9420RX

4-Track, Narrow Tractor

  • New Narrow Track design
  • John Deere PowerTech 13.5L Engine
  • e18 PowerShift Transmission
  • CommandView III cab

Features

PowerTech™ PSS cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR)

PowerTech PSS 9.0L enginePowerTech PSS 9.0L engine

The John Deere exhaust filter is integrated into the engine design and electronics to provide a seamless operator experience. The engine control unit (ECU) and exhaust temperature management (ETM) system work together to continuously regenerate the exhaust filter using a natural cleaning process sometimes referred to as passive regeneration. If natural filter cleaning cannot be achieved based on temperature, load, and speed, then particulate matter (PM) must be removed using an automatic cleaning process sometimes referred to as active regeneration. In most cases, filter cleaning does not impact machine operation or require operator involvement. Higher pressures created by our Final Tier 4 (FT4)/Stage IV high-pressure fuel system extend intervals between automatic cleanings.

How EGR works

EGR reduces the high temperatures where nitrogen oxide (NOx) compounds are formed in the engine cylinders by replacing excess oxygen with a prescribed amount of cooled exhaust gas.

Exhaust gases contain more carbon dioxide than oxygen. The EGR valve, in conjunction with the venturi and ECU, allows a controlled amount of exhaust gas to enter the intake manifold to mix with the incoming fresh air. Replacing excess oxygen with cooled exhaust gas leads to lower combustion temperatures, creating less NOx. In addition, EGR allows for advanced timing, leading to optimal performance of the engine, maximizing fuel economy.

The following diagrams illustrate how air flows through the engine.

For added performance and efficiency, the engine passes the exhaust gases through an EGR cooler before it enters the engine.

Flow of exhaust during engine operation

Exhaust airflow enters into the EGR cooler from the exhaust manifold near the turbocharger.

Based on engine load, air temperatures, and rpm, the ECU opens or closes the EGR valve, allowing a measured percentage of exhaust gas to enter the intake manifold.

The gases mix with the rest of the incoming air from the turbocharger and aftercooler before entering the cylinders.

The following diagrams illustrate how air flows through the engine (PSS).

For added performance and efficiency, the engine passes the exhaust gases through an EGR cooler before it enters the engine.

PSS EGRPSS EGR

PSS 9.0L and 13.5L FT4 technology

PowerTech PSS Final Tier 4 technologyPowerTech PSS Final Tier 4 technology
PowerTech PSS 9.0L enginePowerTech PSS 9.0L engine

The John Deere exhaust filter is integrated into the engine design and electronics to provide a seamless operator experience. The engine control unit (ECU) and exhaust temperature management (ETM) system work together to continuously regenerate the exhaust filter using a natural cleaning process sometimes referred to as passive regeneration. If natural filter cleaning cannot be achieved based on temperature, load, and speed, then particulate matter (PM) must be removed using an automatic cleaning process sometimes referred to as active regeneration. In most cases, filter cleaning does not impact machine operation or require operator involvement. Higher pressures created by our Final Tier 4 (FT4)/Stage IV high-pressure fuel system extend intervals between automatic cleanings.

How EGR works

EGR reduces the high temperatures where nitrogen oxide (NOx) compounds are formed in the engine cylinders by replacing excess oxygen with a prescribed amount of cooled exhaust gas.

Exhaust gases contain more carbon dioxide than oxygen. The EGR valve, in conjunction with the venturi and ECU, allows a controlled amount of exhaust gas to enter the intake manifold to mix with the incoming fresh air. Replacing excess oxygen with cooled exhaust gas leads to lower combustion temperatures, creating less NOx. In addition, EGR allows for advanced timing, leading to optimal performance of the engine, maximizing fuel economy.

The following diagrams illustrate how air flows through the engine.

For added performance and efficiency, the engine passes the exhaust gases through an EGR cooler before it enters the engine.

Flow of exhaust during engine operation

Exhaust airflow enters into the EGR cooler from the exhaust manifold near the turbocharger.

Based on engine load, air temperatures, and rpm, the ECU opens or closes the EGR valve, allowing a measured percentage of exhaust gas to enter the intake manifold.

The gases mix with the rest of the incoming air from the turbocharger and aftercooler before entering the cylinders.

The following diagrams illustrate how air flows through the engine (PSS).

For added performance and efficiency, the engine passes the exhaust gases through an EGR cooler before it enters the engine.

PSS EGRPSS EGR

PSS 9.0L and 13.5L FT4 technology

PowerTech PSS Final Tier 4 technologyPowerTech PSS Final Tier 4 technology

Standard CommandView™ III cab offers unsurpassed amenities

CommandView III cabCommandView III cab

The standard CommandView III cab offers unsurpassed visibility, operator comfort, control placement, and ride and sound quality.

Features:

  • ComfortCommand™ seat with air suspension, lumbar support, swivel, fore-aft and lateral attenuation, backrest angle adjustment, adjustable left-hand armrest, and 40-degree right-hand seat swivel
  • Operator presence system that warns if the operator is out of the seat while operating key functions
  • Folding instructional seat
  • CommandARM™ with integrated controls
  • 4100 or 4600 Generation 4 CommandCenter™
  • Behind-the-seat storage
  • Left-hand storage compartment
  • Passive noise reduction system
  • Service ADVISOR™ data port
  • Tilt/telescoping steering wheel with position memory
  • Swing-out rear window, opens 30 degrees
  • Right- and left-outside mirrors (manually adjustable mirror head)
  • Monitor mounts on right-hand front post and rear cab post
  • Standard radio package, including AM/FM stereo and weatherband with remote controls, auxiliary input jack, four speakers, and an external antenna
  • Laminated glass
  • Air conditioner and heater with automatic temperature controls (ATC)
  • Three 12-V convenience outlet (cigarette lighter style)
  • Two 12-V 3-pin outlet with adapter (provides switched and unswitched power)
  • One International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9-pin connector
  • Power strip with convenience plug adapter
  • Hitch control lever lock and selective control lever lock
  • Two-speed and intermittent front and rear wiper with washer
  • Front pull-down sunshade
  • Digital cornerpost display with:
    • Fuel level gauge, including low fuel warning
    • Temperature gauge
    • Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) gauge, including low DEF warning
    • Engine rpm
    • Transmission commanded gear or speed
    • Vehicle system functions, such as iTEC™, that are operating
  • Inside-mounted rearview mirror
  • Beverage holders sized to accommodate various containers
  • Interior lighting, including left-hand dome light, right-hand adjustable map light, and right-hand courtesy light
ComfortCommand seat
ComfortCommand seatComfortCommand seat

ComfortCommand seat improves ride quality and helps to reduce operator fatigue

Features include:

  • Armrests, lumbar support, and backrest angle are easily adjusted to match operator preference.
  • Shock absorbers dampen the motion effect of the tractor for an improved ride.
  • Seat height adjustments are conveniently located on the left armrest.
  • Fore-aft adjustment is easy to reach located on the left front of the seat.
  • Swivel adjustment, located on the front of the seat, allows the seat to be swiveled40 degrees to the right oreight degrees to the left of the center position.
  • Operator presence switch warns if the operator is out of the seat while operating key functions.
  • Seat belt retractor.
  • Centered cab seat, providing excellent over-shoulder visibility.
  • Adjustable shock absorber permitting ride adjustment from soft to firm to match the operator's desired comfort level.
  • Removable cushions for easy cleaning.
CommandARM
CommandARM controlsCommandARM controls

John Deere 9 Series Tractors feature the CommandARM with integrated Generation 4 CommandCenter display. The control layout of the CommandARM utilizes a clean and efficient design which groups controls by function and builds upon John Deere’s history of intuitive and ergonomic control placement and operation. The CommandARM’s design allows for a 40 degree right seat swivel and adjustable positioning matching the operator’s preference.

Controls located on the CommandARM include:

  • Engine throttle
  • Transmission control for e18™ speed PowerShift transmission (PST)
  • Eco mode for e18 speed PowerShift transmission (PST)
  • FieldCruise™
  • Selective control valve (SCV) controls
  • AutoLoad™controls (if equipped)
  • Differential lock on/off and automatic
  • iTEC™ sequence switches
  • AutoTrac™-assisted steering system resume switch (if equipped)
  • Radio
  • Beacon light on/off
  • Hazard lights on/off
  • Field lights 1/2
  • Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning (HVAC) system
Hydraulic controls

Hydraulic controls utilize fingertip paddle pods for raise/lower and extend/retract functions.

Fingertip paddle potsFingertip paddle pots

Throttle

The throttle design incorporates buttons which control FieldCruise speed, and transmission eco settings.

ThrottleThrottle

Tractor function controls

Located just to the right of the throttle is the AutoTrac activation button and four sequence controls for iTEC functions. Behind the iTEC sequence controls there are buttons which control the activation and deactivation of differential lock. Differential lock can also be activated by the foot switch on the cab floor.

AutoTrac resume and iTEC stripAutoTrac resume and iTEC strip

Controls for radio, lights, rotary beacon (if equipped), hazard flashers, and HVAC system are located to the center-right on the CommandARM, along with power take-off (PTO) for rear PTO.

Radio, HVAC, hazard flashers, and PTO controlsRadio, HVAC, hazard flashers, and PTO controls

Seat swivel

The design of the CommandARM allows for up to 40 degrees of right-hand seat swivel.

Seat swivelSeat swivel
CommandCenter
Generation 4 CommandCenterGeneration 4 CommandCenter

The Generation 4 CommandCenters feature fast adjustment of tractor functions and controls and are integrated into the CommandARM to create a seamless control center.

The following functions can be adjusted and accessedusing the CommandCenter display:

  • Hydraulic settings
  • Hitch settings
  • Transmission settings
  • FieldCruise
  • iTEC programming functions
  • Radio
  • Lights
  • Add all functionality – diagnostics, display settings, etc.

The Generation 4 CommandCenters have the capability of Remote Display Access (RDA). RDA allows improved communication between an offsite farm manager or dealer and the equipment operator. The user can view exactly what the operator sees on the GS3 2630 Display and Generation 4 CommandCenter from almost any Internet-connected device. RDA is available on the 4600 and 4100 CommandCenter RDA allows for an increase in productivity with quicker problem resolution. By using RDA, the cost of operation will decrease due to reduced labor and travel costs, and maximum efficiency will increase profit.

CommandView III cabCommandView III cab

The standard CommandView III cab offers unsurpassed visibility, operator comfort, control placement, and ride and sound quality.

