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The Seabee 600

Every once in a while a tractor is chosen to take on a task unlike that of its brethren. These machines are plucked from...
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Moving Dirt With a 840 Two-Cylinder Diesel

The 840 was the industrial, side station version of the 830 ag tractor. Here we see one moving dirt with a paddle scraper.

Is There a Hi-Crop Crawler?

One of the advantages of being a little older and retired is the opportunity to do some traveling. Another is the chance that you...
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Does Your Two-Cylinder Need a Turbo-Encabulator?

It won't take long for you to realize that this week's video is nonsense. I cannot fathom how the narrator got through this without...

Turbocharging a Two-Cylinder

By Bill Grimes Ever since my experience as a teenager with turbo installations on a couple of two cylinder Deeres—an “A” and an “R”—I had...
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Should You be Using This Deere Lubricant in Your Old Tractor?

This week's video is a little different. It concerns Deere cornhead grease. Green Magazine readers know that The Tractor Doctor recommends it for steering...

The John Deere Rotary Engine

The topic for this month consists of both literature and a “toy” of sorts. It also covers engines, which is a topic that I...

John Deere Threshers

 There are probably not too many instances where a company began producing threshers after they had already become a presence in the combine market....
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