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Re: JD B - What is this part?

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12-21-2012 16:48:56

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I think Kent has it right if I can decipher his horrible spelling and grammar. Not all Bs had the drain plug in the first reduction gear cover, only the later ones.

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Kent Petersen

12-21-2012 20:58:52

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 Re: JD B - What is this part? in reply to 55deere70, 12-21-2012 16:48:56  
may not spell very but know how to fix them and what they are by the way that is not after market pump they were made by deere

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Jethro Lilley

12-31-2012 21:30:43

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 Re: JD B - What is this part? in reply to Kent Petersen, 12-21-2012 20:58:52  
Yes, but the live hydraulic pump was a Deere aftermarket kit. Both of our B's had one installed by the dealership after my granddad bought 274881 in 1950, and after my dad bought 308885 in 1952. There is no mention of it in the owner's manual or in SM2004, the dealer service manual dated 1948, but a breakdown of "Live Hydraulic Pump Kit" is shown in the PC-330 parts manual on page 112. They were not installed at the factory.

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Paul from MI

12-22-2012 18:37:29

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 Re: JD B - What is this part? in reply to Kent Petersen, 12-21-2012 20:58:52  
Don't worry much about grammar, what matters is knowing about the topic. If Kent is like me, he didn't learn to type and is self taught. Makes for some "fat fingers" when typing responses. Some of us were not taught to use computers in the first grade.

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12-22-2012 12:45:05

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 Re: JD B - What is this part? in reply to Kent Petersen, 12-21-2012 20:58:52  
I am sure most here get ticked when some uppity City Boy wants to correct the grammar of an innocent person who is the Salt of the Earth...

They "just don't get it"...

But, the rest of us understand..NOT ALL School Systems were (or are) equal...


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