Features:

  • ComfortCommand™ seat with air suspension, lumbar support, swivel, fore-aft and lateral attenuation, backrest angle adjustment, adjustable left-hand armrest, and 40-degree right-hand seat swivel
  • Operator presence system that warns if the operator is out of the seat while operating key functions
  • Folding instructional seat
  • CommandARM™ with integrated controls
  • 4100 or 4600 Generation 4 CommandCenter™
  • Behind-the-seat storage
  • Left-hand storage compartment
  • Passive noise reduction system
  • Service ADVISOR™ data port
  • Tilt/telescoping steering wheel with position memory
  • Swing-out rear window, opens 30 degrees
  • Right- and left-outside mirrors (manually adjustable mirror head)
  • Monitor mounts on right-hand front post and rear cab post
  • Standard radio package, including AM/FM stereo and weatherband with remote controls, auxiliary input jack, four speakers, and an external antenna
  • Laminated glass
  • Air conditioner and heater with automatic temperature controls (ATC)
  • Three 12-V convenience outlet (cigarette lighter style)
  • Two 12-V 3-pin outlet with adapter (provides switched and unswitched power)
  • One International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9-pin connector
  • Power strip with convenience plug adapter
  • Hitch control lever lock and selective control lever lock
  • Two-speed and intermittent front and rear wiper with washer
  • Front pull-down sunshade
  • Digital cornerpost display with:
    • Fuel level gauge, including low fuel warning
    • Temperature gauge
    • Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) gauge, including low DEF warning
    • Engine rpm
    • Transmission commanded gear or speed
    • Vehicle system functions, such as iTEC™, that are operating
  • Inside-mounted rearview mirror
  • Beverage holders sized to accommodate various containers
  • Interior lighting, including left-hand dome light, right-hand adjustable map light, and right-hand courtesy light
ComfortCommand seat
ComfortCommand seatComfortCommand seat

ComfortCommand seat improves ride quality and helps to reduce operator fatigue

Features include:

  • Armrests, lumbar support, and backrest angle are easily adjusted to match operator preference.
  • Shock absorbers dampen the motion effect of the tractor for an improved ride.
  • Seat height adjustments are conveniently located on the left armrest.
  • Fore-aft adjustment is easy to reach located on the left front of the seat.
  • Swivel adjustment, located on the front of the seat, allows the seat to be swiveled40 degrees to the right oreight degrees to the left of the center position.
  • Operator presence switch warns if the operator is out of the seat while operating key functions.
  • Seat belt retractor.
  • Centered cab seat, providing excellent over-shoulder visibility.
  • Adjustable shock absorber permitting ride adjustment from soft to firm to match the operator's desired comfort level.
  • Removable cushions for easy cleaning.
CommandARM
CommandARM controlsCommandARM controls

John Deere 9 Series Tractors feature the CommandARM with integrated Generation 4 CommandCenter display. The control layout of the CommandARM utilizes a clean and efficient design which groups controls by function and builds upon John Deere’s history of intuitive and ergonomic control placement and operation. The CommandARM’s design allows for a 40 degree right seat swivel and adjustable positioning matching the operator’s preference.

Controls located on the CommandARM include:

  • Engine throttle
  • Transmission control for e18™ speed PowerShift transmission (PST)
  • Eco mode for e18 speed PowerShift transmission (PST)
  • FieldCruise™
  • Selective control valve (SCV) controls
  • AutoLoad™controls (if equipped)
  • Differential lock on/off and automatic
  • iTEC™ sequence switches
  • AutoTrac™-assisted steering system resume switch (if equipped)
  • Radio
  • Beacon light on/off
  • Hazard lights on/off
  • Field lights 1/2
  • Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning (HVAC) system
Hydraulic controls

Hydraulic controls utilize fingertip paddle pods for raise/lower and extend/retract functions.

Fingertip paddle potsFingertip paddle pots

Throttle

The throttle design incorporates buttons which control FieldCruise speed, and transmission eco settings.

ThrottleThrottle

Tractor function controls

Located just to the right of the throttle is the AutoTrac activation button and four sequence controls for iTEC functions. Behind the iTEC sequence controls there are buttons which control the activation and deactivation of differential lock. Differential lock can also be activated by the foot switch on the cab floor.

AutoTrac resume and iTEC stripAutoTrac resume and iTEC strip

Controls for radio, lights, rotary beacon (if equipped), hazard flashers, and HVAC system are located to the center-right on the CommandARM, along with power take-off (PTO) for rear PTO.

Radio, HVAC, hazard flashers, and PTO controlsRadio, HVAC, hazard flashers, and PTO controls

Seat swivel

The design of the CommandARM allows for up to 40 degrees of right-hand seat swivel.

Seat swivelSeat swivel
CommandCenter
Generation 4 CommandCenterGeneration 4 CommandCenter

The Generation 4 CommandCenters feature fast adjustment of tractor functions and controls and are integrated into the CommandARM to create a seamless control center.

The following functions can be adjusted and accessedusing the CommandCenter display:

  • Hydraulic settings
  • Hitch settings
  • Transmission settings
  • FieldCruise
  • iTEC programming functions
  • Radio
  • Lights
  • Add all functionality – diagnostics, display settings, etc.

The Generation 4 CommandCenters have the capability of Remote Display Access (RDA). RDA allows improved communication between an offsite farm manager or dealer and the equipment operator. The user can view exactly what the operator sees on the GS3 2630 Display and Generation 4 CommandCenter from almost any Internet-connected device. RDA is available on the 4600 and 4100 CommandCenter RDA allows for an increase in productivity with quicker problem resolution. By using RDA, the cost of operation will decrease due to reduced labor and travel costs, and maximum efficiency will increase profit.

e18™ PowerShift™ transmission (PST) with Efficiency Manager™ feature

The e18 transmission delivers smooth shifting and intuitive controls in a reliable 18-speedPST transmission. The e18 transmission with enhanced Efficiency Manager is standard equipment on all 9 Series Tractors.

The e18 has evolved from more than 50 years of John Deere PowerShift technology. With more automatic features, the e18 is easy to operate for all levels of operators and operations. It features three modes of operation, full AUTO, custom, and manual modes. FullAUTO and custom modes manage the engine and transmission to match the desired ground speed to the field conditions. These two modes are ideal for most conditions and take the guess work out of operation. Manual mode is perfect for operators looking to operate the e18 like a traditional PowerShift by bump shifting and managing the engine throttle to their liking.

As the next generation of PowerShift technology, the e18 delivers the strength to handle sudden, high-torque power loads while maintaining responsive, quick, and smooth shifts.

e18 controls
Shift lever and hand throttleShift lever and hand throttle
CommandCenter™ controls
254-mm (10-in.) Generation 4 CommandCenter254-mm (10-in.) Generation 4 CommandCenter

The CommandCenter is the central information system for tractors and allows the operator to program various settings tailored to a specific operation.

To access the tractor’s transmission settings, press the transmission shortcut button on the CommandCenter shortcut bar.

CommandCenter transmission shortcut buttonCommandCenter transmission shortcut button

Operating modes

The e18 application settings employ three modes to take full advantage of the engine-transmission communication: FullAUTO mode, custom mode, and manual mode.

Full AUTO mode
Full AUTO main pageFull AUTO main page

FullAUTO mode manages the tractor’s engine and transmission inputs to reach and maintain the desired ground speed set by the operator. This means the tractor will manage shifts and engine rpm to operate at the most efficient level possible. Operatorscan set the maximum forward and reverse speeds for their particular applications. In fullAUTO mode the operator can adjust the desired ground speedin two ways, by conducting a traditional bump shift or by rotating the dial on the thumb wheel.

When shifting infull AUTOmode, the transmission shifts set speeds anddoes notalways shift gears, meaning the transmission may not necessarily shift gears if it can reach the desired ground speed with a slightly higher or lower engine rpm.Efficiency Manager is automatically engaged while operating infull AUTO mode. As a result, shifting will not take the tractor out of Efficiency Manager infull AUTO mode.

Custom mode
e18 custom transmission pagee18 custom transmission page

Custom mode operates similar to fullAUTO mode but allows operators to adjust operating parameters to meet a specific operation. It can also activate eco mode for a higher level of operation.

Eco buttonEco button
Display screenDisplay screen

Eco allows two minimum engine speeds to be set. Operators can turn eco on and off by either pushing the eco button on the side of the throttle or by selecting eco in the transmission settings page of the CommandCenter controls. For example, operators may choose to turn eco on during transport to utilize a lower minimum engine speed and then turn eco off while operating in the field where a higher minimum engine speed is desired.

Custom settings pageCustom settings page

In the advanced settings page, operators can customize the auto shift engine speed droop as a percentage of the full engine speed. In addition, the load anticipation feature can be enabled for the hitch engagement, hydraulic engagement, or both.

Manual mode
Manual mode operates very similarly to a traditional PowerShift transmission with Efficiency Manager.
In manual mode the operator manages the engine and transmission inputs by controlling the shift lever and hand throttle.

Manual mode pageManual mode page

Efficiency Manager

Set speed buttons and set speed adjusterSet speed buttons and set speed adjuster

Efficiency Manager is automatically enabled in auto and custom modes. Efficiency Manager can be turned on in manual mode by selecting the set speed one or set speed two button on the CommandARM™ console. The set speed adjuster on the top of the single-lever gear selector allows the operator to dial in the desired ground speed to establish set speed one or two. Once engaged, Efficiency Manager will manage the engine rpm and gear selection to maintain the desired working speed. To reach the desired set speed, the throttle must be set to full engine rpm.

e18 operation
e18 operatione18 operation

Setting start-up gears

The 9 Series Tractors default to 7F and 2R at start up. However, these default start-up gears can be adjusted from 1-13F and 1-3R through the CommandCenter. Refer to the operator’s manual for additional information.

Start-up gears in advanced settingsStart-up gears in advanced settings

9R Tractor - e18-speed chart forPowerShift transmission (PST) with Efficiency Manager

9R table

Group 47 tires

Group 48 tires

Tire size

(480R46, 20.8R42, 520R42, 620R42, 710R38)

(480R50, 520R46, 620R46, 710R42, 800R38)

Engine (rpm)

2100

2100

18-speed gear

km/h

mph

km/h

mph

Forward gears

F1

4.0

2.5

4.2

2.6

F2

4.8

3.0

5.0

3.1

F3

5.3

3.3

5.6

3.5

F4

5.9

3.7

6.2

3.9

F5

6.5

4.0

6.8

4.3

F6

7.3

4.5

7.6

4.8

F7

8.0

5.0

8.5

5.3

F8

9.0

5.6

9.5

5.9

F9

9.9

6.1

10.4

6.5

F10

11.0

6.9

11.6

7.2

F11

12.2

7.6

12.9

8.0

F12

13.5

8.4

14.2

8.8

F13

15.0

9.3

15.8

9.8

F14

16.6

10.3

17.5

10.9

F15

20.5

12.8

21.6

13.4

F16

25.3

15.7

26.6

16.5

F17

31.2

19.4

32.9

20.4

F18

38.5

23.9

40.5

25.2

Reverse gears

R1

3.9

2.4

4.1

2.5

R2

5.3

3.3

5.6

3.5

R3

5.9

3.7

6.2

3.9

R4

8.0

5.0

8.5

5.3

R5

9.0

5.6

9.5

5.9

R6

12.2

7.6

12.9

8.0

Group 47 tire based on 710/70R38
Group 48 tire based on 800/80R38

9RTand 9RX Tractor - e18-speed chart for PowerShift transmission (PST) with Efficiency Manager

9RTand 9RX table

9RT

9RX

Engine (rpm)

2100

2100

18-speed gear

km/h

mph

km/h

mph

Forward gears

F1

4.0

2.5

4.0

2.5

F2

5.0

3.1

4.9

3.0

F3

5.5

3.4

5.5

3.4

F4

6.1

3.8

6.1

3.8

F5

6.8

4.2

6.7

4.2

F6

7.6

4.7

7.5

4.7

F7

8.4

5.2

8.3

5.2

F8

9.3

5.8

9.2

5.7

F9

10.3

6.4

10.2

6.3

F10

11.4

7.1

11.4

7.1

F11

12.6

7.8

12.6

7.8

F12

14.1

8.7

14.0

8.7

F13

15.6

9.7

15.5

9.6

F14

17.3

10.7

17.2

10.3

F15

21.4

13.3

21.3

13.2

F16

26.3

16.3

26.2

16.3

F17

32.3

20.1

32.2

20.0

F18

39.8

24.7

39.6

24.6

Reverse gears

R1

4.0

2.5

4.0

2.5

R2

5.5

3.4

5.5

3.4

R3

6.1

3.3

6.1

3.8

R4

7.3

3.8

8.3

5.2

R5

9.3

5.8

9.2

5.7

R6

12.6

7.8

12.6

10.3

The e18 transmission delivers smooth shifting and intuitive controls in a reliable 18-speedPST transmission. The e18 transmission with enhanced Efficiency Manager is standard equipment on all 9 Series Tractors.

