John Deere 8760


The John Deere 8760 tractor is the mid-size of the JD 8060 series of articulated tow tractors. Its little brother is the John Deere 8560 tractor, while the John Deere 8960 is its bigger and more powerful brother. The JD 8760 tractor is much larger than a normal utility tractor. This tractor is specifically designed for large farmers. The tractor’s wheelbase is 3. 4 m (134 inches), while its weight is also quite staggering: 14, 558 kg (32, 095 lbs). The wheels that support this weight (without allowing the tractor to sink!) are really big. All wheels (front and rear) are the same size. Each measures 20. 8-38 (20. 8-inches wide, 38-inches rim diameter). Most of the time you will see farmers using dual wheels on the JD 8760.

The John Deere 8760 articulated tractor has a category 3 rear hitch. This hitch has a lift capacity of 6, 323 kg (13, 940 lbs) which is powered by its large diesel engine. The engine is turbocharged and has a total displacement of 10. 1 liters. The engine is a liquid-cooled 6-cylinder model and has a total power of 300 hp. It provides the hydraulic system with a total flow of 126 liters per minute. The engine drives the wheels by transmitting power from the engine to the wheels through the same selection of gearboxes as on the John Deere 8960 and John Deere 8560 tractors.

The first gearbox is the JD ‘Power Shift’ which provides the tractor with 12 forward and 3 reverse gears, while the other option is a JD PowrSync transmission which provides the driver with twice as many gears, 24 forward and 6 reverse. behind. The John Deere 8760 entered production in 1989 and ran for a total of 5 years until it was replaced by the John Deere 8770 tractor in 1993.

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