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1938 John Deere Model D

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Todd Widener

01-20-2012 07:37:11
76.199.1.242



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I have a 1938 John Deere Model D.

I am looking for drawings or books of the Model D that are the original engineered drawings showning how the tractor was made and put together? Or Drawings like exploded views of the tractor? I have seen today exploded views of transmissions or carbs of cars today - is there any drawings for that on the model d for the entire tractor?

Does anyone know if John Deere has archives that you can get of the original engineered drawings for your tractor (copy of them)?

Let me know. I might have posed this twice today. Sorry.

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WeirdDeere

01-21-2012 02:27:46
208.93.186.32



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 Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to Todd Widener, 01-20-2012 07:37:11  
The parts catalogs are available for free...beware that the early unstyled manuals are not arranged how you'd expect. It's like the parts are laid out on a board and drawn....their relationship to each other is not shown.The styled manual is more what you'd expect. They're ALL useful for yours.

  • CAT45R--This parts Catalog covers the Model D and DI, up to approximately 1935. You can download the PDF file, here.

  • PC658--This parts Catalog is for all unstyled D tractors (#30400- #143799). You can download the PDF file, here.

  • PC659--This parts Catalog is for all styled D tractors (#143800- onward). You can download the PDF file, here.
  • I've never seen your exact bracket....I think it's a custom thing myself. Actually it looks something like a bracket for a generator? Sometimes they were mounted on the fender with a belt going to a pulley on the flywheel or belt pulley....so they could have lights.

    If you want pictures of the other brackets that hold the fenders/sheetmetal on, here you go:

    http://s108.photobucket.com/albums/n8/weirddeere/D%20fenders/

    Brandon

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    Todd Widener

    01-23-2012 14:03:57
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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to WeirdDeere, 01-21-2012 02:27:46  
    Brandon,

    Thanks for the info and photos. It will help alot.



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    WeirdDeere

    01-24-2012 00:07:10
    208.93.186.195



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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to Todd Widener, 01-23-2012 14:03:57  
    I have a '38 and if you need anything specific just let me know



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    Todd Widener

    01-24-2012 10:24:48
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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to WeirdDeere, 01-24-2012 00:07:10  

    Attached is a photo of the one other time I saw the bracket on a fender (this photo not of my D). I found it on the net. I guess it could be a bracket to hold a generator on as you commented, but I have no lights or need for electrical unless it had some at one time. Also attached is the D before it was redone (my tractor). If you look hard enough - you can see it on the far fender. Last photo is how it sits now. Thank you for all of your help and photos. I will contact you when I hit a question. I am new to this and do not know anyone that is an expert around here. I hope to learn a few things at a few shows this year.

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    WeirdDeere

    01-24-2012 12:30:12
    199.87.176.215



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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to Todd Widener, 01-24-2012 10:24:48  
    Any part numbers on that bracket?

    You could always put it back on to make people scratch their heads! I wish I knew what it was for!

    Brandon



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    Todd Widener

    01-25-2012 14:07:58
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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to WeirdDeere, 01-24-2012 12:30:12  
    No numbers that I am aware of, but it is in storage for the winter - I will check out in spring.



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    pbb

    01-20-2012 17:54:52
    96.43.45.60



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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to Todd Widener, 01-20-2012 07:37:11  
    Call detwillers. They got new fenders and floor boards.They may have every thind you need.



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    Grabatire

    01-20-2012 16:34:41
    216.238.225.102



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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to Todd Widener, 01-20-2012 07:37:11  
    That bracket isn't in the parts book I have for that tractor, so who knows what it was for.

    Your best bet may be to get a parts book. It's probably as close as you'll get to an exploded view.



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    woodvue

    01-20-2012 09:38:37
    184.94.187.160



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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to Todd Widener, 01-20-2012 07:37:11  
    Contact Correct Connection, they send good diagrams with their sheet metal bolt sets. They would help you out. I don't have the number handy but I think a quick google search will find it, or search this site.



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    bjb in Tx from Ne

    01-20-2012 07:43:50
    141.197.12.183



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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to Todd Widener, 01-20-2012 07:37:11  
    Did you get a JD Parts manual for a D yet?
    They are available for free from JD online. Search for JD parts and there should be a link where you can search for parts manuals. Search for "D" and it is number 658. It will open as a PDF that you can then save to you computer.

    Glancing through it most parts are just pictured, but the started, carb, and magnetos are shown as exploded parts views.

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    Todd Widener

    01-20-2012 08:04:30
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     Re: 1938 John Deere Model D in reply to bjb in Tx from Ne, 01-20-2012 07:43:50  

    Yes, I did get the JD Parts Manual.

    What I have that is a problem is that the tractor came with out the fenders on it. The tractor was restored, but the fenders were not. I would like to get the fenders re-done or get new ones but I was given a jar full of old nuts/bolts/shims that I have no idea were they belong on the tractor and or do not know what is missing that did not make it to the jar. I am also missing the side brackets that hold the fenders down to the top of the tractor. Also I have this bracket on top of 1 fender that I have no idea what it is or was used for (this is the left fender sitting on the tractor) - the bracket is on the front of that fender. I have seen 1 photo of another model d with it, but have no idea what it is for.

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