The e18 has evolved from more than 50 years of John Deere PowerShift technology. With more automatic features, the e18 is easy to operate for all levels of operators and operations. It features three modes of operation, full AUTO, custom, and manual modes. FullAUTO and custom modes manage the engine and transmission to match the desired ground speed to the field conditions. These two modes are ideal for most conditions and take the guess work out of operation. Manual mode is perfect for operators looking to operate the e18 like a traditional PowerShift by bump shifting and managing the engine throttle to their liking.

As the next generation of PowerShift technology, the e18 delivers the strength to handle sudden, high-torque power loads while maintaining responsive, quick, and smooth shifts.

e18 controls
Shift lever and hand throttleShift lever and hand throttle
CommandCenter™ controls
254-mm (10-in.) Generation 4 CommandCenter254-mm (10-in.) Generation 4 CommandCenter

The CommandCenter is the central information system for tractors and allows the operator to program various settings tailored to a specific operation.

To access the tractor’s transmission settings, press the transmission shortcut button on the CommandCenter shortcut bar.

CommandCenter transmission shortcut buttonCommandCenter transmission shortcut button

Operating modes

The e18 application settings employ three modes to take full advantage of the engine-transmission communication: FullAUTO mode, custom mode, and manual mode.

Full AUTO mode
Full AUTO main pageFull AUTO main page

FullAUTO mode manages the tractor’s engine and transmission inputs to reach and maintain the desired ground speed set by the operator. This means the tractor will manage shifts and engine rpm to operate at the most efficient level possible. Operatorscan set the maximum forward and reverse speeds for their particular applications. In fullAUTO mode the operator can adjust the desired ground speedin two ways, by conducting a traditional bump shift or by rotating the dial on the thumb wheel.

When shifting infull AUTOmode, the transmission shifts set speeds anddoes notalways shift gears, meaning the transmission may not necessarily shift gears if it can reach the desired ground speed with a slightly higher or lower engine rpm.Efficiency Manager is automatically engaged while operating infull AUTO mode. As a result, shifting will not take the tractor out of Efficiency Manager infull AUTO mode.

Custom mode
e18 custom transmission pagee18 custom transmission page

Custom mode operates similar to fullAUTO mode but allows operators to adjust operating parameters to meet a specific operation. It can also activate eco mode for a higher level of operation.

Eco buttonEco button
Display screenDisplay screen

Eco allows two minimum engine speeds to be set. Operators can turn eco on and off by either pushing the eco button on the side of the throttle or by selecting eco in the transmission settings page of the CommandCenter controls. For example, operators may choose to turn eco on during transport to utilize a lower minimum engine speed and then turn eco off while operating in the field where a higher minimum engine speed is desired.

Custom settings pageCustom settings page

In the advanced settings page, operators can customize the auto shift engine speed droop as a percentage of the full engine speed. In addition, the load anticipation feature can be enabled for the hitch engagement, hydraulic engagement, or both.

Manual mode
Manual mode operates very similarly to a traditional PowerShift transmission with Efficiency Manager.
In manual mode the operator manages the engine and transmission inputs by controlling the shift lever and hand throttle.

Manual mode pageManual mode page

Efficiency Manager

Set speed buttons and set speed adjusterSet speed buttons and set speed adjuster

Efficiency Manager is automatically enabled in auto and custom modes. Efficiency Manager can be turned on in manual mode by selecting the set speed one or set speed two button on the CommandARM™ console. The set speed adjuster on the top of the single-lever gear selector allows the operator to dial in the desired ground speed to establish set speed one or two. Once engaged, Efficiency Manager will manage the engine rpm and gear selection to maintain the desired working speed. To reach the desired set speed, the throttle must be set to full engine rpm.

e18 operation
e18 operatione18 operation

Setting start-up gears

The 9 Series Tractors default to 7F and 2R at start up. However, these default start-up gears can be adjusted from 1-13F and 1-3R through the CommandCenter. Refer to the operator’s manual for additional information.

Start-up gears in advanced settingsStart-up gears in advanced settings

9R Tractor - e18-speed chart forPowerShift transmission (PST) with Efficiency Manager

9R table

Group 47 tires

Group 48 tires

Tire size

(480R46, 20.8R42, 520R42, 620R42, 710R38)

(480R50, 520R46, 620R46, 710R42, 800R38)

Engine (rpm)

2100

2100

18-speed gear

km/h

mph

km/h

mph

Forward gears

F1

4.0

2.5

4.2

2.6

F2

4.8

3.0

5.0

3.1

F3

5.3

3.3

5.6

3.5

F4

5.9

3.7

6.2

3.9

F5

6.5

4.0

6.8

4.3

F6

7.3

4.5

7.6

4.8

F7

8.0

5.0

8.5

5.3

F8

9.0

5.6

9.5

5.9

F9

9.9

6.1

10.4

6.5

F10

11.0

6.9

11.6

7.2

F11

12.2

7.6

12.9

8.0

F12

13.5

8.4

14.2

8.8

F13

15.0

9.3

15.8

9.8

F14

16.6

10.3

17.5

10.9

F15

20.5

12.8

21.6

13.4

F16

25.3

15.7

26.6

16.5

F17

31.2

19.4

32.9

20.4

F18

38.5

23.9

40.5

25.2

Reverse gears

R1

3.9

2.4

4.1

2.5

R2

5.3

3.3

5.6

3.5

R3

5.9

3.7

6.2

3.9

R4

8.0

5.0

8.5

5.3

R5

9.0

5.6

9.5

5.9

R6

12.2

7.6

12.9

8.0

Group 47 tire based on 710/70R38
Group 48 tire based on 800/80R38

9RTand 9RX Tractor - e18-speed chart for PowerShift transmission (PST) with Efficiency Manager

9RTand 9RX table

9RT

9RX

Engine (rpm)

2100

2100

18-speed gear

km/h

mph

km/h

mph

Forward gears

F1

4.0

2.5

4.0

2.5

F2

5.0

3.1

4.9

3.0

F3

5.5

3.4

5.5

3.4

F4

6.1

3.8

6.1

3.8

F5

6.8

4.2

6.7

4.2

F6

7.6

4.7

7.5

4.7

F7

8.4

5.2

8.3

5.2

F8

9.3

5.8

9.2

5.7

F9

10.3

6.4

10.2

6.3

F10

11.4

7.1

11.4

7.1

F11

12.6

7.8

12.6

7.8

F12

14.1

8.7

14.0

8.7

F13

15.6

9.7

15.5

9.6

F14

17.3

10.7

17.2

10.3

F15

21.4

13.3

21.3

13.2

F16

26.3

16.3

26.2

16.3

F17

32.3

20.1

32.2

20.0

F18

39.8

24.7

39.6

24.6

Reverse gears

R1

4.0

2.5

4.0

2.5

R2

5.5

3.4

5.5

3.4

R3

6.1

3.3

6.1

3.8

R4

7.3

3.8

8.3

5.2

R5

9.3

5.8

9.2

5.7

R6

12.6

7.8

12.6

10.3

JDLink™ services and Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic systems

JDLink
JDLink DashboardJDLink Dashboard

JDLink is the John Deere telematics system designed for operators and managers who desire to take their operations to the next level of productivity and efficiency without leaving the office. Whether it is receiving an e-mail or text message, users can manage the operation in real-time without being in the cab. Using the power of JDLink can optimize productivity, increase uptime, and boost profits with JDLink information all accessible from a laptop, desktop, or mobile device.

JDLink Ultimate provides enhanced machine performance and utilization information that can only be achieved through direct communication with on-board machine controllers. Utilizing John Deere-exclusive telematics technology, users can remotely link to Ultimate-compatible machines to achieve a new level of optimization.

NOTE: Mobile device compatibility and functionality varies.

Monitor assets, performance, and more with JDLink:

For more information on JDLink activations and subscriptions, visit www.StellarSupport.com.


NOTE: JDLink is not available in all geographic regions.

Service ADVISOR
Service ADVISORService ADVISOR

Service ADVISOR diagnostics greatly assist in reducing service costs and downtime.It allows the John Deere service technician to readily extract vital information about tractor malfunctions through the Service ADVISOR data port. Diagnostic codes and controller area network (CAN) bus statistics stored by the tractor and visible in the CommandCenter™display are used by service technicians to isolate, identify, and resolve problems.

Diagnostics and CAN bus statistics are not normally used by the operator. Access and use of trouble codes should only be done by a qualified, factory-trained John Deere service technician.

Service ADVISOR Remote

Service ADVISORRemote takes the machine connectivity of JDLink and takes it one step further. With Service ADVISOR Remote, machines can be diagnosed remotely, saving the cost of a field service call. For example, diagnostic trouble codes can be reset and software updates can be uploaded remotely.

Apple, iPhone, and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google LLC.

JDLink
JDLink DashboardJDLink Dashboard

JDLink is the John Deere telematics system designed for operators and managers who desire to take their operations to the next level of productivity and efficiency without leaving the office. Whether it is receiving an e-mail or text message, users can manage the operation in real-time without being in the cab. Using the power of JDLink can optimize productivity, increase uptime, and boost profits with JDLink information all accessible from a laptop, desktop, or mobile device.

JDLink Ultimate provides enhanced machine performance and utilization information that can only be achieved through direct communication with on-board machine controllers. Utilizing John Deere-exclusive telematics technology, users can remotely link to Ultimate-compatible machines to achieve a new level of optimization.

