Specifications, Service and Repair of Farm and Lawn Tractors

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John Deere 2210 Attachments

John Deere 2210 Front End Loader

210 Loader Specifications

Type of Attachment - Front End Loader
Compatibility - John Deere 2210
Bucket Width - 1250 mm (49.2 in.)
Bucket Length - 618 mm (24.3 in.)
Bucket Mass - 70 kg (154 lb)
Hydraulic System Rated Flow - 20.8 L/Min (5.5 gal/min)
Hydraulic Maximum Pressure - 13,700 kPa (137 bar) (1987 psi)
Maximum Lift Height To Pivot Pin - 1740 mm (68.5 in.)
Bucket Level Clearance - 1582 mm (62 in.)
Bucket Dumped Clearance - 1280 mm (50 in.)
Overall Length - 2725 mm (107.2 in.)
Digging Depth - 200 mm (7.9 in.)
Reach At Max Lift Height - 615 mm (24.2 in.)
Bucket Reach on Ground - 1275 mm (50.2 in.)
Max Dump Angle - 47.2°
Max Dump Angle at Ground - 124°
Max Rollback Angle - 26.5°
Rollback Angle at Full Height - 98.2°
Overall Height In Carry Position - 1105 mm (43.5 in.)
Lift Capacity To Max Height at Pivot Point - 282 kg (622 lb)
Lift Capacity To Max Height - 198 kg (437 lb)
Lift Capacity To 1.5 m (59 in.) at Pivot Point - 327 kg (721 lb)
Lift Capacity To 1.5 m (59 in.) - 236 kg (520 lb)
Lift Capacity With Forklift to Max Height - 234 kg (516 lb)
Breakout Force At Pivot Point (Y) - 7017 N (1577 lb force)
Breakout Force 500 mm (19.7 in.) Forward of Pivot Point - 4768 N (1072 lb force)
Bucket Rollback Force At Max Height - 5750 N (1293 lb force)
Bucket Rollback Force At 1.5 m (59 in.) Lift Height - 6621 N (1488 lb force)
Bucket Rollback Force At Ground Level Line - 7343 N (1650 lb force)
Hydraulic Lift Cylinder (Bore/Stroke) - 40 mm (1.6 in.) / 342 mm (13.5 in.)
Hydraulic Lift Cylinder (Bore/Stroke) - 25 mm (1.0 in.) / 541 mm (21.3 in.)
Hydraulic Bucket Cylinder (Rod Diameter/Closed Length) - 40 mm (1.6 in.) / 404 mm (15.9 in.)
Hydraulic Bucket Cylinder (Rod Diameter/Closed Length) - 25 mm (1.0 in.) / 611 mm (24.1 in.)
Loader Raising Time - 3.8 s
Loader Lowering Time - 2.0 s
Bucket Dumping Time - 2.4 s
Bucket Rollback Time - 3.4 s

Attaching John Deere 210 Loader - Drive tractor slowly, straight into 210 loader. Align masts with rear frames. Engage JD 2210 tractor parking brake and/or place transmission in "Park". Shut off tractor engine and remove key. Move multi-function control lever back and forth and side-to-side several times to relieve hydraulic system pressure. Route hydraulic hoses through guide. Connect colored couplers on hoses matching numbers and/or colors on decal by coupler plate.

Dust Cap Color - Yellow. Hydraulic Function - Bucket Cylinder-Rod End (Port 1)
Dust Cap Color - Silver. Hydraulic Function - Bucket Cylinder-Head End (Port 2)
Dust Cap Color - Green. Hydraulic Function - Lift Cylinder-Head End (Port 4)
Dust Cap Color - Black. Hydraulic Function - Lift Cylinder-Rod End (Port 3)

Slowly retract lift cylinders. Masts will lower into mounting frames. Be sure notches in bottom of masts align with tab on each mounting frame. Fully retract lift cylinders raising front wheels slightly off ground. Latch bar will raise into slot in front weight bracket. Engage JD 2210 tractor parking brake and/or place transmission in "Park". Shut off tractor engine and remove key. Pull back on lock handles and turn into locking position. To help prevent damage to loader and/or tractor, be sure latch bar is fully engaged. This holds front of 210 loader onto tractor. Check to be sure latch bar and lock handles are "FULLY" engaged. Start tractor engine. Extend lift cylinders to lower tractor to ground. Add appropriate ballast.

