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John Deere 820

John Deere 820 tractor photo
1956 - 1958   Two-Cylinder 20 Series
Standard-tread tractor
Previous model:John Deere 80
Next model:John Deere 830
Series back:John Deere 720





The early model 820 "Green Dash" tractors were little-changed from the previous model 80. in 1957, for the 1958 production year, the improved 820 "Black Dash" tractors appeared with a number of modifications and more horsepower.
 

Production:

Manufacturer:John Deere
Factory:Waterloo, Iowa, USA
Total built:7,080
 

John Deere 820 Engine:

   John Deere 7.7L 2-cyl diesel
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Capacity:

Fuel:32.5 gal [123.0 L]
Aux. fuel:0.25 gal [0.9 L]
 

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:independent
Rear RPM:540
 

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:85.25 inches [216 cm]
Weight:7850 to 12000 pounds
Front tire:7.50-18
Rear tire:15-34
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820 Serial Numbers:

photo of 820 serial number

1956: 8000000 (green-dash)
1957: 8200565 (green-dash)
1957: 8203100 (black-dash)
1958: 8203850 (black-dash)
Final: 8207080 (black-dash)

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John Deere 820 Power:

Belt (claimed):67 hp [50.0 kW] (Green Dash)
 75 hp [55.9 kW] (Black Dash)
Plows:5-6
Drawbar (tested):67.15 hp [50.1 kW]
Belt (tested):72.82 hp [54.3 kW]
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Mechanical:

Chassis:4x2 2WD
Steering:manual
 power optional
Cab:Open operator station. Steel cab optional.
 

Hydraulics:

Type:Powr-Trol
Valves:1
 

Belt Pulley:

Diameter:12.2 inches [30 cm]
Width:9 inches [22 cm]
RPM:1125
Speed:3,600 ft/min [1097.28 meters/min]
 

Electrical:

Ground:positive
 

Battery:

Number:1
Volts:6
 

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