John Deere 4710


The John Deere 4710 compact tractor was only in production for 2 years. It was built by the JD team in its Augusta plant, Georgia, from 2003 to 2004 as a substitute for the John Deere 4700. When the production of JD 4710 ceased, the most modern John Deere 4520 began to produce insteadIt was the engine with which this compact utility tractor came standard. It is a 4-cylinder engine, 2. 2 liters and liquid cooling. It needs 6. 4 liters of refrigerant to completely fill the cooling system, while the engine needs 4. 8 liters of oil to ensure that it is maintained correctly lubricated throughout the operation.

This 46 hp engine transmits the power to its 4 × 4 mfwd chassis through a selection of 2 different transmission boxes. The first option is a Power Shuffle type transmission that provides John Deere 4710 12 marches forward and 12 also in reverse. This transmission provides JD 4710 for a maximum speed of 17. 2 mph and needs 36. 7 liters (9. 7 US gallons) of hydraulic fluid to completely fill it. The other transmission option is the Ehydro hydrostatic transmission box, which provides 4710 with an infinite number of speeds both forward and back. The maximum speed that JD 4710 can reach with the Ehydro transmission is 16. 8 mph. You need 34. 8 liters of hydraulic fluid to completely fill the Ehydro transmission box.

The John Deere 4710 comes with a series rear TDF and can house a wide range of accessories and implements, from stands to cash blades and toppers. In addition to the rear TDF, it also has the option of a central TDF that will allow you to attach a central mowing platform for a quality grass cut. This compact tractor uses John Deere’s special pedals, which are much more sensitive and require much less effort than normal pedals. It has a hitch of 3 points of category 1 with an elevation capacity of 1134 kg. The tractor is not huge, but weighs 1564 kg (3450 lbs) and measures 3. 43 m (135 inches) long and 1. 57 m (62 inches) wide, but it will be wider if it has a cutting platform mounted inthe center.

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