John Deere Battery Size Chart (Find The Perfect Fit)

Your John Deere equipment will never be the same if you don’t replace its dead battery with a proper replacement.

Dealing with a dead battery can make you feel rather clueless if you are unsure about the battery size and potential replacement options.

Have a look at our John Deere battery size chart to identify the best substitute battery for your John Deere.

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John Deere Battery Size Chart

A John Deere battery size chart is a chart that displays the dimensions of different types of John Deere batteries. 

You would want to consult a John Deere battery chart to know what battery size is ideal for your John Deere equipment.

The power requirements of different types of John Deere equipment vary. Therefore, they require different sizes of batteries to meet their power demands.

Using the wrong battery size can cause your machine to malfunction.

Here is our John Deere battery size chart. We have broken it into several parts for better visual comprehension. 

John Deere Battery Chart (BCI, Brand, Part Number, Volts)

BCI (Battery Council International) Brand Part Number Volts
U1 Original Equipment TY25221B 12
U1 Standard-Duty TY25878B 12
3ET Original Equipment TY24341B 12
3ET Standard-Duty TY27794B 12
4D Original Equipment TY23020B 12
4D Original Equipment TY21754B 12
4DLT Original Equipment TY24381B 12
4DLT Standard-Duty TY27829B 12
5D Original Equipment TY23025B 6
5D Standard-Duty TY27793B 6
22NF Original Equipment TY26498B 12
22NF Standard-Duty TY27798B 12
31 Original Equipment TY25879B 12
31 Standard-Duty TY27796B 12
31 Original Equipment TY25803B 12
31T Original Equipment TY24546B 12
31T Standard-Duty TY27795B 12
34 Original Equipment TY26442B 12
34 Standard-Duty TY27797B 12
51 Original Equipment TY25876B 12
51 Standard-Duty TY27806B 12

John Deere Battery Chart (CCA, RC, Ref. AH)

CCA RC Ref.AH 
350 38 30
300 34 25
620 120 72
460 120 70
1400 410 190
1050 290 135
1000 220 132
860 235 120
1000 300 180
880 250 130
500 75 45
360 58 35
950 175 90
925 170 90
760 170 85
950 175 90
925 170 90
800 115 65
690 110 60
500 75 45
425 70 40

John Deere Battery Chart (Core Units & Dimensions)

Core Units Length Width Height
0.5 7 3/4 in. (197 mm) 5 3/16 in. (132 mm) 7 5/16 in. (186 mm)
0.5 7 3/4 in. (197 mm) 5 3/16 in. (132 mm) 7 5/16 in. (186 mm
1.5 19 5/8 in. (491 mm) 4 3/8 in. (111 mm) 9 13/16 in. (249 mm)
1.5 19 5/8 in. (491 mm) 4 3/8 in. (111 mm) 9 13/16 in. (249 mm)
3.0 20 ½ in. (521mm) 8 ½ in. (216 mm) 10 in (254 mm)
3.0 20 ½ in. (521mm) 8 ½ in. (216 mm) 10 in (254 mm)
1.5 20 in. (520mm) 8 1/8 in. (206mm) 8 in. (203 mm)
1.5 20 in. (520mm) 8 1/4 in. (209mm) 8 in. (203 mm)
1.5 13 3/4 in. (349 mm) 7 1/8 in. (181 mm) 9 3/8 in. (238 mm)
1.5 13 ½ in. (343mm) 7 1/8 in. (181 mm) 9 3/8 in. (238 mm)
1.0 9 ½ in. (241mm) 6 7/8 in. (175mm) 9 ½ in. (241mm)
1.0 9 ½ in. (241mm) 5 ½ in. (140mm) 9 in. (229 mm)
1.5 13 in. (330 mm) 6 3/4 in. (171 mm) 9 ½ in. (241mm)
1.5 13 in. (330 mm) 6 3/4 in. (171 mm) 9 ½ in. (241mm)
1.5 13 in. (330 mm) 6 3/4 in. (171 mm) 9 ½ in. (241mm)
1.5 13 in. (330 mm) 6 3/4 in. (171 mm) 9 ½ in. (241mm)
1.5 13 in. (330 mm) 6 3/4 in. (171 mm) 9 ½ in. (241mm)
1.0 10 3/4 in. (273 mm) 6 7/8 in. (175 mm) 8 in. (203 mm)
1.0 10 3/4 in. (273 mm) 6 7/8 in. (175 mm) 8 in. (203 mm)
1.0 9 3/8 in. (238mm) 5 in. (127mm) 8 ¾ in. (222mm)
1.0 9 3/8 in. (238mm) 5 in. (127mm) 8 ¾ in. (222mm)

