The John Deere 9600 series combine features a turbocharged six-cylinder diesel engine with a power output of 304.4 horsepower and a fuel capacity of just over 250 gallons. This type combines a regular hydraulic gearbox with a 55-inch-wide, 68-inch-long conveyor that can reach speeds of 520 rpm. Without an attachment, the operational weight of a 9600 model combine is slightly over 3,0681 pounds.
The 9600 combine has a rotor with a diameter of 29.5 inches, a length of 123.2 inches, and a speed range of 210 to 1,000 rpm for threshing. The 9600 has a total threshing concave area of 1705 square inches. The 9600 additionally has a rotary separator with a separating area of 2387 square inches and a discharge gate area of 558 square inches.
The 9600 has a total cleaning area of 7099 square inches and a cleaning fan that rotates between 500 and 1,200 rpm. The grain tank on board has a capacity of just over 250 bushels. With a 14.3 foot discharge height, the 21.3 foot unloading auger can unload between 2.2 and 77.5 bushels per second. From 1989 through 1997, John Deere produced the 9600 series combine.
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