John Deere 803MH Tracked Harvester

Tracked Harvester John Deere 803MH

Features & Specs

  • Engine power increased by 25%
  • Standard high-torque swing
  • Up to 45% more tractive effort
  • Factory conditioned for “plug-and-play” Waratah heads
  • Peak Power
  • 224 kW (300 hp) @ 1,900 rpm
  • Max. Boom Reach
  • 8.84 m (29 ft. 0 in.)
  • Tractive Effort
  • 245 kN (55,040 lbf)
  • Harvester Head Options
  • HTH616C, HTH622B and HTH623C


The smartly designed John Deere 803MH Tracked Harvester not only has the guts to get you into dense, challenging woods — it seizes the opportunity once you're there. Fuel-tank capacity has been increased by over 50 percent to extend intervals between fill-ups, allowing you to run up to 24 hours without refueling. The 803MH knows when and where you need power to get the job done, boasting increased horsepower to help make quick work of the woods in all conditions. Every feature of the 803MH — from the agile yet strong boom to the rugged heads — enables superb harvesting performance.


  • Key Features
  • Productivity
  • Cab Comfort
  • Uptime
  • Maintenance/Low Daily Operating Costs
  • John Deere ForestSight™


  • Capacities
  • Performance
  • Weights


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