Oil capacity on most 4020 diesels increased from 8 to 12 quarts starting with the 1969 model year, tractor serial number 201,000. High-crop diesel tractors retained the 8-quart capacity throughout the production run. Tractors fitted with after-market turbochargers, and early tractors with replacement oil pans, may also have the higher oil capacity.
FAQ 1968 4020 gas engine oil type
What kind of oil does a John Deere 4020 Diesel take?
John Deere 6.6L 6-cyl diesel John Deere 5.6L 6-cyl gasoline John Deere 5.9L 6-cyl gasoline John Deere 5.9L 6-cyl LP gas Engine Detail John Deere diesel 6-cylinder 12-valve liquid-cooled inline Oil capacity on most 4020 diesels increased from 8 to 12 quarts starting with the 1969 model year, tractor serial number 201,000.
What kind of gas does a 4020 take?
A 4020 fueled by gasoline or LP-gas and not configured as a row crop is almost definitely rare. The 4020 was almost identical in appearance to the 4010. The instrument panel was changed to a more concave shape and the black now extended from the top of the instrument panel down and below the shift quadrant.
What are the different types of Ford 4020 tractors?
Three body types were available when purchasing a 4020. Row crop, standard, and Hi-Crop tractors were the domestic versions of the tractor, and only slight changes were made when the tractors were exported. While there was no 4020 industrial, an industrial version of the tractor labeled the 600 was produced.
Where was the John Deere 4020 tractor made?
This tractor was manufactured by John Deere in Waterloo, Iowa, USA and in Mexico from 1963 to 1972. This tractor was available as standard (4020S), row-crop (4020), high-crop (4020HC) and industrial (600) tractor.