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John Deere B Power Trol

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Darsow

09-09-2019 14:20:13




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Hello and thanks in advance for any advice. I have a Ď45 model B with the power lift. I am going to change to the power trol. I am not sure what all parts I need to search for. Pump/ housing/gaskets / handle, etc. any knowledge would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Again.




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buckeye al

09-13-2019 07:07:00




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 Re: John Deere B Power Trol in reply to Darsow, 09-09-2019 14:20:13  
Don't forget that ONE bolt needs a copper washer on it because it is open to the oil reservoir. It will leak oil if that copper washer is not on the correct bolt.



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whigg

09-11-2019 17:27:16




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 Re: John Deere B Power Trol in reply to Darsow, 09-09-2019 14:20:13  
I have a 49 B that I am going to take the power tool off and put a flat back on. I have never done this before. Is there any dos and don'ts I should know about before I start. Thanks for any help.



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Darsow

09-11-2019 18:41:24




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 Re: John Deere B Power Trol in reply to whigg, 09-11-2019 17:27:16  
Thanks for the comment. I havenít taken my power lift off yet so Iím sorry I donít have any advice, but I have to ask...what are your plans for the power trol youíre taking off? Does it work?



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whigg

09-12-2019 17:31:22




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 Re: John Deere B Power Trol in reply to Darsow, 09-11-2019 18:41:24  
I am going to keep it for now but if I change my mind I will let you know.



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coonie minnie

09-10-2019 04:39:44




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 Re: John Deere B Power Trol in reply to Darsow, 09-09-2019 14:20:13  
Make sure to get the bolts from the donor tractor... I think one or two might be longer than the ones from the power lift. Been 20 years since I did one, so maybe I could be mistaken.



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cole in mo.

09-09-2019 17:19:59




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 Re: John Deere B Power Trol in reply to Darsow, 09-09-2019 14:20:13  
Control box from a B through a 70, might want a new gasket, and don't loose the spring at the bottom.



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Mike M

09-09-2019 16:01:26




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 Re: John Deere B Power Trol in reply to Darsow, 09-09-2019 14:20:13  
You can just swap out the control box with one from a later tractor.



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