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    John Deere 410G

    John Deere 410G backhoe photo
    2001 - 2007
    Backhoe loader tractor
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    Production:

    Manufacturer:John Deere
    Factory:-unknown-
    Total built:-unknown-
    Original price (USD):-unknown-
     

    John Deere 410G Engine:

       John Deere 4-cyl diesel
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    Capacity:

    Fuel:36 gal [136.3 L]
    Hydraulic system:26 gal [98.4 L]
     

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:82.7 inches [210 cm]
    Weight:15000 to 18500 pounds
    Front tire:11L-16
    Rear tire:19.5L-24
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    Backhoe & Loader:

    Dig depth:190 to 240 inches
    Dump angle:-unknown-
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    410G Serial Numbers:


    - Serial numbers unknown -
     
     

    John Deere 410G Power:

    Engine:96 hp [71.6 kW]
     

    Mechanical:

    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    4x4 MFWD 4WD (optional)
    Steering:hydrostatic power
    Brakes:hydraulic wet disc
    Cab:ROPS canopy
    cab with heat and A/C optional
     

    Hydraulics:

    Type:pressure compensated load sensing (PCLS)
    Capacity:26 gal [98.4 L]
    Pressure:3625 psi [249.9 bar]
    Total flow:43 gpm [162.8 lpm]
     

    Electrical:

    Ground:-unknown-
    Charging system:alternator
    Charging amps:90
     

    Battery:

    Number:1
    2(optional)
    Cold-cranking amps:950
    Volts:12
     

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