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    John Deere 520

    John Deere 520 tractor photo
    1956 - 1958   Two-Cylinder 20 Series
    Row-Crop tractor
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    Manufacturer:John Deere
    Factory:Waterloo, Iowa, USA
    Total built:13,000
    Original price (USD):$2,300 (1958)

    John Deere 520 Engines:

       John Deere 3.1L 2-cyl gasoline
       John Deere 3.1L 2-cyl all-fuel
       John Deere 3.1L 2-cyl LP gas
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    Fuel:15.5 gal [58.7 L] (all-fuel)
     18 gal [68.1 L] (gasoline)
     33 gal [124.9 L] (LP gas)
    Aux. fuel:2 gal [7.6 L]
    Hydraulic system:2.5 gal [9.5 L]

    3-Point Hitch:

    Rear Type:II*Optional

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:independent
    Rear RPM:540

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:90 inches [228 cm]
    Weight:4960 to 6600 pounds
    Front tire:5.50-16
    Rear tire:12.4-36
    full dimensions and tires ...

    John Deere 520 attachments:

     front-end loader
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    520 Serial Numbers:

    Location:Right side of tractor frame near pulley
    photo of 520 serial number

    1956: 5200000
    1957: 5202982
    1958: 5209029
    Final: 5213189

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    John Deere 520 Power:

    Drawbar (claimed):25.63 hp [19.1 kW]
    Belt (claimed):32.38 hp [24.1 kW]
    Drawbar (tested):33.30 hp [24.8 kW]
    Belt (tested):37.52 hp [28.0 kW]
    power test details ...


    Chassis:4x2 2WD
     power optional
    Brakes:differential mechanical expanding shoe
    Cab:Open operator station.


    Capacity:2.5 gal [9.5 L]





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