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JD GT235

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ckain(mi)

11-22-2017 13:27:48




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Is this model actually a 'john deere' or is it made for JD, by some other company. Is the Briggs twin (18hp) a solid runner ?? Thanks.




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Greenfrog

11-25-2017 16:46:33




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 Re: JD GT235 in reply to ckain(mi), 11-22-2017 13:27:48  
I have had a jd. Gt235 since 2004. Good tractor. No major problems at all, Just belts,spindle bearing , and a little broken spring on the deck heights adjustment knob. Runs smooth. Yes it is a jd product. Even it's battery lasted 7 years!
No ptoclutch problems. Heavy built...it is a lawn tractor, not just a lawn mower.. there IS a difference.



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Greenfrog

11-25-2017 16:53:34




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 Re: JD GT235 in reply to Greenfrog, 11-25-2017 16:46:33  
Oh, yes..the top part of the hood cracked. Local implement dealer said they had seen several come in with cracked hoods. Just quality of plastic at that time. Don't open hood by grabbing at top center...grab in vents on each side to prevent stressing the plastic. It might not have been UV tolerant as much as they might have thought. I ordered a new top part from amazon!



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TractorTerry

11-22-2017 19:47:20




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 Re: JD GT235 in reply to ckain(mi), 11-22-2017 13:27:48  
my dad had one for a few years not used hard but put 2 transmission pulleys on it would chew the center spline out of the pulley not a bad tractor though but he likes his new simplicity better



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ckain(mi)

11-22-2017 15:11:42




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 Re: JD GT235 in reply to ckain(mi), 11-22-2017 13:27:48  
apparently it is a John Deere co. product, Anyone know if it is a 'well built' one ?



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High Octane

11-23-2017 12:11:17




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 Re: JD GT235 in reply to ckain(mi), 11-22-2017 15:11:42  
I have a 01 model. Model 54 deck, gator blades, Briggs vtwin. Deck brgs are greasable, I like that. New seat and hood damage is normal to see on list of fix it on em.



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