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john deere 4010

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john swanson

06-13-2006 19:17:03

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can someone tell me the hp. of a 4010
and if he put a4020 overhaul in what hp. would it be? this unit is gas. i am going to buy one for $9000.00 is that good or bads it is in very good shape.

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Brad Wright of MO

06-16-2006 16:47:41

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to john swanson, 06-13-2006 19:17:03  
John Deere

Manufactured: 1960 - 1963 Cost: (US Dollars) $5,500 (1963) Power: Drawbar (HP): 72.7 PTO (HP): 80.96 Engine: Manufacturer: John Deere Fuel: gasoline Cylinders: 6 Bore/Stroke (inches): 4.00x4.00 Displacement (ci): 302 Compression: 7.5:1 Rated RPMs: 2200 Torque (ft-lbs): Firing order: Oil capacity (qts): Engine: Manufacturer: John Deere Fuel: diesel Cylinders: 6 Bore/Stroke (inches): 4.125x4.75 Displacement (ci): 380 Compression: Rated RPMs: 2200 Torque (ft-lbs): Firing order: Oil capacity (qts): Engine: Manufacturer: John deere Fuel: LP gas Cylinders: 6 Displacement (ci): Compression: 9.0:1 Rated RPMs: 2200 Torque (ft-lbs): Firing order: Oil capacity (qts): Transmission: Type: Syncro-Range Forward: 8 Reverse: 3 Capacity: Fuel (Gal): 34 Cooling (Qt): 24 3-Point: Category: II Lift (lbs): Power Take-off (PTO): Type: independent Rear speed (RPM): 540 Hydraulics: Type: closed Capacity (gal): Total Flow (gpm): Outlet Flow (gpm): 13 Outlets: 2 Tires: Ag front: 6.00-16 Ag rear: 13.6-38 Dimensions: Weight (pounds): 6,980 Wheelbase (inches): 99.25 Length (inches): Width (inches): Height (inches): Ground clearance (inches): Electrical: Battery volts: Ground: Battery cold-cranking amps: Alternator amps: Nebraska Test: Test Number: 759 Test Date: September 1963 Engine: gasoline PTO HP: 80.96 Drawbar HP: 71.3 Max pull (pounds): Nebraska Test: Test Number: 760 Test Date: September 1960 Engine: LP gas PTO HP: 80.6 Drawbar HP: 71.8 Max pull (pounds): Nebraska Test: Test Number: 761 Test Date: September 1960 Engine: diesel PTO HP: 84.0 Drawbar HP: 71.9 Max pull (pounds): Serial Numbers: 1961 1000 1962 21201 1963

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06-14-2006 21:22:23

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to john swanson, 06-13-2006 19:17:03  
way to much for a gasser we had one the FIL had majored with only a 100 or so hours on it barly got 6 with a loader and you should be looking at about 100hp .

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MN Bob

06-14-2006 19:10:43

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to john swanson, 06-13-2006 19:17:03  
I have a 4010 Diesel, works good. Got it with duals etc 3 years ago for quite a bit less than you mentioned. I did not get a loader but would give more for the diesel than a loader. Seen a 4020 with nice rubber, duals and cab with rebuld reciepts go for 7200. at auction last week end. Unless your going to run it mainly in cold weather I would hold out for diesel. My thoughts, Bob

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Mike (WA)

06-14-2006 08:49:40

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to john swanson, 06-13-2006 19:17:03  
I don't have any experience with big gas tractors- how thirsty is the gas rig, compared to a diesel of the same size?

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Keith T

06-14-2006 03:20:34

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to john swanson, 06-13-2006 19:17:03  
MikeinKy said it all .He is right on.Way too much money.Ihave a 4010 diesel that I got last spring for $5700.00 with new tires and recent overhaul

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06-13-2006 19:35:16

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to john swanson, 06-13-2006 19:17:03  
I don't know where you are, but around here that is about twice what a 4010 gas is worth, no matter how good it is. You should get a good 4020 diesel for that kind of money. 4010's are about 80 HP. When you get a rebuild kit, I think all you can get are 4020 kits. The sleeves and pistons interchange. So, there wouldn't be a reason to get the smaller bore. I would guess that 4020 pistons would add about 10 HP.

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06-13-2006 19:34:40

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to john swanson, 06-13-2006 19:17:03  
9K seems a bit excessive for a gasser 4010. That tractor here in southern WI would be more along the line of 4-7K, the high end getting you a nice diesel. I"ve never been around one and wonder if it wouldn"t be a bit of a fuel hog. They were built between 1960 and 1963 and put out about 85HP. If it"s been updated to 4020 specs, it"ll be putting out about 95HP

The 4010 Diesel is a very good tractor. I put many hours on one and many more on a 4020.

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john swanson

06-14-2006 04:23:46

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to farmerboy, 06-13-2006 19:34:40  
this unit has a new paint job & a nice cab & a jd front end loader is it still to high?

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06-14-2006 05:40:21

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 Re: john deere 4010 in reply to john swanson, 06-14-2006 04:23:46  
Nice paint jobs sometimes hide bigger problems than cosmetics.

I wouldn't attach "nice" to any cab on a 10/20 series tractor. They are aftermarket Hiniker or Year-A-Round brand cabs that are mounted directly to the frame. This makes them loud - everything rattling from the vibration and the engine noise funneling right back to you. They're also almost unbearably hot in the summer. Depends on the hours you plan on being in this beast. You could take the doors and glass out in the summer and have a 4 post canopy.

The loader increases the price a bit if it's in good condition. Is the tractor a wide front(better be at the asking price)? If so, at that price it better be a Deere, not a Norden or Shwartz. They tend to bust even without the stress of a loader on front.

You haven't said where you're from. Here, that tractor alone is worth 4-5K. I don't know what loaders bring... 1500 maybe??? Personally I'd hold out for a diesel but, if you're not gonna put a lot of hours on it or work it hard, gas might be fine.

Remember there are a lot of tractors out there and many of them for sale. Don't even go look at it if you're not willing to walk away.

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