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    New 3038e - Where to find correct rpm for PTO?

    Hi,

    just ordered a brand new 3038e - and awaiting it to arrive here.
    While waiting there came up one question: On older Models you see a PTO Symbol on the tachometer.
    On the 3038e 2018 Model there is no such symbol. Where is the indicator for the correct PTO RPM of 540?

    Best regards,
    Broesel

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    Do you have a pic of your dash?

    I just did a Google image search for the 3038e dash and every one I saw has a PTO symbol like this one.

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    Here’s the manual - it shows the indicator on the analog dash and also how to see the PTO speed on the digital readout.

    OMLVU31846

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    Hey,

    thanks for quick answer.

    I think you a referencing the old model year.
    See in this link there is a pic of an recent model https://www.traktorpool.de/media/994...600&quality=80

    Best regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broesel View Post
    Hey,

    thanks for quick answer.

    I think you a referencing the old model year.
    See in this link there is a pic of an recent model https://www.traktorpool.de/media/994...600&quality=80

    Best regards,
    Broesel
    Look closer. The PTO speed symbol is there, it is just covered by the RPM indicator due to the camera angle.


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    Hey,

    trust me, it is NOT there.
    See this video at 2:35: John Deere 3e Series: Old Vs. New Comparison - YouTube
    Or here: https://www.traktorpool.de/details/K...3038E/4455466/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broesel View Post
    Hey,

    thanks for quick answer.

    I think you a referencing the old model year.
    See in this link there is a pic of an recent model https://www.traktorpool.de/media/994...600&quality=80

    Best regards,
    Broesel
    I used to newest serial number set. This is a previous number set -

    OMLVU28546

    Either way the PTO symbol is still there.

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    Hey,

    see my added links...
    And you screenshot is oldeR: Modelyear 2014....

    best regards,
    Broesel

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    Perhaps the European models are different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Perhaps the European models are different?


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