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John Deere Tractor Model 8850

The model 8850 was the largest of the four-wheel drive tractors that John Deere unveiled in 1982. Its big V-8 was a departure from John Deere's usual engine design. The 8850 had an available full-power PTO and Load-and-Depth control three-point hitch. The John Deere 8850 articulated tractor is the largest in the series that includes two other machines, the John Deere 8450 and the John Deere 8650 tractors. Some of the specs for this tractor are truly astonishing. It’s shipping weight comes to 17,000 kg (37,480 lbs) while it’s weight when fully operational is 17,100 kg (37,700 lbs). The total length of the JD 8850 is 6.54 m (257.8 inches). Even though the tractor is incredibly big, with a wheelbase of 3.37 m (133 inches), it still has a fairly decent minimum turning radius of 5.8 m. The largest wheels that are compatible with the tractor measure 30.5-32 (30.5 inch width, 32 inch rim diameter), while the smallest wheels compatible with the tractor measure 20.8-38 (20.8 inch width, 38 inch rim diameter). This tractor is routinely used with dual wheels attached.

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