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Jeff in Montana

03-15-2005 08:38:55

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I am looking at a JD 3040 and am under the impression it is made in Germany. Any idea on the value, parts availability, HP, is everything metric on them? Do they interchange parts with a US model? Tractor has about 4000 hrs and repainted. Are they imported back to the US?

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03-16-2005 09:15:46

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 Re: German manufactured John Deere's in reply to Jeff in Montana, 03-15-2005 08:38:55  
same as 2840.....have nice day may god bless

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03-15-2005 14:31:12

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 Re: German manufactured John Deere's in reply to Jeff in Montana, 03-15-2005 08:38:55  
What are the engine and transmission serial numbers? The factory info is on there in code. Mother Deere is noted for parts support. We get parts for 10,20,30,40,50 & 55 series Mannheim built Deeres off the shelf. Or delivered the next day. Just don't walk into a US dealer asking for something for a 510,710,2130,3130, 2120, 3140, 1640,1840 etc. You will get a least a blank look or told Deere never made that model. Just get the parts manual from Deere at 1-800-522-7448. Tell the parts person to get in touch with the rest of the world and order the part if they protest. The 6000,6010 & 6020's roll off the Mannheim production line and overseas to the US. No problem getting parts.

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03-16-2005 06:47:30

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 Re: German manufactured John Deere's in reply to buickanddeere, 03-15-2005 14:31:12  
Neighbor has a 2120 that I work on for him and the local dealer said that there are a lot of parts he has no access to; but not all parts.

What I would do if I needed something he didn't have would be to get on the www and find me a German parts dealer and get with it.


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03-16-2005 22:36:31

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 Re: German manufactured John Deere's in reply to txblu, 03-16-2005 06:47:30  
I have no idea where that dealer got the idea he cannot get Deere parts. He just doesn't have the the parts manuals for none US models. Without going to Germany, dealers north of the border get any parts they want for Mannheims.

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trying to help my dad

04-06-2005 19:10:27

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 Re: German manufactured John Deere's in reply to buickanddeere, 03-16-2005 22:36:31  
Hi I have been reading the messages posted on the site regarding the John Deere 1840. My dad recently bought one in US and is being told no one has parts. He has no manual either. Can anyone give me phone numbers to any part places he could call to order the parts for his tractor. I think he needs something for the Ring gear and the pinion gear. Not even sure I have that right. I know there is someone out there that would be willing to help him get parts and cross reference the german stuff to Us stuff but we just have not found them yet. Any help would be appreciated. This just should not be so hard. My dad has never touched a computer so I am trying to help him out. Have a good day

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03-15-2005 09:55:51

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 Re: German manufactured John Deere's in reply to Jeff in Montana, 03-15-2005 08:38:55  
Hi, a German 3040 has 90 DIN PS. This is about 80 pto HP. Most on them are metric. Just the bleed screws of the fuel system aren't. The lights are not dual beam. But these might have been changed.

Hope this helps

Greetings Mark

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