John Deere 5075E


The John Deere 5075E utility tractor is powered by a JD PowerTech 3029 engine like so many other 5000 series tractors. This engine is turbocharged and diesel. The 3-cylinder engine is liquid-cooled and produces 75 hp. If you’re looking for similar but less powerful models than this one, we suggest you take a look at the John Deere 5055E or John Deere 5065E Utility Tractors. Like the JD 5065E, the JD 5075E also allows you to choose between 2 transmissions. One is a SyncShuttle that gives the tractor 9 speeds for forward and 3 for reverse. This transmission allows the tractor to reach a maximum speed of 28 km/h. The other transmission available is the SyncReverser, which also offers 9 forward and 3 reverse gears.

The weight of the John Deere 5075E varies because there are actually 3 different variants you can choose from, a 2WD, MFWD and 4WD model. The lightest is the 2WD model, which weighs 2, 102 kg. All models have the same 2. 05 m (81 in) wheelbase. The minimum turning radius of the 2WD model is 3. 2 m when the brakes are applied. However, without brakes, its minimum turning radius is a bit larger.

Thanks to its category 2 5E 3-point hitch, the John Deere 5075E is capable of accommodating a wide variety of tools and implements. All the controls of the JD 5075E are located within the operator’s reach, which makes the handling of this machine very comfortable. You’ll also see a standard hour meter so you can accurately gauge when to change your oil, perform maintenance, etc. If you own or have ever used a 5075E for long periods of time, please leave a comment below to let others know what to expect from it.

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