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Old 01-08-2004, 05:44 PM   #1
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Fluid Capacity Chart For Your John Deere

Jody made an excellent suggestion to post this as a sticky. Good call!

I thought this would be an excellent reference chart for anyone needing capacity info. on their John Deere. I can see how this would be very helpful when purchasing oils and fluids for inspections and services.

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Old 03-25-2004, 06:02 PM   #2
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is there anyother way to view it? when I download it and try and open it it says "unable to load the selected scan".



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Old 03-25-2004, 06:13 PM   #3
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You must download a copy of Acrobate Reader first to view it. It is free. Do a google search, find it, download it, and install it. Then click on the link and you should be able to read it just fine. The link is to a .pdf file which requires Acrobate Reader to view it.

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okay thanks
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I would have posted the file here on Tractor Forum but it is a VERY LARGE file. i.e. 61 pages. I have the file saved to my computer and the link still works.

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I would have posted the file here on Tractor Forum but it is a VERY LARGE file. i.e. 61 pages. I have the file saved to my computer and the link still works.
The link doesn't work now...
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Old 09-14-2008, 05:39 PM   #7
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Maybe John Deere wants to make us pay for it know.

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I saved it on my system. Here it is:

File Type: pdf john deere agfluidcapacities.pdf (150.5 KB, 1939 views)
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I saved it on my system. Here it is:
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Unable to load fluid capacity chart also !

The chart wouldn't load when I tried it either.... my system = Windows 7

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The chart wouldn't load when I tried it either.... my system = Windows 7
LiveOaks copy works...check your copy of Adobe Reader
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great info, thank you



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