Manufactured between 1999 and 2002, the John Deere 250 skid steer continues to be a workhorse in the construction industry today. The 250 skid steer sports a 3029T John Deere engine that provides 64.4 gross horsepower and 61 net horsepower.
The JD 250 skid steer's operation weight is 6,250 poundsand has a fuel capacity of 15 gallons.The maximum speed of the 250 skid steer is 8.5 miles per hour.The 250 skid steer's operating load rating is 1,750 pounds.The skid steer's tipping load and breakout force are 3,600 pounds and 5,500 pounds, respectively.Other specs for the JohnDeere 250 skid steer include:
Pump Type is hydrostatic
The pump flow capacity is 17.6 gallons/minute
The relief valve pressure is 3100 psi
The 250 skid steer's length with bucket is 10.5 feet
The 250 skid steer's length without bucket8.5 feet
The machine's width over tires is 5.8 feet
The height to the top of the cab is 6.4 feet
The clearance at maximum lift and dump is 7.5 feet
The skid steer's wheelbase is 3.5 feet
The ground clearance is 9.6 inches
The John Deere 250 skid steerreach at maximum lift and dump is 28.1 inches
The turning radius from the center, machine rear is 61.4 inches; and
The turning radius from the center, including bucket is 78.9 inches.
John Deere History at a Glance
John Deere of Rutland, Vermont moved to Grand Detour, Illinois to escape bankruptcy in 1836; he would soon find fortune there. A blacksmith, John Deere opened a shop in Illinois in 1837 and began serving as a general repairman for Grand Detour; he also made small tools, including pitchforks and shovels.
The self-scouring steel plowwould help him begin to make a big name for himself. Most farmers used iron or wooden plows, but these had to be cleaned frequently. The smooth-sided steel plow solved this problem and contributed tomigration into the American Great Plains in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
They rest, as the cliché goes, is history. Today, Deere & Company employs approximately 67,000 people worldwide and is the largest agriculture machinery company in the world.
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