John Deere Tractor Battery Cross Reference Chart

A John Deere tractor battery cross reference chart is a valuable resource to refer to when you are looking for a replacement battery for a John Deere tractor.

Here are some replacement battery suggestions for the most well-known John Deere tractor models:

John Deere Tractor Model Replacement Batteries
John Deere 5050 D Amaron AAM-HR-NT600H29R ( 90 Ah), Amaron AAM-HR-NT600H29L ( 90 Ah), Amaron AAM-HR-NT600E41R ( 90 Ah), Amaron AAM-HR-NT600E41L ( 90 Ah), Exide FXP0-XP880 ( 88 Ah )
John Deere 5045 D The same as above
John Deere 5036 C The same as above
John Deere 5042 D The same as above
John Deere 5038 D The same as above
John Deere 5075 E Amaron AAM-BL-BL1000RMF ( 100 Ah), Amaron AAM-HW-NT700H29R (100 Ah), Amaron AAM-HW-HC700E41R (100 Ah), Exide FXP0-XP1000 ( 100 Ah ),

AAA Premium Battery BCI No. 34 690 A, NAPA The Legend Professional Battery BCI No. 27 710 A, AAA Premium Battery BCI No. 24 725 A

John Deere – 5055 E Amaron AAM-HR-NT600H29R ( 90 Ah), Amaron AAM-HR-NT600H29L (90 Ah), Amaron AAM-HR-NT600E41R ( 90 Ah), Amaron AAM-HR-NT600E41L (90 Ah), Exide FXP0-XP880 ( 88 Ah), AAA Premium Battery BCI No. 34 690 A, NAPA The Legend Professional Battery BCI No. 27 710 A
John Deere 1023 E AAA Premium Battery BCI No. 51R 500 A, NAPA The Legend Premium AGM Battery BCI No. 51R 500 A
John Deere 2023 R The same as above
John Deere 5725 MFWD Amaron AAM-HW-NT700H29R ( 100 Ah), Amaron AAM-HW-HC700E41R (100 Ah), Exide FXP0-XP1000 ( 100 Ah )

How To Buy John Deere Replacement Battery

The first thing you need to do while trying to buy a replacement John Deere battery is to go to John Deere’s official website and look up the model of the equipment.

Find out the battery details precisely. You can choose to buy OE John Deere replacement batteries from the site, but of course, that won’t be cheap.

John Deere catalogs its agricultural equipment battery range into two categories. The STRONGBOX™ STANDARD-DUTY batteries are the standard models.

These batteries provide excellent service and will last for a considerable amount of time. John Deere, however, also has a premium battery range for those who want exceptional battery output. 

The STRONGBOX™ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT battery line is more advanced and heavy-duty. These batteries will help you get the most out of your machinery.

You can consider buying them if you regularly operate your machine in high temperatures and drive in harsh terrains. The increased durability of these batteries minimizes the need for maintenance.

Buying aftermarket models is another solution. You can consider buying batteries of the same specification as your OE battery from other manufacturers, like NAPA, Amaron, AAA, etc.

If you don’t mind the research, you can get better value for money with aftermarket batteries. Make sure the battery matches the specs of the original battery before buying.

Final Words

Don’t forget to go through the John Deere battery size chart before purchasing a replacement battery for your John Deere equipment.

Buying the wrong battery size will be a colossal waste of money. Check the dimensions and other specs to make the fit perfect. The research might feel tedious, but trust us; it’s a worthwhile effort.

TAYLOR GALLA
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