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Nice job Randy. Its always interesting to me to compare what motors are used in what and it sometimes suprises me what they are used in.
 

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Thanks, but it was really nothing. Just a little cutting and pasting. Deere's website has the info on it. I forget that not everyone has the same tools as I do. And thought it would be nice to have it on sheet for those that don't.
 

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Randy,

Have you run across any more dimensions for the 2000 series tractors? I'm trying to figure out how much wider the 2520 is versus the 2210 (without the MMM attached).

I found lengths, but nothing on widths.....
 

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Nice job! I did the same thing for myself when I was debating which model to buy back in May. It never occurred to me to post it. Shame on me!

I did notice some odd differences when you compare the 2520 specs to the 2720. For example, fuel consumption is slightly lower for the 2720 even though it has higher displacement. Smaller starter for the 2720? Also, the 2520 hydraulic system is listed as slightly lower max psi, when the other three models have the same value. This last one has to be a mistake, look at the front axle fluid capacity for the 2720 compared to the other three.
 

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Nice job! I did the same thing for myself when I was debating which model to buy back in May. It never occurred to me to post it. Shame on me!

I did notice some odd differences when you compare the 2520 specs to the 2720. For example, fuel consumption is slightly lower for the 2720 even though it has higher displacement. Smaller starter for the 2720? Also, the 2520 hydraulic system is listed as slightly lower max psi, when the other three models have the same value. This last one has to be a mistake, look at the front axle fluid capacity for the 2720 compared to the other three.
I don't know what their (JD) test conditions are,but I don't use anywhere near 1.6g/hr.More like almost 1g/hr,and my engine isn't broken in yet.

One other spec that is wrong is the engine oil capacity of the 2520. It's 4 qts, same as the 2720.

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I have been lusting for a 1026R & comparing it to the 2000 series. Back and forth. This makes it so much easier. Thanks Randy.----Roger
 

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tackleberry i think i have what you need here on this 2000 series brochure. min. width 37.1" (2320), 39.2" (2520, 2720). width 51" (2320), 52.6" (2520, 2720). hood height 53.3" (2320), 47.2" (2520, 2720). folded rops 67.9" (2320), 68.9" (2520, 2720). height. 89" (2320), 89.7" (2520, 2720). length 109.2" (2320), 108.9" (2520, 2720). -Joe.
 

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tackleberry i think i have what you need here on this 2000 series brochure. min. width 37.1" (2320), 39.2" (2520, 2720). width 51" (2320), 52.6" (2520, 2720). hood height 53.3" (2320), 47.2" (2520, 2720). folded rops 67.9" (2320), 68.9" (2520, 2720). height. 89" (2320), 89.7" (2520, 2720). length 109.2" (2320), 108.9" (2520, 2720). -Joe.
Joe...perfect!! Thanks!
 

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I don't know what their (JD) test conditions are,but I don't use anywhere near 1.6g/hr.More like almost 1g/hr,and my engine isn't broken in yet.

One other spec that is wrong is the engine oil capacity of the 2520. It's 4 qts, same as the 2720.

Greg
The fuel usage specs are the amount of fuel used at maximum power output at wide open throttle for a full hour. It is rare to have an application where you will have constant full load. If you had it hooked to a dynamometer at full load for an hour, it should use 1.6 gallons.
 

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The fuel usage specs are the amount of fuel used at maximum power output at wide open throttle for a full hour. It is rare to have an application where you will have constant full load. If you had it hooked to a dynamometer at full load for an hour, it should use 1.6 gallons.
Thanks,that makes perfect sense.


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Randy,

Have you run across any more dimensions for the 2000 series tractors? I'm trying to figure out how much wider the 2520 is versus the 2210 (without the MMM attached).

I found lengths, but nothing on widths.....
Sorry, I am a little slow on this one, but our friend Joe got you the answers. Thanks Joe. :thumbup1gif:
 

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Happy to help.
We will see how happy you are after I pick up that 2520 on Friday and I have ten million questions Friday evening! :tongue:
 

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thats good man congrats. I drove a 2520 with a 200cx today for a while, but ended up doing a deal on a 2320 with a 200cx and a 62" mmm. also got the front quick hitch for my 54" sb. the 2320 was already ordered and will be in the end of august. can't wait either. -Joe
 

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I got a 2520 this year with the 200cx / 61" bucket, 62D deck, ballast box, 54" snowblower with quick attach, the special quick attach bracket to swap between the mower and the snowblower easily, and I also bought a set of the Artillian forks. The machine has been extremely helpful so far, and I'm actually looking forward to the first significant snowfall to see how much better I can clear snow than with the walk-behind machine.

Mowing is a little more tricky than with the 42" Riding Mower, but the cut quality is no comparison - the 62D with the mulching kit does a fantastic job in half the time.

The forks are simply invaluable. I use them to move lumber, lift my mowing deck for underside cleaning, and scooping up the piles of branches around my yard from the storms. I can't believe how many things I've done with them, and I've only had the machine for about six weeks!

When I sold my riding mower, I drove it up onto a pallet. Then I lifted the pallet with the 2520 and rolled the mower off into the bed of the truck of the guy that bought it. Did the exact same thing with the walk-behind snowblower. Talk about making loading and unloading those machines a joke!
 

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BIG thanks, Randy!!!!

Wifey and I are looking real hard at a piece of property that will make me change up from shopping for a 1026r to the upper 2000 series and what a help this chart is!!! Until I found this I was doing the "Double Browser Window Scroll 'n Click-A-Thon"! I owe you one!!:thumbup1gif:
 
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