NOTE: Mobile device compatibility and functionality varies.

Monitor assets, performance, and more with JDLink:

For more information on JDLink activations and subscriptions, visit www.StellarSupport.com.


NOTE: JDLink is not available in all geographic regions.

Service ADVISOR
Service ADVISORService ADVISOR

Service ADVISOR diagnostics greatly assist in reducing service costs and downtime.It allows the John Deere service technician to readily extract vital information about tractor malfunctions through the Service ADVISOR data port. Diagnostic codes and controller area network (CAN) bus statistics stored by the tractor and visible in the CommandCenter™display are used by service technicians to isolate, identify, and resolve problems.

Diagnostics and CAN bus statistics are not normally used by the operator. Access and use of trouble codes should only be done by a qualified, factory-trained John Deere service technician.

Service ADVISOR Remote

Service ADVISORRemote takes the machine connectivity of JDLink and takes it one step further. With Service ADVISOR Remote, machines can be diagnosed remotely, saving the cost of a field service call. For example, diagnostic trouble codes can be reset and software updates can be uploaded remotely.

Apple, iPhone, and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google LLC.

High-flow hydraulics, 435-L/min (115-gpm) system

Dual hydraulic pump system
Selective control valve (SCV) stackSelective control valve (SCV) stack

Optional high-flow hydraulics are available on 9 Series Tractors by ordering code 3270. The high-flow hydraulic system provides an additional 215 L/min (57 gpm) of flow for a total of 435 L/min (115 gpm). This system is ideal for hydraulic fan motor demands. This system is recommended for agricultural implements with continuous flow requirements. When maximum hydraulic pump capacity is reached, multiple functions will continue to operate at the same proportional flow rate.

The 9 Series Ag High-Flow Tractors have two parallel hydraulic systems. The benefit of this system is that functions can be split between the two systems. Functions that require high flow and low pressure can be combined on one system (for example, air seeder fans, and planter motors). Functions that require high pressure and low-flow can be connected to the remaining system (for example, implement lift, fold, and constant down-pressure systems).

Following these guidelines allows the hydraulic system to run cooler as it prevents both hydraulic pumps from running at high pressure. In general, pumps forced to run at both high pressure and high flows generate much more heat than a pump running at a lower flow or lower pressure.

The system operates with two hydraulic pumps:

  • Pump 1 - provides hydraulic flow of up to215 L/min (58 gpm) to SCVs 1, 2, and 3. These SCVs are useful for operating lift/lower and other cylinder type hydraulic needs.
  • Pump 2 - attaches in front of pump 1 and provides hydraulic flow of up to215 L/min (57 gpm) to SCVs 4, 5, and 6. These SCVs are useful for operating hydraulic motors to drive air/fan or vacuum systems on seeding/planting equipment.
  • All SCV oil returns to one common hydraulic reservoir.
Eight-section SCV stack for high-flow requirements
Five 12.7-mm (1/2-in.) couplers (A) and three 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers (B)Five 12.7-mm (1/2-in.) couplers (A) and three 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers (B)

For applications requiring continuous high hydraulic flow or multiple 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) hydraulic connections, this SCV stack is designed to maximize efficiency of the hydraulic system while providing additional flow using 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers. Arrangement of the 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers are split between the tractor’s dual hydraulic pumps to even the hydraulic load on each pump. Increasing coupler size from 12.7 mm (1/2 in.) to 19.1 mm (3/4 in.) allows an additional 26.5 L/min (7 gpm) or 17 percent more hydraulic flow through each coupler and reduces backpressure for hydraulic functions such as dual fan motors associated with the Air Power™ 2 system equipped on John Deere C850 Air Carts. With three 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers available, operators can connect to other high-demand functions such asraise/lower. The 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers also allow higher fan motor speeds for high-rate applications and allow more power to the ground due to less restriction on the hydraulic system.

NOTE: This SCV configuration is available on all double-reduction) axle 9420R to 9570R Tractors with high-flow hydraulics and all 9RX Tractors with high-flow hydraulics. This eight-section SCV stack does not include hydraulic Intelligent Power Management (IPM) software.

SCV couplersSCV couplers

Connections to 12.7-mm (1/2-in.) and 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers are quick and simple for operators with a split SCV stack configuration at a comfortable connection height.

SCV connections in a stack configurationSCV connections in a stack configuration
Dual hydraulic pump system
Selective control valve (SCV) stackSelective control valve (SCV) stack

Optional high-flow hydraulics are available on 9 Series Tractors by ordering code 3270. The high-flow hydraulic system provides an additional 215 L/min (57 gpm) of flow for a total of 435 L/min (115 gpm). This system is ideal for hydraulic fan motor demands. This system is recommended for agricultural implements with continuous flow requirements. When maximum hydraulic pump capacity is reached, multiple functions will continue to operate at the same proportional flow rate.

The 9 Series Ag High-Flow Tractors have two parallel hydraulic systems. The benefit of this system is that functions can be split between the two systems. Functions that require high flow and low pressure can be combined on one system (for example, air seeder fans, and planter motors). Functions that require high pressure and low-flow can be connected to the remaining system (for example, implement lift, fold, and constant down-pressure systems).

Following these guidelines allows the hydraulic system to run cooler as it prevents both hydraulic pumps from running at high pressure. In general, pumps forced to run at both high pressure and high flows generate much more heat than a pump running at a lower flow or lower pressure.

The system operates with two hydraulic pumps:

  • Pump 1 - provides hydraulic flow of up to215 L/min (58 gpm) to SCVs 1, 2, and 3. These SCVs are useful for operating lift/lower and other cylinder type hydraulic needs.
  • Pump 2 - attaches in front of pump 1 and provides hydraulic flow of up to215 L/min (57 gpm) to SCVs 4, 5, and 6. These SCVs are useful for operating hydraulic motors to drive air/fan or vacuum systems on seeding/planting equipment.
  • All SCV oil returns to one common hydraulic reservoir.
Eight-section SCV stack for high-flow requirements
Five 12.7-mm (1/2-in.) couplers (A) and three 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers (B)Five 12.7-mm (1/2-in.) couplers (A) and three 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers (B)

For applications requiring continuous high hydraulic flow or multiple 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) hydraulic connections, this SCV stack is designed to maximize efficiency of the hydraulic system while providing additional flow using 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers. Arrangement of the 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers are split between the tractor’s dual hydraulic pumps to even the hydraulic load on each pump. Increasing coupler size from 12.7 mm (1/2 in.) to 19.1 mm (3/4 in.) allows an additional 26.5 L/min (7 gpm) or 17 percent more hydraulic flow through each coupler and reduces backpressure for hydraulic functions such as dual fan motors associated with the Air Power™ 2 system equipped on John Deere C850 Air Carts. With three 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers available, operators can connect to other high-demand functions such asraise/lower. The 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers also allow higher fan motor speeds for high-rate applications and allow more power to the ground due to less restriction on the hydraulic system.

NOTE: This SCV configuration is available on all double-reduction) axle 9420R to 9570R Tractors with high-flow hydraulics and all 9RX Tractors with high-flow hydraulics. This eight-section SCV stack does not include hydraulic Intelligent Power Management (IPM) software.

SCV couplersSCV couplers

Connections to 12.7-mm (1/2-in.) and 19.1-mm (3/4-in.) couplers are quick and simple for operators with a split SCV stack configuration at a comfortable connection height.

SCV connections in a stack configurationSCV connections in a stack configuration

General maintenance

9R, 9RT, and 9RX service access9R, 9RT, and 9RX service access

Regular service and maintenance are essential to the performance, productivity, and longevity of all farm machinery.

Maximum uptime is an important element of productivity.

  • 9 Series Tractorservice points are quick and simple to check.
  • Greater accessibility improves serviceability.

All items in the daily service schedule can be performed without the use of tools:

  • Engine oil, hydraulic oil, coolant level, and water separator can be conveniently accessed from ground level without having to open the hood. Engine oil can be checked by simply removing one small engine side panel.
Engine oil service pointEngine oil service point
  • Engine can be easily accessed by simply raising the one-piece hood and removing two engine side panels for more periodic maintenance checks.
  • Single-point latch mechanism ensures easy hood opening and closure.

NOTE: Always refer to theoperator’s manual for complete maintenance and service recommendations.

Refueling
Fuel tank on the 9RFuel tank on the 9R
RefuelingRefueling

The 9R Tractors fuel tank is located over the rear axle. The fuel tank features a dual fill design. This design allows the machine to be filled from either side of the fuel tank. A fuel nozzle holder is located when the operator positions themselves on the gudgeon platform to fill the fuel tank.

The diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) tank is located on the left-hand side of the tractor indicated by a blue cap. It is fillable from ground level and has a protective shield to keep debris out of the fill neck.

Model

Diesel

DEF

9420R

1514 L (400 gal.)*120 L (31.7 gal.)

9470R

1514 L (400 gal.)*120 L (31.7 gal.)

9520R

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9570R

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9620R

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

*When equipped with double-reduction axle. 1211-L (320-gal.) when equipped with single-reduction axle.

Fuel tank on the left side of 9RTFuel tank on the left side of 9RT

The 9RT fuel tank is located behind the cab; the fuel fill is located conveniently on the left-hand main platform.

The 9RT Tractors all feature a DEF tank capacity of 93.9 L (24.8 gal.). The fill location is near the diesel fill location.

Model

Diesel

DEF

9470RT

1325 L (350 gal.)93.9 L (24.8 gal.)

9520RT

1325 L (350 gal.)93.9 L (24.8 gal.)

9570RT

1325 L (350 gal.)93.9 L (24.8 gal.)
In-line DEF filter

9R, 9RT, and 9RX Tractors feature an in-line DEF filter to help protect the DEF pump from any contamination in the DEF tank. This in-line DEF filter is easily serviced with a drain plug to drain any remaining DEF from the filter housing and a replaceable cartridge-style filter.

Model

Diesel

DEF

9470RX

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9520RX

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9570RX

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9620RX

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)



NOTE:

  • John Deere supports the usage of bio diesel. Bio diesel should meet ASTM D6751 (US) or EN 14214 (European) fuel quality standards.
  • Tractors receive fuel containing a 2 percent bio-diesel blend at the factory.
  • Acceptable blend levels may vary by geographic region.
  • Diesel exhaust fluid will freeze when exposed for longer than three hours to conditions below -11°C (12.2° F).

For more information about the use of bio-diesel in John Deere engines, refer to www.JohnDeere.com/biodiesel.

DEF fill

9R, 9RT, and 9RX Tractors feature an easy-to-use DEF fill system. The 9R and 9RX feature a ground-level fill location, and DEF fill on 9RT is conveniently located on the step platform.

MachineDEF tank capacity
9R120 L (31.7 gal.)
9RT93.9 L (24.8 gal.)
9RX120 L (31.7 gal.)
DEF tank on 9R/9RXDEF tank on 9R/9RX
In-line DEF filterIn-line DEF filter

Severe-duty water separator, if equipped

The severe-duty water separator can extend service intervals and helps to protect the tractor’s fuel system from damage associated with lower-quality fuel.

