchscreen display.John Deere 4100 CommandCenterA. Next run pageB. Status centerC. Expand shortcut keysD. MenuE. Run pageCommandCenter boundariesGeneration 4 is capable of importing existing boundary information from GS3 2630 or John Deere Operations Center. Gen 4 is also capable of creating boundaries from coverage. The display uses a streamlined boundary creation process that generates exterior and interior field boundaries from coverage, simplifying the process and reducing steps. Operators can delete interior boundaries without impacting the exterior boundary or headlands. In addition, operators can chose to turn boundaries off for Section Control, while using them for field locator and documentation. Headland boundaries can also quickly be generated by simply entering a distance or the number of passes from exterior boundary.John Deere 4600 CommandCenterA. Next and previous run pageB. Status centerC. Shortcut keysD. MenuE. Run pageF. Title barGeneration 4 CommandCenter and GreenStar displays comparison and compatibilityGeneration 4 CommandCenter Display works in dual display mode with GreenStar (GS) 3 2630 Display, GS2 1800 Display, and GS2 2600 Display. For complete feature comparison and dual display compatibility information, please see the display comparison chart and GS3 and AMS display compatibility chart.Boundary creation from coverageBoundary creation from coverageHeadland creationBoundaries can be imported from the following sources:John Deere Operations CenterDirectly from a GS3 2630 Display or another Gen 4 CommandCenterApex™ software or another farm management information system (FMIS) system that exports in GS3 2630 Display format

    Rear power take-off (PTO) options

    45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm PTOAll 8R and 8RT Series Tractors come standard with a fully independent 45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm PTO. This 20-spline shaft is designed for high-power, heavy PTO loads that require full horsepower above 150 PTO hp.The 8R Series Wheel Tractors offer additional mechanical and electrical speed-change PTO options to provide the versatility and flexibility needed to satisfy implement demands. An in-cab shiftable, eco version of the 45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm PTO is available, allowing full PTO rotations at decreased engine speeds.Additionally, a 45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm PTO capable of 35 mm (1-3/8 in.), 540-rpm (6 spline)/1000-rpm (21 spline) can be ordered. To field convert to the 35-mm (1-3/8-in.) 540/1000-rpm PTO, a field kit is required (the required shaft is dependent on the hitch option).NOTE: 540-rpm PTO options are not compatible with the Category 4 drawbar.The PTO activation switch is located on the CommandARM™ controls. In addition, PTO engagement modulation is adjustable with settings located in the CommandCenter™ display. The PTO shaft can be slightly rotated or indexed to aid in PTO drive hookups. All PTO options feature internal lubrication with heavy-duty oil-cooled clutch plates. A PTO safety start system and seat-activated PTO warning is standard on all 8R and 8RT Series Tractors.The following tables show when shaft kits are required for each PTO shaft based on the selected hitch option (drawbar, 3-point hitch, 80-mm ball/piton). 1000/540 PTOPTO typeNominal diameter, mmNumber and type of splinesPTO speed (rpm)Drawbar3-point hitch80-mm ball/piton1356 straight splines540RE272736 RE272736 R53803723521 involute splines1000RE272736 RE272736 R53779134520 involute splines1000OK from factoryOK from factoryOK from factory 1000/1000E PTOPTO typeNominal diameter, mmNumber and type of splinesPTO speed, rpmDrawbar3-point hitch80-mm ball/piton1356 straight splines540No solutionNo solutionNo solution23521 involute splines1000/1000ER537790R537790R31342334520 involute splines1000/1000EOK from factoryOK from factoryOK from factoryGeneral applications:Use the 45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm PTO for full-power PTO applications, such as grain carts, rotavators, and silage choppers.Use the 35-mm (1-3/8-in.), 1000-rpm PTO shaft on implements requiring less than 150 PTO hp, such as manure spreaders and rotary cutters.Use the 35-mm (1-3/8-in.), 540-rpm PTO shaft on implements requiring less than 75 PTO hp (light loads only), such as auger applications.NOTE: Proper engine speed for the 1000-rpm PTO shaft is 2000 engine rpm. For the 540-rpm PTO shaft, proper engine speed is 1817 rpm.Rear PTO options:45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm (20-spline) PTONOTE: Compatible with 8R and 8RT Series Tractors.45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm (20 spline), capable of 35-mm (1-3/8-in.), 540-rpm (6-spline)/1000-rpm (21-spline) PTONOTE: Compatible with 8R Wheel Tractors. To field convert to 35-mm (1-3/8-in.), 540/1000-rpm PTO, a kit will be required. 35-mm (1-3/8-in.), 540-rpm PTO portion of this option is not compatible with the Category 4 drawbar.45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm and 1000E economy rpm PTO, in-cab shiftableNOTE: Compatible with 8R Wheel Tractors only. Not compatible with 16-speed PowerShift™ transmission (PST). Includes 45-mm (1-3/4-in.), 1000-rpm (20-spline) shaft. See Parts for additional bolt-on shafts.

