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    John Deere 6320

    John Deere 6320 tractor photo
    2002 - 2007
    Utility tractor
    Previous model:John Deere 6310
    Next model:John Deere 6330
    Larger:John Deere 6420
    Smaller:John Deere 6120



    Manufacturer:John Deere
    Factory:Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
    Original price (USD):$40,500 (2007)


    6320:utility chassis
    6320L:low-profile chassis

    John Deere 6320 Engine:

       John Deere 4.5L 4-cyl diesel
    full engine details ...


    Fuel:48.9 gal [185.1 L]

    3-Point Hitch:

    Rear Type:II
    Rear lift:4745 lbs [2152 kg]

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:independent
    Rear RPMs:540
    Engine RPMs:540@2124
    540@2143 (reversible)
    Front PTO:optional
    Front RPMs:1000
    Engine RPMs:1000@2185

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:94.5 inches [240 cm]
    Weight:10,030 lbs [4549 kg]
    Front tire:10.00-16
    Rear tire:18.4-34 (2WD)
    full dimensions and tires ...

    6320 Serial Numbers:

    Location:Serial number plate on the right side of the tractor's main frame.

    - Serial numbers unknown -

    John Deere 6320 Power:

    Engine:100 hp [74.6 kW]
    PTO (claimed):80 hp [59.7 kW]
    Drawbar (tested):63.8 hp [47.6 kW]
    PTO (tested):88.1 hp [65.7 kW]
    power test details ...


    Chassis:4x2 2WD
     4x4 MFWD 4WD (optional)
    Steering:hydrostatic power
    Brakes:hydraulic wet disc
    Cab:Two-post ROPS. ConfortGard Cab optional.


    Type:pressue flow compensated
    Pump flow:25 gpm [94.6 lpm]


    Charging system:alternator
    Charging volts:14



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