Update your International or John Deere tractor from the 2 petcock oil check system to the improved dipstick. This is an aftermarket part originally manufactured in Iowa in the late 1940’s. Simply remove the top petcock and screw the dipstick mount in place to complete your conversion. Check it out now!
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Larry Bromagem of Union City Indiana, seated on a 1937 John Deere B. Larry’s Dad purchased this tractor in April of 1937, 9 months before Larry was born. “It was Dad’s first new tractor and replaced the F20 Farmall that he used in 1936, the first year that he and Mother lived here on the home farm. The tractor was on […]
May’s featured photo was submitted by Erica Brown of Hannah, North Dakota. “The northern lights were putting on a show for all the farmers on the North Dakota prairie during planting in May 2016. This was taken in our field just a few miles south of the Canadian border. We grow small grains and also […]
Ron Drosselmeyer of Two Buttes, Colorado, has an obsession. While most collectors like to call their hobby a passion, Drosselmeyer can’t deny that his has gotten quite a bit past that point. His love for the long line of John Deere workhorses that have rolled from the factory floor and onto the farm fields of […]
Original, one family owned tractor. Tractor was purchased by my Grandfather in 1942, just after the start of the war. Grandfather, father and uncle farmed with it in New Haven Michigan until the mid 1960’s then parked in a barn. Grandfather died in 1972, and my uncle moved it to another barn in 1992. It was rough, […]
What does the letter following my model number mean? John Deere 40, 420 and 430 model tractors had many different variations. Each variation has a letter which is on the serial number tag after the model number. These are the letters for each model: Crawler designation is “C” Hi-Crop designation is “H” Special Utility […]
February’s featured photo was submitted by Don Bough of Pittsburg, Texas. His John Deere see’s it’s shadow, will the ground hog? Get your tractor ready for Spirng with these Tune-up parts and start the season off right. Six more weeks of Winter predicted? Keep busy with our free tractor repair tutorial videos or check out […]