4020 Manufactured: 1963 - 1972 Factory: Waterloo, Iowa Cost: (US Dollars) $10,345 (1972) Power: PTO (HP): 91.17 Engine: Fuel: gasoline Cylinders: 6 Bore/Stroke (inches): 4.25 x 4.25 Displacement (ci): 360 ci Compression: 7.5 : 1 Rated RPMs: Firing order: 1-5-3-6-2-4 Oil capacity (qts): 8 Manufacturer: John Deere Engine: Fuel: diesel Cylinders: 6 Bore/Stroke (inches): 4.25 x 4.75 Displacement (ci): 404 ci Compression: 16.5 : 1 Rated RPMs: 2200 Firing order: 1-5-3-6-2-4 Oil capacity (qts): 12 Manufacturer: John Deere Engine: Fuel: LP gas Cylinders: 6 Bore/Stroke (inches): 4.25 x 4.25 Displacement (ci): 360 ci Compression: 9.0 : 1 Rated RPMs: Firing order: 1-5-3-6-2-4 Oil capacity (qts): 8 Manufacturer: John Deere Transmission: Type: Syncro-Range Forward: 8 Reverse: 2 Transmission: Type: Power Shift Forward: 8 Reverse: 4 Capacity: Fuel (Gal): 34 (gas/LP), 45 (diesel) Cooling (Qt): 24 3-Point: Category: II Lift (lbs): 3,790 Power Take-off (PTO): Type: independent Speeds (RPM): 540, 1000 Hydraulics: Type: closed Capacity (gal): 10 Flow (gpm): 13 Outlets: 1 Tires: Front: 10.00-16 Rear: 18.4-34 Dimensions: Weight (pounds): 8,555 Wheelbase (inches): 98 Length (inches): Width (inches): Height (inches): Electrical: 12 volts Steering: hydraulic power Nebraska Test: Test Number: 849 Test Date: 1963 Engine: diesel PTO HP: 91.2 Drawbar HP: 78.0 Max pull (pounds): 10,184

Thanks for the information. That was more than I expected but appreciated. I am needing a larger tractor and I know where one is for sale. a retired farmer has it. I do not know what he is asking yet. That is a little larger than I need but some say the larger tractors are less expensive than the smaller ones. Do you know what the 4020 is bringing now assuming it is in good condition? Thanks.