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John Deere

The 950J crawler dozer has a new 10.5-liter, inline six-cylinder engine with 247 horsepower and 6 percent more torque than its predecessor, which gives it 28 percent more drawbar pull.

June 01, 2006

John Deere 950J crawler dozer The 950J crawler dozer has a new 10.5-liter, inline six-cylinder engine with 247 horsepower and 6 percent more torque than its predecessor, which gives it 28 percent more drawbar pull. The hydrostatic drive train is controlled by a single joystick, and provides infinite speed control up to 6.8 mph. Operating weight was boosted to nearly 4,000 pounds. Cab has improved comfort including a 15-degree angled seat and standard leg cushions.

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