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John Deere 60

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Howard Parker

02-06-2014 15:39:18
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did the John Deere 60 have aluminum pistons or cast iron pistons from the factory? thanks Howard




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Mike M

02-07-2014 06:54:57
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 Re: John Deere 60 in reply to Howard Parker, 02-06-2014 15:39:18  
I think early models had cast iron and then later in life the came with alum ones. I'm not near my parts book but I thought there were some serial number breaks in there for this ? I remember something about narrower rings too ? But this may of been even on the cast iron ones in the 60 verses the ones for an A but the pistons all subbed over for replacements.



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Unruh

02-06-2014 17:12:24
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 Re: John Deere 60 in reply to Howard Parker, 02-06-2014 15:39:18  
I bought a new 60 JD in 1955. It was a held over 54 model. I paid $2,260. for it with a wide front, the 801 three point hitch and remote cylinder. Years later, I took it apart to change rings on it. I don't call that an overhaul! It had cast pistons in it.



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jasinpa

02-06-2014 16:56:06
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 Re: John Deere 60 in reply to Howard Parker, 02-06-2014 15:39:18  
had one apart years age it had cast pistons in it , so id say from new they did , but when they are overhauled replaced with alum.



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