The John Deere 950 tractor was built to perform a variety of tasks on the farm, ranch or job site. Whether tilling the land or hauling dirt and fill, this tractor was part of a long line of John Deere machines. Learning about the John Deere 950 tractor specifications may help you to make an informed decision when buying.
The John Deere 950 tractor was built from 1978 to 1989. It was manufactured by Yanmar in Japan and distributed by John Deere. In 1978, the original price of the John Deere 950 was $12,000.
The John Deere 950 features a 3-cylinder diesel engine with a fuel capacity of 8.5 gallons. From 1978 to 1982, the John Deere's hydraulic system holds up to 4.75 gallons. From 1984 to 1989, the machine's hydraulic system was updated to hold 5.25 gallons. Coolant capacity is 6.5 quarts.
The John Deere 950 has a 69-inch wheelbase and a 2,700-pound operating weight. Front tires measure 5.00-15 while rear tires measure 11.2-24. The first number represents the tire widths in inches, while the second number represents the rim diameter in inches.
The John Deere 950 produced 23 draw bar horsepower to deliver to the drive wheels and 27 power take-off (PTO) horsepower, the power the tractor can deliver to the auxiliary piece of equipment.
The John Deere 950 has two chassis options: a 4-by-2 wheel drive and an optional 4-by-4 all-wheel drive. The tractor features manual steering and expanding shoe brakes. The cab is a roll-over protective structure (ROPS) for driver protection.