Product description for John Deere 4100
The used JOHN DEERE 4100 remains a versatile utility tractor that combines superb performance with a compact design. A JOHN DEERE 4100 for sale today is an affordable alternative to buyer new tractors for a wide range of jobs, including material handling, agriculture operations, and construction.
JOHN DEERE 4100 Production History
The JOHN DEERE 4100 compact tractor was produced by JOHN DEERE from 1998 until 2001. Part of the 4000 Compact Series, the 4100 was a smaller alternative for the JOHN DEERE 4200. The 19-horsepower 4100 was also available in a narrow version. The JD 4100 was a replacement for the JOHN DEERE 760 and was succeeded by the JOHN DEERE 4110, which began production in 2002 as part of the enhanced 4000 Ten Compact Series.
JOHN DEERE 4100 Specs
The DEERE 4100 features a three-cylinder, 1.0-litre Yanmar 3TNE74 diesel engine. The engine is liquid cool and features a direct injection fuel system. The tractor is equipped with a 5.8-gallon or 22-litre fuel tank and a three-point hitch with a rear lift capacity of 930 pounds or 421 kilograms. Other JOHN DEERE 4100 specs include four-wheel drive, a mechanical differential lock, power steering, differential wet disc brakes, and a two-post roll-over protection system. The JOHN DEERE 4100 tractor is fitted with partially synchronised transmission with eight forward and four reverse gears, although certain tractors have hydrostatic transmission with infinite two-range forward and reverse gears. The tractor is compatible with the JOHN DEERE 410 loader.
4100 JOHN DEERE Dimensions
The 4100 JOHN DEERE has a wheelbase of 58 inches or 147 centimetres. It is 43 inches or 109 centimetres wide, although the narrow version of the 4100 is 36 inches or 91 centimetres wide. A JOHN DEER 4100 with regular gear transmission weighs 1,517 pounds or 688 kilograms, while tractors fitted with hydrostatic transmission weight 1,565 pounds or 709 kilograms.