New Holland Versatile 9682
New Holland 9682 versatile tractor Big Boy of (C.L. Collins) at Astwood Bank 09 - IMG 3582
9682 from UK Contractor Colin L Collins Ltd on Show at the Astwood Bank Vintage Gathering
Model history
Model introduced 1994
Model discontinued 1997
Model status Discontinued
Preceded by Ford Versatile 9680
Superseded by New Holland Versatile 9684
Engine Specification
Engine make Cummins
Engine model N14-360
Fuel type Diesel
Power hp 337
Power kW 251
Governed rpm 2100
Displacement cu in /(litre) 855 cu in
No. of Cylinders 6
Cooling system Water
Transmission Details
Transmission type Unknown
Forward 12
Reverse 4 (Quadra-Sync)
2 (Powershift)
Drive 4WD
General Data
Linkage Category Cat IV N/III
Lift capacity (lb/kg) 13,000 lbs
P.T.O rpm 1000
Tractor Dimensions
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 19,730 to 31,865 lbs
Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters 14.45 ft
Wheelbase 133 in
Other info
Factories Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Plow rating Unknown
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NH Versatile 9682 4WD - 1997 The New Holland 9682 was an 4WD Articulated tractor built in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada at the Versatile plant which New Holland had bought. It features either a 337 hp (251 kW) or 360 hp (270 kW) Cummins engine.[1]

Model historyEdit

For Company history, see New Holland.

Variations & optionsEdit

  • Engine updated from 337 hp to 360 hp (pto)
  • Drawbar only or Linkage option.

Serial numbersEdit

  • unknown

Competitor modelsEdit


Most of these tractors are still working, but as interest in High HP machines increases, they are turning up on the show circuit and always attract a crowd, as the public rarely see them up close and enthusiast are also attracted by the sheer size of them. For most collectors, these size machines are aspirational, as few have the shed (Garage) space to house them. The previous Ford FW series are gaining in popularity with serious collectors (with deep pockets to run and move them).

References / sourcesEdit

  • Tractor Data.Com for some spec details
  • Ultimate Tractor Power, Vol. 2, Peter D. Simpson, Japonica Press, 2002, p.55

External linksEdit

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