Attaching and Detaching Bucket or Forklift - Roll bucket back slightly and raise boom approximately 460 mm (18 in.) above ground level. Remove pin from each side of attachment. Store pins in storage position. Extend bucket cylinders until pin releases from strap on each side of attachment. Lower 210 loader boom and reverse away from attachment. Carrier will release from hook on each side of attachment. To attach attachment, reverse the above steps.

Tines for Material Buckets - Bucket tines are not compatible with 1250 mm (49 in.) bucket. Use tines to penetrate hard-packed materials and to handle manure or silage. Tines extend approximately 305 mm (12 in.) from cutting edge. Holes must be drilled into bucket to accept tines.

Installing Hitch Pin Bushings on Ballast Box for Category 1 Quick Coupler Hitch - Install bushings on both hitch pins. Install small bushing over hitch pin with cross hole. Install large bushing. Align holes in bushings with hole in hitch pin and install spring pin. Assemble bushings. Insert center link pin through ballast box mast and bushing assembly. Fasten with quick-lock pin.

Attaching Ballast Box to JD 2210 Tractor with Three-Point Hitch - Back up tractor to ballast box with hitch points approximately in alignment. Engage tractor parking brake and/or place transmission in "Park". Shut off tractor engine and remove key. Attach tractor draft links. Fasten with quick-lock pins (stored on tractor draft links). Align center link with upper hole in ballast box mounting straps and install center link mounting hardware. Start tractor engine. Slowly pull hitch control lever to raise ballast box. Check for interference. Lower hitch to ground and adjust center link and/or lift links if necessary.

Check and Adjust Latch Bar Alignment - Lower 210 loader to the ground and apply enough downward force to relieve weight of tractor from front tires. Latch bar assembly should raise into position. If latch bar assembly
raises into position - Rotate lock handles to latch loader to tractor. Tighten mounting frame hardware to specifications. If latch bar assembly does not raise into position, (lock handles aligned/engaged) - Position latch bar, using lift cylinders, until just below slot. Loosen M16 hardware (both sides) and adjust latch bar until it is centered in slot. Retract lift cylinders to raise bar fully into position. If necessary, use a clamp to raise bar into position. Tighten hardware (including mounting frame hardware) to specifications. M16 Hardware Torque 350 Nm (225 lb-ft). Mounting Frame Hardware Torque 140 Nm (105 lb-ft).

John Deere 2210 Backhoe

260 Backhoe Specifications

Type of Attachment - Backhoe
Compatibility - John Deere 2210
Digging depth 2-ft. (610 mm) flat bottom - 6-ft. 2-in. (1.9 m)
Swing arc - 150 degree
Loading height (bucket at 60 degree) - 5-ft. (1.5 m)
Reach from center line of swing pivot - 8-ft. 8-in. (2.6 m)
Transport height (maximum) - 6-ft. 6-in. (1.7 m)
Bucket rotation - 180 degrees
Loading reach (bucket at 60 degree) - 2-ft. 9-in. (0.8 m)
Transport overhang - 3-ft. 1-in. (0.9 m)
Undercut - 1-ft. 5-in. (0.4 m)
Hydraulic stabilizer spread, down (approx.) - 6-ft. 2-in. (1.9 m)
Hydraulic stabilizer spread, up (approx.) - 4-ft. 10-in. (1.5 m)
Boom lift ability - 285 lb. (129 kg)
SAE dipperstick digging force - 1187 lbf. (5280 N)
SAE bucket digging force - 2036 lbf. (9056 N)
Backhoe weight with 16-in. bucket - 610 lb. (277 kg)
Angle of departure - 20 degree

How to Install and Remove a 260 Backhoe on John Deere 2210 Tractor

Installation - Back up your tractor to the backhoe (within 8 inches). Set tractor into park position. Route the hydraulic hoses from the backhoe through the guide and connect to the hydraulic hoses from the tractor. Remove backhoe boom lock pin. Back the JD 2210 tractor closer to the backhoe - Use backhoe control levers to align the backhoe frame with the backhoe mounts on the tractor. Use pins to secure the 260 backhoe to the tractor. Use stabilizer controls to raise and lower stabilizers as needed - Position notches in backhoe frame above the mount hooks. Use the stabilizers to lower the attaching hooks onto the notches on the back of the tractor. Use the boom controls to raise the boom into the back of the tractor - Install pins to secure the backhoe to the tractor.