    Hydraulic pump options to meet varying flow requirements

    All 8R and 8RT Series Tractors come standard with an 85-cc displacement integrated hydraulic pump. This pump provides 227.1 L/min (60 gpm) of hydraulic flow. A dual-pump option, featuring 85-cc and 35-cc displacement hydraulic pumps, is available for all 8R wheel models. The dual-pump system provides a hydraulic flow of 321 L/min (85 gpm), ideal for running at lower engine speeds. SCV flow (approximate)Engine rpmPump flow (85-cm3 pump) L/min (gpm)High pump flow (85-cm3 pump + 35-cm3 optional pump) L/min (gpm)80086 (23)122 (32)1500162 (43)229 (61)1700184 (49)260 (69)1900206 (54)290 (77)2100227 (60)321 (85) Operating the tractor at reduced engine rpm contributes to a quieter cab, reduced fuel usage, and maintains the vacuum while turning and raising the planter on end rows. At 1500 erpm with a 321 L/min (85 gpm) system there will be an available flow of 229 L/min (61 gpm). This is an improvement over an available 162 L/min (43-gpm) flow when operating with a 227 L/min (60 gpm) system at 1500 erpm. The maximum flow through one selective control valve (SCV) with a standard coupler is 132 L/min (35 gpm). A 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) high-flow coupler allows for a maximum flow rate out of one SCV of 153 L/min (40.5 gpm). The hydraulic system is a closed-center, power-on-demand system using a load-sensing pressure-flow compensated axial piston pump with full-flow charge and flow prioritization for steering and brakes. The pump outlet pressure available on demand can range from 3000 kPa (435 psi) for track models and 4000 kPa (580 psi) for wheel models at low standby to 20,400 kPa (2958 psi) at high standby. Hydraulic pump options:85-cc displacement, 227-L/min (60-gpm) hydraulic pumpNOTE: Standard on all 8R models.85-cc and 35-cc dual pump option, 321-L/min (85-gpm)NOTE: Compatible with 2014 Final Tier 4 (FT4) and newer 8R Wheel Tractors only.

