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Re: john deere 60

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02-18-2013 07:21:35

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If it needs a valve job let the machine shop do it. Ask them about the hardened seats. As for the aftermarket power steering. It may degrade the value of tractor but maybe not.
Unsure on the retainers. The bearing must be pulled off. The tractor has a thermo-syphon cooling system. Be need for a thermostat. Mix water and anti-freeze BEFORE dumping it in the radiator. The shutters work very well. That's your thermostat. You open and close them manually by turning the knob on the dash watching the gauge. Operating temp should be up around 180-190*. Good luck.

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Kent Petersen

02-18-2013 11:16:22

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 Re: john deere 60 in reply to husker44a, 02-18-2013 07:21:35  
i beg to differ husker you dont kow much about a 60 frist yes get new seats installed next new rotors are neaded this tractor model does not have a thermo syphon set up it has a water pump from the factory the thermostat is in the bottom of the radator it was suppost to open and close the shutters was ok till get a little dirt and rust then junk best the find thermostate set up fore later model 60 and take the shutters off also there was no control on the dash fot the shutters on the 60

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Bob Harvey

02-19-2013 09:43:29

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 Re: john deere 60 in reply to Kent Petersen, 02-18-2013 11:16:22  
The shutters and 'Sylphon' (thermostat) that came with the '60 can be rebuilt - I have done so, and was lucky to find a NOS Sylphon.

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