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Re: worthiness of a JD 2010 ?

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06-30-2013 13:09:21

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In their day a 2010 was known as John Deere's lemon but I know many got several years of use.
The diesel engines were converted gas engines. The pto lever put the pto in gear and enguaged the clutch almost simultaneously. If someone pushed the lever w/o the engine running it would shear a pin because the gears were not lined up. I think those were the worse things about them. Also many did not realize they had hydraulic filters since they traded 2 cyls in.

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Garrey Pike

07-10-2013 17:19:38

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 Re: worthiness of a JD 2010 ? in reply to D-, 06-30-2013 13:09:21  
hi, you mentioned that the jd 2010"s have a hyd filter. where is it? i have a 1962 2010 (gas)at present i"m dealing with leak that appears to be coming from hyd pump.

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07-10-2013 19:29:55

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 Re: worthiness of a JD 2010 ? in reply to Garrey Pike, 07-10-2013 17:19:38  
1-800-522-7448 for the service manual

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Tx Jim

07-11-2013 03:26:12

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 Re: worthiness of a JD 2010 ? in reply to buickanddeere, 07-10-2013 19:29:55  
Filter is located on RH under foot rest. Clean filter(screen) with a solvent such as brake cleaner

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Tx Jim

06-30-2013 13:27:08

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 Re: worthiness of a JD 2010 ? in reply to D-, 06-30-2013 13:09:21  
1010/2010 brakes were not very good when they were brand new and got worse with age. Their hyd's left a lot to be desired, Diesel engines were a lot worse that the gasoline engines. Get a 2010 D with a Prestolite starter and you were in TROUBLE.

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06-30-2013 13:41:16

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 Re: worthiness of a JD 2010 ? in reply to Tx Jim, 06-30-2013 13:27:08  
Yeah that brake design was used by everyone and was not good on anyone's. When they got glazed they were really useless.
The air brakes on a banty rooster were much more effecient.

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