    Lighting packages provide 360 degrees of coverage for maximum productivity

    Premium lightsThe 7R, 8R, and 8RT Series Tractors feature two lighting package options:Standard PremiumThe cab lighting pattern provides 330 degrees of coverage while the hood lighting provides the remaining 30 degrees for completely programmable 360-degree, stadium-style lighting. This ensures there are no dead zones or lighting adjustments needed. The lighting configurations are available to match various applications and ensure maximum around-the-clock productivity.Bulb housings are large, allowing for optimum total lumens and available light. The standard lighting packages use 65-W halogen bulbs, whereas the premium lighting package uses light-emitting diode (LED) lights. In the premium lighting package, these tractors take advantage of the high-performing and efficient LED technology.The low- and high-beam driving/work lights are adjustable. Please refer to the electrical section in the operator’s manual for complete details on adjusting lights.7R/8R/8RT lightingYellow circlesAll lighting packages: 65-W halogen: road low beam Red circlesStandard: 65-W halogenPremium: LED Blue circlesStandard: 65-W halogen; field and road high beamsPremium: LEDOrange circlesStandard: blankPremium: LED  Adjustable high-beam driving light/work lightLicense plate bracket with lightRotary beaconFixed halogen lightAdjustable low- beam driving light/work lightFixed amber lightAdjustable halogen lightAdjustable mid-body halogen lightFixed high-intensity discharge (HID) lightAdjustable HID lightMid-body hazard, turn, and width indicating lightAmber turn and brake lightStandard lightingStandard lighting (8R)Standard lighting (7R)Six front grill-mounted lights:Two 65-W low-beam driving/work lights (mid grill screen)Two 65-W high-beam driving/work lights (top of grill screen, hood mounted)Two front corner-facing halogen work lights (top of grill screen, hood mounted)10 cab roof-mounted lights:Two rear-facing 65-W floodlightsFour side-facing 65-W floodlightsFour corner-facing amber lightsOther lights:Two rear fender-mounted floodlightsTwo rear turn signal and brake/tail lights (fender mounted)Two folding-extremity lightsPlus these lights:Two adjustable front roof 65-W halogen floodlightsTwo front belt-line floodlightsRotary beacon lightSelecting a lighting mode/programmable lightingLighting mode selector Operators can quickly select a lighting mode on the steering console:Lights, off position  Road lightsField lightsThe CommandCenter™ displayThe CommandCenter display allows operators to customize light settings. Operators can select only the lights they need or want for a given application and store these settings. The operator-programmed configurations can then be turned on or off with the push of a button on the CommandARM™ controls.Programmable field lights 1 Programmable field lights 2 Beacon light Emergency flashers NOTE: Road/loader lights are also referred to as high-mounted driving lights for use in front hitch applications that obscure the headlights. See the Attachments section.The battery power saver feature is also standard. When the engine is off and the outside lights have been left on, this feature is designed to avoid battery run down. After the lights have been left on for 30 minutes and the key is in the off position, the lights cycle or blink on and off five times as an alert. The lights continue to illuminate for one more minute and then automatically shut off to protect the battery.Field-installed optionsField-installed options are also available. To find this information, use the Build Your own Configurator application for US/Canada or Build & Price in John Deere Sales Centre for Australia/NZ.Premium lightingEight front grill-mounted lights:Two 65-W low-beam halogen driving/work lights (mid grill screen)Two LED high-beam driving/work lights (top of grill screen, hood mounted)Two front corner-facing LED work lights (top of grill screen, hood mounted)Two front-facing LED working lights (top of grill screen, hood mounted, inner position on the sides)12 cab roof-mounted lights:Four side-facing LED lightsFour corner-facing amber lightsTwo rear-facing LED lightsTwo adjustable front roof LED lights Other lights:Two rear fender-mounted LED lightsTwo rear turn signal and brake lights (fender mounted)Two folding-extremity lightsTwo front belt-line LED floodlightsRotary beacon light The premium lighting package replaces all previous halogen and HID lights with LED lights. The only lights that are not LED are the low-beam driving lights, they remain halogen. This allows each LED light to work at a lower temperature and no one light works harder than any other. The uniformity in LED coverage allows only one type of light output surrounding the tractor. The lighting pattern in the premium package provides industry-leading performance in nighttime visibility. LED bulbs provide maximum brightness and a true color output for excellent field definition that is easy on the operator’s eyes. The LED lights provide 40 percent greater coverage width and 10 percent more light coverage in the rear. LED lighting packages use 45 percent less amps than standard halogen lights and have an increased life expectancy over HID lights which leads to lower costs of ownership over the life of the tractor. NOTE: Lighting packages may vary depending on region.Programmable exit lightingAnother feature is programmable exit lighting. Exit lighting allows the lights outside the cab to stay on for up to 300 seconds.  They can be programmed in increments from 0 to 300 seconds. Refer to the operator’s manual for complete instructions on programming field, driving, and exit lighting.Option codeDescription7201Standard lighting7206Premium lighting

