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Buyer’s Guide to John Deere X300 Series Lawn Tractors

Buyer's Guide to John Deere X300 Series Lawn Tractors

Founded in 1837, John Deere has become a household name for property owners, farmers, and outdoor specialists all over the world. Catering to both homeowners and professionals, Weingartz carries a wide selection of John Deere riding lawn mowers, attachments and parts for all of your lawn care needs.

The John Deere X300 series lawn tractors are a step up from John Deere’s base series, their E series tractors. Some of the big features and big advantages you get with the X300 series are a much heavier structural frame. This is a frame you typically find on a garden tractor. The heavier structural frame gives you more support if you’re going to add attachments like a snow blade or a snow blower, and just gives you much longer life.

The John Deere X300 series lawn tractors have Kawasaki engines, the premium engine over what’s available in the E series. These tractors also have upgraded steering components, improved tread pattern, as well as higher durability front and rear tires. This is really the premium in lawn tractors.

John Deere X300 series lawn tractors have much nicer, more comfortable seats that are available in a wide range of deck size from 42 and 48 inch to a 54-inch deck. The horsepower also increases as you move up in the deck size in the X300 series.

All the John Deere X300 series lawn tractors have the height of cut dial right in the center, making it very easy to access and see what mowing heights you’re at. The seat slides so you can move the seat back and forth for operator comfort. It also slides backward for taller operators and moves you up higher to give you a little bit more leg room.

The John Deere 2 pedal foot control hydrostat is available in all the John Deere X300 series lawn tractors. There is a very easy to follow control panel that’s color-coded and, depending on the model, some tractors have hydraulic lift instead of a mechanical lift.

Another nice option available on some John Deere X300 series lawn tractors is a four-wheel steering option. With the four-wheel steering your back wheels will turn so it gives you exceptional maneuverability, almost that of what you find in a zero turn rider. If you want a conventional lawn tractor but want the zero turn maneuverability these tractors are a nice option. John Deere has had this available for a long time. John Deere X300 series lawn tractors are simple, easy to operate machines and they have a very durable design.

 

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Why Weingartz?

Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

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Utica, MI 48317
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Buyer’s Guide to John Deere X700 Series Lawn and Garden Tractors

Buyer's Guide to John Deere X700 Series Lawn and Garden Tractors

John Deere X700 series lawn and garden tractors are really the premium in garden tractors. When you hear about those old John Deere tractors that have been around for 30 years, this is kind of what you see. The X700 tractors have considerably larger tires, a beefed up heavy-duty front axle, beefed up steering system, and power steering is standard on most models.

John Deere offers a wide range of different engine options from air-cooled engines to liquid cooled gas to a liquid cooled diesel. There are also models available with four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering for increased maneuverability.

All John Deere X700 series lawn and garden tractors come standard with the 2-pedal hydrostatic drive transmission for ease of operation. From your control panel you’ll have an adjustable seat, and adjustable backrest, so you can tip it back to find a spot that’s most comfortable for you. The X700 series has hydraulic lift for all your attachments so with the flip of a lever you can raise and lower your attachments, and there’s a portal on the side you can plug in for a hydraulic angling. So, for example, if you had the snow blade attachment, you can hydraulic angle versus having to get off the tractor.

These John Deere tractors are very comfortable and easy machines to operate. They have mechanical differential lock so if you get stuck and the wheels start spinning in the snow or mud for instance, just tap the pedal and it will lock the two rear wheels together to give you exceptional traction. Tilt steering comes standard on these machines and it’s easy to adjust for your comfort. It also makes it easy to get on and off the machine with the tilt steering control panel.

Cruise control comes standard on John Deere X700 series lawn and garden tractors as well. Electric power take-off comes with a 12-volt outlet for plugging items in, so if you need to charge your phone or anything like you that, you can. There are very nice sight lines for a big tractor with the sloped hood. This hood design makes it easy to see your front attachments.

