John Deere 510


The John Deere 510 tractor is one of those machines that not many people know about. The JD 510 was manufactured for two years, from 1966 to 1967. The entire tractor was manufactured at the Mannheim facility in Germany. The engine that powers the tractor is a diesel manufactured by John Deere. This engine is naturally aspirated and has 3 cylinders. The total volume of the engine is 2. 5 liters. The engine is kept cool by a liquid cooling system. Its maximum power is 39. 5 CV.

The John Deere 510 is equipped with a standard gearbox that provides 10 forward speeds and 3 reverse gears. The JD 510 is built on a 2WD chassis, which means that the engine’s power goes through the rear wheels, while the front wheels are solely responsible for directing it. When the tractor originally appeared, it came with an open cockpit. However, many people who bought it added their own cab to protect themselves from the most extreme weather conditions, while others added their own roll bar (which may not offer adequate protection).

The John Deere 510 was a mid-size machine at the time of its introduction. However, today it would be considered extremely light at 2, 131 kg (4, 700 lbs). If you have owned or used a JD 510 tractor, then you can help the Tractor Review community by leaving your thoughts on it in a comment below. Try to be as objective as possible so potential buyers get a good overview of its benefits as well as its drawbacks compared to other tractors.

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