John Deere 9500 Combine Specs

Updated April 17, 2017

Deere & Company, commonly known as John Deere, supplies agriculture, construction and forestry equipment and offers credit lines and crop insurance. The company produced the John Deere 9500 Combine from 1989 to 1997. The combine is from the company's agriculture line and is designed for use with corn and bean crops.


The 9500 Combine offers a six-cylinder Deere engine that runs on diesel fuel. In 1990 the company increased the engine power to 200 horsepower. In 1991 John Deere began offering the 9500 combine with two power options, a small grain version with 215hp and a corn and rice version with 235hp. In 1992 the company installed new generation engines in the 9500 combine. The 9500 Combine features 466 cubic inch displacement. In 1995, John Deere added a four-wheel drive option.

Transmission and Drive Train

The 9500 Combine offers a standard three-speed hydrostatic transmission, with forward and reverse. The drive train comes standard as two-wheel drive.

Measurements and Attachments

The 9500 combine features a 204-bushel grain tank capacity. The front tires measure 24.5 by 32 inches and the back tires measure 14.9 by 24 inches. The combine weighs 10938kg and offers a total separating area of 9,703 square inches. The 9500 combine offers optional chopper, spreader and separator attachments.

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