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Look after your John Deere hydraulic pump and it’ll be running forever
John Deere is a unique American brand for reasons other than its history. People love this brand, and they’ve used it for generations. There are old John Deere tractors which are still in service from the first half of the 20th century. They love it for its reliability, toughness, and the famous John Deere quality of performance.
The love is returned by the John Deeres. They keep faithfully working, seemingly forever, and if any maintenance or repairs need doing, it’s usually components. Typically, the hard-working pumps are the ones that need care. These pumps are put under incredible stress loads over time, and the effects of that stress need to be managed.
The good news for John Deere fans is that there are specialist repair and maintenance services which can fix these pumps very efficiently. A company called Kin-Tec Industries Inc. in Missouri is a case in point. They specialize in John Deere pumps, and their standard service is a sort of “How to Look after Your John Deere Pumps” manual.
● They conduct a thorough check of the pumps, taking them apart and inspecting for damage or signs of stresses on the pump.
● They can precision machine new parts for the pumps which are actually better than the originals.
● They magna flux the pump.
● They routinely check the pump seals.
● They test the pump for performance after repair.
● They give a standard 90 day warranty on all work.
Experienced mechanics and John Deere owners will recognize the level of expertise involved in just performing these services. Their service is thorough, efficient, and done by people who know the John Deeres well.
Those who use John Deeres for business and agriculture will recognize another useful fact – These services are high value, not the notorious patch jobs. Patch work usually doesn’t impress the big tough John Deeres, and can’t take the heavy workloads. The patch jobs usually fail, requiring more repairs. Precision parts and expert maintenance are the best practice, best value solutions.
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