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04-07-2008 10:27:12

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well i just found out i am going to be getting my grandfathers old model G.

i already have his 1010 john deere i am restoring but now i will have this one also.

where will i find the serial number and is there some documents somewhere that can hep me determine the year of it?

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04-08-2008 04:14:04

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 Re: model G question in reply to CarlF, 04-07-2008 10:27:12  
thanks guys for the info...

what are some of the options that make it more rare then others?

i know this one has the fertlizer box for the front, complete front cultivator for the middle and cultivator setup for the back also and it has hydrolics.

the fertlizer box will need to be rebuilt as the wood has rotted away.

it may be a little bit before i can get to it as there is so much crap around it in the garage it is in. well what left of the garage.

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04-08-2008 08:11:05

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 Re: model G question in reply to CarlF, 04-08-2008 04:14:04  
Hyds are a plus.. Hyds AND a belt pulley are a super +.

Implements like mounted cultivators always sweeten the deal.


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04-07-2008 12:36:15

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 Re: model G question in reply to CarlF, 04-07-2008 10:27:12  
third party image

Here's a pic of the trans and battery box on my G. the seat is kinda in the way.. however look at my black arrow and circle.. there is where the SN will be in relation to the gear shift.

here is the SN range/dates:

Year Starting Serial Number 1948 6 1949 10961 1950 23180 1951 24006 1952 25269 1953 26497 1954 28036 1955 29036

hope that helps.


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04-07-2008 10:53:07

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 Re: model G question in reply to CarlF, 04-07-2008 10:27:12  
is there any documentation any where that i can maybe figure out what year it may be?

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04-07-2008 11:28:20

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 Re: model G question in reply to CarlF, 04-07-2008 10:53:07  
Left side of this page- Research and Info, click on serial numbers.

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04-07-2008 10:47:11

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 Re: model G question in reply to CarlF, 04-07-2008 10:27:12  
Ser.# is on top of the transmission case & will read G*****...

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