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|David Haymes||Could someone tell me what is the difference in a D6 8U and a D6 9U? Also what is the horsepower on a D318 engine?
Thank You in advance
|CatD68u||A several different things:
1. that is the serial number prefix
other than that the "tractor" is the same.
A 318 is usually rated at 85 horse.
A 318 is usually rated at 85 horse. That doesn't sound like a lot, but in a 9U you can do just about any type of building or clearing with it. You also find that engine in a lot of graders. It's a live-forever engine if you take care of it. I've had a 9U for over 30 years performing in light to medium work and never did anything to the engine except oil/filter changes and a few adjustments. It's a really good engine.