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The bottom line with John Deere tractor pumps – Get them serviced regularly!

Sep 7th 2015 at 5:05 AM

John Deere tractors are so famous for their toughness and longevity that it can be a bit of a surprise when you have a problem. These top-of-the-line tractors include whole generations of different models, from the venerable old mid-20th century tractors which are still working today to the late-model high-performance John Deere “species”.

John Deere tractor pumps are typically as tough as the tractors. If you’re having pump problems, get them fixed ASAP. The story here is that the pumps also take the heavy duty workloads of their operational roles. Generally speaking, they don’t break down fast, but you can tell by a drop-off in performance that something is definitely not working the way it should.

Interestingly, John Deere hydraulics are so reliable that any kind of performance issue really is an indicator of a problem. Unlike their easy-break competitors, John Deere equipment doesn’t suffer from “system hypochondria”. With some tractors, performance drop-offs are really just symptoms of lousy quality equipment, but with these machines, they mean “Get a checkup, right now”.

This is actually a bottom-line issue. Minor problems can be fixed quickly, and fixing them means that they don’t turn into significant, highly expensive, downtime-causing problems.

This is the fix you need –

There’s a company called Kin-Tec Industries, based in Missouri, which is a particularly good example of a do-everything John Deere specialist service center. This is one of the authentic John Deere service providers. They’re experts; they know everything there is to know about John Deere hydraulic pumps from the feisty R97872 to the more demure but very effective AR103033 and they leave nothing to chance. They completely disassemble and check every component in the pumps. They then replace defective parts with precision made custom parts.

A word of advice at this point – You do not want a non-specialist working on your John Deere. This level of expertise is absolutely essential to make sure that your systems are in top condition and delivering the John Deere standard of performance.

For more information, and to get a good first-hand look at a company which really does know what it’s doing when it’s working with John Deere pumps, check out their website here at This is the sort of service you need.

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