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What are the features of a John Deere 350 Crawler?

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The John Deere 350 Crawler features a 46 gross flywheel and 42 net flywheel horsepower and a gasoline or diesel engine equipped with an air cleaner, water pump, oil lubricating pump, fuel pump and alternator. The shipping weight of the gasoline-powered variant is 9,140 pounds, while the diesel variant weighs 9,210 pounds.

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The John Deere 350 Crawler uses a John Deere variable speed three-cylinder valve-in-head four-stroke cycle engine. The gasoline-powered variant features a piston displacement of 135 cubic inches and a compression ratio of 7.5 to one. The maximum torque of this particular model is 110 pound-feet. The diesel variant features a piston displacement of 152 cubic inches and a compression ratio of 16.3 to one. It features the same maximum torque as the gasoline-powered variant.

Multiple versions of the John Deere 350 Crawler exist, such as the 350B, 350C and 350D, which feature different characteristics. For instance, the engine displacement of the diesel-powered 350B is 164 cubic inches while the displacement of the 350D is 179 cubic inches. Additionally, the 350D Crawler Bulldozer weighs 10,700 pounds and features a transport height of 7 feet and 7 inches, significantly longer than the 350B Crawler bulldozer's transport height of 7 feet. The 350D is also 1 foot and 8 inches wider than the 350B.

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