The John Deere 1250 compact utility tractor is the smallest in a series of machines that also includes the John Deere 1450 and the John Deere 1650 tractors. The JD 1250 tractor is powered by a Yanmar engine. This engine is diesel fueled and liquid cooled using a system that holds up to 7.9 liters of water. The engine fires at a compression ratio of 18 to 1. The engine has a total volume of 2.3 liters. This engine is naturally aspirated and it’s max power output is 44 hp. The lubrication system holds a total of 10.6 liters of oil. The tractor uses a sliding gear transmission system. This gives the tractor a total of 9 speeds traveling forward and 3 for when it’s reversing. This setup gives the tractor a top speed of 24.8 kph (15.4 mph).
The engine also powers the hydraulic system on the John Deere 1250 tractor. This system has a flow rate of 42 liters per minute. This hydraulics system powers the rear hitch (category 1 or 2) on the JD 1250. It’s gives it a max lifting capacity of 1016 kg (2240 lbs). The tractor is available with either a 4×2 2WD or a 4X4 MFWD 4WD chassis. The shipping weight of the machine with a 2WD chassis comes in at 1871 kg (4125 lbs), while the shipping weight of 4WD model is 2211 kg (4875 lbs). The maximum safe ballasted weight of either model is 2349 kg (5180 lbs).
The wheels on the John Deere 1250 compact utility tractor have ag threads. The front wheels each measure 9.5-24 (9.5 inch width, 24 inch rim diameter). The rear wheels each measure 14.9-28 (14.9 inch width, 28 inch rim diameter). The JD 1250 comes with a roll bar (ROPS) as standard and also has the option of a canopy. You may sometimes see this tractor with an ‘unofficial’ cab built on it. You can review this tractor by filling out the form below with your thoughts on it.
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