John Deere 850C LD
532 SAE net horsepower 15.7 L six-cylinder Tier III-certified diesel provides power without compromise in all conditions.
Fast hydraulics, powerful swing torque, and generous drawbar pull boost productivity.
Powerwise™ III management system perfectly balances engine and hydraulic performance. Generous hydraulic flow and best-in-class metering ensure powerful digging force, precise low-effort control, and superb multifunction operation.
Wide expanse of glass, narrow cab posts, and numerous mirrors provide nearly unobstructed all-around visibility.
All controls are within easy reach, and their arrangement makes ergonomic sense. Pilot controls provide smooth, predictable, low-effort control.
Spacious, quiet, well-appointed operator station features a heated air-suspension high-back seat that adjusts independently or together with the control console to accommodate any size operator.
Automatic, high-capacity blend-air bi-level climate control system with optimally positioned louvers helps keep the view clear and the cab comfortable.
Intuitive, multi-language monitor provides a wealth of machine operating info and control. Its LCD screen displays operating, diagnostic, and maintenance data with easy-on-the-eyes clarity.
Durable Tier III-certified diesel starts easily, runs quiet, and is easy on fuel.
Hydraulically driven fan runs only as needed, reducing fuel consumption and minimizing debris flow through the coolers. Wide fin-spacing lets trash easily pass to resist plugging.
Rigid, reinforced D-channel mainframe and three welded bulkhead plates within the boom and arm deliver maximum strength and durability.
Numerous handholds, slip-resistant steps and walkways, and hinged hoods and panels allow convenient daily and periodic service access.
Service intervals are 500 and 4,000 hours for engine and hydraulic oils. So your machine will require fewer breaks for routine maintenance.
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