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Mt. Man

04-09-2010 12:53:44




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Thanks to MARK-IA, I found the serial number but now don't know what it means as to the year. I'm new to the John Deere tractors, although I have 6 tractors, this is my first John Deere. Thanks for any help. The serial number is SNT711R005137R




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Tx Jim

04-10-2010 04:14:10




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 Re: 2510 serial number in reply to Paul from MI, 04-09-2010 12:53:44  

Bob Bancroft said: (quoted from post at 20:56:17 04/09/10) Interesting. So someone could tell my 2520 didn't come from the factory with a diesel engine.


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2510Paul

04-09-2010 16:05:51




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 Re: 2510 serial number in reply to Mt. Man, 04-09-2010 12:53:44  
1966, gas, synchro, Paul



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Bob Bancroft

04-09-2010 17:56:17




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 Re: 2510 serial number in reply to 2510Paul, 04-09-2010 16:05:51  
Interesting. So someone could tell my 2520 didn't come from the factory with a diesel engine.



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Bob Bancroft

04-09-2010 13:06:27




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 Re: 2510 serial number in reply to Mt. Man, 04-09-2010 12:53:44  
My book shows it from first year of production-1966. They only made them 3 years. In 1969 when the "new" style (side console) 3020-4020- were introduced, the 2520 replaced the 2510. So all the 2520's are side console, the 2510's are not.



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