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John Deere 655B, 755B Crawler Loader Operation and Test Manual - TM1333

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The manual is relevant for the listed models: 655B, 755B / John Deere Construction / Deere & Company / John Deere / JD Models/Serial Numbers: John Deere 655B Crawler Loader: Serial numbers 10001 and up John Deere 755B Crawler Loader: Serial numbers 20001 and up Pages: 588 Publication number: TM1333 Manual Language: English Printable: Yes Delivery: Download link will appear on the checkout page after your payment is complete. # ³ "Unveiling the Ultimate Manual Download for Your Crawler Loader Repairs!" Master the art of maintaining your John Deere 655B and 755B Crawler Loaders with our comprehensive repair manual. Packed with a wealth of knowledge, this guide equips you with the skills and information to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain these powerful machines. With this manual in your digital library, you can confidently navigate the mechanical complexities of your crawler loader, turning potential downtime into productive uptime. Engine Specs/Technical Specifications: • John Deere 655B and 755B Crawler Loaders are powered by a John Deere 6.8L 6-cyl diesel engine. • This engine provides a power output of approximately 145 hp in the 655B and around 190 hp in the 755B. • Both models feature hydrostatic transmissions, allowing for smoother operation. • They are equipped with a torque converter for enhanced pulling power and efficiency. • The 655B model features a fuel tank capacity of approximately 65 gallons, while the 755B has a larger capacity of around 75 gallons. • These crawler loaders feature powerful hydraulic systems to efficiently operate the loader. • The operating weight of the 655B is approximately 37,500 lbs, and the 755B is around 43,000 lbs. • Both models have a width-over-tracks of approximately 7 feet. • The track gauge in both models is typically around 6 feet. • These machines come with an advanced suspension system, offering better traction and comfort. • They offer a high-speed travel of up to 6 mph in forward and reverse gears. • The digging depth of the 655B and 755B is approximately 3 feet. • The maximum lift height of these machines is around 11 feet. • The bucket capacity of the 655B is about 1.5 cubic yards, while the 755B offers a larger capacity of around 2 cubic yards. • The breakout force offered by these models can reach up to 23,000 lbs. • These crawler loaders feature an advanced cooling system to maintain optimal engine temperatures. • Both models come with a spacious and comfortable operator's cab. • They feature robust undercarriage designs that are built to last in tough conditions. • The hydraulic oil change interval for these machines is about 2,000 hours. • The ground pressure of the 655B is approximately 9 psi, and the 755B is around 10 psi. • Both models come with excellent ground clearance, making them suitable for rugged terrain. • They are designed with superior noise suppression systems for quiet operation. • These machines come with powerful halogen work lights for night-time operations. • The serviceability of these crawler loaders is enhanced by easy access to the engine and other major components. • The 655B and 755B models are known for their superior durability and reliability. Facts and Details: - The John Deere 655B and 755B Crawler Loaders were part of the company's long line of innovative construction machinery. - These machines were designed for heavy-duty tasks, including construction, land clearing, and road building. - The 655B and 755B models were known for their durability, largely due to their heavy-duty undercarriage design. - These models were among the first to feature hydrostatic transmissions, offering greater control and efficiency. - The 755B was the larger of the two models, offering more horsepower and a larger bucket capacity. - These machines were known for their comfort features, including a spacious operator's cab and advanced suspension system. - The robust design and reliability of these models have made them a popular choice in the used machinery market, even years after they've been phased - out. Maintenance Intervals, General Maintenance Tips, and Common Issues: - Engine oil and filter should be changed every 250 hours of operation. - Hydraulic oil and filter should be replaced every 2,000 hours. - The undercarriage should be inspected daily for signs of wear or damage. - The cooling system should be flushed and the coolant replaced annually. - Common issues include wear of the undercarriage components and hydraulic leaks. Regular inspection and maintenance can prevent these issues. - Always keep the radiator clean and free of debris to ensure proper cooling. - Grease all moving parts regularly to reduce wear and ensure smooth operation. Popular Tuning Tips or Modifications: Some owners replace the standard bucket with a larger capacity bucket for more efficient loading. Adding an enclosed cab with heating and air conditioning can improve operator comfort. Installing LED work lights can enhance visibility for night-time operations. Upgrading the seat can enhance operator comfort during long hours of operation. Some owners choose to install aftermarket tracks for specific ground conditions. Available Accessories and Aftermarket Options: Buckets of different sizes and types for various applications. Enclosed cab with heating and air conditioning. LED work lights for enhanced visibility. Aftermarket seats for increased comfort. Specialty tracks for specific ground conditions. Owner Reviews and Opinions: Owners of the John Deere 655B and 755B Crawler Loaders praise their power and reliability. Some owners note that maintenance can be time-consuming due to the large number of moving parts. The comfortable operator's cab is often commended by operators. Some owners report issues with the undercarriage wearing quickly in harsh conditions. Most Frequently Carried Out Repairs: - Changing engine oil and filter. - Replacing hydraulic oil and filter. - Repairing or replacing worn undercarriage components. - Fixing hydraulic leaks. - Flushing and replacing coolant. To start the procurement of your all-encompassing John Deere troubleshooting PDF, tap on the red icon. Secure your purchase with PayPal on the RepairLoader marketplace and commence your mastery over repairs! Following the completion of your payment, the download link for your official John Deere OEM shop manual/parts list will become visible on the checkout confirmation page. Furthermore, we will promptly dispatch an email to you with all the details pertaining to your payment and download. §
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