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# 915 V-Ripper

- Excellent residue-handling capability
- Integral hitch provides excellent maneuverability
- Single or dual gauge wheels available
- Coulter blades slice through surface residue

## Specs & Compare

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Select up to 4 models to compare specifications | John Deere 915 V-Ripper |

### Key Specs

Working width | Option 1: 2.5 m, 8.33 ft Option 2: 3.2 m, 10.42 ft Option 3: 3.8 m, 12.5 ft Option 4: 3.6 m, 11.67 ft Option 5: 4.44 m, 14.58 ft Option 6: 5.3 m, 17.5 ft Option 7: 4.6 m, 15 ft Option 8: 5.72 m, 18.75 ft Option 9: 6.9 m, 22.5 ft Option 10: 5.59 m, 18.33 ft |
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Transport width | Option 1: 4.2 m, 13.75 ft Option 2: 4.2 m, 13.75 ft Option 3: 4.2 m, 13.75 ft Option 4: 5.36 m, 17.58 ft Option 5: 5.36 m, 17.58 ft Option 6: 5.36 m, 17.58 ft Option 7: 5.36 m, 17.58 ft; Or with extensions: 6.91 m, 22.67 ft Option 8: 5.36 m, 17.58 ft; Or with extensions: 6.91 m, 22.67 ft Option 9: 5.36 m, 17.58 ft; Or with extensions: 6.91 m, 22.67 ft Option 10: 5.36 m, 17.58 ft; Or with extensions: 6.91 m, 22.67 ft |
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Operating depth | Maximum 58.4 cm 23 in. |
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Spacings | 50.8 cm 20 in. 63.5 cm 25 in. 76.2 cm 30 in. |

### Tool configuration

Type | V-Ripper | |||
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Option 1 | Standard: 5, spacing: 50.8 cm 20 in. |
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Option 2 | Standard: 5, spacing: 63.5 cm 25 in. |
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Option 3 | Standard: 5, spacing: 76.2 cm 30 in. |
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Option 4 | Standard: 5, spacing: 76.2 cm 30 in. |
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Option 5 | Standard: 7, spacing: 63.5 cm 25 in. |
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Option 6 | Standard: 7, spacing: 76.2 cm 30 in. |
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Option 7 | Standard: 9, spacing: 50.8 cm 20 in. |
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Option 8 | Standard: 9, spacing: 63.5 cm 25 in. |
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Option 9 | Standard: 9, spacing: 76.2 cm 30 in. |
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Option 10 | Standard: 11, spacing: 50.8 cm 20 in. |
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Option 11 | Standard: 11, spacing: 63.5 cm 25 in. |
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Option 12 | Standard: 13, spacing: 50.8 cm 20 in. |
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### Working width

Option 1 | 2.5 m 8.33 ft |
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Option 2 | 3.2 m 10.42 ft |
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Option 3 | 3.8 m 12.5 ft |
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Option 4 | 3.6 m 11.67 ft |
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Option 5 | 4.44 m 14.58 ft |
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Option 6 | 5.3 m 17.5 ft |
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Option 7 | 4.6 m 15 ft |
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Option 8 | 5.72 m 18.75 ft |
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Option 9 | 6.9 m 22.5 ft |
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Option 10 | 5.59 m 18.33 ft |
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Option 11 | 5.99 m 22.92 ft |
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Option 12 | 6.6 m 21.67 ft |
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### Transport width

Option 1 | 4.2 m 13.75 ft |
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Option 2 | 4.2 m 13.75 ft |
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Option 3 | 4.2 m 13.75 ft |
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Option 4 | 5.36 m 17.58 ft |
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Option 5 | 5.36 m 17.58 ft |
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Option 6 | 5.36 m 17.58 ft |
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Option 7 | 5.36 m 17.58 ft Or with extensions: 6.91 m 22.67 ft |
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Option 8 | 5.36 m 17.58 ft Or with extensions: 6.91 m 22.67 ft |
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Option 9 | 5.36 m 17.58 ft Or with extensions: 6.91 m 22.67 ft |
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Option 10 | 5.36 m 17.58 ft Or with extensions: 6.91 m 21.67 ft |
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Option 11 | 5.36 m 17.58 ft Or with extensions: 6.91 m 22.67 ft |
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Option 12 | 6.91 m 22.67 ft |
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### Operating depth

Maximum | 58.4 cm 23 in. |
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### Frame

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Maximum underframe clearance | Shear-bolt: 90.2 cm 35.5 in. Cushion-trip: 95.3 cm 37.5 in. Safety-trip and spring-reset: 100.8 cm 39.7 in. |

### Operating speed

Miles per hour |
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### Horsepower required

Horsepower per standard |
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### Depth control

Option 1 | Intergral units are controlled by tractor, rockshaft, and gauge wheels | |||
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Option 3 |

### Hydraulic requirements

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### Hitch

Options | Integral | |||
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Three-point hitch requirements | Category 2,3 or 3N | |||

Pull-type description |

### Standard options

Spacings | 50.8 cm 20 in. 63.5 cm 25 in. 76.2 cm 30 in. |
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Option 1 | Trip force 5,443 kg 12,000 lb Standard type Straight or parabolic with wear shin Shear-bolt |
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Option 2 | Trip force 2,540 kg 5,600 lb Standard type Straight with wear shin or parabolic Safety-trip |
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Option 3 | Trip force 2,404 kg 5,300 lb Standard type Straight with wear shin or parabolic Cushion-trip |
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Option 4 | Trip force 1,451.5 to 2,404 kg 3,200 to 5,300 lb Standard type Parabolic Spring-reset rock standard |

### Coulters

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Type | Shear bolt or cushioned | |||

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Blades | Shear bolt: rippled blades: 45.7 cm 18 in. 50.8 cm 20 in. or 55.9 cm 22 in. Cushioned: rippled blades: 45.7 cm or 50.8 cm |

### Closing wheel attachment

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### Stabilizer/gauge wheels

Type | Gauge wheels | |||
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Wheels | 12.7x17.8 cm 5x7 in. |
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Tires | 9.5L-15, 8PR |

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### Additional information

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### Ground-engaging components

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## Financing

#### Learn more about financing options for this piece of equipment including:

- John Deere Revolving Plan account
- John Deere Multi-Use account
- Installment financing options
- Equipment leasing
- 10 Year Platinum Warranty Package

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