|2||The 5010, 5020, and 6030 Series Tractors Decoded
Digging Into The Serial Number Registers
|30||Tractor Shipment Records — Two-Cylinder Era||38||Perspectives|
Creating Comfort — Air Conditioning for a Vintage Cab — by Dan Resh
Tractor Talk Shrunken Down — The 1939–1940 Model “B” and “BW” Tractors — by Doug Beaty
|Regional Two-Cylinder Ambassador Program|
|John Deere Day Movies on DVD!|
|John Deere 1:16 Scale Toy Replicas and Merchandise|
|Products • Services • Suppliers|
The 5010-I Wheel Tractor, in the form of the 5010 Scraper setup, took the place of the two-cylinder “840” Tractor with either a Hancock or John Deere 400 Scraper. More compact and quicker than some huge industrial scrapers on the market, it made for very profitable production on many types of jobs. Without the scraper, the 5010-I Tractor usually pulled compactors or water wagons. The offset (side-seat) configuration provided for excellent maneuverability.
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