CaseIH 9260


CaseIH 9260 tractor photo
1990 - 1995
9200 Series
Four-wheel Drive (4WD) tractor
4894
Series:92409260
Production
Manufacturer:CaseIH
Type:Four-wheel Drive (4WD) tractor
Factory:Fargo, North Dakota, USA
Original price:$127,000 (1995)
The 9260 and 9240 were the last of the rigid-frame 4WD with four-wheel steering, in the style of the large J.I. Case "crab steer" tractors.
Variants
9260:four-wheel steer
9250:articulated
CaseIH 9260 Power
Engine:300 hp
223.7 kW
PTO (claimed):265 hp
197.6 kW
CaseIH 9260 Engine
Cummins 10.0L 6-cyl diesel
Engine details ...
Mechanical
Chassis:4x4 4WD
Steering:four-wheel hydrostatic power
Cab:Cab standard with air-conditioning. Optional deluxe cab adds side and rear windowwipers plus internal storage compartments.
Transmission:12-speed full power shift
Transmission details ...
Photos
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Capacity
Fuel:200 gal
757.0 L
Hydraulic system:18 gal
68.1 L
Hydraulics
Type:closed center load sensing pressure compensating
Capacity:18 gal
68.1 L
Pressure:2500 psi
172.4 bar
Valves:4
Total flow:27 gpm
102.2 lpm
Tractor hitch
Optional Rear Type:III
Control:optional
Rear lift:12,750 lbs
5783 kg
Power Take-off (PTO)
Optional Rear PTO:independent
Rear RPM:1000
Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase:124 inches
314 cm
Weight:22,000 lbs
9979 kg
Front tire:20.8-38
Rear tire:20.8-38
Full dimensions and tires ...
9260 Serial Numbers
Location:Under the left-side steps on front fender
1990:JCB0004600
1991:JCB0026501
1992:JCB0028400
1993:JCB0030500
1994:JEE0031773
1995:JEE0032808

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Electrical
Ground:negative
Battery volts:12
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