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John Deere 5220

John Deere Model 5220
A 2003 John Deere 5220 tractor
Type agricultural
Manufacturer John Deere
Production 2000-2004
Weight 5,630 lb (2,550 kg)
Propulsion wheels

The John Deere 5220 Tractor is a utility/agricultural tractor produced by John Deere, designed for residential and farming use. Manufactured from 2000–2004, it has a 3 cylinder, 53 horsepower (40 kW) engine which produces 140 ft·lbf (190 N·m) of torque at 2400 rpm. It was available in 2wd or Mechanical Front Wheel Drive (4wd) and has a rear hitch capacity of 3,400 lb (1,500 kg). Its operating platforms where IOOS (Isolated Operators Operating Section), Cab, and Straddle Mount.

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  • John Deere 5220.

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  • John - Agriculture
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