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John Deere 3050

John Deere 3050 tractor photo
1986 - 1993   3050 Series
Utility tractor
Series next:John Deere 3350




 

Production:

Manufacturer:John Deere
Factory:Mannheim, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Germany
 

John Deere 3050 Engine:

   John Deere 5.9L 6-cyl diesel
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Capacity:

Fuel:32 gal [121.1 L]
 45.7 gal [173.0 L] *With optional 52L tank.
Hydraulic system:12.94 gal [49.0 L] (2WD)
 13.74 gal [52.0 L] (4WD)
 

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:II/IIIN
Control:position and draft control
2WD Rear lift (at ends):8988 lbs [4076 kg]
4WD Rear lift (at ends):10800 lbs [4898 kg]
Front Hitch:II
Front lift:3594 lbs [1630 kg]
 

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:independent
Clutch:hydraulic wet disc
Rear RPM:540/1000
Engine RPM:540@2070
1000@2172
Front PTO:independent
Clutch:hydraulic wet disc
Front RPM:1000
Engine RPM:1000@2172
 

Dimensions & Tires:

2WD Wheelbase:100.4 inches [255 cm]
4WD Wheelbase:101.8 inches [258 cm]
Weight:9149 to 10714 pounds
Front tire:11.00x16
Rear tire:18.4x38
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3050 Serial Numbers:


- Serial numbers unknown -
 
 

John Deere 3050 Power:

Engine:90.7 hp [67.6 kW]
PTO (claimed):84.3 hp [62.9 kW]
 

Mechanical:

Chassis:4x2 2WD
 4x4 MFWD 4WD
Final drives:planetary
Differential lock:mechanical rear
Steering:power
Brakes:hydraulic wet disc
Cab:SG2 Cab standard with optional air-conditioning.
 

Hydraulics:

Type:closed-center constant pressure
Capacity:12.94 gal [49.0 L] (2WD)
 13.74 gal [52.0 L] (4WD)
Pressure:2698 psi [186.0 bar]
Total flow:11.62 gpm [44.0 lpm]
 

Electrical:

Ground:negative
Charging amps:55
 

Battery:

Number:2
Volts:12
Amp-hours:88
 

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