John Deere 920

The John Deere 920 is a fairly popular model among JD enthusiasts, although it’s not quite as commonly seen in use today as it used to be. The JD 920 is an upgraded model of the John Deere 820 tractor. The 920 was built in JD’s production facility in Mannheim which is located in Germany. The engine powering this model is a designed and built by JD themselves. This engine is a 3 cylinder diesel that is naturally aspirated. The engine has a total volume of 2.5 liters. A liquid cooling system is used on this John Deere engine to take excessive heat away from the core of the engine. It runs at 2300 rpm. Power from the engine on this tractor gets to the wheels through a gearbox that gives the operator 8 speeds when traveling forward and 4 for when it’s moving backwards.

Power from the engine is transferred to the rear wheels of the John Deere 920 as it has been built around a 4X2 2WD chassis. The front wheels don’t have any power and are only responsible for steering it. The wheelbase of the JD 920 comes in at 1.88 m (74.4 inches). The total weight of tractor is 1973 kg (4350 lbs). However, it’s operating weight is considerably higher when it has been fueled up.

All in all the John Deere 920 compact utility tractor is a quality machine that was marketed towards small farmers that needed a machine that can handle a wide variety of tasks. The tractor originally came with an open operator’s station, but you will often see it with an improvised cab that has been added by the owner. The tractor has the option of using a front end loader which greatly adds to it’s usability. If you have used the JD 920 previously or currently own one, then let others know what you think of it by leaving a review below.

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  1. jim says:

    if it’s a diesel, which it is how can it have a carb, like you say. My son has one and it’s injected. So your write up is bull.

    Year of Manufacture: 1974

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