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Why you need specialist services for John Deere hydraulic pumps

Jul 27th 2015 at 12:59 AM

John Deere machines are top of the line, hardworking icons of America’s heartland. They’re also very high quality products, and their major components, like hydraulic pumps, simply can’t be replaced by just any old thing someone tries to use on them. Inferior quality replacements just won’t be able to do the job as well.

Expert service people will tell you that if you put inferior quality parts in to a very high grunt machine like a John Deere, those parts won’t be able to take the stresses. You don’t put “whatever” components into a John Deere pump for the same reason you don’t try to fix a 1960s Ford Mustang engine with sticky tape and wishful thinking. You have to use top quality parts.

The other major issue is that low grade parts and “wannabe” servicing can actually do significant and expensive damage to the pump. It’s well worth your while as a John Deere owner to keep your money in your pocket where it belongs and look for specialist services. We’ve found a good example of a specialist service to help you find the quality service you need. It’s a company called Kin-Tec Industries Inc. in Missouri, which is a John Deere pump specialist service.

They are considered one of the best John Deere hydraulic systems services in the country, with good reason. They do a full service job, which is necessary when you’re working with hydraulic systems. Hydraulics are integrated systems. Each component has to perform perfectly, or the whole system is affected.

Their services cover all types of John Deeres, from John Deere radial hydraulic pumps to John Deer tractor pumps and, well, anything and everything to do with these pumps. They do a full disassembly, check everything, clean the pumps, and replace parts with precision made parts.

If you’re getting the impression they know what they’re doing, you’re right. They test the repairs, too, to make sure the pump is performing up to specifications. That’s the kind of service your John Deere pump needs.

For more information, and a virtual How To guide for caring for your John Deere, see their website here at


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