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What are the Most Commonly Replaced Tractor parts

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DennisCTB
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2012-11-08          185425


What tractor parts are first things that go on a tractor? In order of highest frequency?

My guess is:

-Regular Maintenance filters
-Batteries
-Tires
-Alternator
-Starter motor
-manuals
-Paint
-decals


What's your list?


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hardwood
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2012-11-08          185426


Dennis;

I had to think about it a while but here goes.

1 - Regular maintnence, filters, oil, brake, clutch adjustments.
2 - Thermostats, most guys like me tend to lt them go too long.
3 - Heater, Air conditioner blowers, door and window seals, etc.
4 - Bateries and cables. Once in a while I get lucky with batteries tho. 4310 needed one at eleven years. We have two identical 345 Deere lawn tractors one is a 99 and the other is a 2000 model, both have original batteries, but have had cables replaced.
5 - Tires, dependes onnthe use some last 5 - 6 years some last 15 -20 yrs.
6 - Misc wiring problems, corroded terminals, broken wires, failed switches, etc.
7 - Again depending on use engine and hydraulics may last 5000 hrs without an overhgaul and some may last 12 -14000 hrs. before major money is spent.
8 - Paint and decals, Ive saw tractors 25 yrs. old that look practacaly new, they were kept clean, waxed and shedded out of the sun.

Frank. ....

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