What horsepower is a John Deere 5075E?

Rated power At 2100 rpm: 55 kW 73 hp
Rated PTO power (hp SAE) @ 2100 rpm Open Station – 45 kW (60.3 PTO hp) Cab – 43 kW (57.6 PTO hp)
Maximum PTO power @ 1800 RPM Open Station – 46.3kw (62hp) Cab – 45.5kw (61hp)
Power boost
Engine peak torque

How much does a John Deere 5075e tractor weight?

John Deere 5075E

Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase: 80.7 inches 204 cm
Weight: 4634 to 7275 pounds
Front tire: 7.5-16
2WD Rear tire: 16.9-28

Does a John Deere 5075e use def?

Regardless, these engines are EPA Final Tier 4 (FT4) compliant through a diesel oxidization catalyst (DOC) and diesel particulate filter (DPF) system. Additions of a diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) are not required, saving the need for that second fluid to be on hand.

How wide is a John Deere 5075e?

John Deere 5075E Dimensions

Dimensions
Wheelbase: 80.7 inches 204 cm
Length: 137.8 inches 350 cm
Width: 57.3 inches 145 cm *
2WD Clearance (front axle): 18.8 inches 47 cm

How much horsepower does a 9100 John Deere have?

John Deere 9100

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John Deere 9100 Power:
Engine: 260 hp [193.9 kW]
PTO (claimed): 214 hp [159.6 kW]
Drawbar (tested): 199.67 hp [148.9 kW]
PTO (tested): 249.38 hp [186.0 kW]

How much oil does a John Deere 5075e take?

John Deere 5075E – engine

Engine Detail: John Deere PowerTech 3029H turbocharged diesel 3-cylinder liquid-cooled 179 ci [2.9 L]
Bore/Stroke: 4.19×4.33 inches [106 x 110 mm]
Oil capacity: 9 qts [8.5 L]
Oil change: 100 h
Coolant capacity: 10 qts [9.5 L]

How wide is a John Deere 5055e?

John Deere 5055E Dimensions

Dimensions
Wheelbase: 80.7 inches 204 cm
Length: 137.8 inches 350 cm
Width: 57.3 inches 145 cm *
2WD Clearance (front axle): 18.8 inches 47 cm

What year did John Deere start using def?

John Deere made a highly anticipated announcement at Commodity Classic 2012 that it will add diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to its engines in order to meet Final Tier 4 emissions standards.

Do John Deere tractors require def?

PowerTech Interim Tier 4/Stage III B engines meet emissions regulations without using diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). John Deere provides an optimized solution using the right combination of emissions-reduction components to maximize performance while meeting regulations.

What year did they start putting DPF on tractors?

“DPF”, as you probably know, stands for Diesel Particulate Filter. The technology has been around for off-road machines since 1980.

Where are John Deere E series tractors manufactured?

The 5045E through the 5075E are made in India. All the bigger E series are assembled in Augusta Georgia.

How much horsepower does a 9300 John Deere have?

John Deere 9300

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John Deere 9300 Power:
Engine: 360 hp [268.5 kW]
PTO (claimed): 302 hp [225.2 kW]
Mechanical:
Chassis: 4×4 articulated 4WD
Efficiency