John Deere 4230


The John Deere 4230 is part of the “generation 2” of tractors that John Deere produced many years ago. This tractor left the assembly chain for 4 years, from 1973 to 1977. It was designed as a substitute for the John Deere 4020. What is interesting about the JD 4230 is that a variation could also be achieved, which had a tricycle configuration thatIt was desirable among crop farmers in rows. The tractor was designed and built at the Waterloo facilities, Iowa.

When ordering the tractor, you could choose between 2 engines. You could get it with a John Deere diesel engine. It is a 6-cylinder natural aspiration engine, 6. 6 liters of displacement and liquid cooling. Or you can acquire it with a liqui d-cooled gasoline engine. The maximum power of either of the two engines is 100 hp. This drives the wheels through a selection of 3 transmissions. You can acquire it with partial power change John Deere Quad-ngege and synchronized transmission that provides 16 speeds in advance and 6 speeds in reverse. Or you can get it with a John Deere Powershift transmission that provides only 8 marches forward and 4 marches back. You can also opt for a JD 4230 with John Deere Syncro-ngege transmission that will provide 8 marches forward and 2 in reverse.

The John Deere 4230 fuel tank has a capacity of 140 liters. It measures 2. 64 m at its wider point. The tractor weighs 4, 898 kg when it works normally, but when it is totally weighed, it weighs 6, 418 kg, compared to a sending weight of only 3, 674 kg if it has Synro-Russ transmission. The sending weight of the models without Syncro-ngege transmission is 3855 kg (8500 lbs). The JD 4230 rotation radius is 3. 4 m (11. 3 feet). The JD 4230 is a popular model of John Deere and has a smaller version, the John Deere 4030 and a larger version, the 4430.

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