Simply open the drain valve on the bottom of the separator and drain accumulated water.

NOTE: Cummins® QSX 15 L (915.4-cu in.)engines cannot be equipped with a severe-duty water separator; however, the fuel filter has separating capabilities like the primary filter on John Deere Power System engines.

Engine access
Engine access on 9RXEngine access on 9RX

The tilt hood and side panel design provide additional engine compartment protection. The 9R, 9RT, and 9RX hoods feature the same design for access to engine components.

Pull out the hood release (located on the front, left side) and tilt hood back to open. Engine side panels are quickly and easily removed for access to periodic maintenance items.

Removing side engine panelRemoving side engine panel
Transmission, hydraulic, and axle oil level
Sight gauge on 9R and 9RXSight gauge on 9R and 9RX
Sight gauge on 9RTSight gauge on 9RT

A sight glass for the transmission, hydraulic, and axle oil level is located at theback right side of the gudgeon,indicating proper oil levels, and an oil fill neck is located on the back right side of the gudgeon for the 9R and 9RX Tractors.The oil fill is located on the top of the common reservoir on the left side of the 9RT Tractor and a fill tube is located between the steps and engine of the tractor.

  • Provides increased filter capacity compared to previous 9R and 9RT Tractors
  • Transmission, hydraulic, and axle oil should be changed every 1500 hours
  • Filter should be changed every 1500 hours unless filter restriction code occurs
  • Daily and 10-hour inspections of the transmission hydraulic oil level are recommended

NOTE: The tractor should be off and parked on level ground with the hitch in the lowered position when checking the oil level.

  • Sight glass observations will be significantly higher with hot oil temperatures and lower with cold oil or if engine has not run long enough.


NOTE:Oil level above the top mark on the sight glass can result in power loss and heat generation during transport applications.

Primary air filter access
Primary engine air filter inspectionPrimary engine air filter inspection

On the 9R and 9RX, the primary engine air filter is accessible from the left-hand platform for replacement annually or as operating conditions require. The filter is aspirated and extends filter life in dusty conditions by aspiratingmore than95 percent of incoming dust. Aspirator suction is created by utilizing the air flow from the cooling fan.

On the 9RT, the primary engine air filter is located at ground level on right side of tractor.

Windshield washer
Windshield washer bottle on 9R and 9RXWindshield washer bottle on 9R and 9RX

The windshield washer bottle is optional on 9R and 9RXTractors and is located on the left side of the tractor near the DEF fill point.On 9RT Tractors, it is located on the right-side frame.

Oil change intervals
Engine oil check/fill locationEngine oil check/fill location

Tractors with the 9.0L (549.2-cu in.) and 13.5L (823.2-cu in.) John Deere Power Systems engines feature a 500-hour change interval when using approved John Deere Plus-50™ II oil and a John Deere oil filter.

Tractors equipped with the CumminsQSX 15-L (915.4-cu in.) engine have a 400-hour engine oil and oil filter change interval.

  • Previous initial oil and filter change at 100 hours is no longer required due to the factory fill of Break-In™Plus oil.
  • If using anything other than John Deere Plus-50II oil,a 250-hour change interval is required. CJ-4 must still be used.
  • Only use ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel and CJ-4, ACEA E9, or ACEA E6 oil.
  • An oil change of 500 hours is possible when using fuel with less than 15 parts per million (ppm) of sulfur, along with John Deere Plus-50 II oil.

See the tractor'soperator's manualfor oil change intervals and further details.

Battery access
Battery location on 9R and 9RXBattery location on 9R and 9RX
Battery location on 9RTBattery location on 9RT

The 9R and 9RXbattery location is behind theleft-hand step assembly. There arethree bolts that secure the swinging step assembly that need to be removed to completely access the batteries. The 9RT top step of the platform conceals the tractor’s three 12-V batteries with 2775 CCA(925-CCA each).Tractors with the Cummins X15 engine will have four 12-V batteries in the same location as tractors equipped with John Deere Power System engines.

Although the batteries are maintenance free, conditions such as long periods of operation at high ambient temperatures and excessive engine cranking may require adding water.

Battery boost terminal
Battery boost terminalBattery boost terminal

On the 9R and 9RX, a battery boost terminal is located on the left-hand side of the engine for convenient and proper boost assisted starting.

Fuse and relay panel
Fuse and relay panelFuse and relay panel

The electrical fuse and relay panel is located behind the operator’s seat and just below the cab's rear window. Simply lift up on the operator manual cover for access.

  • Contains easy-to-replace automotive blade-type fuses and relays for quick servicing.
  • Spare fuses are provided for each amperage size used.

The diode module contains many of the diodes contained in the system:

  • If a diode problem occurs, simply replace the diode module for easy service and increased uptime.
  • Relays are also fully interchangeable for quick service.

Electrical system (smart load center)

The electrical system provides a full controller area network (CAN) bus based system on the tractor for improved tractor implement integration and flexibility. Incorporated with the system is a smart load center, which provides fewer fuses, fewer connectors, and simplified wiring for increased reliability.

The solid-state load center’s primary function is to control the majority of high-current loads, such as fender floodlights and the horn. This electronic circuitry will monitor loads and voltages to provide fast reaction time and the ability to alert the operator if a circuit overloads or if voltage is out of specification –for example,open circuit (undercurrent) or short circuit (overcurrent).

Cab air filters
Cab fresh air filter inspectionCab fresh air filter inspection
Cab recirculation filterCab recirculation filter

The cab fresh air filter is conveniently located beneath the left side of the cab for all 9 Series products:

  • External service means no mess in the cab from dusty filters
  • Filter housing acts as a dust accumulator compartment
  • Hand screw eliminates need for tools
  • Replace cab fresh air filter every 1000 hours or sooner if plugged or damaged

Cab air recirculation filter

Cab air recirculation filter is located in the roof liner above the operator. 70 percent of the total air volume is recirculated with a blanket effect for enhanced operator comfort.

  • Replace cab air recirculation filter every 1000 hours or sooner if plugged or damaged.

Cab air filters are not designed to filter out harmful chemicals. Follow the instructions in the implement operator’s manual and those given by the chemical manufacturer when using agricultural chemicals.

Maintenance-free U-joint

Maintenance-free U-joint bearings require no servicing to reduce maintenance time.

Toolbox
Toolbox for 9R, 9RT and 9RXToolbox for 9R, 9RT and 9RX

A convenient toolbox is located on the left-hand side of the front frame for tool storage and comes standard on all 9R, 9RT,and 9RX Tractors.

9R and 9RX Tractors have an additionalstorage boxconveniently located ontop theleft-handplatform.

The 9RT has an additional toolbox conveniently located next to the left side of the batteries for additional storage.

Cummins is a trademark of Cummins, Inc.

9R, 9RT, and 9RX service access9R, 9RT, and 9RX service access

Regular service and maintenance are essential to the performance, productivity, and longevity of all farm machinery.

Maximum uptime is an important element of productivity.

  • 9 Series Tractorservice points are quick and simple to check.
  • Greater accessibility improves serviceability.

All items in the daily service schedule can be performed without the use of tools:

  • Engine oil, hydraulic oil, coolant level, and water separator can be conveniently accessed from ground level without having to open the hood. Engine oil can be checked by simply removing one small engine side panel.
Engine oil service pointEngine oil service point
  • Engine can be easily accessed by simply raising the one-piece hood and removing two engine side panels for more periodic maintenance checks.
  • Single-point latch mechanism ensures easy hood opening and closure.

NOTE: Always refer to theoperator’s manual for complete maintenance and service recommendations.

Refueling
Fuel tank on the 9RFuel tank on the 9R
RefuelingRefueling

The 9R Tractors fuel tank is located over the rear axle. The fuel tank features a dual fill design. This design allows the machine to be filled from either side of the fuel tank. A fuel nozzle holder is located when the operator positions themselves on the gudgeon platform to fill the fuel tank.

The diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) tank is located on the left-hand side of the tractor indicated by a blue cap. It is fillable from ground level and has a protective shield to keep debris out of the fill neck.

Model

Diesel

DEF

9420R

1514 L (400 gal.)*120 L (31.7 gal.)

9470R

1514 L (400 gal.)*120 L (31.7 gal.)

9520R

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9570R

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9620R

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

*When equipped with double-reduction axle. 1211-L (320-gal.) when equipped with single-reduction axle.

Fuel tank on the left side of 9RTFuel tank on the left side of 9RT

The 9RT fuel tank is located behind the cab; the fuel fill is located conveniently on the left-hand main platform.

The 9RT Tractors all feature a DEF tank capacity of 93.9 L (24.8 gal.). The fill location is near the diesel fill location.

Model

Diesel

DEF

9470RT

1325 L (350 gal.)93.9 L (24.8 gal.)

9520RT

1325 L (350 gal.)93.9 L (24.8 gal.)

9570RT

1325 L (350 gal.)93.9 L (24.8 gal.)
In-line DEF filter

9R, 9RT, and 9RX Tractors feature an in-line DEF filter to help protect the DEF pump from any contamination in the DEF tank. This in-line DEF filter is easily serviced with a drain plug to drain any remaining DEF from the filter housing and a replaceable cartridge-style filter.

Model

Diesel

DEF

9470RX

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9520RX

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9570RX

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)

9620RX

1514 L (400 gal.)120 L (31.7 gal.)



NOTE:

  • John Deere supports the usage of bio diesel. Bio diesel should meet ASTM D6751 (US) or EN 14214 (European) fuel quality standards.
  • Tractors receive fuel containing a 2 percent bio-diesel blend at the factory.
  • Acceptable blend levels may vary by geographic region.
  • Diesel exhaust fluid will freeze when exposed for longer than three hours to conditions below -11°C (12.2° F).

For more information about the use of bio-diesel in John Deere engines, refer to www.JohnDeere.com/biodiesel.

DEF fill

9R, 9RT, and 9RX Tractors feature an easy-to-use DEF fill system. The 9R and 9RX feature a ground-level fill location, and DEF fill on 9RT is conveniently located on the step platform.

MachineDEF tank capacity
9R120 L (31.7 gal.)
9RT93.9 L (24.8 gal.)
9RX120 L (31.7 gal.)
DEF tank on 9R/9RXDEF tank on 9R/9RX
In-line DEF filterIn-line DEF filter

Severe-duty water separator, if equipped

The severe-duty water separator can extend service intervals and helps to protect the tractor’s fuel system from damage associated with lower-quality fuel.

Simply open the drain valve on the bottom of the separator and drain accumulated water.

NOTE: Cummins® QSX 15 L (915.4-cu in.)engines cannot be equipped with a severe-duty water separator; however, the fuel filter has separating capabilities like the primary filter on John Deere Power System engines.

