John Deere 7400

john deere 7400
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John Deere 7400: diesel, 6.8 l displacement, 6 cylinders, bore x stroke: 106 x 127, liquid-cooled engine, turbocharging, 540 rpm PTO, powershift, 16 forward gears, 12 reverse gears. About the John Deere 7400


John Deere 7400


from 1993 to 1996

Our take on the John Deere 7400

diesel engine, really large and powerful engine, profitability evaluate the average paying attention to a good cost for performance, more than 4 cylinders is the highest working culture, rated rotation work at an ideal level, turbines, 12V start , 24V large battery, rather typical lighting, PTO with very good specs, no emergency brake assist, disc, wet, heavy equipment, well done on a large farm, 2WD, hydrostatic control, lack of timing gears , the power shift, two clutches inside the transmission and electro control, the advanced transmission, allows you to shift under load, a large number of forward gears, a large number of reverse gears

The John Deere 7400 ride on mower is a very large machine designed and built to handle rough grass patches on golf courses. The machine uses a Yanmar diesel engine for its operation. This engine is liquid cooled and turbocharged. The maximum engine power is 37.1 hp in this 3-cylinder engine. The fuel tank that powers the engine with diesel and the fuel tank has a capacity of up to 49.2 liters (10.8 US gallons), allowing you to run for a long time before you need to refuel.

User Manual

The engine power of the JD 7400 is transferred to the 3 wheels of the mower through a hydrostatic transmission that makes it an all-wheel drive machine. The hydraulic system that powers the engine has a capacity of up to 37.1 liters of fuel.

John Deere 7400
John Deere 7400

Main features:
Manufacturer: John Deere (John Deere)
Years of production: 1993-1996
Engine capacity: 6.8 liters
Manufacturer Factory: Waterloo, Iowa, USA
Series of tractors: 7000 Series
Price: upon request
Buy a tractor: placing an order on the website
Fuel: 204.4 liters
3 point coupling:
Type of coupling: II, IIIN
Loading capacity of the coupling: 3110 kg (24 “/ 610 mm)
PTO (TDF) box:
Rear force takeum: independent
Rear TDF speed: 540/1000
Mechanical characteristics:
Chassis: 4×2 2WD, 4×4 MFWD 4WD (optional)
Address: Hydrostatic
Hydraulic system:
Type: with closed center
Number of valves: 2, 3
Electrical characteristics:
Earth: Negative
Battery: Battery.
Voltage: 12.
Engine features, option # 1:
Model and type: John Deere 6068, turbocharged, diesel, liquid refrigerated.
Engine capacity: 6.8 liters
Number of cylinders: 6
Diameter / piston race: 106 x 127 mm
Compression: 17.8: 1
RPM Nominal: 2100
The order of operation of the cylinders: 1-5-3-6-2-4
Start voltage: 12
Transmission (option # 1):
Transmission: Syncroplus.
March: 12 forward and 4 back
Clutch: Humid Disc
Transmission (option # 2):
Transmission: PowRquad.
Type: Partial power change
March: 16 forward and 12 back
Clutch: Humid Disc
Total dimensions of the tractor: front
Tires: 10.00-16.
Rear tires: 18.4-38
Weight (operational): 5745 kg (Syncroplus); 5777 kg (PowRquad)
Axle distance: 284 cm
Date of the test: May 23 – June 2, 1994
Type: Synchroplus 4WD Diesel
Power of the TDF (max.): 104,92 HB
Fuel consumption of the TDF (max.): 21.6 l / h
Traction power (max.): 90.35 cv
OHN Deere 7400 Forage harvester The price does not include VAT. Engine Hours: 5400 h Trommelstunden: 3677 H Try Anriebsgengekwelle with Clutch Continuously Variable Cutting Length Transmission with Multi-Coupler Front Roll With Tilted Racks Cutterhead 56 Verberten Corn Diameters Universal Bedknife Grains Processor Manually Standard Roller Beads (107 Teeth ) camera in the discharge tube continuously variable cutting length transmission 2 xenon work lights renovated valve block and the coupling of the main unit including kemper champion 360 corn head, 8 rows and 630 pick-up machine is sold in Customer name Your contact: Jürgen Schuler Rotor Hours: 3677 H Power Monitor, Radio, Balliza, Hitch, Metal Detector, Tower Extension
John Deere 7400. Year of construction: 2007. Hours of operation: 3399. Hours of the cage: 2871. Automatic crushing. Automatic adjustment of the fixed blade. 4×4 / All wheels. Metal detection. Motor John Deere 6 cylinders. Central lubrication Collection hook Additional pesos: 1000 kg. Air conditioning. Tires for: 650 / 75R32. Rear tires: 480 / 80R26 KEMPER 354. 6 rows of cornhead. Foldable hydraulically. Dutch registration. Transportation possible.
1995 John Deere 7400 MFWD Tractor
740 LDR C / BKT, Joystick, FRT AUX HYD, 16 SPD POWRQUAD, DIFF Lock.
2 Hydraulic outputs, 540/1000 PTO, 13.6×28 F, 480 / 80R38 R.
3-point and claw coupling arms available.
Tractor assistance to the front wheel. 5500 hours, few hours for the time.

