When was the John Deere 4010 made?

The John Deere 4010 was an American farm tractor in production by the John Deere Company from 1960 to 1963.

What is the difference between a John Deere 4010 and 4020?

4020 engines are bigger. 4020 has a better PTO speed change. The 4010, both front and rear PTO are the same speed as selected by the bolt on stub (which if it comes loose can cause a lot of damage). The 4020 the front PTO always runs 1000 rpm and the spline insert changes only the rear PTO speed.

What engine is in a John Deere 4010?

John Deere 4010 Engine:

Engine Overview John Deere 4.9L 6-cyl gasoline John Deere 6.2L 6-cyl diesel John deere 4.9L 6-cyl LP gas
Engine John Deere gasoline 6-cylinder liquid-cooled
Displacement: 302 ci 4.9 L
Bore/Stroke: 4.00×4.00 inches 102 x 102 mm
Compression: 7.5:1

How do I tell what year my John Deere mower is?

Locate your serial number in the third column labeled “serial number breaks.” This lists a range of serial numbers. If your serial number falls on or between the two serial numbers listed, you are in the right box. Look to the column to the left to determine the manufacture date of your lawn tractor.

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How much horsepower does a John Deere 3020 have?

John Deere 3020 Tractor Power & Engine

The 3020 offers 57 horsepower on the drawbar with a PTO of 70 horsepower. You can get the 3020 in 3.7-liter 4 cylinder gasoline engines, 4.4-liter 4 cylinder diesel engines, and 3.7-liter 4 cylinder liquefied petroleum engines.

How much horsepower does a John Deere 4320 have?

John Deere 4320

John Deere 4320 Power
Engine (gross): 48.1 hp 35.9 kW
Gear PTO (claimed): 40.5 hp 30.2 kW
Hydro PTO (claimed): 40 hp 29.8 kW
PTO (tested): 41.58 hp 31.0 kW

How much oil does a 4010 John Deere hold?

John Deere 4010 engine oil capacity: 7.6 L (8 qts).

How wide is a John Deere 4010?

John Deere 4010 Dimensions

Wheelbase: 99.25 inches 252 cm
Rear axle: 3.125 inch diameter 79 mm
Front tread: 8.375 to 18.25 inches 21 to 46 cm (tricycle)
Rear tread: 60 to 88 inches 152 to 223 cm
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