John Deere 1635


The John Deere 1635 tractor was manufactured for a total of 3 years in the late 1970s, from 1977 to 1979. The tractor was built at the JD production facility in Getafe, Spain. It is a small compact that was not particularly popular. As it was built in Spain, it is mostly seen in Europe and only very rarely seen in North America (USA and Canada). The tractor is built on a 2WD chassis and was not designed at the time to be used for particularly demanding jobs. The engine that powers the JD 1635 is a diesel that John Deere designed and built in-house.

The John Deere 1635 has a 3-cylinder diesel engine. The engine is prevented from getting too hot thanks to a liquid cooling system. The engine has a replaceable dry-type air filter that prevents dust and larger particles from being sucked into the air intake. When this tractor was originally purchased, it came without a cab and a roll bar (ROPS). However, many people have welded or bolted on their own makeshift roll bar. Others have added a sunshade or even a cabin to protect themselves from the coldest and most humid conditions.

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