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cat2
11-08-2007, 09:00 PM
here is one of the 4020
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the 4440
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One of the ole 753
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Fieldman12
11-08-2007, 09:24 PM
All of the machinery looks well taken care of. How do you like the front wheels being powered by the hydraulics on the 4440? Does it rob lots of power? I have spent allot of time on a 4440 and 4020. I loved running a 4650 FWA while in high school.

cat2
11-08-2007, 09:26 PM
All of the machinery looks well taken care of. How do you like the front wheels being powered by the hydraulics on the 4440? Does it rob lots of power? I have spent allot of time on a 4440 and 4020. I loved running a 4650 FWA while in high school.



It works ok. No it doesn't rob hardly any power. next one will have MFWA

LindblomRJ
11-08-2007, 09:29 PM
Spent plenty of time on a 4020 cutting hay and feeding cattle. Great tractor. Also spent time on a 3020 and 4240. The 4240 really didn't impress me.

cat2
11-08-2007, 09:30 PM
Spent plenty of time on a 4020 cutting hay and feeding cattle. Great tractor. Also spent time on a 3020 and 4240. The 4240 really didn't impress me.



The 4020 and 3020's were good tractors.

Fieldman12
11-08-2007, 09:38 PM
The 4020 and 4440 was one of the best Deere ever built. Yeah, MFWA is very nice. I have drove 4230,4440,4450,4650fwa,3010,4020,5400,8650,8640,another 8640,8650,4850,another 4850,2440,410 deere backhoe,310 backhoe, many deere mowers, 9610 with 30' platform, 12-row corn head, rwa.. I think that is all of Deere I can think of right now. Drove many many other brands also.

DBL
11-08-2007, 10:00 PM
ive run both the 4020 and a 4440 and they are sweet machines....yours look very nice and taken care of i bet theyre hard workers for you

cat2
11-08-2007, 10:47 PM
Thanks, yea I try to take care of everything. And yes they are harder workers

iluvscag
11-08-2007, 11:18 PM
We had a 4440 and traded it for a 7800 when they came out then we traded that for 7820 this year. Thats what you need a 7820 we use it for the TMR.

cat2
11-08-2007, 11:26 PM
We had a 4440 and traded it for a 7800 when they came out then we traded that for 7820 this year. Thats what you need a 7820 we use it for the TMR.

Yea the 7820 is a nice tractor:)

Dirt Digger2
11-09-2007, 09:35 AM
of course i couldn't let you post a picture of your 4020 without posting a picture of ours

cat2
11-09-2007, 02:24 PM
Nice looking 4020 you have there. They are good tractors

Dirt Digger2
11-09-2007, 02:52 PM
Nice looking 4020 you have there. They are good tractors

got that right...i bought...or paid for it... a 1965 3020 about a month ago, i bought it off ebay and when i went to pick it up all the shift forks were broken on it...the guy said he would knock $1000 off the price but right now i don't have the time or shop space to split a tractor and fix all the crap so i got my money back, we are in the market for another one now...3020, 4020...something about that size...our farm service business is starting to take off so we need some more pulling power

worst part was i wasted about 25 gallons of diesel fuel to get out there and back

Fieldman12
11-09-2007, 08:33 PM
Dirt Digger2, if you can swing the extra money get a diesel. You will never regret it.

Dirt Digger2
11-10-2007, 02:33 PM
Dirt Digger2, if you can swing the extra money get a diesel. You will never regret it.

yea i know...I'm going to a sale in mid-December, a guy is getting rid of a lot of old IH's. I'm not really sure if i want an IH because the gears aren't synchronized until the newer models and it wouldn't be all that practical for the small fields we farm...but they can't be beat for power..if i can get a good deal then i guess we will add red to the fleet

GravelyNut
11-24-2007, 07:28 PM
4020? A 4010 minus one reverse gear label. :D They are good tractors. Spent many hours discing with a 4010. Know the insides of the brakes, engine and tranny well. Word to the wise, becareful when you redo the brakes. Ever see someone go over the steering wheel?

GravelyNut
11-24-2007, 07:28 PM
4020? A 4010 minus one reverse gear label. :D They are good tractors. Spent many hours discing with a 4010. Know the insides of the brakes, engine and tranny well. Word to the wise, becareful when you redo the brakes. Ever see someone go over the steering wheel?

SiteSolutions
12-21-2007, 11:56 PM
Just talked to my father in law and he's got an old 4020 for sale; I thought I remembered this thread so I figured I would bring it back from the dead.

He had the motor gone through this fall and it's supposedly in good running condition. He put a loader on it. Wonder if anyone can shed some more light on this thing? It's got a diesel engine; what sort of power do these put out? Is this a 40, 60, 90 hp machine? What's it weigh? He claims it's a 90 hp machine and with the loader it weighs in around 10,000 pounds. I ain't calling him a liar but then again, he hasn't had a lot of tractors so....? Maybe he's got the model # mixed up?

I think he is looking to sell it, too, so if anyone is interested let me know. I might try to snag it myself but I'm not really in the market for one and I don't have any spare money lying around in the winter anyhow.

LindblomRJ
12-22-2007, 07:35 PM
Just talked to my father in law and he's got an old 4020 for sale; I thought I remembered this thread so I figured I would bring it back from the dead.

He had the motor gone through this fall and it's supposedly in good running condition. He put a loader on it. Wonder if anyone can shed some more light on this thing? It's got a diesel engine; what sort of power do these put out? Is this a 40, 60, 90 hp machine? What's it weigh? He claims it's a 90 hp machine and with the loader it weighs in around 10,000 pounds. I ain't calling him a liar but then again, he hasn't had a lot of tractors so....? Maybe he's got the model # mixed up?

I think he is looking to sell it, too, so if anyone is interested let me know. I might try to snag it myself but I'm not really in the market for one and I don't have any spare money lying around in the winter anyhow.

Your father in law is correct.

Fieldman12
12-22-2007, 08:07 PM
That is about right (92hp at PTO) according to tractor data. I know some people added a M&W turbo to them to make a few more ponies.

cat2
12-22-2007, 08:08 PM
yes he is right, i have one that is pushing all of 110hp:weightlifter:

LindblomRJ
12-22-2007, 10:46 PM
I always figured about 100. It was a diesel with power shift. No Turbo