    ActiveSeat™ seat utilizes electrohydraulic technology with air suspension

    ActiveSeat and controlsJohn Deere’s ActiveSeat utilizes electrohydraulic technology in combination with air suspension, providing the operator with enhanced ride quality over standard air-suspension seats. Operator movements are monitored in order to reduce vertical movement. An ActiveSeat suspension can isolate the operator from up to 90 percent of vertical movements typically seen in tractor applications. The system uses a hydraulic cylinder that is connected to a control valve assembly. Electrohydraulic valves located in the control valve assembly automatically react to inputs from two sensors, a position sensor and an accelerometer. Inputs from these two sensors control oil flow from the tractor to the hydraulic cylinder to reduce the vertical movement of the operator.ActiveSeat left armrestThe John Deere ActiveSeat has many of the same features of the ComfortCommand™ seat with the addition of a ride firmness switch. The ride firmness switch is located on the left-hand armrest and replaces the suspension shock-dampening seat attenuation lever on the front right-hand side of the ComfortCommand seat controls.   The ride firmness switch has three positions: plus, minus, and mid position. The three positions provide three different levels of seat performance:The plus position provides the greatest degree of ride firmness. This position allows more of the tractor’s inputs to be felt by the operator (slightly rougher ride).The minus position provides the least degree of ride firmness, allowing minimal tractor inputs to reach the operator, resulting in maximum seat performance.The mid position allows a balance between the plus (+) and minus (-) settings.The ActiveSeat is also available as a heated leather seat for increased comfort and easier cleaning. For tractor applications where operating speed is not limited by the implement, the ActiveSeat can allow for faster field speeds and increased overall comfort and productivity.  NOTE: The John Deere ActiveSeat is not available on track tractors.Option codeDescription2061Premium CommandView III Cab with Active Seat 

