John Deere 116


The John Deere 116 and John Deere 116h spectacle models are very similar. Unfortunately, much is not known about them. The JD 116 was manufactured for a very short period, from 1982 to 1983. After being discontinued, JD 116h took its relief. This John Deere Speaker had a longer production of 2 years, from 1983 to 1985. However, many people see them as practically the same machine due to the fact that both are operated by the same engine. It is a Briggs and Stratton engine of 0. 655 liters that has a power of 16 hp. This is the 402707 model, 2-cylinder ai r-cooled gasoline engine and with electric start.

While John Deere 116 and John Deere 116h have the same engine, their transmissions are anything less the same. JD 116 has a transmission that provides 5 speeds to move forward and 1 to retreat. Its maximum speed is 8. 5 km/h. For its part, the JD 116h has an Eaton hydrostatic transmission. This transmission greatly facilitates its handling, since it has no marches, but a lever to accelerate (pressing it further down) or slowing down (pressing it further up). Its maximum speed is 8 km/h.

Both John Deere 116 and John Deere 116h weigh 236 kg. They also use the same type of wheels. Each front wheel is 15 × 6-6 (15 inches in diameter, 6 inches of width, 6 inches in tire diameter) while each rear wheel measures a maximum of 20 × 10-8 (20 inches in diameter, 10 inches ofwidth, 8 inches in tire diameter). Although both JD 116 and JD 116h have fallen into oblivion for most people, sometimes they can still be found in use if they have properly taken care of. It is also common to find them in the hands of collectors.

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