John Deere 730

John Deere 730 tractor photo
1961 - 1971
Row-Crop tractor
Manufacturer:John Deere
Type:Row-Crop tractor
Factory:Rosario, Argentina
The John Deere model 730, originally built in Waterloo, was also exported to Argentina and assembled at Deere's factory in Rosario. When two-cylinder production ended at Waterloo the tooling for the 730 was moved to Argentina. Production continued until 1971. Argentine model 730s were built in row-crop, standard, and high-crop variants. The paint scheme and hood medallion were different than US-built 730s.
John Deere 730 Power
Drawbar (claimed):53 hp
39.5 kW
PTO (claimed):59 hp
44.0 kW
John Deere 730 Engines
John Deere 5.9L 2-cyl gasoline
John Deere 6.2L 2-cyl diesel
Fuel tank:26.5 gal
100.3 L (gasoline)
 20 gal
75.7 L (diesel)
Engine details ...
Chassis:4x2 2WD
Brakes:differential mechanical drum
Cab:Open operator station. Optional Float-Ride seat.
Transmission:6-speed unsynchronized gear
Transmission details ...
Type:open center
Valves:1 or 2
Tractor hitch
Rear Type:II (optional)
Power Take-off (PTO)
Rear PTO:independent
Rear RPM:540
Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase:93.7 inches
237 cm
Weight:6790 to 7861 pounds
Front tire:6.00-16
Rear tire:13.6-38
Full dimensions and tires ...
Belt Pulley
Diameter:12.8 inches
32 cm
Width:7.4 inches
18 cm
Speed:3,790 ft/min
1155.19 meters/min
Charging system:generator
 4 (diesel)
Battery volts:6
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Last update:December 26, 2013
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