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    John Deere 140

    John Deere 140 lawn tractor photo
    1968 - 1974   100 Series
    Garden tractor
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    The John Deere model 140 was built in two basic versions, the 140H1 and the 140H3. The H3 featured three hydraulic valves, providing the ability to operate multiple attachments.


    Manufacturer:John Deere
    Factory:Horicon, Wisconsin, USA


    140H3:three hydraulic remotes

    John Deere 140 Engines:

       Kohler 476cc 1-cyl gasoline
       Kohler 512cc 1-cyl gasoline
    full engine details ...


    Fuel:1.75 gal [6.6 L]

    3-Point Hitch:

    Rear Type:0 (optional)

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:live
    Front PTO:independent

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:46 inches [116 cm]
    Weight:730 to 770 pounds
    Front tire:16x6.50-8
    Rear tire:23x8.50-12
    full dimensions and tires ...

    John Deere 140 attachments:

     41" mid-mount mower deck
     48" mid-mount mower deck
    all 140 attachments ...

    140 Serial Numbers:

    Location:Below steering column or on the right side of tractor, just inside the hood.
    photo of 140 serial number

    1968: 1001
    1969: 10001
    1970: 22401
    1971: 30001
    1972: 38001
    1973: 46501
    1974: 56501
    Final: Unknown

    how to read serial numbers...


    Links: information, photos, allied equipment data, and an active John Deere lawn tractor forum

    John Deere 140 Power:

    Engine:14 hp [10.4 kW]


    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    Brakes:integral mechanical disc (1968)
     differential mechanical disc (1969-1970)
     drum (1971 on)
    Cab:Open operator station.





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