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John Deere BR

John Deere BR tractor photo
1936 - 1947   Two-Cylinder Letter Series
Standard-tread tractor
Next model:John Deere M





The BR (regular) and BO (orchard) were the fixed tread version of the row-crop model B. While the row-crop B continuted in production until 1952, the BR/BO was replaced by the model M in 1947. The BO had differential brakes (one for each rear wheel) as standard equipment. While a service brake (one for both wheels) was originally standard on the BR, differential brakes became an option.
 

Production:

Manufacturer:John Deere
Factory:Waterloo, Iowa, USA
Total built:6,404
Original price (USD)
   $2,000 (1946 )
 

Variants:

B:tricycle front axle
BR:fixed front axle
BO:Orchard
BN:narrow row-crop
BI:industrial tractor
BO Lindeman:crawler
 

John Deere BR Engines:

   John Deere 2.4L 2-cyl all fuel
   John Deere 2.9L 2-cyl all fuel
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Capacity:

Fuel:12 gal [45.4 L]
Aux. fuel:1 gal [3.8 L]
 

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:transmission
Rear RPM:540
 

Dimensions & Tires:

Weight:3,375 lbs [1530 kg]
Front tire:24x5
Rear tire:40x8
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BR Serial Numbers:

photo of BR serial number

1936: 325000
1937: 326655
1938: 328111
1939: 329000
1940: 330633
1941: 332039
1942: 332427
1943: 332780
1944: 333156
1945: 334219
1946: 335642
1947: 336746
Final: 337514

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John Deere BR Power:

Belt (claimed):14.25 hp [10.6 kW]
 17.5 hp [13.0 kW] (late)
Plows:2 (12-inch)
 

Mechanical:

Chassis:4x2 2WD
Steering:manual
Cab:Open operator station.
 

Electrical:

Ground:positive
Charging system:Delco generator
 

Battery:

Number:1
Volts:6
 

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