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 09-10-2004, 06:40 Post: 96116
Anthony Hsu
2004-09-10 06:40:31
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 L110 easy or difficut to assemble after buying

Dear all,

I am going to buy John Deere L110 from Home Depot and they told me that
the tractor is in the box not fully assembled.
My questions are if it can be easiled assembled after I open the box?
What tools do I need to use to assemble the trator?
How long it will take for a non-handy-man?

Your suggestions are all appreciated.






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 09-10-2004, 20:28 Post: 96195
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 L110 easy or difficut to assemble after buying

Anthony, In my hometown, the local John Deere dealer predelivers the tractors at home depot, then puts it back in the crate for easier storage. (they can stack them up) If your Home Depot doesn't have this service, I would find the closest dealer to purchase from. The price should be the same, although financing options may be different. If you buy direct from the dealer you might get more preferential treatment in the event you need warranty repairs.






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