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Most knows that Deere protects it's copyright material, including manuals. But for some who aren't aware, you can still get some of JD's OMs from Deere. All you need to do is go here:

http://www.deere.com/servlet/com.deere.u90785.productcatalog.view.servlets.PublicationsSearchServlet?tM=FR

In the "Decal Model Number" box, type in your model number, i.e. "455", "445", etc. Deere still has some of the recent models available. If you type in your model number, it will create a list. (You can check the box "Exact Model Search" to reduce the list). When the list comes up find your tractor (you can also find some attachments if it's recent). Click on your tractor and serial number range. Note: only the most recent model and serial number will usually have operator's manuals that you can access. After clicking on the tractor and serial number you want, another list will show up that includes OMs, TMs, PCs, etc. If the manual is available for viewing the manual number (shown under the "Part Number" column) will be in green. If the manual number is in black it is not available for viewing. Click on the one in green and you can view the manual. Note: it is NOT in pdf format so you can not download it, but you can print each section if you wish.

Some of the tractors that will have operator's manuals available for viewing include the 455, 445, 425, GT2X5 series, LX2xx series, L-series, etc.

BTW, using the link above will also allow you to order the manual if it's not available for viewing.
 

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Thanks Randy. What some may not know is that some of the operator's manuals are still accessible for viewing. I get a lot of requests for manuals and some of the OMs are available from Deere tech pubs for viewing. Usually the most recent ones, in the L&G tractors it will be the L-series, the LX200 series, the GT2X5 series, the X-series, the 4X5 series, the 3X5 series, etc. A lot of these tractors are over 10 to 15 years old now and the OMs in the most recent serial number ranges are available.
 
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