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John Deere 95 Engine Size

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Bobl1958

05-19-2009 17:52:00




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Just wondering if anyone can give me the correct engine size of my late 95 combine. It is a 6 cylinder and the engine tag says M61HA 1398807. Thanks in advance - Bob




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Matt Waddell

05-20-2009 20:42:57




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 Re: John Deere 95 Engine Size in reply to Bobl1958, 05-19-2009 17:52:00  
i have a 1968 JD 95EB combine for sale for parts. my E-Mail is matt38821@gmail.com



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J Parker

05-21-2009 05:16:17




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 Re: John Deere 95 Engine Size in reply to Matt Waddell, 05-20-2009 20:42:57  
Matt I need two good drive tires 18.4x26
tks jerry



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francis

05-20-2009 07:44:20




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 Re: John Deere 95 Engine Size in reply to Bobl1958, 05-19-2009 17:52:00  
mine has a gas 303,but i'm told chevy made some too,but i'm not sure,anyone want to buy a near mint john deere 95,runs great too



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Retro

05-21-2009 15:47:07




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 Re: John Deere 95 Engine Size in reply to francis, 05-20-2009 07:44:20  
The only Chevrolet engines ever used in JD Combines were the 292 gasoline engines used in the 4400 Combine, 1970-1972. Chevy engines were never used in the 55/95/105 Series Combines.



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Retro

05-19-2009 19:25:38




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 Re: John Deere 95 Engine Size in reply to Bobl1958, 05-19-2009 17:52:00  
Gas, LP, or diesel, all 95 Combines serial number 35001-up had a 303 cubic-inch engine.



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Bobl1958

05-20-2009 12:41:47




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 Re: John Deere 95 Engine Size in reply to Retro, 05-19-2009 19:25:38  
Thanks for the replies fellows. Mine is a gas, so I would assume a 303? Thanks again - Bob



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