John Deere 3010

John Deere 3010 Row-Crop tractor Technical Specifications

John Deere 3010 is a Row-Crop tractor that was produced by the John Deere between 1961 – 1963.

Below you will find detailed technical specifications for John Deere 3010 covering engine types, horsepower ratings, weight, height, fuel type and tank volume, oil capacity and type, hydraulic system diagram, wiring diagram, battery specs, etc.

John Deere 3010 Production




















Manufacturer:
Manufacturer John Deere
Row-Crop tractor
Factories Waterloo, Iowa, USA
  Mexico
Total built 44,000
Original price was $4,700 in 1963
The John Deere 3010 was available in row-crop, row-crop utility, standard, and orchard versions.


John Deere 3010 Power





Engine: 52.77 hp
39.4 kW
PTO (tested) 59.44 hp
44.3 kW

John Deere 3010 Electrical
















Ground positive (12V)
  floating (24V)
Gas/LP Batteries 1
Diesel Batteries 2
Battery volts 12

John Deere 3010 Mechanical









Two-wheel drive
Power steering
Differntial hydraulic wet disc brakes
Open operator station

Capacity







Fuel 29 gal
109.8 L
Hydraulic system 9.5 gal
36.0 L

Hydraulics













Type closed center
Capacity 9.5 gal
36.0 L
Pressure 2250 psi
155.1 bar
Valves 2

Tracktor Hitch




Rear Type II

Power Take-off (PTO)










Rear PTO independent
Rear RPM 540 (1.375)
  1000 (1.375)

Title serial numbers















1961 1000
1962 19801
1963 32400
Final 46952

FAQ: How to read a serial number table.

What year is my John Deere 3010? Serial Number Decoder

The serial number list shows the first tractor built in each year. The other tractors for that year will have successively higher numbers. Your serial number should be between two of the stated numbers.

The list only includes the numbers of the first tractors produced in each year. Your serial should be somewhere between two numbers.Unless you happen to be the first person to own a tractor, your number will not appear on the list.

John Deere 3010 Engine detail




























Engine Detail
John Deere
gasoline
4-cylinder
liquid-cooled
Displacement 201 ci
3.3 L
Bore/Stroke 4.00×4.00 inches
102 x 102 mm
Air cleaner oil bath
Compression 7.5:1
Rated RPM 2200
Starter volts 12



John Deere 3010 Transmission overview

Engine Oil














Transmission John Deere Syncro-Range
Type partially synchronized
Gears 8 forward and 3 reverse
Clutch dry disc
Synchro-Range requires the tractor to be stopped and clutch depressed to select one of four shift stations. Once a station is selected the tractor can be shifted on the move between the two forward gears (and single reverse in stations 1, 2, and 3) by using the clutch.

John Deere 3010 Dimensions








































Wheelbase 90 inches
228 cm
Operating weight 6,500 lbs
2948 kg
Row-crop Front tread 8.75 inches
22 cm
Row-crop Front tread 48 to 80 inches
121 to 203 cm
Standard Front tread 55 inches
139 cm
Standard Front tread 52 to 66 inches
132 to 167 cm
Row-crop utility Front tread 55.5/61 inches
140/154 cm
Row-crop utility Front tread 50 to 79 inches
127 to 200 cm
Row-crop Rear tread 57 to 88 inches
144 to 223 cm
Row-crop Rear tread 62 to 98 inches
157 to 248 cm
Standard Rear tread 52 to 79 inches
132 to 200 cm
Row-crop utility Rear tread 60/80 inches
152/203 cm
Row-crop utility Rear tread 50 to 79 inches
127 to 200 cm

John Deere 3010 Tests



Nebraska Tractor Test 762










































Nebraska Tractor Test 762
Diesel 8-speed 2WD
September 19 – 24, 1960
Link: Nebraska Tractor Test 762 file
PTO performance
Power at rated engine speed 59.44 hp
44.3 kW
Fuel use 4.1 gal/hour
15.5 l/hour
Power at rated PTO speed 55.29 hp
41.2 kW
Fuel use 3.6 gal/hour
13.6 l/hour
Drawbar performance
Max power 52.77 hp
39.4 kW
Fuel use 4.1 gal/hour
15.5 l/hour
Gear 4 used for power test.
Max pull 6,323 lbs
2868 kg
Gear 6,323 used for pull test.







Nebraska Tractor Test 763







































Nebraska Tractor Test 763
Gasoline 8-speed 2WD
September 24 – 28, 1960
Link: Nebraska Tractor Test 763 file
PTO performance
Power at rated engine speed 55.09 hp
41.1 kW
Fuel use 5.1 gal/hour
19.3 l/hour
Power at rated PTO speed 50.54 hp
37.7 kW
Fuel use 4.8 gal/hour
18.2 l/hour
Drawbar performance
Max power 50.98 hp
38.0 kW
Fuel use 5.2 gal/hour
19.7 l/hour
Gear 4 used for power test.
Max pull 6,660 lbs
3020 kg
Gear 2 used for pull test.






Nebraska Tractor Test 764







































Nebraska Tractor Test 764
LP gas 8-speed 2WD
September 24 – 29, 1960
Link: Nebraska Tractor Test 764 file
PTO performance
Power at rated engine speed 55.39 hp
41.3 kW
Fuel use 6.5 gal/hour
24.6 l/hour
Power at rated PTO speed 50.80 hp
37.9 kW
Fuel use 5.9 gal/hour
22.3 l/hour
Drawbar performance
Max power 49.22 hp
36.7 kW
Fuel use 6.5 gal/hour
24.6 l/hour
Gear 4 used for power test.
Max pull 6,598 lbs
2992 kg
Gear 2 used for pull test.

FAQ

Is John Deere 3010 a good tractor?

The John Deere 3010 is one of the great tractors in the John Deere stable, and it has earned John Deere a fantastic reputation.

How much oil does a John Deere 3010 take?

Check out the John Deere 3010 oil capacity and oil type in the engine specs section as it may vary across the engines. Keep in mind, that older models might have their oil capacity increased over time. You may compare between the early and late oil capacity.

Do tractors have VIN numbers?

Every tractor has a VIN number. The number is usually engraved below the driver’s seat. Tractor manufacturers put the number in different places on the tractor body.

What was the last year John Deere made the 3010?

The John Deere 3010 was an agricultural tractor model made from 1961 – 1963

How much horsepower is a John Deere 3010?

The 3010 engine tested at 52.77 hp
39.4 kW drawbar and 59.44 hp
44.3 kW kW PTO horsepower.

How much does a John Deere 3010 tractor weight?

Depending on the engine type, the John Deere 3010 weight ranges from 6,500 lbs
2948 kg .

How much can a John Deere 3010 Pull?

The max pulling capacity of the John Deere 3010 tractors starts at 6,323 lbs
2868 kg but may be slightly higher depending on the trim.

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