Check your owners manual, I don’t believe Deere recommends a 50 hour break in service anymore.
At 50 hours, did your 2032 go through its first Regen?I have reached 50 hours and I am pleased I have my initial projects completed. Any tips and advice on how to proceed with the maintenance? I am looking forward to doing this after 10 years of greasing the mid U Joint on my old 2320. It should be a relatively easy procedure compared to that experience.
I saw what I thought was a Regen at 35, it did it twice about an hour apart. RPM goes to 1500. Is there a way to see how many Regens have occurred?At 50 hours, did your 2032 go through its first Regen?
I'm not sure. Regen will be new to me. I'm trading in my 1025R for a new 2038R. I'm just waiting for the 3rd function parts to come in so they can install that and the power beyond for the backhoe.I saw what I thought was a Regen at 35, it did it twice about an hour apart. RPM goes to 1500. Is there a way to see how many Regens have occurred?
From the 2038R manual.I thought first service was at 200 hours.
I looked it up for my 4066R, it is change oil at 200 hours on my 4066R.From the 2038R manual.
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I was really surprised to see 400 hours for the 2038R. I'll probably change it at 50 anyway.I looked it up for my 4066R, it is change oil at 200 hours on my 4066R.
That makes no sense.Seems odd to me the hydraulics service is due at 400 hours on the 4R and is due at 50 hours on the 2R.
Yet oil changes both show 200 hours. Fuel filters also both 400 hours, mostly the same except the hydraulics. Hmmm.
You can always do your maintenance on a shorter schedule. Usually it’s * with “or annually”. Not too many folks put 400 hours a year on their machines.JD extended a lot of service intervals on newer models to appear more environmentally friendly I guess. I'd still be doing the 50 hour first service if it was my machine, just sayin'.
They're not so nice as far as contradicting the intervals in the owners manual but for filter parts maybe. I haven't checked to see if they are the right part numbers.I wish they offered those nice filter charts for the 3-series tractors... Searched Deere.com, but could not find them. They're quite nice.