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Kevin:

The link asks for a user name and password. Is this a link to a portion of the Deere web site reserved for dealers and other Deere personnel?
 

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Oops. Sorry. I accessed through the dealer portal. It looks like that info is available to the public on the jdpc (JD parts catalog) site. I'll double check my info. Thanks for the reply.

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lemme' know when you have it figured out and I will edit your post.
 

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OK. Let's go at it from another angle. Go to the parts catalog jdpc.deere.com. Select the catalog number search bar at the top of the screen. Then search for catalog 2797. Then you can do an alphabetical search for your type of equipment. This catalog contains everything Deere has ever made. I tested this from my laptop. Let me know if you have problems finding it.:good2:
 

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Using kj's link in the original post, I can access the guide using my public JD Parts username and password. Good information available there.
 

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Kenny,
If I edit an older post, will it show up as a new post?:unknown:
 

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Kenny,
If I edit an older post, will it show up as a new post?:unknown:
No. But there is a 12 hour clock-after that you can't edit (but I/we can).
 
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