Engine access
Engine access on 9RXEngine access on 9RX

The tilt hood and side panel design provide additional engine compartment protection. The 9R, 9RT, and 9RX hoods feature the same design for access to engine components.

Pull out the hood release (located on the front, left side) and tilt hood back to open. Engine side panels are quickly and easily removed for access to periodic maintenance items.

Removing side engine panelRemoving side engine panel
Transmission, hydraulic, and axle oil level
Sight gauge on 9R and 9RXSight gauge on 9R and 9RX
Sight gauge on 9RTSight gauge on 9RT

A sight glass for the transmission, hydraulic, and axle oil level is located at theback right side of the gudgeon,indicating proper oil levels, and an oil fill neck is located on the back right side of the gudgeon for the 9R and 9RX Tractors.The oil fill is located on the top of the common reservoir on the left side of the 9RT Tractor and a fill tube is located between the steps and engine of the tractor.

  • Provides increased filter capacity compared to previous 9R and 9RT Tractors
  • Transmission, hydraulic, and axle oil should be changed every 1500 hours
  • Filter should be changed every 1500 hours unless filter restriction code occurs
  • Daily and 10-hour inspections of the transmission hydraulic oil level are recommended

NOTE: The tractor should be off and parked on level ground with the hitch in the lowered position when checking the oil level.

  • Sight glass observations will be significantly higher with hot oil temperatures and lower with cold oil or if engine has not run long enough.


NOTE:Oil level above the top mark on the sight glass can result in power loss and heat generation during transport applications.

Primary air filter access
Primary engine air filter inspectionPrimary engine air filter inspection

On the 9R and 9RX, the primary engine air filter is accessible from the left-hand platform for replacement annually or as operating conditions require. The filter is aspirated and extends filter life in dusty conditions by aspiratingmore than95 percent of incoming dust. Aspirator suction is created by utilizing the air flow from the cooling fan.

On the 9RT, the primary engine air filter is located at ground level on right side of tractor.

Windshield washer
Windshield washer bottle on 9R and 9RXWindshield washer bottle on 9R and 9RX

The windshield washer bottle is optional on 9R and 9RXTractors and is located on the left side of the tractor near the DEF fill point.On 9RT Tractors, it is located on the right-side frame.

Oil change intervals
Engine oil check/fill locationEngine oil check/fill location

Tractors with the 9.0L (549.2-cu in.) and 13.5L (823.2-cu in.) John Deere Power Systems engines feature a 500-hour change interval when using approved John Deere Plus-50™ II oil and a John Deere oil filter.

Tractors equipped with the CumminsQSX 15-L (915.4-cu in.) engine have a 400-hour engine oil and oil filter change interval.

  • Previous initial oil and filter change at 100 hours is no longer required due to the factory fill of Break-In™Plus oil.
  • If using anything other than John Deere Plus-50II oil,a 250-hour change interval is required. CJ-4 must still be used.
  • Only use ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel and CJ-4, ACEA E9, or ACEA E6 oil.
  • An oil change of 500 hours is possible when using fuel with less than 15 parts per million (ppm) of sulfur, along with John Deere Plus-50 II oil.

See the tractor'soperator's manualfor oil change intervals and further details.

Battery access
Battery location on 9R and 9RXBattery location on 9R and 9RX
Battery location on 9RTBattery location on 9RT

The 9R and 9RXbattery location is behind theleft-hand step assembly. There arethree bolts that secure the swinging step assembly that need to be removed to completely access the batteries. The 9RT top step of the platform conceals the tractor’s three 12-V batteries with 2775 CCA(925-CCA each).Tractors with the Cummins X15 engine will have four 12-V batteries in the same location as tractors equipped with John Deere Power System engines.

Although the batteries are maintenance free, conditions such as long periods of operation at high ambient temperatures and excessive engine cranking may require adding water.

Battery boost terminal
Battery boost terminalBattery boost terminal

On the 9R and 9RX, a battery boost terminal is located on the left-hand side of the engine for convenient and proper boost assisted starting.

Fuse and relay panel
Fuse and relay panelFuse and relay panel

The electrical fuse and relay panel is located behind the operator’s seat and just below the cab's rear window. Simply lift up on the operator manual cover for access.

  • Contains easy-to-replace automotive blade-type fuses and relays for quick servicing.
  • Spare fuses are provided for each amperage size used.

The diode module contains many of the diodes contained in the system:

  • If a diode problem occurs, simply replace the diode module for easy service and increased uptime.
  • Relays are also fully interchangeable for quick service.

Electrical system (smart load center)

The electrical system provides a full controller area network (CAN) bus based system on the tractor for improved tractor implement integration and flexibility. Incorporated with the system is a smart load center, which provides fewer fuses, fewer connectors, and simplified wiring for increased reliability.

The solid-state load center’s primary function is to control the majority of high-current loads, such as fender floodlights and the horn. This electronic circuitry will monitor loads and voltages to provide fast reaction time and the ability to alert the operator if a circuit overloads or if voltage is out of specification –for example,open circuit (undercurrent) or short circuit (overcurrent).

Cab air filters
Cab fresh air filter inspectionCab fresh air filter inspection
Cab recirculation filterCab recirculation filter

The cab fresh air filter is conveniently located beneath the left side of the cab for all 9 Series products:

  • External service means no mess in the cab from dusty filters
  • Filter housing acts as a dust accumulator compartment
  • Hand screw eliminates need for tools
  • Replace cab fresh air filter every 1000 hours or sooner if plugged or damaged

Cab air recirculation filter

Cab air recirculation filter is located in the roof liner above the operator. 70 percent of the total air volume is recirculated with a blanket effect for enhanced operator comfort.

  • Replace cab air recirculation filter every 1000 hours or sooner if plugged or damaged.

Cab air filters are not designed to filter out harmful chemicals. Follow the instructions in the implement operator’s manual and those given by the chemical manufacturer when using agricultural chemicals.

Maintenance-free U-joint

Maintenance-free U-joint bearings require no servicing to reduce maintenance time.

Toolbox
Toolbox for 9R, 9RT and 9RXToolbox for 9R, 9RT and 9RX

A convenient toolbox is located on the left-hand side of the front frame for tool storage and comes standard on all 9R, 9RT,and 9RX Tractors.

9R and 9RX Tractors have an additionalstorage boxconveniently located ontop theleft-handplatform.

The 9RT has an additional toolbox conveniently located next to the left side of the batteries for additional storage.

Cummins is a trademark of Cummins, Inc.

Tow cable attachment

Tow cable front hookTow cable front hook
Rear tow cable connection pointRear tow cable connection point

The front tow cable is recommended for pullingall 9 Series Tractors in time of needed assistance. Tow cables are available as a factory-installed option on all ag tractors and are base equipment on all Scraper Special Tractors. The tow cable attaches to the area in front of the drawbar and is also available as a field-installed option.

Tow cable front hookTow cable front hook
Rear tow cable connection pointRear tow cable connection point

The front tow cable is recommended for pullingall 9 Series Tractors in time of needed assistance. Tow cables are available as a factory-installed option on all ag tractors and are base equipment on all Scraper Special Tractors. The tow cable attaches to the area in front of the drawbar and is also available as a field-installed option.

9RX Tractor narrow undercarriage recommended transport speed

9RX Tractors equipped with 45.7-cm (18-in.) and 61-cm (24-in.) tracks feature a maximum speed of 42 km/h (26 mph).

9RX Tractors equipped with 45.7-cm (18-in.) or 61-cm (24-in.) tracks are advised to reduce ground speed based on axle load. 9RX Tractors equipped with 45.7-cm (18-in.) tracks will have a top speed set at the factory of 31 km/h (19 mph). Maximum speed may be adjusted up to 42 km/h (26 mph) upon review of the transport speed recommendations in the Operator’s Manual.

The speed reduction allows the undercarriage components and tracks to dissipate heat buildup caused by the higher axle loads, reducing undercarriage component and track damage. Increasing mid-roller surface area will increase the undercarriage ability to dissipate heat.

Narrow undercarriage with 45.7-cm (18-in.) tracks feature a narrower mid-roller matched to track width. This results in a smaller mid-roller surface area than 61-cm (24-in.) tracks, which are also matched to track width.

Producers who desire a 9RX machine for row-crop work and who also transport long distances with high axle loads should understand the limitations of the 45.7-cm (18-in.) and 61-cm (24-in.) tracks. 61-cm (24-in.) tracks with a greater mid-roller surface area will provide greater undercarriage and machine performance in transport while maintaining the ability to perform row-crop work. Comparing the transport speed recommendations for 45.7-cm (18-in.) and 61-cm (24-in.) tracks, the speed reduction is higher for 45.7-cm (18-in.) tracks for the same axle load.

9RX Tractors with a wide undercarriage and 76.2-cm (30-in.) or 91.4-cm (36-in.) tracks do not feature a speed reduction with increased axle load.

9RX in transport9RX in transport

9RX Tractor owners and operators need to be aware of axle loads and the recommended speed. The operator’s manual for both the machine and implement will have information on advised transport speeds. 9RX Tractors equipped with narrow undercarriage will also feature an in-cab window decal and reference card stored in the armrest for quick guidance on recommended transport speed based on axle load. Many implements may have a lower recommended transport speed than the tractor; it is always advised to follow the lowest recommended transport speed.

Maximum transport speed with axle weightMaximum transport speed with axle weight
Window decal
Window decal
Single axle weight45.7-cm (18-in.) track maximum61-cm (24-in.) track maximum
kglbkm/hmphkm/hmph
Tractor42264226
15,90035,00034214226
20,40045,00026163723
24,90055,00021133220
Speed increments
1.6-km/h (1-mph) increment
Single axle weight45.7-cm (18-in.) track maximumSingle axle weight61-cm (24-in.) track maximum
kglbkm/hmphkglbkm/hmph
14,50032,000422616,80037,0004226
15,00033,000372318,10040,0004025
15,40034,000352219,50043,0003924
15,90035,000342120,90046,0003723
16,30036,000322022,20049,0003522
17,20038,000311923,60052,0003421
18,10040,000291824,90055,0003220
19,50043,000271727,20060,0003119
20,90046,0002616
22,20049,0002415
23,60052,0002314
25,40056,0002113
27,20060,0001912