Removal - Lower stabilizers to within a few inches above the ground. Center the boom and install the swing locking pin (Remove boom locking pin if installed). Extend the dipper stick and lower the boom. Rotate the backhoe bucket until the top edge of the bucket is parallel with the ground. Use the boom control lever to lower the boom, placing a slight downward pressure on the 260 backhoe. Remove the connecting pins from the backhoe mounts. Use the backhoe controls to lower the backhoe to just a few inches above the ground. Use the stabilizer controls to life the backhoe off the lower mounting notches on the tractor. Lower backhoe all the way to the ground. Disconnect all of the hydraulic hoses from the backhoe to the tractor - closing the connectors on both the tractor and backhoe.

John Deere 2210 Mower Deck

54-inch Mower Deck Specifications

Model - 54C Mid-Mount Mower Deck
Mower Type - Mulch, Bag or Side Discharge
Compatibility - John Deere 2210
Cutting Blades - 3
Mower Weight - 77 kg (170 lb)
Blade Bolt Torque - 68 Nm (50 lb-ft)
Cutting Width - 137.2 cm (54 in.)
Cutting Height (approximate) - 25-127 mm (1 to 5 in.)
Height Adjustment - 13 position, 6.35 mm (1/4 in.)

62-inch Mower Deck Specifications

Model - 62C Mid-Mount Mower Deck
Mower Type - Mulch, Bag or Side Discharge
Compatibility - JD 2210
Cutting Blades - 3
Mower Weight - 91 kg (200 lb)
Blade Bolt Torque - 68 Nm (50 lb-ft)
Cutting Width - 157.5 cm (62 in.)
Cutting Height (approximate) - 25-127 mm (1 to 5 in.)
Height Adjustment - 13 position, 6.35 mm (1/4 in.)

Install Mower Discharge Chute - Hold chute firmly on 62C mower deck when installing. Install mower discharge chute to mower deck with two bolts and lock nuts. Tighten nuts to 20 Nm (15 lb-ft). Check hinge action by opening and releasing the chute. The chute must spring back completely to the lowered position.

Install Mower Deck Gauge Wheels - Remove gauge wheels by pulling back on release rod. Insert gauge wheels, wheel down. Pull and hold release rod, move wheel to desired position. Insert release rod in hole.

Check Height of Lift Arms - 54C Mower height control knob must turn 360 deg. If knob does not turn 360 deg, adjust height. Start machine and pull back rockshaft control lever to raise arms. Turn mower height control knob 360 deg. If knob does not turn, push rockshaft control lever forward to lower arms. Stop machine. Loosen nuts on both sides of lift rod assembly. Turn lift rod assembly to lengthen distance between points, the centerline of yoke holes, to 625 mm (24.6 in.). Hand tighten nuts. Start machine and pull back rockshaft control lever to raise arms. Turn mower height control knob 360 deg. If knob does not turn 360 deg, adjust length of lift rod assembly between points 1-2 mm at a time until knob turns around 360 deg.

Check Lift Arm Clearance - If needed, adjust clearance to 2 mm (0.08 in.) on both sides between lift arm and machine frame stud. Start machine and pull back rockshaft control lever to raise arms. Remove spring-locking pin and drilled pin from each arm. Turn each yoke clockwise to raise arm. Turn each yoke counterclockwise to lower arm. Attach each yoke to lift arm with drilled pin and spring-locking pin. Start machine and push rockshaft control lever forward to lower arms. Park machine safely. Tighten nuts on both ends of lift rod assembly to 60 Nm (44 lb-ft).