On the John Deere X700 series lawn and garden tractors the mower decks and all your attachments are optional, so you can pick the size tractor and then the size of the deck. For example, you can get a mower deck from 48, 54, on up to a 60-inch deck for those bigger areas. John Deere offers a variety of front and rear attachments.

As mentioned before, there are a lot of different engine options available on the X700 series tractors. The X730 comes with the Kawasaki twin cylinder liquid cooled engine. Liquid cooled engines give you better heat dispersion versus an air-cooled engine and has electronic fuel injection for better cold-weather starts, better fuel economy, more lugging power, and it comes standard. This is the heavier engine, so you’ll receive high efficiency cooling and a better air filtration system. This engine gives you the longer life that you’d expect out of a heavier tractor that’s going to get extended use.

In the X700 series, the X739 has its back wheels turned. This is a four-wheel steer model to give you better maneuverability and this machine also has four-wheel drive for exceptional traction in muddy or snow conditions. Again, John Deere offers a lot of different attachments but what’s unique to the John Deere X700 series tractors is they have a quick hitch system. It’s just a matter of a couple pins, pull the spring load of pins and you can drop the attachments off, quick coupler on the drive shaft so you’re buying a tractor that’s versatile. You want to be able to easily change from your different attachments and this quick hitch enables you to do that. It’s an excellent feature that John Deere offers on their X700 series lawn and garden tractors.

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Why Weingartz?

Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

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Buyer’s Guide to John Deere E 100 Series Tractors

Buyer's Guide to John Deere E 100 Series Tractors

John Deere offers nine different models in their E 100 series in ranges of 42, 48 and 54-inch cuts, with different features available on each model depending on what you’re looking for. All features are the John Deere quality that you expect from a company like John Deere.

The E100 is the only model in the John Deere E Series lineup that uses a CVT transmission. The CVT is continuously variable so it’s a mechanical transmission. Basically, just shift it in forward and push the pedal. The further you push it the faster it goes. This is a more economical transmission and has a nice entry-level price point. 

The rest of the models in the John Deere E Series lineup have a hydrostatic transmission which is operated off two pedals. From the operator’s seat, you have a forward pedal. The further you push the faster it goes and the same goes for the reverse pedal. The further you push the faster it’ll back up. 

The John Deere E 100 Series tractors comes standard with a higher back seat. All the controls are community mounted up on the dash. There is and electric PTO clutch to engage the mower deck while the throttle and choke are all in one lever. The control handle off to the side is for your height of cut. It adjusts easily for less effort to the operator. 

These tractors also come standard with a cup holder and little glove compartment. They are all equipped with a Briggs and Stratton engine designed to John Deere specifications, but some of the engines have a large oil filter canister.  

The canister allows you to do a quick oil filter change. The oil is stored in the container and you just twist this filter off like you would on automotive filter. The oil is right in the cartridge and then you just replace with a new filter. There’s no drain plugs and no mess. The oil is stored right up in the cartridge so depending on the model you will find that quick change filter system on some of the tractors in the John Deere E Series lineup. 

As mentioned before, there are nine different tractor models in the John Deere E series. Some of the different features you’ll see are front bumpers, a larger seat with more support that is also adjustable to give you more support in your back. As you move up the line of John Deere E 100 Series tractors, you’ll notice larger front and rear tires to give you better traction or if you have rougher terrain it gives you a little nicer ride.

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Why Weingartz?

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Charles Deere: The Man Behind John Deere’s Commercial Success

The Man Behind John Deere's Commercial Success

Sure, you’ve heard of John Deere, the name behind the famous brand many have come to know and love. But do you know about the other Deere who was responsible for the company’s successful growth before and during the turn of the 20th century? That man, otherwise referred to as John Deere’s son, was better known as Charles Deere.

