See John Deere’s 9RX Four-Track Tractor

  • John Deere 9RX

    At long last, the John Deere four-track tractor is here! The 9RX was
    unveiled for the first time at a media event in Waterloo, Iowa. Click
    through the slideshow to see photos of the new tractor. To read the full
    article on the 9RX, click here.

  • Undercarriage system

    Undercarriage system
    The 9RX builds off the proven 9RT undercarriage, using the same sealed cartridge mid-roller design. The 9RX undercarriage uses a large diameter 39.5-inch drive sprocket, optimally placed idlers and mid-rollers, and a field-tested track tensioning and alignment system. As a bonus, the lubed-for-life mid-rollers do not require oil changes.

  • Parallel Plane Four-bar Linkage Suspension

    Parallel Plane Four-bar Linkage Suspension
    The John Deere 9RX uses a cab suspension system that features a Parallel Plane Four Bar Linkage to control cab movement and isolate the cab from impacts and vibration. The cab has almost 4 inches of vertical travel and about 2 inches of travel from left to right.

  • Camoplast Duradrive tracks

    Camoplast Duradrive tracks
    The Camoplast Duradrive 3500 and 6500 tracks are the glue sticking the 9RX power down to the ground. These are the positive drive versions of the Duradrive 4500 and 6500 series tracks used on the friction drive undercarriage of the 9RT series. Positive drive tracks use drive lugs that mesh with the drive sprocket to effectively transfer power through the tracks in high horsepower, high torque applications.

  • Up to 620 hp.

    Up to 620 hp.
    The 9RX series will be available in four models from 470 to 620 hp. The 9470RX and 9520RX will be powered by John Deere Power Tech PSS 13.5-liter engines while the 9570RX and 9620RX will get their power from Cummins QSX15 engines.

  • Comfort + technology

    Comfort + technology
    With the 9RX series, you will enjoy all of the features and benefits found on the 9R and 9RT series. This includes John Deere’s CommandView III cab, Generation 4 Command Center, integrated Farm Sight technologies, the e18 Transmission with Efficiency Manager, and optional Active Command Steering.

  • Ready for work

    Ready for work
    The 9RX is optimally balanced from the factory, and does not require additional ballast to achieve maximum levels of traction. A high-flow hydraulics option provides 115 gallons of flow and up to 8 rear SCV’s for implements with high hydraulic demands.

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