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kenworth 258482 307 6030 either
6030
Awesome :-)
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Yes,i agree with you,jdeere.Do you know the displacement of
the engine,as far as i know it is over 8 liters.:-P
Best regards,
Hans-Georg
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Hi, originally, the displacement is 531 cubic inch, that's
8,7 liters. But the 619 cubic inch engine fits perfect in
it. This engine is more 10 liters.

The 6030 is the only John Deere which had the option for the
turbo or without. With the turbo it produces 175,99 pto HP
and without it has 141. If I'm correct, 175,99 pto hp is 211
din pk/ps

greetings Mark
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If you see one advertised here in the papers, quite often
they will put 175+ PTO HP on paper. These tractors were very
easily to boost them up. Even most original ones had more
then the 175. The conversion to the European PK is difficult
to make since that is taken from the crank. Some tractors
have a large margin in between some have just a little one.
For example JD 7800 is in Europe 170 pk. On the PTO there is
145 HP. The CIH 7120 is in Europe 195 pk. On the PTO there
is just 155 HP. A NH 8160 has 100 pk but 90 PTO HP. As you
can see it goes all over the place.

FH
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super single and duals
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even bigger
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just huge!
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Very Nice and very Huge! great Pics jdeere! :-)


Very nice restoration Mark!;-)
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6030 with SG2
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NOW THAT is a TRACTOR!!!

Really nice!!! I have never seen this combination.:-)
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it sure looks good,
about a handfull where done like that,also 4020's and a 4320.
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Yes it really looks nice...too bad, that mother Deere didn't made this...that must be a beast, such a 6030 with a SG2 cab...has anyone picture of the inside of this cab on a 6030?
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1 more
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wich is pretty wide
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