John Deere 420I Special Utility
|1957 - 1958|
|Series:||420I Special Utility|
|Factory||Dubuque, Iowa, USA
|The Deere 420I Special Utility was the officially designated industrial version of the 420, but a large number of other 420 versions were sold in yellow paint for municipal and industrial work. The 420I was based on the 420W, the tie rods on the front axle were the primary difference.|
|John Deere 420I Power|
|Belt (claimed)||29.2 hp|
|Cab||Open operator station.
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|Power Take-off (PTO)|
|Rear PTO||live OptOptional
|Rear RPM||540 (1.375)
|420I Serial Numbers|
|Location:||Serial number plate on the left side of tractor, on the clutch housing.
|Industrial Tractors and Equipment published in 1957, by John Deere|
|Last update||September 7, 2020
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