John Deere 5510 Transmission


John Deere 5510 tractor photo
1998 - 2001
5000 Ten Series
Utility tractor
5500
Series:54105510
5520
Transmissions overview
9-speed unsynchronized gear
9-speed partially synchronized
12-speed power shuttle
Transmission
Transmission:CollarShift
Type:unsynchronized gear
Gears:9 forward and 3 reverse
Clutch:dry disc
Oil capacity:40 qts
37.9 L
The Collar Shift transmission is controlled with two levers and the foot clutch. The right-hand lever selects one of three speeds (1-3) or reverse (R). The left-hand lever selects one of three ranges (A-C). The tractor must be stopped, and clutch used, to shift either speed or range.
Speeds
With 16.9-30 rear tires.
5510 CollarShift unsynchronized gear speeds
Transmission
Transmission:SyncShuttle
Type:partially synchronized
Gears:9 forward and 3 reverse
Clutch:dry disc
Oil capacity:40 qts
37.9 L
Three speeds (1-3) plus reverse (R) in three ranges (A-C). Synchronized shifting, using the clutch, between the three forward speeds and reverse. Tractor must be stopped, and clutch used, to shift range.
Speeds
With 16.9-30 rear tires.
5510 SyncShuttle partially synchronized speeds
Transmission
Transmission:PowrReverser
Type:power shuttle
Gears:12 forward and reverse
Clutch:wet disc
Oil capacity:46 qts
43.5 L
Four speeds (1-4) in three ranges (A-C) with forward-reverse shuttle lever. Direction changes may be done while moving using the left-hand shuttle lever. Speed changes are synchronized using the clutch. Tractor must be stopped, and clutch used, to shift ranges. At tractor start-up, clutch pedal must be cycled once before tractor will move.
Speeds
With 16.9-30 rear tires.
5510 PowrReverser power shuttle speeds
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