John Deere 8400 is a massive pulling tractor from JD. It had a production
run of 4 years from 1995 until 1999 when production ceased. After this
it was then superseded by the John Deere 8410. The smaller version of
the JD 8400 is the John Deere 8300. All production of the John Deere 8400
took place in the Waterloo plant which is located in Iowa. As it is a
pulling tractor, it’s equipped with a powerful, 6 cylinder turbocharged
diesel engine designed and built in house by John Deere at the Waterloo
factory. This massive 8.1 liter engine was liquid cooled by a cooling
system that needs 28.4 liters of coolant to fill it completely from empty.
The engine needs 28 liters of oil to lubricate it and keep it operating
at optimum capacity. This engine produces an amazing 252 hp.
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