John Deere’s second son, Charles Deere, was born in 1837, the same year that John Deere created his trademark self-cleaning plow from an old steel saw blade. Although this coincidence may now seem like an omen to the contributions Charles Deere would one day make to the company, the Deere family did not initially plan for Charles to assume a management role. In fact, it was John Deere’s eldest son, Francis Albert, who planned to one day take over the family business. That all changed, however, when Francis unexpectedly died during a flu outbreak at age 18. Assuming his older brother’s role, Charles Deere attended business school and in 1854, began working at his father’s company.

A natural at bookkeeping, Charles Deere advanced quickly in managing the company’s finances and soon moved on to become head of sales. In this role, Charles combined his knack for business with an extensive knowledge of plows to demonstrate equipment and win over new customers.

After years of prosperity under Charles’ direction, the Deere business hit a rough patch during the “Panic of 1857.” During this time, many businesses faced economic hardship—and the Deere business was no exception. Faced with overspending in production and manufacturing costs, John Deere turned company leadership over to Charles, who used his know-how to guide finances in the right direction. This overhaul included reorganizing the business into a partnership called John Deere & Company, which John Deere and Charles Deere shared equally with colleagues Luke Hemenway and David Bugbee. This strategy allowed the Deeres to manage more money within the family, avoiding personal bankruptcy in the event that something should happen to the business.

To ensure future success of John Deere & Company, Charles Deere remained in a leadership role even though his father held on to the official title of company president. It was under Charles’ management that the company continued to prosper, giving birth to new branch houses across the country. Through his father’s death in 1886 until his own passing in 1907, Charles Deere also helped expand a product line that included over 300 models of plows and other various types of farm equipment. Today, Deere & Company continues to serve customers in agricultural and landscaping professions, providing quality products that deliver superior results.

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The History of John Deere Lawn Mowers

The History of John Deere Lawn Mowers

John Deere lawn mowers have been around for over 50 years. Hundreds of new models have been introduced to homeowners and landscape professionals throughout the years, and these innovative models have played a vast role in the advancement of John Deere mowers today.

1960s: The History of John Deere Lawn Mowers

It all began in 1963 when John Deere entered the lawn tractor market. This year they introduced the model 110, which featured a 4-stroke petrol-fueled engine with 7 horsepower. Its ergonomic design and futuristic features made the 110 a success.

Lawn mowing was becoming a more popular leisure activity during the 1960s. This prompted John Deere to offer more lawn mower models with similar features and implements that the farming tractors integrated.

With the success of the 100 lawn mower, John Deere introduced the 60 model shortly after. This mower was designed for operators in urban areas who had less land to manage. The 60 model offered a variety of attachments, making it a versatile machine for its time. The attachments included a pull behind sprayer, model 80 dump cart, snow blade, and snow thrower.

Building off of the success of the 110, John Deere introduced the 112 and 140 model. The 112 was a larger model that carried a similar style as the 110 but with a bigger motor and wider deck. The 112 was designed for those who needed a machine for larger jobs than the 110 and 60 were capable of. The 140 was known for having a lot of power for such a small machine. Designed with a 14 hp Kohler engine and hydrostatic transmission the 140 was ahead of its time and able to accomplish a variety of yard tasks.

1970s: The History of John Deere Lawn Mowers

A few existing models that were introduced in the 1960s were upgraded in the early 1970s, but John Deere took on major advancements in 1975 with the 200, 300 and 400 Series riding lawn mowers. These models gave operators new and exciting features including engine options between 8-16 horsepower, integral headlights, and power steering.

1980s: The History of John Deere Lawn Mowers

In 1984, John Deere introduced the first tractor to combine a diesel engine with hydrostatic drive and power steering.  The 430 featured a powerful Yanmar 3-cylinder water-cooled diesel engine and weighed 1,170 lbs, making it the heaviest and strongest John Deere mower of its time.

During the 1980s, the 300 Series was redesigned and many new features were added.  During this time, John Deere hit a milestone because they manufactured their millionth lawn and garden tractor. They also introduced the R Series and S Series, a series designed for customers working with both small and large pieces of land.