    Standard CommandView™ III cab offers unsurpassed amenities

    CommandView III cabThe Standard CommandView III cab offers unsurpassed visibility, operator comfort, control placement, and ride and sound quality.Features:ComfortCommand™ seat with air suspension, lumbar support, swivel, fore-aft and lateral attenuation, backrest angle adjustment, adjustable left-hand armrest, and 40-degree right-hand seat swivelOperator presence system that warns if the operator is out of the seat while operating key functionsFolding instructional seatCommandARM™ console with integrated controls4100 or 4600 Generation 4 CommandCenter™displayBehind-the-seat storageLeft-hand storage compartmentPassive noise reduction systemService ADVISOR™ data portTilt/telescoping steering wheel with position memorySwing-out rear window, opens 30 degreesRight- and left-outside mirrors (manually adjustable mirror head)Monitor mounts on right-hand front post and rear cab postStandard radio package, including AM/FM stereo and weatherband with remote controls, auxiliary input jack, four speakers, and an external antennaLaminated glassAir conditioner and heater with automatic temperature controls (ATC)Two 12-V convenience outlet (cigarette lighter style)One 12-V 3-pin outlet with adapter (provides switched and unswitched power)One International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9-pin connectorPower strip with convenience plug adapterHitch control lever lock and selective control lever lockTwo-speed and intermittent front and rear wiper with washerFront pull-down sunshadeDigital cornerpost display with:Fuel level gauge, including low fuel warningTemperature gaugeDiesel exhaust fluid (DEF) gauge, including low DEF warningEngine rpmTransmission commanded gear or speedVehicle system functions, such as iTEC™ system, that are operatingInside-mounted rearview mirrorBeverage holders sized to accommodate various containersInterior left-hand dome lightComfortCommand seatComfortCommand seatComfortCommand seat improves ride quality and helps to reduce operator fatigueFeatures include:Armrests, lumbar support, and backrest angle are easily adjusted to match operator preference.Shock absorbers dampen the motion effect of the tractor for an improved ride.Seat height adjustments are conveniently located on the left armrest.Fore-aft adjustment is easy to reach located on the left front of the seat.Swivel adjustment, located on the front of the seat, allows the seat to be swiveled 40 degrees to the right or eight degrees to the left of the center position.Operator presence switch warns if the operator is out of the seat while operating key functions.Seat belt retractor.Centered cab seat, providing excellent over-shoulder visibility.Adjustable shock absorber permitting ride adjustment from soft to firm to match the operator’s desired comfort level.Removable cushions for easy cleaning.CommandARMCommandARM controlsJohn Deere 7R and 8R Series Tractors feature the CommandARM with integrated Generation 4 CommandCenter display. The control layout of the CommandARM utilizes a clean and efficient design which groups controls by function and builds upon John Deere’s history of intuitive and ergonomic control placement and operation. The CommandARM’s design allows for a 40 degree right seat swivel and adjustable positioning matching the operator’s preference.Controls located on the CommandARM include:Engine throttleFieldCruise™ systemMinimum engine speed – CommandQuad™ transmission, 16-speed PowerShift™ transmission (PST), e23™ transmissionEco mode – Infinitely Variable Transmission (IVT™)Foot pedal lock (if equipped)Transmission controlHitch/selective control valve (SCV) controlsRotary encoder hitch controlPower take-off (PTO) controlsMechanical front-wheel drive (MFWD) on/automaticDifferential lock on/automaticiTEC sequence switchesAutoTrac™ assisted steering system resume switch (if equipped)Joystick (if equipped)RadioBeacon light on/offHazard lights on/offField lights 1/2Heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) systemTransmission controlsJohn Deere 7R Series Tractors with CommandQuad transmissions feature a left-hand reverser. 8R Series Tractors equipped with 16-speed PST are equipped with right-hand reverser. 7R Series Tractors equipped with e23 PST offer a left- or right-hand reverser. 7R or 8R Series Tractors equipped with AutoPowr™/IVT transmissions are offered with either a left-hand or a right-hand reverser. The transmission control lever is placed on the CommandARM’s left side closest to the operator for convenient setting and adjustment.Left-hand CommandQuad/e23 reverserRight-hand IVT and PST reverserHitch controlsOptional crossgate joystickThrottleThe throttle design incorporates buttons which control FieldCruise speed, foot pedal mode (if equipped), and transmission eco settings.  16-speed PST right-hand reverserHydraulic and hitch controlsHydraulic and hitch controls utilize fingertip paddle pots for raise/lower and extend/retract functions. An optional crossgate joystick replaces fingertip paddle pots for control of SCVs and allows for programmable hydraulic functionality according to operator preference. Rear hitch position can also be controlled with the encoder wheel located on the right side of the CommandARM. The encoder wheel allows for finite positioning of the rear 3-point hitch.Three buttons near the encoder are for hitch set, lock, and return to height. Adjustment knobs for the 3-point hitch are located under the cover for the CommandARM’s storage compartment and allow for adjustment of the rate of drop, hitch height limit, and depth control. Fingertip paddle potsEncoder wheelThrottleFoot throttleTractor function controlsLocated just to the right of the throttle is the Auto-Trac activation button and four sequence controls for iTEC functions. Behind the iTEC sequence controls, there are buttons which control the activation and deactivation of MFWD and differential lock. Differential lock can also be activated by the foot switch on the cab floor. AutoTrac resume and iTEC stripControls for radio, lights, rotary beacon (if equipped), hazard flashers, and HVAC system are located to the center-right on the CommandARM, along with PTO for both front (if equipped) and rear PTO.  Radio, HVAC, hazard flashers, and PTO controlsSeat swivelThe design of the CommandARM allows for up to 40 degrees of right-hand seat swivel. Seat swivelCommandCenterGeneration 4 CommandCenterThe Generation 4 CommandCenters feature fast adjustment of tractor functions and controls and are integrated into the CommandARM to create a seamless control center. The 4100 CommandCenter features a 178-mm  (7-in.) touchscreen display and is standard equipment on 7210R and 7230R models, while the 4600 CommandCenter features a 154-mm (10-in.) touchscreen and is standard equipment on 7250R – 7310R models, as well as all 8R and 8RT models.The following functions can be adjusted using the CommandCenter display:Hydraulic settingsHitch settingsTransmission settingsFieldCruiseiTEC programming functionsRadioLights

    ActiveCommand steering (ACS™) provides a robust and full-encompassing steering system

