John Deere 630


The John Deere 630 is a vintage tractor. It was manufactured in 2 assembly plants: the Waterloo factory in Iowa and the Monterrey factory in Mexico from 1958 to 1960. In addition to the John Deere 630S (“standard” version), a 630R (row crop version) was also available., a 630O (version for orchards) and a 630H (version for tall crops). During its 2 years of production, it came to market more than 18, 000 units. The JD 630 is recognizable from this era due to the fact that it has a large vertical yellow stripe just behind the grille, as well as a wider than usual horizontal yellow stripe in the usual position on the bonnet.

The John Deere 630 could be chosen with 3 different engines. It could be purchased with a John Deere designed and built 2-cylinder gasoline engine with a 5-litre displacement and liquid-cooled, requiring up to 26. 5 liters of coolant to keep it running properly. The second option is a naturally aspirated 2-cylinder John Deere engine that also has 5 liters of displacement and is liquid cooled. The last option is the John Deere designed and built LP gas engine which is naturally aspirated and is also a 2 cylinder 5 liter model. The maximum power of these engines is 48 CV, which allowed it to drag up to 4 plows.

Fuel capacity varied depending on the engine model the John Deere 630 had. The LP gas engine had the largest fuel tank, with a capacity of 125 liters (33 US gallons). The smallest is the 77. 6 liter (20. 5 US gallon) fuel tank. The last tank is gasoline, with a maximum capacity of 84. 2 liters. The JD 630 comes with a category 2 3-point hitch. Its wheelbase measures 2. 28 m (90 inches). The length of the tractor varies depending on whether it is a standard, orchard or tall crop model. The weight of the 630 was 2, 657 kg (5, 858 lbs) at the time of shipment.

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