The R Series was a good fit for those handling smaller areas and included features like a 5-speed gear-drive transmission and tight turning radius of 27 inches. The S Series was perfect for those with bigger areas to cover. These mowers incorporated an electric start, 30-inch cutting width and 8 horsepower engines.

1990s: The History of John Deere Lawn Mowers

In the 1990s John Deere hit another milestone because they manufactured their 2 and 3 millionth tractor. The LT Series, LX Series, and GT and GX Series were vital to the history of John Deere lawn mowers.

The LT Series became one of the most popular John Deere mowers ever. This series provided operators with wider cuts and a greater amount of fuel. John Deere placed more emphasis on comfort, designing an adjustable operator seat for those who spent long hours using their equipment.

The LX Series was known for its versatility, allowing owners to use a variety of attachments to handle a variety of projects around the yard. The GT and GX Series were perfect for individuals who needed more power and size to complete yard tasks. The GT and GX mowers could hook up to other implements and a variety of rear attachments.

2000s: The History of John Deere Lawn Mowers

During the 2000s, some of the biggest product announcements made were the LA Series and the X Series. The LA Series models catered to medium and large lawns and were designed with great features like the full-length steel welded frame, headlights, and Edge Cutting system. This series also incorporates John Deere’s trademarked CargO Mount system, which allows users to easily attach large baggers or other heavy rear-mounted equipment.

What sets the X Series models apart is the technology. These models transfer power to the wheels through the hydrostatic transmission to save time during operation and eliminate unnecessary gear-changing.

Take a look at all the John Deere models that were introduced throughout the years.

We are proud to be a John Deere dealer for 25 years. If you have questions or concerns about your John Deere equipment, feel free to contact us.

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John Deere Maintenance Kits

How to Use John Deere Maintenance Kits

How to Use John Deere Maintenance Kits

Staying on top of maintenance is essential to maximizing the performance and life of your outdoor power equipment. John Deere makes it easy to tune-up your tractor all on your own. They also make it easy to match a kit to your specific tractor model by listing the model on the box so you’ll never have to worry about missing parts necessary for maintenance.

Most John Deere Maintenance Kits include:

2 quarts oil

1 oil filter

1 air filter

1 fuel filter

Air precleaner

Spark plugs(s)

Additional tools (not included in John Deere Maintenance Kits):

Oil filter wrench

Drain pan

Towels/rags

Pliers

Socket wrench

Spark plug gap gauge

 

Here’s how to perform maintenance on your John Deere tractor using a John Deere Maintenance Kit.

Change the oil and oil filter

Drain the old oil by running your tractor’s engine for a couple minutes so that the oil flows better. Set your drain pan on the ground to catch the old oil. Remove the drain cap and allow the oil to drain completely. Once the oil has been drained, remove the dipstick and use a towel/rag to wipe off old oil.

Before replacing the oil filter, use your towel or rag to clean the area around the filter and then place the drain pan under the filter tray. Remove the old filter and gasket and make sure to dispose of it properly. Rub a light coat of fresh oil on the new filter gasket and screw on the new filter by hand, until the rubber gasket makes contact with the filter base. Then tighten the filter another half turn to make sure it’s secure.

Next, install the drain cap and pour in the new oil, but make sure not to fill it past the full mark. Run the engine again to make sure you don’t have any leaks, and ensure proper fill by checking the dipstick.

Change the air filter

Before replacing the air filter, make sure the engine is cool. You should also brush away any debris covering the air intake screen. Take off the air filter cover then remove the air filter and the precleaner. If your maintenance kit comes with a replacement precleaner, use the new one (to make sure, check your operator’s manual). Put in the new air filter and reinstall the cover.

Change the fuel filter

First, make sure you are in a well-ventilated area and that the engine on your tractor is cool. Check the fuel lines to see if they look worn or cracked. If so, have them replaced. Look at the arrow on the old fuel filter – it shows the gas flow. Make sure the arrow on the new filter goes the same direction as the arrow on the old filter.

