John Deere began as a company manufacturing steel farming ploughs in the 1830s. In 1863, the company released the Hawkeye Riding Cultivator, the first riding farm implement manufactured by John Deere. Sixty years later, they released the Model "D" tractor which would be a part of the John Deere product line until 1963. The John Deere 2030 tractor was first produced in 1971 and manufactured until 1975.
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The John Deere 2030 tractor has a 4-cylinder 3.6-litre diesel engine with a bore of 4.02 inches and a stroke of 4.33 inches. The engine is liquid cooled and produces 68-horsepower. It is rated for 2500 rpms. The tractor holds 19.5 gallons of fuel.
The tractor has a collar shift standard transmission with 8 forward gears and 4 reverse. The right gear lever has four gear selections and the left lever has high and low ranges for the gears, reverse, and park. The oil capacity of the transmission is 10 qts.
Mechanical and Electrical
The John Deere 2030 has power steering and hydraulic wet brakes. It can be fitted with one or two 12-volt batteries and the cold-cranking amperage is 370 amps. The tractor has a category one or category two 3-point hitch on the rear.
Dimensions and Weight
The 2030 tractor is 139.5 inches long, 69.5 inches wide and 81.25 inches high. It has an 86-inch wheelbase and weighs 2177kg.
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