Implement speed recommendations
ApplicationImplementPayloadTotal tractorRear axle loadFront axle load45.7 cm (18 in.)61 cm (24 in.)
Other18.3-m (60-ft) 2410C applicator181 kg (400 lb)27,851 kg (61,400 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)14,515 kg (32,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Primary Tillage9-shank 2720 (without rolling baskets)227 kg (500 lb)27,896 kg (61,500 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)14,515 kg (32,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Primary Tillage11-shank 2730 (gangs, without rolling baskets)219.5 k g (484 lb)27,889 kg (61,484 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)14,515 kg (32,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Secondary Tillage13.7-m (45-ft) 2210LL Cultivator499 kg (1100 lb)28,168 kg (62,100 lb)14,061 kg (31,000 lb)14,061 kg (31,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Secondary Tillage12.2-m (40-ft) 2623 VT816.5 kg (1800 lb)28,486 kg (62,800 lb)14,515 kg (32,000 lb)14,061 kg (31,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other18.3-m (60-ft) 2510L, 9085 L (2400 gal.) (empty)1637 kg (3608 lb)29,306 kg (64,608 lb)15,422 kg (34,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)35.4 km/h (22 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other38,763-L (1100-bu) grain cart empty (Kinze 1100)1792 kg (3950 lb)29,461 kg (64,950 lb)15,876 kg (35,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)33.8 km/h (21 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Secondary Tillage13.7-m (45-ft) 2310 Mulch Finisher1905 kg (4200 lb)29,574 kg (65,200 lb)15,876 kg (35,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)33.8 km/h (21 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other52,859-L (1500-bu) grain cart empty (Brent Avalanche 1596)1724 kg (3800 lb)29,393 kg (64,800 lb)15,876 kg (35,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)33.8 km/h (21 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other35,239-L (1000-bu) grain cartloaded (Brent1082)2136 kg (4710 lb)29,805.5 kg (65,710 kg)16,329 kg (36,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)32.2 km/h (20 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other52,859-L (1500-bu) grain cart empty (Kinze 1500)2381 kg (5250 lb)30,050.5 kg (66,250 lb)16,783 kg (37,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)30.6 km/h (19 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other52,859-L (1500-bu) grain cart empty (Brent Avalanche 1596)2495 kg (5500 lb)30,164 kg (66,500 lb)16,783 kg (37,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)30.6 km/h (19 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other38,763-L (1100-bu) grain cartloaded (Kinze 1100)2849 kg (6280 lb)30,518 kg (67,280 lb)17,236.5 kg (38,000 lb)13,154 kg (29,000 lb)30.6 km/h (19 mph)40.2 km/h (25 mph)
Other38,763-L (1100-bu) grain cartloaded (Kinze 1500)3347.5 kg (7380 lb)31,017 kg (68,380 lb)17,690 kg (39,000 lb)13,154 kg (29,000 lb)29 km/h (18 mph)40.2 km/h (25 mph)
PlantersDB60 47R15 CCS3783 kg (8340 lb)31,452 kg (69,340 lb)18,597 kg (41,000 lb)13,154 kg (29,000 lb)27.4 km/h (17 mph)38.6 km/h (24 mph)
PlantersDB90 Planter5597 kg (12,300 lb)33,248 kg (73,300 lb)20,865 kg (46,000 lb)12,247 kg (27,000 lb)25.7 km/h (16 mph)37 km/h (23 mph)
Planters1775NT 24R drawbar5897 kg (13,000 lb)33,566 kg (74,000 lb)21,319 kg (47,000 lb)12,247 kg (27,000 lb)24.1 km/h (15 mph)35.4 km/h (22 mph)
PlantersDB120 Planter7832 kg (17,600 lb)35,652 kg (78,600 lb)24,494 kg (54,000 lb)11,340 kg (25,000 lb)20.9 km/h (13 mph)32.2 km/h (20 mph)
OtherHitch load6804 kg (15,000 lb)34,476 kg (76,000 lb)24,494 kg (54,000 lb)9979 kg (22,000 lb)20.9 km/h (13 mph)32.2 km/h (20 mph)

NOTE: Example implements are for reference and direction only. Weigh the tractor and the amount of weight on the axle to determine the final recommended speed. Weights of implements will vary due to different configurations available between tractor and implement. Never exceed the maximum speed recommendation of any implement.

For producers who wish to limit vehicle top speed, transmission settings can be adjusted on the CommandARM™ display or user profiles can be established which locks out the ability to change vehicle top speed by the operator unless they enter the PIN.

9RX Tractors equipped with 45.7-cm (18-in.) and 61-cm (24-in.) tracks feature a maximum speed of 42 km/h (26 mph).

9RX Tractors equipped with 45.7-cm (18-in.) or 61-cm (24-in.) tracks are advised to reduce ground speed based on axle load. 9RX Tractors equipped with 45.7-cm (18-in.) tracks will have a top speed set at the factory of 31 km/h (19 mph). Maximum speed may be adjusted up to 42 km/h (26 mph) upon review of the transport speed recommendations in the Operator’s Manual.

The speed reduction allows the undercarriage components and tracks to dissipate heat buildup caused by the higher axle loads, reducing undercarriage component and track damage. Increasing mid-roller surface area will increase the undercarriage ability to dissipate heat.

Narrow undercarriage with 45.7-cm (18-in.) tracks feature a narrower mid-roller matched to track width. This results in a smaller mid-roller surface area than 61-cm (24-in.) tracks, which are also matched to track width.

Producers who desire a 9RX machine for row-crop work and who also transport long distances with high axle loads should understand the limitations of the 45.7-cm (18-in.) and 61-cm (24-in.) tracks. 61-cm (24-in.) tracks with a greater mid-roller surface area will provide greater undercarriage and machine performance in transport while maintaining the ability to perform row-crop work. Comparing the transport speed recommendations for 45.7-cm (18-in.) and 61-cm (24-in.) tracks, the speed reduction is higher for 45.7-cm (18-in.) tracks for the same axle load.

9RX Tractors with a wide undercarriage and 76.2-cm (30-in.) or 91.4-cm (36-in.) tracks do not feature a speed reduction with increased axle load.

9RX in transport9RX in transport

9RX Tractor owners and operators need to be aware of axle loads and the recommended speed. The operator’s manual for both the machine and implement will have information on advised transport speeds. 9RX Tractors equipped with narrow undercarriage will also feature an in-cab window decal and reference card stored in the armrest for quick guidance on recommended transport speed based on axle load. Many implements may have a lower recommended transport speed than the tractor; it is always advised to follow the lowest recommended transport speed.

Maximum transport speed with axle weightMaximum transport speed with axle weight
Window decal
Window decal
Single axle weight45.7-cm (18-in.) track maximum61-cm (24-in.) track maximum
kglbkm/hmphkm/hmph
Tractor42264226
15,90035,00034214226
20,40045,00026163723
24,90055,00021133220
Speed increments
1.6-km/h (1-mph) increment
Single axle weight45.7-cm (18-in.) track maximumSingle axle weight61-cm (24-in.) track maximum
kglbkm/hmphkglbkm/hmph
14,50032,000422616,80037,0004226
15,00033,000372318,10040,0004025
15,40034,000352219,50043,0003924
15,90035,000342120,90046,0003723
16,30036,000322022,20049,0003522
17,20038,000311923,60052,0003421
18,10040,000291824,90055,0003220
19,50043,000271727,20060,0003119
20,90046,0002616
22,20049,0002415
23,60052,0002314
25,40056,0002113
27,20060,0001912

Implement speed recommendations
ApplicationImplementPayloadTotal tractorRear axle loadFront axle load45.7 cm (18 in.)61 cm (24 in.)
Other18.3-m (60-ft) 2410C applicator181 kg (400 lb)27,851 kg (61,400 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)14,515 kg (32,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Primary Tillage9-shank 2720 (without rolling baskets)227 kg (500 lb)27,896 kg (61,500 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)14,515 kg (32,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Primary Tillage11-shank 2730 (gangs, without rolling baskets)219.5 k g (484 lb)27,889 kg (61,484 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)14,515 kg (32,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Secondary Tillage13.7-m (45-ft) 2210LL Cultivator499 kg (1100 lb)28,168 kg (62,100 lb)14,061 kg (31,000 lb)14,061 kg (31,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Secondary Tillage12.2-m (40-ft) 2623 VT816.5 kg (1800 lb)28,486 kg (62,800 lb)14,515 kg (32,000 lb)14,061 kg (31,000 lb)41.8-km/h (26 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other18.3-m (60-ft) 2510L, 9085 L (2400 gal.) (empty)1637 kg (3608 lb)29,306 kg (64,608 lb)15,422 kg (34,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)35.4 km/h (22 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other38,763-L (1100-bu) grain cart empty (Kinze 1100)1792 kg (3950 lb)29,461 kg (64,950 lb)15,876 kg (35,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)33.8 km/h (21 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Secondary Tillage13.7-m (45-ft) 2310 Mulch Finisher1905 kg (4200 lb)29,574 kg (65,200 lb)15,876 kg (35,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)33.8 km/h (21 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other52,859-L (1500-bu) grain cart empty (Brent Avalanche 1596)1724 kg (3800 lb)29,393 kg (64,800 lb)15,876 kg (35,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)33.8 km/h (21 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other35,239-L (1000-bu) grain cartloaded (Brent1082)2136 kg (4710 lb)29,805.5 kg (65,710 kg)16,329 kg (36,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)32.2 km/h (20 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other52,859-L (1500-bu) grain cart empty (Kinze 1500)2381 kg (5250 lb)30,050.5 kg (66,250 lb)16,783 kg (37,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)30.6 km/h (19 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other52,859-L (1500-bu) grain cart empty (Brent Avalanche 1596)2495 kg (5500 lb)30,164 kg (66,500 lb)16,783 kg (37,000 lb)13,608 kg (30,000 lb)30.6 km/h (19 mph)41.8-km/h (26 mph)
Other38,763-L (1100-bu) grain cartloaded (Kinze 1100)2849 kg (6280 lb)30,518 kg (67,280 lb)17,236.5 kg (38,000 lb)13,154 kg (29,000 lb)30.6 km/h (19 mph)40.2 km/h (25 mph)
Other38,763-L (1100-bu) grain cartloaded (Kinze 1500)3347.5 kg (7380 lb)31,017 kg (68,380 lb)17,690 kg (39,000 lb)13,154 kg (29,000 lb)29 km/h (18 mph)40.2 km/h (25 mph)
PlantersDB60 47R15 CCS3783 kg (8340 lb)31,452 kg (69,340 lb)18,597 kg (41,000 lb)13,154 kg (29,000 lb)27.4 km/h (17 mph)38.6 km/h (24 mph)
PlantersDB90 Planter5597 kg (12,300 lb)33,248 kg (73,300 lb)20,865 kg (46,000 lb)12,247 kg (27,000 lb)25.7 km/h (16 mph)37 km/h (23 mph)
Planters1775NT 24R drawbar5897 kg (13,000 lb)33,566 kg (74,000 lb)21,319 kg (47,000 lb)12,247 kg (27,000 lb)24.1 km/h (15 mph)35.4 km/h (22 mph)
PlantersDB120 Planter7832 kg (17,600 lb)35,652 kg (78,600 lb)24,494 kg (54,000 lb)11,340 kg (25,000 lb)20.9 km/h (13 mph)32.2 km/h (20 mph)
OtherHitch load6804 kg (15,000 lb)34,476 kg (76,000 lb)24,494 kg (54,000 lb)9979 kg (22,000 lb)20.9 km/h (13 mph)32.2 km/h (20 mph)

NOTE: Example implements are for reference and direction only. Weigh the tractor and the amount of weight on the axle to determine the final recommended speed. Weights of implements will vary due to different configurations available between tractor and implement. Never exceed the maximum speed recommendation of any implement.

