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    John Deere 8770

    John Deere 8770 tractor photo
    1993 - 1996   8070 Series
    Four-wheel Drive (4WD) tractor
    Previous model:John Deere 8760
    Larger:John Deere 8870
    Smaller:John Deere 8570



    Manufacturer:John Deere
    Factory:Waterloo, Iowa, USA
    Original price (USD):$114,945

    John Deere 8770 Engine:

       John Deere 10.1L 6-cyl diesel
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    Fuel:220 gal [832.7 L]
    Hydraulic system:38 gal [143.8 L]

    3-Point Hitch:

    Rear Type:3 (optional)
    Control:draft sensing
    Rear lift:14,980 lbs [6794 kg]

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:independent (optional)
    Clutch:hydraulic wet disc
    Rear RPM:1000 (1.75)

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:134 inches [340 cm]
    Weight:31438 to 32960 pounds
    Front tire:24.5R-32
    Rear tire:24.5R-32
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    8770 Serial Numbers:

    Location:Left side of tractor hinge.
    photo of 8770 serial number

    1993: 1001
    1994: 1771
    1995: 2795
    1996: 4001

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    John Deere 8770 Power:

    Engine (gross):300 hp [223.7 kW]
    PTO (claimed):256 hp [190.9 kW]
    Drawbar (tested):242.52 hp [180.8 kW]
    PTO (tested):259.31 hp [193.4 kW]
    power test details ...


    Chassis:4x4 articulated 4WD
    Final drives:inboard planetary
    Steering:hydrostatic power
    Brakes:hydraulic wet discs
    Cab:Sound-Gard cab standard.


    Type:closed center pressure compensated
    Capacity:38 gal [143.8 L]
    Pressure:2530 psi [174.4 bar]
    Rear valves:3 to 5
    Pump flow:44.8 gpm [169.6 lpm]
    SCV flow:33.3 gpm [126.0 lpm]




    Cold-cranking amps:925

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