Posted by Roy Suomi on October 01, 2012 at 18:19:21 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: 1010 dozer posted by carl reitnauer on October 01, 2012 at 14:43:18:
Carl....If you don't want a money pit, then stay away from the 1010..As the story goes..... Deere quit sending out the 1010/2010 in late '64 and substituted the 350/450 in their place..Any machines left were parted out.. This was told to me by our Deere rep. in the mid '70's...350 was a bit underpowered and weak in the engine dampener plate springs and steering clutches.. 450 was Deere's saving grace..The biggest problem is that nobody outside of Deere technicians could make the transmission work properly..Harsh shifting or slipping/heating of transmission..An occasional adjustment to the pressure/speed of shift screw would make it a great machine..
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