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    John Deere 70 - engine

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    1953 - 1956
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    Engine Detail:

     John Deere
     gasoline
     2-cylinder 4-valve
     liquid-cooled
     379.5 ci [6.2 L]
    Bore/Stroke:5.875x7.00 inches [149 x 178 mm]
    Air cleaner:oil bath
    Compression:6.15:1
    Rated RPM:975
    Firing order:1-2
    Starter volts:12
    Coolant capacity:34 qts [32.2 L]
     

    Engine Detail:

     John Deere
     all-fuel
     2-cylinder
     liquid-cooled
     412.5 ci [6.8 L]
    Bore/Stroke:6.125x7.00 inches [156 x 178 mm]
    Compression:4.6:1
    Rated RPM:975
    Firing order:1-2
    Starter volts:12
     

    Engine Detail:

     John Deere
     LP gas
     2-cylinder
     liquid-cooled
     379.5 ci [6.2 L]
    Bore/Stroke:5.875x7.00 inches [149 x 178 mm]
    Compression:7.3:1
    Rated RPM:975
    Firing order:1-2
    Starter volts:12
     

    Engine Detail:

    The diesel engine on the model 70 used a 18.85 cubic inch 4-cylinder starting engine.
     John Deere
     diesel
     2-cylinder
     liquid-cooled
     375.6 ci [6.2 L]
    Bore/Stroke:6.125x6.375 inches [156 x 162 mm]
    Compression:16:1
    Rated RPM:1125
    Firing order:1-2
    Starter type:Gasoline pony engine
    Coolant capacity:28 qts [26.5 L]
     

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