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    Printed operators manuals, where to find other than JD Parts

    I've seen the online manuals that JD has on their site (as referenced in DTs technical section).

    Aside from paying the $30 JD wants for a printed copy via JD Parts, is there any other place (hint- cheaper) to get them?
    I noted a few on ebay for the 2520, but I haven't found one for the serial number range I need.
    2520, FEL, 62D
    2210, FEL, 54C - former trusty steed
    X340, 54C - good tractor, miss it!
    LT160, 42C - decent tractor
    LX138, 38 - at least it was a Deere ;-)

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    I don't know where else you would get it...

    But I would get the Technical Manual on CD, they are about $70 but they are Cheap at twice the price IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I don't know where else you would get it...

    But I would get the Technical Manual on CD, they are about $70 but they are Cheap at twice the price IMO.
    Thanks. I actually went ahead and printed off the manuals (tractor, deck, fel)......from Deeres site.

    I was thinking of getting the tech manual, but the printed version. But getting the CD would give me a reason to break out the old laptop and turn it into a garage computer!
    2520, FEL, 62D
    2210, FEL, 54C - former trusty steed
    X340, 54C - good tractor, miss it!
    LT160, 42C - decent tractor
    LX138, 38 - at least it was a Deere ;-)

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    The CD is fantastic. I always just print the pages I need odor whatever I am working on at the time. I would also demand a owners manual from your dealer.
    Kenny

    -John Deere 3720 Deluxe Cab TLB
    FEL, MMM, Artillian 42" Forks and Modular Grapple, I-Match, Ballast Box, and lots of other STUFF.
    -John Deere 455 w/60" MMM


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    Visit our YouTube Channel

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    John Deere 455, 60" MMM

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    You can also call JD Publications and they will send it right to your house.

    1-800-522-7448

    Not sure if they do the CD's too, but you can always call and ask.
    2003 JD 4110, FEL, 60"MMM, 54" Blade, 46 Backhoe, MCS, BB2060
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    The CD is fantastic. I always just print the pages I need odor whatever I am working on at the time. I would also demand a owners manual from your dealer.
    Yeah, I probably should. I was doing a pretty good job of jerking their collective chains today when I found out I couldn't take the tractor home with me (freaking diesel is expensive....and I'm over an hour from the dealership). I should have added a manual to my 'demands'

    I'll bring it up with the salesguy when he calls on Monday to advise if/when the seal arrives.
    2520, FEL, 62D
    2210, FEL, 54C - former trusty steed
    X340, 54C - good tractor, miss it!
    LT160, 42C - decent tractor
    LX138, 38 - at least it was a Deere ;-)

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