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    John Deere 5420 - transmission

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    2002 - 2004   5000 Twenty Series
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    Transmission:

    Manufacturer:John Deere
    Type:collar shift
    Gears:9 forward and 3 reverse
    Clutch:dry disc
    Oil capacity:40 qts [37.9 L]
    Three gears (1-3) plus reverse (R) in three ranges (A-C). Tractor must be stopped, and clutch used, to shift gears or range.
    Speeds:With 16.9-30 R1 rear tires.
    5420  collar shift speeds
     

    Transmission:

    Transmission:John Deere SyncShuttle
    Type:partially synchronized
    Gears:9 forward and 3 reverse
    Clutch:dry disc
    Oil capacity:40 qts [37.9 L]
    Three gears (1-3) plus reverse (R) in three ranges (A-C). Gear and direction shifts are synchronized enabling shifting on the move with the clutch. Tractor must be stopped, and clutch used, to shift ranges.
    Speeds:With 16.9-30 R1 rear tires.
    5420 SyncShuttle partially synchronized speeds
     

    Transmission:

    Transmission:John Deere PowrReverser
    Type:power shuttle
    Gears:12 forward and reverse
    Clutch:wet disc
    Oil capacity:46 qts [43.5 L]
    Four gears (1-4) in three ranges (A-C) with left-hand directional lever. Forward-reverse directional shifts may be done while moving, without the clutch. Gear shifts are synchronized. Tractor must be stopped to shift ranges.
    Speeds:With 16.9-30 R1 rear tires.
    5420 PowrReverser power shuttle speeds
     

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