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John Deere 730 - engine

John Deere 730 tractor photo
1958 - 1961   Two-Cylinder 30 Series
Row-Crop tractor
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Engine Detail:

 John Deere
 gasoline
 2-cylinder 4-valve
 liquid-cooled
 360.5 ci [5.9 L]
Bore/Stroke:6.00x6.375 inches [152 x 162 mm]
Fuel use:4.514 gal/hour [17.1 l/hour]
Air cleaner:oil bath
Compression:6.14:1
Rated RPM:1125
Starter volts:12
Coolant capacity:29 qts [27.4 L]
 

Engine Detail:

 John Deere
 all-fuel
 2-cylinder 4-valve
 liquid-cooled
 360.5 ci [5.9 L]
Bore/Stroke:6.00x6.375 inches [152 x 162 mm]
Fuel use:3.891 gal/hour [14.7 l/hour]
Air cleaner:oil bath
Compression:4.91:1
Rated RPM:1125
Firing order:1-2
Starter volts:12
Coolant capacity:29 qts [27.4 L]
 

Engine Detail:

 John Deere
 LP gas
 2-cylinder 4-valve
 liquid-cooled
 360.5 ci [5.9 L]
Bore/Stroke:6.00x6.375 inches [152 x 162 mm]
Fuel use:5.984 gal/hour [22.6 l/hour]
Air cleaner:oil bath
Compression:7.94:1
Rated RPM:1125
Firing order:1-2
Starter volts:12
Coolant capacity:29 qts [27.4 L]
 

Engine Detail:

 John Deere
 diesel
 2-cylinder 4-valve
 liquid-cooled
 376 ci [6.2 L]
Bore/Stroke:6.125x6.375 inches [156 x 162 mm]
Fuel use:3.153 gal/hour [11.9 l/hour]
Air cleaner:oil bath
Compression:16:1
Rated RPM:1125
Firing order:1-2
Starter:pony motor*Four-cylinder 6V electric-start gasoline pony power used to warm and start the diesel engine.
 electric*Electric start became available as an option on the 720 Diesel in 1958.
Starter volts:6 (diesel pony)
 24 (diesel electric)
 

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