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John Deere 2510

John Deere 2510 tractor photo
1965 - 1968
Row-Crop tractor
Next model:John Deere 2520

The John Deere model 2510 used a 2020 engine fitted to a modified 3020 chassis. The tractor met the need for a smaller row-crop tractor, still popular in the United States in the late 1960s.


Manufacturer:John Deere
Factory:Waterloo, Iowa, USA
Total built:14,869 (total row-crop)
 8,023 (gas Syncro)
 5,516 (diesel Syncro)
 817 (diesel Power Shift)
 513 (gas Power Shift)



John Deere 2510 Engines:

   John Deere 3.0L 4-cyl gasoline
   John Deere 3.3L 4-cyl diesel
full engine details ...


Fuel:26 gal [98.4 L]
Hydraulic system:11 gal [41.6 L] (SyncroRange)
 14 gal [53.0 L] (PowerShift)

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:II/I
Control:position and lower-link draft control

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:independent
Rear RPM:540/1000 (1.375)
 1000 (1.375)
Engine RPM:540@2100
Front PTO:optional
Front RPM:1000
Engine RPM:1000@2100

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:90 inches [228 cm]
Weight:6200 to 6745 pounds
Front tire:6.00-16
Rear tire:13.6-38
full dimensions and tires ...

2510 Serial Numbers:

Location:Serial number plate on the rear of the John Deere 2510, above the PTO shaft.
photo of 2510 serial number

1966: 1000
1967: 8958
1968: 14291
Final: 16501

how to read serial numbers...


John Deere 2510 Power:

Drawbar (tested):46.82 hp [34.9 kW]
PTO (tested):54.9 hp [40.9 kW]
power test details ...


Chassis:4x2 2WD
Differential lock:mechanical rear
Brakes:hydraulic wet disc
Cab:Open operator station.


Type:closed center constant pressure
Capacity:11 gal [41.6 L] (SyncroRange)
 14 gal [53.0 L] (PowerShift)
Pressure:2250 psi [155.1 bar]
Valves:1 or 2
Oil type:
Deere 303





Number:1 (gas)
 2 (diesel)

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