You may be surprised to understand that not all John Deere lawn tractors game conventional yellow and green. In 1969, John Deere made lawn tractors with seats and customized hoods in four colours: red, orange, blue and yellow. The tractor, other than chair and the hood, was painted white. From 1971, John Deere ceased making coloured yard tractors due to a lack of earnings. Pinpointing a John Deere lawn tractor’s age is as simple as checking its color. For conventional yellow and green tractors, determining their age takes a little investigating.
Stand behind your John Deere lawn tractor and look into the left hand corner close to the left tire to locate the identification tag. This metal plate connected to the frame of the mower supplies the model and serial number of all the tractor to you. Tags might be located under the hood or along the front on models.
Write off the model and serial number, since both supply of your lawn tractor. While numbers range from six to 11 digits using a two-letter prefix, based on the time of your lawn tractor model numbers range from two to four digits.
Visit the John Deere site and download the pdf file that is appropriate for your anticipated year of your lawn tractor. Each list contains a decade of lawn tractors.
Look for the model number in the first column labeled”Model” on the left hand side of this graph. Model numbers appear in numerical sequence. If your model number is not recorded, explore different lists before you find your model number.
Locate your serial number in the third column labeled”sequential number breaks.” This lists a variety of numbers. You are in the box if your serial number falls between the two numbers recorded or on.
Look to the left to ascertain the manufacture date of your lawn tractor to the column.