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How much does a John Deere A Weigh

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Jerry E.

12-15-2002 19:33:47




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I am going to purchase two A model John Deeres and I was wondering how much they weigh, as I will have to get someone to pull them for me. I dont think my 4.3L will pull them.:-}
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Jerry




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Dave K

12-16-2002 14:38:28




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 Re: How much does a John Deere A Weigh in reply to Jerry E., 12-15-2002 19:33:47  
If they have the cast steel rear wheels they weigh considerably more than the pressed wheels! My 1948 A with cast steel wheels weighs in at 5500 pounds.

Dave



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phil

12-15-2002 20:47:00




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 Re: How much does a John Deere A Weigh in reply to Jerry E., 12-15-2002 19:33:47  
Jerry, most 1947 & newer A's will weigh around 5200 pounds, the 1946 & older are roughly 4000 pounds.



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Jerry

12-15-2002 21:12:34




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 Re: Re: How much does a John Deere A Weigh in reply to phil, 12-15-2002 20:47:00  
Thanks again Jerry



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