John Deere 2210 Snowblower

47" Snowblower Specifications

Type - Front Mount, 2-Stage
Compatibility - John Deere 2210
Width - 119 cm (47-in.)
Height of Opening - 59 cm (23-in.)
Housing Thickness - 14 ga (0,075-in.)
Side Panel Thickness - 7 ga (0,177-in.)
Auger Diameter - 16-in. (41 cm)
Auger Speed - 160 rpm at rated engine speed.
Impeller Speed - 800 rpm at rated engine speed.
Impeller Diameter - 41 cm (16-in.)
Lift System - Hydraulic
Lift Height - 19-21 cm (7-1/2-8 in.)
Chute Control - Hydraulic
Chute Rotation - 200 Degrees
Weight (Approximate) - 181 kg (400 lb)

Replacing Discharge Chute Cables - Start engine. Turn chute 100° to left using SCV lever. Hydraulic cylinder should be completely retracted. Stop engine. Lower 47-inch snow blower. Lock park brake. Remove two nuts, washers, and cable shield. Loosen two cap screws. Disconnect cable ends from chute. Remove nut, bolt and washers. Remove cable ends and from pulleys. Remove cable assembly. Install new cable so longer cable end is to left and shorter cable end is to right. Install bolt and washers in cable assembly eyelet. Install and tighten nut.

Routing Chute Cables - Move chute so tab on chute is in line with edge of cap screw. Chute opening will be to the left. Route left cable. Use locking pliers to pull cable tight. Tighten cap screw. Route right cable. Use locking pliers to pull cable tight. Tighten cap screw.

John Deere 2210 Front Blade

60 Inch Front Blade Specifications

Compatibility - JD 2210
Blade Width, Straight - 60 in. (152 cm)
Blade Width, Angled 15° - 58 in. (147 cm)
Blade Width, Angled 27° - 53.5 in. (135 cm)
Angling Positions, Right and Left - 0-27 degrees
Blade Trip - Spring Trip
Blade Float - Hydraulic

Checking Hydraulic Hoses and Fluid Level - Relieve pressure before disconnecting hydraulic or other pressurized lines. Tighten all connections before applying pressure. Remove transaxle hydraulic fluid dipstick. Check fluid level. Add fluid if necessary. Replace dipstick. Start engine. Move hydraulic control levers back and forth to check for leaks.

Checking 60" Blade Rotation - Start engine. If blade does not move in the direction indicated, reverse hose location in ports. Turn blade in both directions: Move lever to the right to rotate blade to the right. Move lever to the left to rotate the blade to the left.

John Deere 2210 Rotary Tiller

RT1149 Rotary Tiller Specifications

Model - Frontier RT1149 Rotary Tiller
Working width - 49 inch (1.24 m)
Depth control - Adjustable skid shoes
Weight with skid shoes - 323 lb. (147 kg)
Gearbox speed - Single
Side drive - Chain ASA 80
Tractor PTO speed - 540 rpm
Hitch - Category 1 iMatch
Offset - 8 in. (203 mm)
Maximum working depth - 6.3 in. (160 mm)
Blade type - C
Blade per flange - 4
Rotor flanges - 6
Rear door support - Chain

Installing Frontier RT1149 tiller on 2210 tactor - Back tractor into position and align draft links with draft link brackets on tiller using tractor rockshaft control. Locate driller pin in holes. Fasten each draft link to draft link brackets with drilled pins and quiklock pins. Locate driller pin in lower lift brackets holes. Locate driller pin in top holes. Install center link on tiller and fasten with drilled pin and quiklock pin. Install PTO shaft to tractor. Engage the cardan shaft and check that it is perfectly locked on the tractor PTO. Check that the guard is free to turn and fix it with the relative latch. Raise tiller. Remove spring locking pin from parking stand. Slide parking stand all the way up on tiller bracket. Fasten with spring locking pin. Level tiller. Adjust sway chains on tractor lower draft arms to minimize side way.

PTO shaft - The PTO shaft, supplied with the machine, is of standard length. Therefore it might be necessary to adapt the PTO shaft. In that case, before doing anything, consult the Manufacturer for the eventual adaptation. When the PTO shaft is fully extended, the two tubes must overlap by at least 15 cm. When fully inserted, the minimum play must be 4 cm.

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