John Deere 8360RT


The Tractor John Deere 8360RT is the largest in the 8RT series of JD caterpillars. The other 2 8RT series models are the John Deere 8310RT and John Deere 8335RT tractors. You will probably notice that JD 8360RT is very similar to the John Deere 8360R because both have the same engine and transmission. The engine that drives the 8360RT is a Powertech PSX model that produces 360 hp. This double turbocharger engine and liquid cooling transfers the power of the engine to the wheels passing it through a John Deere Autopowr infinitely variable transmission. This transmission makes the tractor an automatic with infinite speeds. It provides the tractor for a maximum speed of 41. 8 km/h.

The John Deere 8360RT comes standard with 2 5-inch caps, but optionally you can also use trays of 16, 18, 24 and 30 inches. These caterpillars have advantages and disadvantages over normal tires. The caterpillars have better flotation in wet and wetlands, which is good. They also allow the tractor to make radio zero turns. However, making closed turns can be problematic if TDF or 3-point hitch is used. The caterpillars are also wearing faster than the tires when driving on hard surfaces.

The total weight of the John Deere 8360RT is very high, since it weighs 15, 948 kg (35, 160 lbs), which makes it one of the heaviest tractors that JD currently produces, although this weight will increase substantially when it is weighed. The rear hitch has a maximum safe lifting capacity of 8, 754 kg (19, 300 lbs). The wheelbase of JD 8360RT is 2. 52 m (99 inches). If you have or have operated one of these caterpillars in the past, do not hesitate to leave a review of it below, making sure to mention all the things you liked or did not like it.

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