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Re: When did JD switch to side console on the 4020??

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12-30-2012 22:26:06

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1969 was the side console year of introduction. It would depend on the region as to the LP's ordered when the side console was standard. Here in MN most of the 69 and later tractors were diesel.

In Oklahoma they may have been LP. Who knows? I was born the day my Dad bought his 4020. I'm probably not selling that one. Hint on my age, its a 69... :wink:
This post was edited by Dalet at 22:28:50 12/30/12.

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12-30-2012 22:32:04

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 Re: When did JD switch to side console on the 4020?? in reply to Dalet, 12-30-2012 22:26:06 age too.... 2-17

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12-31-2012 06:30:31

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 Re: When did JD switch to side console on the 4020?? in reply to Ralph Bauer, 12-30-2012 22:32:04  
Ralph ,according to my info It says 836 row crop and 3 Hi crop side counsel making 839 total.The power shift question has no answer but if you have one with HFWA the # could probably fit on one hand.

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12-31-2012 08:31:00

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 Re: When did JD switch to side console on the 4020?? in reply to larryanderson, 12-31-2012 06:30:31  
Counsel is something a lawyer does for you, as in "counselor". A '69 4020 has a CONSOLE. Sorry, but this is a pet peeve of mine, kinda like "finders" and "syngro".

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12-31-2012 09:50:50

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 Re: When did JD switch to side console on the 4020?? in reply to toolz, 12-31-2012 08:31:00  
Sorry for spelling error.Spell check would not help as it is a word.Console tractors are one of my favorites.We all have things that bother us I happen to not like painted axles or tachs that are wrong for year even though the advertiser states original hours.I actually was in a spelling bee at museum and came in second to many educated people guess I must have been lucky.

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