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John Deere Tractors Discussion Forum
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Roxanne Secrest

04-23-2013 12:24:40




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I am wanting to find out if the John Deere model A ever came out with an oil dipstick or spin out rims?




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Vaughn Vondrasek

04-24-2013 15:31:45




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Roxanne Secrest, 04-23-2013 12:24:40  
I thought some of the early AO-streamlined had a dipstick.



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Roxanne Secrest

04-24-2013 14:29:05




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Roxanne Secrest, 04-23-2013 12:24:40  
I would like to thank everyone for all their information about my Question. It was very helpful!!



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Mike Aylward

04-24-2013 13:59:18




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Roxanne Secrest, 04-23-2013 12:24:40  
The tractor came with neither one but as several mentioned you could buy the dipsticks in the aftermarket. As for the spinout rims, there is a way you could put those on an A. Massey-Harris, Oliver and possibly others used a 9-bolt cast spinout wheel which will bolt directly on a 9-bolt A hub that would have had a pressed steel wheel on it originally. Mike



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Morries roessler

04-24-2013 00:48:26




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Roxanne Secrest, 04-23-2013 12:24:40  
I have a 1945 B with a dip stick where the oil petcock goes,I know it is a aftermarket thing but seems to work alright. As for spinout rims, never seen such an animal on a JD.



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Tx Jim

04-24-2013 03:54:27




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Morries roessler, 04-24-2013 00:48:26  
Power adjust rear wheels were an option on JD 2 cylinders on the 20/30 series.



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Stan - Florida

04-23-2013 18:36:41




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Roxanne Secrest, 04-23-2013 12:24:40  
I heard rumors many years ago that Deere came up with the spinout wheel design but thought it wasn't strong enough for them....sold the idea to Allis Chalmers, I heard. At least A C was the first one I ever saw with that feature.

Who knows?



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jeo46

04-23-2013 14:40:41




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Roxanne Secrest, 04-23-2013 12:24:40  
I have a dipstick for an JD A or a JD 60. Haven't put it in yet, but they work fairly well. Ran unto it at a swap meet.



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Mike M

04-23-2013 12:50:35




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Roxanne Secrest, 04-23-2013 12:24:40  
I have seen an aftermarket dipstick that installs where the oil level petcock was. Someone could of made aftermarket spin out rims too,but I've never seen any on those tractors.

But nothing from JD.



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Roxanne Secrest

04-23-2013 14:02:19




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Mike M, 04-23-2013 12:50:35  
Thank you so much. My husband talked to a guy that told him he thought that it came from the factory with it. We thought that it could have been a little far fetched.



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Tx Jim

04-23-2013 12:24:22




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Roxanne Secrest, 04-23-2013 12:24:40  
No on both counts.



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Rich Duane

04-23-2013 12:49:25




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 Re: John Deere Question in reply to Tx Jim, 04-23-2013 12:24:22  
Central Tractor in 1960 offered a after market dipstick.



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