John Deere 7400
John Deere 7400

John Deere® Tractor – 7400

Small frame, mechanical reverse

– Load test in all forward and reverse gears in high and low ranges
– Pressures read and recorded in all gears at specified temperatures
– Unmatched quality, performance and reliability
– 1 year warranty.

John Deere 7400
John Deere 7400


Small frame, mechanical reverse

– Load tested in all forward and reverse gears in high and low ranges
– Pressures read and recorded in all gears at specified temperatures
– Unmatched quality, performance and reliability
– 1 year warranty

What it fits

Your John Deere 7000 Series 7400 Unknown will be ready to take on literally anything with the Category 2 Heavy Hitch because our hitches are precision engineered and made from high quality materials made in the USA.

Our heavy-duty three-point hitch system is designed to transfer the weight and strength of an added tractor attachment to the tractor’s drive wheels. This gives the tractor more usable traction than it would otherwise have, given the same power, weight and fuel consumption.

John Deere tractors are built to be comfortable and durable. When you add our hitch to the rear of your John Deere 7400, you have upgraded to a machine that can do anything.

How durable are your Hitches and will they bend my hitch receiver?

3-point hitches are manufactured by a wide variety of companies with different thicknesses and using different grades of steel. Some owners have been concerned about wear and tear on their tractors.

This is one of the reasons Heavy Hitch has become a prominent alternative, as can be seen in an online visit to its factory in Winona, Minnesota.

“We have nothing to hide,” says Schell. “Our steel is made in America and built to last. In fact, we set ourselves apart from our competitors. Our toolbar steel blades last 3-4 times longer than most standard toolbars.”


I use the 7410 for mowing (1518 mower), for spraying, for pulling a 6 meter roller harrow, and for other odd jobs. It is a pleasure to drive compared to the 4430.

The transmission is easier to handle than a range of four. I find myself using the “C” range on the 7410, while I was using the “B” range on the quad for the same task.

I think the 7410 (MFWD’s) had a more durable front axle for loading work than the 7400.

The 414 engine was widely used in construction and industrial applications before being used in agriculture and has a long track record.

My brothers can’t stop talking about how wonderful the PowerQuad is, but I just don’t get it. It seems to me that no matter what I’m doing, I’m in 1st or 4th grade and I can’t switch anywhere if I want to. I stick with any of our powershift tractors for pretty much any job, and I don’t see that it really has much of an advantage over quad ranges.

That’s just me, I know. but I still think the SGB / QR tractors hold up pretty well considering their age. I’ve never owned a 15 spd and probably never will, but it looks like they would be even better.

I’m still a fan of the QR and certainly a fan of SGB-style tractors, in large part because I know how to repair them with a minimum of special tools. I just think the PQ is easier to change. They are definitely better in sync. When I got the 7410 the linkage was very tight amongst a bunch of other things that needed attention. I cleaned and lubricated everything and the gear change is much better.

If I had to criticize the PQ, it would be that it is not geared well (at least the 7410) for the speeds I am trying to work at. It’s okay if I’m working on rough terrain.

Last Sunday I was driving my 4455 PS and 15 ‘750 right behind my 4440 QR and 1590 drill in convoy. The 55 could not keep 15º in the hills while the 4440 was in D4. Both tractors have a strong dynamism in the power take-off. I am told that 15th gear steals power like crazy in the hills.

I guess if I’m honest with myself about the 7410, the cabin is the best feature, and maybe that makes some other features look really cool.

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