John Deere 8100 tractor is a very large machine. It’s part of the
same series as the John Deere 8400 tractor. The JD 8100 was produced during
the mid-to-late nineties. The tractor comes in 2 different flavors; with
either a 4X4 MFWD 4WD chassis or a 4X2 2WD chassis. There is a choice
of engines powering the tractor. Both share many of the same characteristics.
They both are turbocharged and are obviously both diesel fueled. Each
engine has 6 cylinders and are liquid cooled. The air filtration system
on these engines consists of a dual element paper filter combined with
an aspirator to make sure that no dust or other particulate matter gets
into the engine. The main difference among both engines is that one has
a displacement of 8.1 liters while the other has a displacement of 7.6
liters. Both engines are started with dual 12 volt batteries that produce
1850 cold cranking amps. The engine has a 140 amp alternator attached
to recharge these batteries when the engine is running. The maximum power
output from the engines has been tested at 182 hp.
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