used john deere tractors

1979 International 1086 2WD Tractor W/ Loader, 3,125 Hrs Showing, IH 415CI/6.8L Turbo Diesel, 8-Speed Transmission, Factory No TA, 540/1000 PTO, CAT III 3-Point Hitch, 3 Remotes, IH 2350 Loader With 7' Grapple Bucket, Wiring Harness Installed (Unknown Implement), AM/FM Cassette Stereo, NOTE: Some Grapple Forks Bent (See Pictures), SN: 2610181U39124 ...more
New Holland TD95D MFWD Tractor, 1647 Hrs Showing, 80 PTO Hp, 3.9L 4-Cyl Turbo-Diesel Engine, 12-Speed Shuttle Shift Transmission, CAT II 3-Pt Hitch, 540/1000 RPM PTO, (3) Remotes, AM/FM Radio, Cab W/Heat & A-C, Foot Throttle, KMW Quick-Attach Loader W/85" Bucket & Grapple, 2-Prong Bale Spear, Joystick Control, 18.4R34 Rear Tires, 13.6R24 Front Tires, NOTE: Grapple Would Not Operate On Listing Day, SN: 24015477 ...more
A zero-turn lawn mower is a riding mower that has a zero-turn radius--meaning it spins as opposed to turning like a standard vehicle with front-wheel turning. Basically, these things can turn on a dime. Instead of a steering wheel, most models have levers to control speed to each drive wheel, using a hydraulic-based system. They are considered faster and more efficient than standard riding lawn mowers. Because of this unique feature, they can be more expensive.
8370R ILS IVT Dlx Cab Active Seat Prem Lights Prem Rad 5 SCV Large Hyd Pump 480R50 Tires and Duals 420R34 Frt Tires and Duals 16 Frt Wts. 1 Pr 1400 Rear Wts 1 Pr 450 Wts Back up alarm Leater Seat Aux. Hyd Power Mirrors Power Guard EPT until 2000 Hrs or 7-10-19.|GOLD KEY EXPERIENCE|3743 kg (8252 lb) Ballast Package with Rear Duals|Back Up Alarm|Auxiliary Hydraulic Connections - 1/2 in.|Cold Weather Start Kit|Foot Operated Speed Control|Ethernet Switch|Leather Comfort Package|Outside Mirrors - Power Telescoping, Heated, Electrically Adjustable Right-hand and Left-hand|Antenna Mount and Wiring for Business Band (2-Way) Radio|Radar, Dual Beam Sensor|420/85R34 147A8 R1W Radial in Dual Wheel Configuration - Eight Position|Premium Lighting|Fenders, Pivoting Front - 480 mm (18.9 in.) Wide|Fenders, Rear Extensions 2.55 m (100 in.) Width|480/80R50 159A8 R1W Radial in Dual Wheel Configuration|Firestone Brand Only|ILS with hydraulic differential lock, fully-enclosed driveline and Group 48 Rear Tires|120 mm (4.72 in.) diameter by 3010 mm (118.5 in.) length with Double Taper Wheel Hubs|9,072 kg (20,000 lb) capactiy 3-Point Hitch (Cat 4N/3) Hitch with Sway Blocks and Quik-Coupler|Category 4 adjustable Swinging Drawbar with 50 mm (2 in.) Pin with heavy duty support|Five Premium Rear Remote SCVs with Electrohydraulic (EH) Controls, Premium Couplers, and High Pressure Relief Levers|45 mm (1-3/4 in.) 1,000 rpm (20-spline) PTO|Performance Package|AutoPowr Infinitely Variable Transmission (IVT) 42 km/h (26 mph)|4600 CommandCenter|4600 Processor|Premium CommandView III Cab with ActiveSeat|Premium Radio Package with XM Radio|Right-hand Reverser Linear-Type Transmission Controls|John Deere PowerTech 9.0 L (549 cu. in.) 6 Cylinder Tier 4/Stage V Compliant Diesel Engine|321 L/min (85 gpm) Dual Hydraulic Pump ...more
Hydraulic excavators usually couple engine power to (commonly) three hydraulic pumps rather than to mechanical drivetrains. The two main pumps supply oil at high pressure (up to 5000 psi) for the arms, swing motor, track motors and accessories while the third is a lower pressure (~700 psi) pump for pilot control of the spool valves; this third circuit allows for reduced physical effort when operating the controls. Generally, the 3 pumps used in excavators consist of 2 variable displacement piston pumps and a gear pump. The arrangement of the pumps in the excavator unit changes with different manufacturers using different formats.
Hydraulic excavator capabilities have expanded far beyond excavation tasks with buckets. With the advent of hydraulic-powered attachments such as a breaker, a grapple or an auger, the excavator is frequently used in many applications other than excavation. Many excavators feature a quick coupler for simplified attachment mounting, increasing the machine's utilization on the jobsite. Excavators are usually employed together with loaders and bulldozers. Most wheeled, compact and some medium-sized (11 to 18-tonne) excavators have a backfill (or dozer) blade. This is a horizontal bulldozer-like blade attached to the undercarriage and is used for levelling and pushing removed material back into a hole.
Knowing the tractor you want, and the market for it is a start, but it can all go out the window after a little hands-on time with the actual machine. It may have lived a hard life, and be worth half as much, or it may be a barn queen in mint condition and justifiably cost a pile more. For the rookie tractor buyer or the mechanically disinclined, this is where knowledgeable friends come into play.
1978 International 1586 2WD Tractor, 6,417 Hrs Showing, IH 436CI/7.1L 6-Cylinder Turbo Diesel, 6-Speed Transmission W/2-Speed TA, Planetary Final Drive, 540/1000 PTO, CAT III 3-Point Hitch, 3 Remotes, 12 Suitcase Weights On Front, 2 Sets Rear Axle Weights, 20.8R38 Rear Dual Tires, Hydraulic Seat, AM/FM 8-Track Stereo, NOTE: Key Broken Off In Ignition, Only One Battery Installed (See Pictures), SN: 2650151U15794 ...more
Hydraulic excavator capabilities have expanded far beyond excavation tasks with buckets. With the advent of hydraulic-powered attachments such as a breaker, a grapple or an auger, the excavator is frequently used in many applications other than excavation. Many excavators feature a quick coupler for simplified attachment mounting, increasing the machine's utilization on the jobsite. Excavators are usually employed together with loaders and bulldozers. Most wheeled, compact and some medium-sized (11 to 18-tonne) excavators have a backfill (or dozer) blade. This is a horizontal bulldozer-like blade attached to the undercarriage and is used for levelling and pushing removed material back into a hole.
Agriculture Attachments Brush Cutter Buckets Crusher Buckets Earth Drills Forestry Cutting Head Forks Grabs and Grapples Hydraulic Breakers Lifting Equipment Machine Mounted Compactor Machine Mounted Rollers Multiprocessors Patch Planers Quickhitch Rakes Ripper Tooth Rock Saw Rock Wheels Shovels Snow Attachments Snow Blade Stump Grinder Sweeper Collectors Tillers Tree Spade Trencher
Knowing how much tractor you need is a separate problem all together. The answer depends on the work you intend to do. What implements will it pull? Is the main job brush hogging an established pasture or finish-cutting a lawn? Do you need tires that won’t trash the yard or more aggressive treads and 4-wheel drive so it won’t get bogged down in the woods? I was after a 30-to 50-horse machine with 4-wheel drive, and a frontend loader. Because much of my land is forest that I’m clearing for food plots and pasture, I wanted something heavy enough to take a beating and pull an 8-foot tiller or brush hog.
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