    ACS overview8R in transportWith ACS, John Deere has designed one of the most robust and full-encompassing steering system in the industry. Whether in the field or on the road, ACS reduces steering effort, which can result in reduced operator fatigue and can improve operator comfort. There are four key features of the ACS system: Dynamic road wheel offset:A gyroscope senses tractor yaw and can automatically make small steering adjustments to provide unprecedented line-holding abilities. Drive down a bumpy road and experience how ACS makes it easier to keep the tractor straight, even over rough terrain.  ACS delivers the ultimate in comfort.ACS works to prevent over-steering when a sudden obstacle causes the operator to make a quick steering reaction. Variable ratio steering:Approximately 3.5 turns lock-to-lock at in-field speeds for quick headland turns.Approximately 5 turns lock-to-lock at transport speeds.Elimination of steering slop and hand wheel drift:Steering wheel drift and slop are eliminated with the ACS electronic control system. Variable effort steering:Steering wheel resistance automatically changes with ground speed to deliver light steering effort at slower speeds for less effort during headland turns, and higher steering wheel torque at transport speeds for better comfort. A fail operational systemThe ACS system is fail operational, which means steering is still functional in the event of any single-point failure. John Deere has gone to great lengths to help ensure the operator has the ability to steer the tractor if something goes wrong in the steering system.   For example, if the primary controller fails, a second controller takes over. If power from the alternator fails, the battery resumes control. If the engine quits running and is unable to supply hydraulic oil to the system, an electric-driven backup pump is used to supply the oil. There is a backup for ACS components.ACS componentsThe ACS system consists of several key components:Gyroscope: this is used to measure the yaw rate (turn rate) of the tractor during transport speeds.Road-wheel angle sensors: these sensors simply measure the steer angle of the tractor.Power supply module: this module distributes the power of the battery and alternator throughout the ACS system.Hand-wheel angle sensors and tactile feedback unit: this includes the steering wheel position sensors and a brake which can increase or decrease resistance dependent on speed. Lighter feedback is desired during normal field use, and slightly heavier feedback is desired during transport and while the tractor is cornering at high speeds.Controllers: two controllers are located in the back of the tractor and are the brains of the system.Control valves: also known as steering valves, control valves are used to steer the tractor.Electric-drive backup pump: this pump supplies oil to the steering system, brakes, and park (for towing) brake if there is no longer a sufficient oil supply to the steering and brakes. Value of ACSImproves line holding when driving at transport speedsFewer turns lock-to-lock: 3.5 turns lock-to-lock in the field for quicker headland turns and 5 turns lock-to-lock at transport speedsEliminates hand wheel backlash and driftReduces steering effort results in reduced operator fatigueSmaller hand-wheel diameter for improved operator comfort and visibilityMaintains operator feel and touch-points of traditional steering column systemFully integrates with AutoTrac™ guidance assisted steering stemsCompatible with suspended and non-suspended front axlesCompatible with wide and narrow section width tires

