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David Brown 880 Implematic

David Brown 880 Implematic tractor photo
1961 - 1971
Model years
Next model:David Brown 880 Selectamatic

The David Brown 880 had three major versions during its 10-year production run. The first tractors were the 880 Implematic, also called the 880C/D. In 1964, the 3-cylinder engine replaced the 4-cylinder. These tractors were the 880E/F models. The paint scheme and hydraulic system were changed in 1965, with the 880 Selectamatic, also called the 880A/B.


Manufacturer:David Brown
Factory:Meltham Mills, Huddersfield, England
Original price (USD):$4,600 (1965)

David Brown 880 Implematic Engines:

   David Brown 2.7L 4-cyl diesel
   David Brown 2.5L 3-cyl diesel
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Fuel:8.75 gal [33.1 L]

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:I/II
Rear lift:2,646 lbs [1200 kg]

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:live (2-stage clutch)
Rear RPM:540/1000

Dimensions & Tires:

Weight:4315 to 6645 pounds
Front tire:6.00-16
Rear tire:13.6-28
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880 Implematic Serial Numbers:

Location:On frame, right side, ahead of engine and behind radiator
1961: 351001 (4-cyl)
1962: 351038 (4-cyl)
1963: 354478 (4-cyl)
1964: 358954 (4-cyl)
Final: 362382 (4-cyl)
1964: 521001 (3-cyl)
1965: 522384 (3-cyl)
Final: 527521 (3-cyl)

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DB 880: Restoration information and specifications on the 880C Implematic

David Brown 880 Implematic Power:

Drawbar (claimed):35 hp [26.1 kW]
PTO (claimed):40 hp [29.8 kW]
Drawbar (tested):34.55 hp [25.8 kW]
PTO (tested):40.42 hp [30.1 kW]
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Chassis:4x2 2WD
Cab:Open operator station.





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