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Don Wenzel wrote on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 (PDT):Does anyone make and adapter kit for attaching a rotary mower to a 1952 orchard model John Deer The PTO and hydrolics work.
Scott A. Klein wrote on Monday, August 01, 2011 (PDT):Im looking for the outside cover fenders that cover the outside of the tire any info would be appreciated
mike headley wrote on Sunday, April 13, 2008 (PDT):i have a jd 60 lowseat standard and a high seat standard if u need more info drop me a line
Bernie Knox Knox s Metal Medic wrote on Friday, May 18, 2007 (PDT): I have a metal restoration shop in Pennsylvania specializing in major metal restoration of antique car and tractor sheet metal. I just finished the restoration of all of the sheet metal on a 60 Orchard for a local collector. I am usually able to restore your panels or fabricate new ones. If you can use my service, I can be contacted through email bj1k at nauticom.net or Phone 724 352-5110
Alisa wrote on Friday, June 16, 2006 (PDT):I have a John Deere AO tractor probably around 1950...unsure of exact year. Fenders have not been removed. It is in fair condition...could be restored. I would like more information on this tractor and what it would be worth.
JOHN wrote on Saturday, February 18, 2006 (PST):I HAVE A JD 60 S/N 6060752. IT HAS A WIDE FRONT END. TRYING TO FIND OUT WHAT YEAR IT IS AND LOOKING FOR PICTURES.
Jorge Barr wrote on Sunday, August 21, 2005 (PDT):I have two JD super 60, one orcherd type and a Hi Crops, Both kerosene engines,They are still working. I would like to know where can I found a distributor cap for a Wico magneto model. Thanks.
Dan wrote on Saturday, August 20, 2005 (PDT):Bob Trail, do you still have the JD 60 Orchard? Anyone know what a clean JD 1958 820 Black Dash is worth these days? Thanks in advance for your response.
Cordre Smith wrote on Sunday, February 13, 2005 (PST):Converting Standard to Orchard. The tyre size differ (30" on standard and 26" on orchard). Also the front axle is not curved as muck in the orchard, to make it lower. The standard I had also ha an upright air intake and the orchard had a low air intake (just a bulge on the bonnet. Standard had fender mounted headlights and orchard one low mounted light below grille
bob trail wrote on Thursday, October 28, 2004 (PDT):for sale 60 standard orchard tractor for sale. standard serial#6000001-6042999, ORCHARD SERIAL#6000001-6199999. RUNS GOOD HAS NEW RADIATOR ,cutch ,pessure plate,battery,rebuilt starter. fair rubber. asking $3500.00 bob trail 301-478-2296
John B. wrote on Friday, July 30, 2004 (PDT):I have a 1954 JD 60 Orchard,it is complete and is restorable.Someone told me I should enter it in the JOHN DEERE archives,could someone tell me how I would go about doing that..Thanks...John
Lee Bline wrote on Sunday, March 28, 2004 (PST):I am looking for a 620 orchard tractor and was wondering if anyone out there has one for sale?
Bobby Campbell wrote on Friday, February 13, 2004 (PST):JD 60 & 620 Orchard (Grove) after market fenders and covers are available. Contact above for price and location. BC
Billy Ratliff wrote on Sunday, December 29, 2002 (PST):I have a 620-O. Need sheet metal, reproduced or used. Sheet metal from a 60 or AO will work. Could you send me information on where I might find this.
David wrote on Monday, December 23, 2002 (PST):Hello. Where could you find the orchard tin for a tractor like this. Reproduced or used. Some one sent me an email on this question and I deleted it before I read it. Could you send it again. Thankyou David
Jeremy wrote on Wednesday, December 18, 2002 (PST):For all of you wondering how many of these 60 Orchards were built here are some numbers for you. There was 297 Gasoline tracors, 530 All-Fuel tractors, and 45 LP gas tracors. I can't help amount of each built in every year.
Jason Drotleff wrote on Saturday, October 26, 2002 (PDT):I'm restoring a JD 60 orchard. I'm missing the fenders. If anyone knows where to get the fenders please email me at Jason.Drotleff at coulter.com. Thanks Jason
John wrote on Tuesday, August 20, 2002 (PDT):I would like to know where to find the serial number tag on the JD 60 ORCHARD.Also how many years did they make this model and where they all 2 cylinders with hand clutches?..My Uncle used this tractor for many years and the engine sound is unmistakable..He passed away a few years ago and my brother and I would like to restore this tractor..The tractor has be sitting for a long time but is restorable but the tractor has been repainted a couple of times and I have no idea where to find the tag if it stll has one.If not how would i be able to tell what model year it is..Thanks very much for any info anyone can give me..John...
Emily wrote on Saturday, July 13, 2002 (PDT):I am restoring a 1936 BO like this one for an upcoming contest and the only part we are missing are the fenders. Does anyone know where i could get some nice ones? It would help me a lot. Thanks
Trent Cappon wrote on Tuesday, February 05, 2002 (PST):I have had a orchard 60 sence i was 5 now im 16. I'm missing a fenders i want new ones can anyone help me email me bobber_51 at hotmail.com. My grandpa took them off when he got the tractor cause the were rusted out. I also have a 18horsepower advance rumly steam engine and a 930 case if u have any qestions about tractors email me ill get it or find it.
Russ wrote on Tuesday, April 10, 2001 (PDT):JD O Model 60; If my math is correct John Deere only made 260 of the orchard 60 models. From John Deere Tractor Data Book Page 104 Author Lorry Dunning If you have a JD O Model 60 its got to be a keeper. 37hp and what a sound!
James Grigsby wrote on Tuesday, March 14, 2000 (PST):I just love the sound of a 60 orchard model oulling a plow up the hill. I was raised in the orange belt of central Florida. At that time most of the lakes were surrounded by orange groves. I have spent many a day sitting on the lake with my Dad and brother-inlaw, listening to them chug up and down the hills. whenI hear one run today it brings back verry good memories Bama
Philip Croff wrote on Tuesday, March 14, 2000 (PST):I heard that if you have a 60 standard, and you find some orchard fenders, you can make it an orchard. The problem is is that the serial number tag won't say it's an orchard.
Trent Cappon wrote on Wednesday, February 09, 2000 (PST):Wrot on feb 9 I have a john deere 60 orchard. I got it when I was 5. It don't have the orchard fenders on it. My grandpa took them off.
George Wolf wrote on Wednesday, December 08, 1999 (PST):I need to know if the 60 orchard and the 60 standard are basicaly the same tractor.I have a 60 standard and in need of a shifting fork set. If anyone has any leads on one,please contact me. Thank you.
Ron wrote on Friday, September 17, 1999 (PDT):The "things" over the wheels are fenders that protect low-hanging tree limbs and fruit from being broken or rubbed-off while the tractor works in the orchard. This and its predecessor, the AO, were the favorites on my family's New York and Michigan orchards. Excellent for pulling spray rigs, disc harrows and other implements up and down orchard hillsides. Today's Deeres have more convenience features and are easier to operate, but none have the character and "feel" of this old standby.
Matt wrote on Tuesday, June 29, 1999 (PDT):What are the things over the tires ? What were they for ?
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