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    John Deere 2010

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    1960 - 1965   New Generation Series
    Row-Crop tractor
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    Production:

    Manufacturer:John Deere
    Factory:Dubuque, Iowa, USA
    Original price (USD):$4,600 (1965)
     

    Variants:

    2010C:crawler version
     

    John Deere 2010 Engines:

       John Deere 2.4L 4-cyl gasoline
       John Deere 2.7L 4-cyl diesel
       John Deere 2.4L 4-cyl LP gas
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    Capacity:

    Fuel:16 gal [60.6 L]
    Hydraulic system:8 gal [30.3 L]
     

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:live optional
    Rear RPM:540/1000
    Engine RPM:540@1900
     

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:87 inches [220 cm]
    Weight:5054 to 6392 pounds
    Front tire:6.00/6.50/7.50-16
    Rear tire:12.4/13.6/14.9-28
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    2010 Serial Numbers:

    Location:Right-hand side of engine block.
    photo of 2010 serial number

    1960: 10001
    1961: 10991
    1962: 21087
    1963: 31250
    1964: 44036
    1965: 58186

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    John Deere 2010 Power:

    Drawbar (tested):39.28 hp [29.3 kW]
    PTO (tested):46.86 hp [34.9 kW]
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    Mechanical:

    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    Steering:power optional
    Brakes:differential mechanical dry disc
    Cab:Open operator station.
     

    Hydraulics:

    Type:open center
    Capacity:8 gal [30.3 L]
    Pressure:1150 psi [79.3 bar]
    Valves:1 or 2
    Total flow:11 gpm [41.6 lpm]
     

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