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Deere introduces 5603, 5625 tractors

Adding to an already extensive line of utility tractors, John Deere introduces the new 5603 and 5625 tractors, both rated at 99 engine horsepower.

“We've done extensive customer research and these two economical tractors meet the needs of operators who want a higher horsepower utility tractor to do heavy-duty chores around the farm, ranch, or worksite,” says Mike Alvin, division manager, John Deere Commercial Products.

Different packages

“These tractors can be ordered with different packages in tailored configurations to match a customer's needs.”

The 5603 tractor comes standard with a 12/12 PowrReverser transmission, a rear selective control valve (SCV), Mechanical Front Wheel Drive (MFWD) axle, 540 Economy PTO, and a spacious cab.

“Several optional features on the 5603 tractor include mid-mount SCVs for loader work, factory installed loaders, and two different tire options,” explains Alvin.

“We now have an economical solution for those customers requesting a higher horsepower, value-priced tractor.”

The 5625 tractor is an addition to the popular 5025 Series tractors and has many options to provide maximum versatility for a wide variety of tasks. The tractors are highly customizable and are offered in 15 different MFWD configurations.

Optional features

“Optional features on the 5625 include several transmission configurations, electrohydraulic (EH) MFWD engagement, and triple mid-mount and rear SCVs,” says Alvin. “EH hitch controls, several tire options, and many platform combinations, can also be ordered, including a highly featured cab with an air ride seat.”

The 5603 and 5625 tractors will be available in March 2007. For more information, visit the Web site at or visit the local John Deere dealer.

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