John Deere

720 All fuel Standard (1956-1958)

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The 720 was the largest two-cylinder tractor to be offered by Deere and the most powerful row crop tractor of that time. This model was considered one of the most fuel-efficient tractors of its time. This model was able to use a variety of non-gasoline burnable byproducts widely available at that time and much cheaper than gasoline.

Tractor Info

Engine: John Deere

Cylinders: 2

Bore & Stroke: 6.00 x 6.375

RPM: 1125

CID: 360.5

Fuel: Distillate

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 24.5 GAL.

Aux Fuel Tank Cap:

Carburetor: Marvel Schebler

Cooling Capacity: 28.52 QTS.

Drawbar HP: 40.78

Belt PTO HP: 44.13

Weight: 6790

Length: 130.24 inches

Width: 86.625 inches

Height: 87.825 inches

Number of Gears: 6/1


Total Produced: 80

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