John Deere 145


The John Deere 145 is part of the ‘100’ series of John Deere Cortacéspedes produced in 2006. The smallest models include the John Deere 135 and the John Deere 125, while the John Deere 155C is a larger version. The JD 145 is propelled by a Briggs and Stratton Bicilindrical engine in V of 2 cylinders with natural aspiration. This 0. 725 liter engine (44 cubic inches), ai r-cooled, has a power of 22 hp. The engine sits in a 12 caliber frame that has been soldier by robots instead of being screwed so that there is less chance of serious wear.

The John Deere 145 is automatic and does not need to change the march thanks to its hydrostatic transmission TUFF Torq. It only has two pedals to control the speed: one to move forward and another to back down. An interesting and useful feature of JD 145 is an LCD timer in the dashboard that shows the number of work hours so that it can see accurately when you should take the subsemble to review.

The John Deere 145 cut platform can be adjusted in 7 different positions, from 2. 5 cm above ground level to a much larger height, 10 cm above ground level. Cutting heights of the cutting platform increase/decrease in hal f-inch increases. The JD 145 cut platform has a 4 8-inch cutting width and is made of 12 caliber steel for greater durability. The wheelbase of the machine is 1. 23 m (49 inches) and its length is 1. 75 m (69 inches). The rear wheels measure 22 × 9. 5-12 (22 inches in diameter, 9. 5 inches of width and 12 inches in tire diameter), while the fronts measure 16 × 6. 5-8 (16 inches in diameter, 6. 5 inches of width and 8 inches in tire diameter). This is undoubtedly a very appreciated tractor of John Deere, even if he was only in production for 1 year in 2006.

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