Wednesday, November 29, 2017

The new Indifferent Deere V2.0

After almost 1 year of building, the new John Deere Component Super Stock Tractor of the Indifferent Deere Pulling Team from Herning in Denmark is ready. The new Component Tractor received a Domex wedge frame with a chrome-moly Rollcage of the old Double D from Willem Veldhuizen, a homemade hydraulic power steering, a Rockwell rear axle housing, John Deere 6000/8000 series aluminium fenders and a new John Deere 7310R sheet metal hood. The groundwork on the Chassis and the rearend was made by Willem Veldhuizen and his Crew of Veldhuizen Special Product from Loosdrecht, in the Netherlands. The rest of the welding work on the chassis were made by the Danish Team himself in their workshop in Herning. The new hood basic on the current John Deere 7R series.
The Danish Team bought for the new vehicle a set of used Midwest aluminium rims with cut Firestone Puller 2000 HP tires.
The rearend of the new John Deere has a Rockwell SQHD center section with a Rockwell diff, a Rockwell SQHD ring and pinion gear, a single wheel brake system and aluminium planetary carrier housing with special made Mercedes planetaries.
The Super Stock also got a SCS reverser with a homemade driveline, a Crower centrifugal clutch with 5 discs and a Browell aluminium clutch bell housing.
The new Indifferent Deere V2.0 is powered by a 6 cylinder John Deere engine with 10l capacity on alcohol fuel. The JD power plant was took over from the old Indifferent Deere Pulling Tractor and received a new crankshaft. The engine has a 4255 JD block with a aluminium head, 3 Holset turbochargers, a homemade intake and exhaust manifold, a self built fuel tank, a MSD 8 ignition and a homemade data logger with a engine control system. The JD engine should make around 3000 HP.
The Indifferent Deere Pulling Team will compete in the Danish Championship and on some Show Pulls in Europe next season.
The maiden voyage of the new Indifferent Deere V2.0 Component Super Stock is planned for the 27th of January 2017 at the Indoor Pull in Zwolle, the Netherlands.

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