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Tail Light Cable RH

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$48.95

$35.99

$12.96

PTO Clutch Cup

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$54.39

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$14.40

Clip w/Rivet

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About the John Deere 2010

In 1960, the very first John Deere 2010 Tractors went out. They were produced until 1965. The John Deere 2010 Tractor first came out at a price of $4,600 (1965), but you might be one of the lucky ones who found a good deal lower than that. The bad news is that, like any other tractor, the John Deere 2010 Tractor needs spare parts to keep it running; the good news is that we have all the parts you need at 60% off dealer prices in our inventory. Be sure to look for any serial number comments in the part fit notes. In some cases, the John Deere 2010 Tractor parts you need depend on your serial number. You can find the serial number on the right-hand side of engine block. Serial numbers include 10001 from 1960 models, 10991 from 1961, 21087 from 1962, 31250 from 1963, 44036 from 1964, 58186 from 1965. They also have differential mechanical dry disc brakes. The 3-point hitch is very reliable. It is also worth noting that the live optional rear PTO runs at 540/1000 rpms.

The John Deere 2010 is not a tractor built specifically for the year 2020, it’s actually an old farm model that was produced by John Deere over five years from 1960–1965. Few tractors added roll bars in 1968 when the JD 2010 first hit the market and many farmers still used this tractor to plow their fields.
There are three different engine options for this tractor- the gasoline, diesel or LP gas models. The two gas engines were both 2.4 liters and the diesel was marginally bigger at 2.7 liters. When tested with a PTO just under 47hp was produced by all of these motors.
The John Deere 2010 was powered by a 16 US gallon gas tank and consumed 8 US gallons of hydraulic fluid, had the capacity to haul loads up to 3,600 pounds (at 98 percent efficiency on flat terrain) and needed fuel every 20 hours-or-less depending on load.
The JD 2010 has 8 gears going forward but only 3 in reverse.
Unlike the modern John Deere crawler and bulldozers that come in green, yellow, or all black, the John Deere 2010C was a bright yellow as is tradition. The entire vehicle is painted this color.
This John Deere 2010C tipped the scales at 9645 pounds (or 4375 kilograms if you are in Europe). This machine was eventually replaced by the John Deere 2020.
The John Deere 2010 tractor was among the most popular tractors of its kind when it first came out, and still is much sought-after among tractor enthusiasts.
The original did not come with a roll bar, so many antique and classic tractors will have one added by a previous owner.


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