John Deere 320


Possibly the most interesting visual aspect of John Deere 320 is his painting. Instead of having the normal horizontal yellow strip that crosses the hood near the top of the tractor hood, the yellow strip of the JD 320 consists of a wide horizontal yellow strip that suddenly changes and becomes vertical near the front of the tractor of the tractor. This mediu m-sized tractor began to occur in the mi d-fifties, in 1956, and continued for 2 years, until 1958. During that time, there were more than 3, 000 tractors at the John Deere plant in Dubuque, Iowa. There are diverse differentVariants of the John Deere 320. There is the John Deere 320V, the Southern Special, the John Deere 320u, the utilitarian tractor and the John Deere 320s, the standard front tractor.

The 320 is propelled by a gasoline engine manufactured and built by John Deere. It is a 2-cylinder natural aspiration engine with a 1. 6-liter displacement. The engine has a power of 25 hp. It is refrigerated by liquid and needs 13. 2 liters of refrigerant so that the cooling system works optimally. The 4 marches forward allow you to reach a maximum speed of 20 km/h, while it only has a rear. The fuel tank with which John Deere 320 left the production chain has capacity for 39. 7 liters of gasoline.

The JD 320 weighs 1, 247 kg and has a wheelbase of 1. 77 m (70 inches). Its length measures 2. 94 m (115. 75 inches). The dimensions of the John Deere 320U are quite different. Its wheelbase is much greater, 1. 97 m (77. 75 inches), which makes it a much more stable tractor, while it is slightly longer, 3. 02 m (119. 25 inches). This tractor may not be as popular as other models produced by JD at that time, but it was still quite well received by the agricultural community. When the production of 320 ended, a new version was put into production, the John Deere 330.

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