Use your pliers to move the clamps away from the filter. Pull off the hoses, gas tank side first, and quickly attach the hoses to the new filter, gas tank side first. Use the pliers again to put the hose clamps back in their original place. Run the engine for a couple minutes and check for leaks.

Change the spark plugs

Pull off the plug wires and use the wrench to loosen the plugs. Remove the plugs and use the spark plug gauge to set the right gap (your operator’s manual will show you the proper gap size). Install the new spark plugs finger tight and then use the wrench to fully tighten the spark plugs. Lastly, reinstall the plug wires.

Sharpen/Replace Blades

Blades are not included in John Deere Maintenance Kits but whenever you perform regular maintenance you should sharpen your blades or replace them if they’re worn. You can sharpen your blades on your own or bring them to a professional.

John Deere Maintenance Kits will keep your equipment running like new year after year. They come with everything you need to service you lawn equipment so stay on top of maintenance to see the best results with your equipment and your lawn.

 

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Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

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John Deere 325 Tractor Parts Reference Guide (38″ Mower Deck)

The following information is a reference guide for a John Deere 325 Lawn and Garden Tractor with a 38″ Mower Deck.  This tractor was manufactured from 1995-2001.  The 325 lawn and garden tractor was manufactured with a 17 H.P. Kawasaki FH531V or a 18 H.P. Kawasaki FC540V engine.

 

Tune-up Parts for John Deere 325 Tractor w/38″ Mower Deck
Home Maintenance Kit LG185 For Serial Number Ending Before -070000
LG195 For Serial Numbers Ending After -070001
Spark Plugs NGBPR5ES For 17 H.P. Models
CHRCJ8Y For 18 H.P. Models
Battery TY25881
Engine Oil Capacity 1.9 Quarts
Hydraulic Oil Capacity 4.7 Quarts Hy-Gard or Low Viscosity Hy-Gard Oil

Blades for John Deere 325 Tractor w/38″ Mower Deck
Part Number Description Qty. Notes
M154158 Mulching Mower Blade 2 For Deck Serial Numbers M038CAA010001-M038CAB010001
M82408 Low Lift Mower Blade 2 For Deck Serial Numbers M038CAA010001-M038CAB010001
M153118 Medium Lift (Standard) Mower Blade 2 For Deck Serial Numbers M038CAA010001-M038CAB010001
M154159 High Lift Mower Blade 2 For Deck Serial Numbers M038CAA010001-M038CAB010001
M82408 Low Lift Mower Blade 2 For Deck Serial Numbers M00038XXXXXX-M0066X555001
M153118 Medium Lift (Standard) Mower Blade 2 For Deck Serial Numbers M00038XXXXXX-M0066X555001
M154159 High Lift Mower Blade 2 For Deck Serial Numbers M00038XXXXXX-M0066X555001

             

 

Belts for John Deere 325 Tractor w/38″ Mower Deck
Part Number Description Qty. Notes
M118048 Traction Drive Belt, Transmission Belt 1 For Serial Numbers Ending Before -0700000
M131808 Traction Drive Belt, Transmission Belt 1 For Serial Numbers Ending After -070001
M117608 Primary Mower Belt 1
M82462 Secondary Mower Belt 1

Filters for John Deere 325 Tractor w/38″ Mower Deck
Part Number Description Qty. Notes
M97266 Air Filter (Paper -Inner Filter) 1 For 17 H.P. Models
M70127 Air Filter (Foam – Outer Filter) 1 For 17 H.P. Models
M137556 Air Filter (Paper – Inner Filter) 1 For 18 H.P. Models
MIU10955 Air Filter (Foam – Outer Filter) 1 For 18 H.P. Models
AM116304 Fuel Filter 1
AM107423 Engine Oil Filter 1
M806848 Transmission Oil Filter 1
AM120916 In-Line Transmission Filter 1

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