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Steve KY

12-22-2002 06:16:46




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I have a john deere loader that says the model number is "810 820" w/serial number 2616. It is a gasoline 4/cyl. engine. It has tracks. I am having electrical problems and can't find any electrical diagrams anywhere for this loader. As a matter of fact, I can't find any information on this machine anywhere! Anyone with any info would be very much appreciated.
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Steve KY




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Lavoy

12-22-2002 12:13:11




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 Re: john deere loader in reply to Steve KY, 12-22-2002 06:16:46  
Steve,
The 810 loader is used on 1010's, the 820 is used on 2010's. The numbers you gave are for the loader.
Look on the right front corner of the engine block, or on the left hand side of the bellhousing for the tractor serial number.
The books are all available from Deere, we just need to figure out which one you have.
You can go to the picture pages on our website, and see if you see one that looks like yours.
Lavoy

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