Cockshutt 1950

Cockshutt 1950 Technical Specifications

Cockshutt 1950 is a Row-Crop tractor that was produced by the John Deere between 1964 – 1969.

Below you will find detailed technical specifications for Cockshutt 1950 covering engine types, horsepower ratings, weight, height, fuel type and tank volume, oil capacity and type, hydraulic system diagram, wiring diagram, battery specs, etc.

Cockshutt 1950 Production

Manufacturer: Cockshutt (a part of White)
Type: Row-Crop tractor
Factory: Charles City, Iowa, USA
Original price: $12,700 (1974 )

Cockshutt 1950 Power

PTO (claimed): 105 hp
78.3 kW
Drawbar (tested): 98.00 hp
73.1 kW
PTO (tested): 105.79 hp
78.9 kW

Cockshutt 1950 Mechanical

Chassis: 4×2 2WD
  4×4 MFWD 4WD
Steering: hydraulic power
Brakes: differential disc
Cab: Open operator station. Optional cab.
Transmissions: 6-speed gear
  12-speed partial power shift


Fuel: 27.5 gal
104.1 L
Hydraulic system: 3.5 gal
13.2 L


Capacity: 3.5 gal
13.2 L
Pump flow: 11.7 gpm
44.3 lpm

Tracktor Hitch

Rear Type: II/I

Power Take-off (PTO)

Rear PTO: independent
Rear RPM: 540
Engine RPM: 540@2400

Cockshutt 1950 Engine detail

Engine Detail
General Motors 4-53
blower diesel
Two-cycle diesel engine with blower.
Displacement: 212.4 ci
3.5 L
Bore/Stroke: 3.875×4.50 inches
98 x 114 mm
Air cleaner: dual dry element
Compression: 21:1
Rated RPM: 2400
Starter volts: 12

Cockshutt 1950 Transmission overview

Engine Oil

Type: gear
Gears: 6 forward and 2 reverse

Cockshutt 1950 Dimensions

Wheelbase: 105 inches
266 cm (2WD)
  85.25 inches
216 cm (4WD)
Front tread: 69.7 (2WD standard) to inches
177 to 0 cm
Front tread: 66/70.75 inches
167/179 cm(4WD)
Rear tread: 74 to 82 inches
187 to 208 cm (2WD)
Rear tread: 74/82 inches
187/208 cm(4WD)

Cockshutt 1950 Weight
Operating: 12,975 lbs
5885 kg (4WD)
  11,955 lbs
5422 kg (2WD standard)
Ballasted: 15,855 lbs
7191 kg (2WD)
  19,925 lbs
9037 kg (4WD)

Cockshutt 1950 Tests

Nebraska Tractor Test 871

Nebraska Tractor Test 871
Diesel Hydra-Power 2WD
October 30 – November 11, 1964
Link: Nebraska Tractor Test 871 file
PTO performance
Power at rated engine speed: 105.79 hp
78.9 kW
Fuel use: 7.0 gal/hour
26.5 l/hour
Drawbar performance
Max power: 98.00 hp
73.1 kW
Fuel use: 7.2 gal/hour
27.3 l/hour
Gear 4-H used for power test.
Max pull: 12,880 lbs
5842 kg
Gear 2-H used for pull test.

Nebraska Tractor Test 872

Nebraska Tractor Test 872
Diesel Hydra-Power 4WD
October 30 – November 23, 1964
Link: Nebraska Tractor Test 872 file
PTO performance
Power at rated engine speed: 105.78 hp
78.9 kW
Fuel use: 7.1 gal/hour
26.9 l/hour
Drawbar performance
Max power: 93.24 hp
69.5 kW
Fuel use: 7.3 gal/hour
27.6 l/hour
Gear 4-H used for power test.
Max pull: 17,575 lbs
7972 kg
Gear 1 used for pull test.


Is Cockshutt 1950 a good tractor?

The Cockshutt 1950 is one of the great tractors in the Cockshutt (a part of White) stable, and it has earned Cockshutt (a part of White) a fantastic reputation.

How much oil does a Cockshutt 1950 take?

Check out the Cockshutt 1950 oil capacity and oil type in the engine specs section as it may vary across the engines. Keep in mind, that older models might have their oil capacity increased over time. You may compare between the early and late oil capacity.

Do tractors have VIN numbers?

Every tractor has a VIN number. The number is usually engraved below the driver’s seat. Tractor manufacturers put the number in different places on the tractor body.

What was the last year Cockshutt (a part of White) made the 1850

The Cockshutt 1950 was an agricultural tractor model made from 1964 – 1969

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