JOHN DEERE 855 tractors for sale in the United States and the United Kingdom during the 1980s and 1990s were made in Japan by Yanmar. The JOHN DEERE 855 is a 24-hoursepower compact utility tractor built between 1986 and 1998. Operators should buy JOHN DEERE 855 tractors when looking for a reliable and effective compact tractor for agriculture, landscaping, construction and material handling needs.
JOHN DEERE 855 Specs
The JOHN DEERE 855 tractor features a Japanese-made Yanmar 3TN75RJ engine with 24-horsepower. The three-cylinder, 1.0-litre diesel engine is liquid cooled. The JD 855 boasts a fuel capacity of 6.6 gallons or 25 litres. It is designed with Sunstrand Series 17 hydrostatic transmission with infinite two-range forward and reverse gears. The transmission is controlled by two foot pedals. Additional JOHN DEERE 855 specs include cruise control, a Category I three-point hitch with a rear lift of up to 785 pounds or 356 kilograms, differential lock, hydrostatic power steering, a two-post Roll-Gard roll-over protective structure, and differential hydraulic wet disc brakes. A JOHN DEERE 855 for sale from original dealers was available with a range of additional options. A used JOHN DEERE 855 can be found with two- and four-wheel drive versions. Factory installed options include an optional canopy and higher roll-over protective structure with additional headroom. An optional weather enclosure is also found on some models. A number of attachments are also compatible with the 855 JOHN DEERE tractor, including 65- and 72-inche mid-mount JOHN DEERE mower decks with hydraulic lift. The JOHN DEER 855 can also be kitted with the JOHN DEERE 70A loader.
JOHN DEERE 855 Compact Tractor Dimensions
The two-wheel drive version of the JOHN DEERE 855 compact tractor weighs 1,790 pounds or 811 kilograms. The four-wheel drive model is heavier at 1,870 pounds or 848 kilograms. The tractor has a wheelbase of 64 inches. Its width ranges from 42.6 to 51.3 inches or 108 to 130 centimetres. The JD 855â€™s length is 110.3 inches or 280 centimetres. The two-wheel drive version has a turn radius of 8.5 feet or 2.6 metres (7.4 feet or 2.3 metres with brakes), while the four-wheel drive 855â€™s turn radius is 8.8 feet or 2.7 metres (8 feet or 2.4 metres with brakes).