For producers who wish to limit vehicle top speed, transmission settings can be adjusted on the CommandARM™ display or user profiles can be established which locks out the ability to change vehicle top speed by the operator unless they enter the PIN.

PowerTech™ 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine option for Australia and New Zealand (non-9620R/RX Tractors)

PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II enginePowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine

For countries not required to comply with Final Tier 4 (FT4)/Stage V emission regulations, John Deere also offers the reliable and proven PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine. With this engine, John Deere meets high performance and low emission requirements while maintaining exceptional durability, reliability, and fuel economy. The PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine is very similar to the PowerTech Plus FT4/Stage V engine except the turbocharger is a fixed geometry design and there is no recirculation of the exhaust gases.

The PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine will deliver horsepower and performance ratings and peak torque levels comparable to the PowerTech Plus FT4/Stage V engine.

  • Four-valve cylinder head
  • Fixed geometry turbocharger with air-to-air after cooling
  • Common size intake and exhaust valves
  • Targeted spray oil cooled pistons
  • Full-authority electronic controls
Reduced fuel consumption

A combination of advanced design features contained in PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) engines and surrounding tractor systems work together to provide the most efficient use of engine power, resulting in less fuel consumption. These features include:

  • A fixed geometry turbocharger and single injector electronic control
  • The integrated pressure-and-flow-compensated hydraulic pump circuit design adds a priority valve for steering and brakes, reducing engine load when hydraulic functions are not being used.
  • The drivetrain and brake system are focused on limiting oil windage losses that reduce available engine power and increase fuel usage.
  • e18™ PowerShift™ transmission with Efficiency Manager™ feature allows the tractor to operate at an optimal performance level while minimizing fuel consumption (refer to the Efficiency Manager sections for further information).
Wheel tractor models and power ratings

Model

9470R

9520R

9570R

Rated power take-off (PTO) power (hp SAE) at rated PTO engine speed (1895 erpm)**

250 kW (335 hp)

250 kW (335 hp)

250 kW (335 hp)

Rated engine power PS (hp ISO) at 2100 engine rpm (97/68EC)

346 kW (470 hp)

382 kW (520 hp)

419 kW (570 hp)

Rated engine power PS (hp ISO) at 2100 engine rpm (ECE-R24)

332 kW (451 hp)

367 kW (499 hp)

402 kW (547 hp)

Maximum engine power PS (hp ISO) at 1900 engine rpm (97/68EC)

380 kW (517 hp)

421 kW (572 hp)

461 kW (628 hp)

Maximum engine power PS (hp ISO) at 1900 engine rpm (ECE-R24)

365 kW (496 hp)

404 kW (549 hp)

443 kW (602 hp)

Torque rise (nominal engine) at 1600 rpm

38 percent

38 percent

38 percent

Power bulge (nominal engine) at 1900 rpm

10 percent

10 percent

10 percent

Engine peak torque (at 1600 rpm)

2169 Nm (1600 lb-ft)

2400 Nm (1770 lb-ft)

2596 Nm (1915 lb-ft)

Constant power range

1550 rpm

Track tractor models and power ratings

Model

9470RT

9520RT

9570RT

Power estimated

Rated PTO power (hp SAE) at rated PTO engine speed (1895 erpm)**

245 kW (329 hp)

245 kW (329 hp)

245 kW (329 hp)

Rated engine power PS (hp ISO) at 2100 engine rpm (97/68EC)

346 kW (470 hp)

382 kW (520 hp)

419 kW (570 hp)

Rated engine power PS (hp ISO) at 2100 engine rpm (ECE-R24)

332 kW (451 hp)

367 kW (499 hp)

402 kW (547 hp)

Maximum engine power PS (hp ISO) at 1900 engine rpm (97/68EC)

380 kW (517 hp)

421 kW (572 hp)

461 kW (628 hp)

Maximum engine power PS (hp ISO) at 1900 engine rpm (ECE-R24)

365 kW (496 hp)

404 kW (549 hp)

443 kW (602 hp)

Torque rise (nominal engine) at 1600 rpm

38 percent

38 percent

36 percent

Power bulge (nominal engine) at 1900 rpm

10 percent

10 percent

10 percent

Engine peak torque (at 1600 rpm)

2169 Nm (1600 lb-ft)

2400 Nm (1770 lb-ft)

2596 Nm (1915 lb-ft)

How is rated and maximum power determined?

John Deere uses a precise procedure to measure engine-only power levels. The 97/68EC standard is widely used worldwide in the agricultural industry and relates to the power a tractor has as a complete functioning unit. The 97/68EC standard is required in the European Union (EU). However, the procedure only requires that a production engine and radiator are used on a dynamometer test. See the engine horsepower standards information for more detailed explanations of the different standards.

Basic engine specifications
Manufacturer/typeJohn Deere PowerTech 13.5L (824 cu in.)
Rated speed2100 rpm
TypeDiesel, in-line, 6-cylinder, wet sleeve with four valves in head
AspirationFixed geometry turbocharger with air-to-air after cooling
Filter, engine airDual stage with engine cooling fan aspiration
Displacement13.5L (824 cu in.)
Bore and stroke132 mm (5.2 in.) x 165 mm (6.5 in.)
Compression ratio16:0:1
LubricationFull-pressure, full-flow filtration with bypass
Oil filterReplaceable spin-on style oil filter
Fuel system (type)Self-priming, electronically controlled unit injectors
Filter systemTwo-stage with water separator and service required indicator light
Primary filter10-micron replaceable cartridge
Secondary filter2-micron spin-on element

PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II enginePowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine

For countries not required to comply with Final Tier 4 (FT4)/Stage V emission regulations, John Deere also offers the reliable and proven PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine. With this engine, John Deere meets high performance and low emission requirements while maintaining exceptional durability, reliability, and fuel economy. The PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine is very similar to the PowerTech Plus FT4/Stage V engine except the turbocharger is a fixed geometry design and there is no recirculation of the exhaust gases.

The PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) Tier 2/Stage II engine will deliver horsepower and performance ratings and peak torque levels comparable to the PowerTech Plus FT4/Stage V engine.

  • Four-valve cylinder head
  • Fixed geometry turbocharger with air-to-air after cooling
  • Common size intake and exhaust valves
  • Targeted spray oil cooled pistons
  • Full-authority electronic controls
Reduced fuel consumption

A combination of advanced design features contained in PowerTech 13.5L (824-cu in.) engines and surrounding tractor systems work together to provide the most efficient use of engine power, resulting in less fuel consumption. These features include:

  • A fixed geometry turbocharger and single injector electronic control
  • The integrated pressure-and-flow-compensated hydraulic pump circuit design adds a priority valve for steering and brakes, reducing engine load when hydraulic functions are not being used.
  • The drivetrain and brake system are focused on limiting oil windage losses that reduce available engine power and increase fuel usage.
  • e18™ PowerShift™ transmission with Efficiency Manager™ feature allows the tractor to operate at an optimal performance level while minimizing fuel consumption (refer to the Efficiency Manager sections for further information).
Wheel tractor models and power ratings

Model

9470R

9520R

9570R

Rated power take-off (PTO) power (hp SAE) at rated PTO engine speed (1895 erpm)**

250 kW (335 hp)

250 kW (335 hp)

250 kW (335 hp)

Rated engine power PS (hp ISO) at 2100 engine rpm (97/68EC)

346 kW (470 hp)

382 kW (520 hp)

419 kW (570 hp)

Rated engine power PS (hp ISO) at 2100 engine rpm (ECE-R24)

332 kW (451 hp)

367 kW (499 hp)

402 kW (547 hp)

Maximum engine power PS (hp ISO) at 1900 engine rpm (97/68EC)

380 kW (517 hp)

421 kW (572 hp)

461 kW (628 hp)

Maximum engine power PS (hp ISO) at 1900 engine rpm (ECE-R24)

365 kW (496 hp)

404 kW (549 hp)

443 kW (602 hp)

Torque rise (nominal engine) at 1600 rpm

38 percent

38 percent

38 percent

Power bulge (nominal engine) at 1900 rpm

10 percent

10 percent

10 percent

Engine peak torque (at 1600 rpm)

2169 Nm (1600 lb-ft)

2400 Nm (1770 lb-ft)

2596 Nm (1915 lb-ft)

Constant power range

1550 rpm

Track tractor models and power ratings

Model

9470RT

9520RT

9570RT

Power estimated

Rated PTO power (hp SAE) at rated PTO engine speed (1895 erpm)**

245 kW (329 hp)

245 kW (329 hp)

245 kW (329 hp)

Rated engine power PS (hp ISO) at 2100 engine rpm (97/68EC)

346 kW (470 hp)

382 kW (520 hp)

419 kW (570 hp)

Rated engine power PS (hp ISO) at 2100 engine rpm (ECE-R24)

332 kW (451 hp)

367 kW (499 hp)

402 kW (547 hp)

Maximum engine power PS (hp ISO) at 1900 engine rpm (97/68EC)

380 kW (517 hp)

421 kW (572 hp)

461 kW (628 hp)

Maximum engine power PS (hp ISO) at 1900 engine rpm (ECE-R24)

365 kW (496 hp)

404 kW (549 hp)

443 kW (602 hp)

Torque rise (nominal engine) at 1600 rpm

38 percent

38 percent

36 percent

Power bulge (nominal engine) at 1900 rpm

10 percent

10 percent

10 percent

Engine peak torque (at 1600 rpm)

2169 Nm (1600 lb-ft)

2400 Nm (1770 lb-ft)

2596 Nm (1915 lb-ft)

How is rated and maximum power determined?

John Deere uses a precise procedure to measure engine-only power levels. The 97/68EC standard is widely used worldwide in the agricultural industry and relates to the power a tractor has as a complete functioning unit. The 97/68EC standard is required in the European Union (EU). However, the procedure only requires that a production engine and radiator are used on a dynamometer test. See the engine horsepower standards information for more detailed explanations of the different standards.

Basic engine specifications
Manufacturer/typeJohn Deere PowerTech 13.5L (824 cu in.)
Rated speed2100 rpm
TypeDiesel, in-line, 6-cylinder, wet sleeve with four valves in head
AspirationFixed geometry turbocharger with air-to-air after cooling
Filter, engine airDual stage with engine cooling fan aspiration
Displacement13.5L (824 cu in.)
Bore and stroke132 mm (5.2 in.) x 165 mm (6.5 in.)
Compression ratio16:0:1
LubricationFull-pressure, full-flow filtration with bypass
Oil filterReplaceable spin-on style oil filter
Fuel system (type)Self-priming, electronically controlled unit injectors
Filter systemTwo-stage with water separator and service required indicator light
Primary filter10-micron replaceable cartridge
Secondary filter2-micron spin-on element

304.8-cm (120-in.) track spacing for 9RX Series Tractors with 76.2-cm and 91.4-cm (30-in. and 36-in.) tracks