  • Official Test
    Nebraska Test number
    TBD Nebraska Test
    John Deere
    Engine family
    9.0L: EJDXL09.0301
    Dual turbochargers, variable geometry turbo with fixed geometry turbo in series
    Cylinders/Displacement, cu. in. (L)
    6 cylinders/9.0 L
    549 cu in.
    Cylinder Liners
    Fuel tank capacity, US Gal. (L) (Open; Cab)
    With G47/48 tires: 645 L
    170.4 U.S. gal.
    With G49 tires: 686 L
    181.2 U.S. gal.
    Advertised PTO hp (kW) @ Rated rpm
    At 2100 per SAE: 184 kW
    247 hp
    Advertised Engine hp (kW) @ Rated speed
    At 2100 per 97/68EC PS: 217 kW
    295 hp
    Fuel Use, U.S. gal./hr & hp hr/gal. at:
    Std. Transmission; Forward/Reverse
    16-speed PowerShift; 16/5
    Opt. Transmission; Forward/Reverse
    e23; 23/11 (42 or 50) km/h
    IVT (42 or 50) km/h
    Left-hand or Right-hand (PowerShift RH only)
    On-the-Go Shifting (Yes/No/Partial)
    Clutch; Wet/Dry
    Power Take-Off (PTO)
    45 mm
    1.75 in.
    20 spline, 1000 rpm
    45 mm (1.75 in.), 20 spline, 1000 rpm and 1000E economy rpm, in-cab shiftable
    45 mm (1.75 in.), 20 spline, 1000 rpm, capable of 35 mm (1.375 in.), 6/21 spline, 540/1000 rpm
    PTO Speeds @ Engine rpm
    16-speed PowerShift: 1000 PTO rpm @ 2003 engine rpm, 1000 ECO PTO rpm @ 1596 engine rpm, and 540 PTO rpm @ 1817 engine rpm
    IVT: 1000 PTO rpm @ 2000 engine rpm, 1000 ECO PTO @ 1594 engine rpm, and 540 PTO rpm @ 1814 engine rpm
    e23: 1000 PTO rpm @ 1995 engine rpm, 1000 ECO PTO @ 1590 engine rpm, and 540 PTO rpm @ 1810 engine rpm
    PTO Actuation
    Closed-center, pressure/flow compensated
    Pump Rated Output, GPM (L/min.)
    227.1 L/min
    60 gpmOptional
    321 L/min
    85 gpm
    Rated Flow @ One SCV, GPM (L/min.)
    Rear: 0.5 in.
    SCV: 132 L/min
    35 gpm
    Rear: 0.75 in.
    SCV: 153 L/min
    40.5 gpm
    Front SCV: 96 L/min
    25 gpm
    Maximum Operating Pressure, psi (kPa)
    20,400 (+ or – 300) kPa
    2958 psi
    Hitch Draft Control Load Sense Type
    Remote Control Valves Available
    Standard: four
    Optional: five or six
    2 Front SCV option
    Hitch Category (SAE Designation)
    Standard: Cat 3/3N
    Optional: Cat 4N/3
    Hitch Lift Cap. lb (kg) @24 in. Bhnd Lift Pt.
    Cat 3/3N: 6350 kg
    14,000 lbOptional
    Cat 3/3N: 8391 kg
    18,500 lb
    Cat 4N/3: 9072 kg
    20,000 lb
    Sensing type
    Joystick SCV control
    Electrohydraulic optional
    Final Drive
    Inboard planetary
    Differential controls
    YesFront & Rear
    Engage On-the-Go Rear Differential Lock
    Axle Type
    Bar axle, rack and pinion
    Brakes, Type and Control
    Hydraulic wet disc
    Operator Station
    Rollover Protective Structure, OOS
    Gearshift Location – Console/Floor
    left handPlatform – Flat/Straddle
    FlatSeat Suspension System
    Standard: air
    Optional: active aeat
    Optional: Cab suspension with air seat
    2WD Dimensions
    Approx. Ship Wgt, lb (kg) Open; Cab
    MFWD/PST with 625-kg (1378 lb) inner weights, front weight support, Cat3 hitch with QC, 113.6 L (30 gal.) fuel, 480/80R46 rear duals, 420/90R30 fronts:
    12,680 kg; 27,953 lb
    ILS/IVT with 625-kg (1378-lb) inner weights,front weight support, Cat4 hitch with QC, 113.6 L (30 gal.) fuel, 480/80R50 rear duals, 420/85R34 front duals:
    15,009 kg; 33,091 lb
    MFWD Dimensions
    Wheelbase, in. (mm)
    MFWD: 3080 mm
    121.3 in.
    ILS: 3050 mm
    120.1 in.
    Front Tread Range, in. (mm)
    1300 MFWD: 1524-2235 mm
    60-88 in.
    1500 MFWD/ILS: 1524-3657 mm
    60-144 in.
    Front Axle Clearance, in. (mm)
    MFWD: 686 mm
    27 in.
    ILS: 590 mm
    23.2 in.
    Limited Slip Differential
    Limited slip or hydraulic lock differential available
    Approx. Ship Wgt, lb (kg) Open; Cab
    MFWD/PST with: Inner weights: 625 kg
    1378 lb
    Front weight support/Cat3 hitch with QC/Fuel 113.6 L
    30 gal.
    480/80R46 duals/420/90R30 fronts
    27553 (12498) MFWD/PST/1378 lb inner weights/front weight support/Cat3 hitch with QC/30 gal fuel/480/80R46 duals/420/90R30 fronts
    4WD Dimensions
    Standard Tires
    Country of Manufacture
    Waterloo, IA USA
    Ballasting Restrictions, lb (kg)
    Refer to operator’s manual