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John Deere 1050 Tractor Price, Specs, Review & Features

John Deere 1050 Price, Specs, HP, Reviews, Features, Images

The John Deere 1050 tractor is the largest in the series that also includes the John Deere 950 Tractors, and John Deere 850 tractors.  The John Deere 1050 tractor is available with either a 4X4 MFWD 4WD or a 4X2 2WD chassis, depending on your requirements. Whether you can choose a 4X2 or a 4X4  model, they both come with the same engine.

This is a Yanmar 3 cylinder engine model It has a total displacement of 1.7 liters. The engine is turbocharged and has a dual paper air filter provided to filter dust and other particulate matter from the air input before it enters the engine. A 6.2-liter liquid cooling system stops the Yanmar engine from overheating.

The engine powers the wheels through a transmission that gives it 8 speeds going forwards and 2 when it’s reversing. The top speed of the John Deere 1050 tractor is 20.1 kph.

It is not designed with a cab as standard. Rather it has a 2 post-ROPS (roll over protection system), so if you do plan on using it in areas with severe weather, you may consider either another machine that does have a cab or maybe you could make your own. 

John Deere 1050 Tractor Price

Price:  $15,000 USD (1989)

John Deere 1050 Tractor Key facts

  • Engine: Yanmar turbocharged diesel 3-cylinder liquid-cooled
  • Power: 37 hp
  • Rated RPM: 2400
  • GearBox: 8 forward and 2 reverse
  • Oil capacity: 6.6 L

John Deere 1050 Tractor Serial Number

  • 1980: 1000
  • 1981: 5280
  • 1982: 6572
  • 1983: 9001
  • 1984: 11006
  • 1985: 14001
  • 1986: 17001
  • 1987: 19501
  • 1988: 21479
  • Final: 23734

John Deere 1050 Tractor Specifications

ENGINE
Engine Yanmar turbocharged diesel 3-cylinder liquid-cooled 105 ci [1.7 L]
Bore/Stroke: 3.54×3.54 inches [90 x 90 mm]
Power (gross): 37 hp [27.6 kW]
Air cleaner: dual paper elements
Compression: 20.4:1
Rated RPM: 2400
Starter volts: 12
Oil capacity: 7 qts [6.6 L]
Coolant capacity: 6.5 qts [6.2 L]
TRANSMISSION
Type: sliding gear
Gears: 8 forward and 2 reverse
Clutch: 255mm mechanical dry disc
Oil capacity: 28.5 qts [27.0 L]
TIRES
Ag front: 6.00-16
Ag rear: 13.6-28
DIMENSIONS
Weight (shipping): 2933 lbs [1330 kg] (2WD)
3142 lbs [1425 kg] (4WD)
Weight (operating): 3400 lbs [1542 kg] (4WD)
Weight (ballasted): 4140 lbs [1877 kg]
Wheelbase: 68.9 inches [175 cm]
Length: 122 inches [309 cm]
Width: 65 inches [165 cm]
2WD Height (hood): 55.1 inches [139 cm]
4WD Height (hood): 54 inches [137 cm]
Front tread: 49 inches [124 cm]
Rear tread: 51 to 75 inches
[129 to 190 cm]
MECHANICAL
Chassis: 4×2 2WD
4×4 MFWD 4WD
Steering: manual
Brakes: differential mechanical internal expanding shoe
Cab: Two-post ROPS.
HYDRAULICS
Type: open center
Capacity: 6.875 gal [26.0 L]
Pressure: 2030 psi [140.0 bar]
Pump flow: 7.5 gpm [28.4 lpm]
ELECTRICAL
Ground: negative
BATTERY
Number: 1
Volts: 12

John Deere 1050 Tractor Attachments

72″ MOWER DECK
Type: mid-mount John Deere 172
3-blade
Cutting width: 72 inches [182 cm]
BLADE
Type: front-mount John Deere 423
Width: 72 inches [182 cm]
LOADER
Loader type: John Deere 75
LOADER
Loader type: John Deere 80
Height (to pin): 93.5 inches [237 cm]
Clearance, dumped bucket: 75.2 inches [191 cm]
Dump reach: 23.8 inches [60 cm]
Dump angle: 40
Reach at ground: 53.2 inches [135 cm]
Rollback at ground: 21
Breakout force (lift): 1,800 lbs [816 kg]
Breakout force (bucket): 2,040 lbs [925 kg]
Lift to full height (at pin): 910 lbs [412 kg]
Lift to 1.5m (at pin): 1,125 lbs [510 kg]
Bucket width: 53 inches [134 cm]
Raise time to height: 4.1 s
Bucket dump time: 4.5 s
Lowering time: 2.5 s
Rollback time: 2.8 s
BACKHOE
Backhoe type: John Deere 8A
Weight: 950 lbs [430 kg]
2-Foot flat digging depth: 102 inches [259 cm]
Reach from pivot: 133 inches [337 cm]
Loading height: 82 inches [208 cm]
Bucket force: 3,200 lbs [1451 kg]

John Deere 1050 Tractor Video

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  • Bought my JD 1050 back in march and just started having problems getting it in gear, its as if the clutch is not disengaging so it just grinds, not sure what all the functions of the three point are so i try different things and it seems i did something that allowed it to go into gear last time but nothing this time. sincerely confused