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JD 33 Manure Spreader

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Kyle in Texas

01-24-2023 13:41:01




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Looking for parts for a JD 33 spreader...

Crank - C12945C

Top Cap - AC11831C

Bushing - C11917C

Connecting Rod Part #??

Thanks for your time...




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Tx Jim

01-25-2023 09:00:26




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to Kyle in Texas, 01-24-2023 13:41:01  
Kyle
when searching for JD part #s that contain more than 4 numerals always drop off the suffix letter. I checked Parts Depot & those 3 part #s came up a "no have".

Notice lack of parts description on part # with suffix letter in 2nd photo.

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Kyle in Texas

01-25-2023 17:01:21




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to Tx Jim, 01-25-2023 09:00:26  
Thanks for info...



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rrlund

01-24-2023 16:33:48




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to Kyle in Texas, 01-24-2023 13:41:01  
Dealer. That's why people buy Deere's, because they ''know they can always get parts for them''.



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matthies

01-24-2023 20:09:41




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to rrlund, 01-24-2023 16:33:48  
Not likely on this spreader.



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rrlund

01-25-2023 06:56:42




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to matthies, 01-24-2023 20:09:41  
It's a single beater PTO spreader. You mean Mother Deere wouldn't still have parts for that? The mighty Mother Deere? What's the sense owning one then?

If there was a good Deere parts guy left in the country who gave a rat's rear end, he could hit a couple of keys on the computer and see if there was any of those NOS parts on any dealer shelf anywhere in North America. Unfortunately, there hasn't been one of those since about 1995.
This post was edited by rrlund on 01/25/2023 at 07:46 am.

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Kyle in Texas

01-25-2023 17:03:56




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to rrlund, 01-25-2023 06:56:42  
We checked with our JD dealer a while back and was told those parts were obsolete.



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matthies

01-25-2023 13:59:14




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to rrlund, 01-25-2023 06:56:42  
The 33 wasn't much of a spreader looks like one, but if you can get them to work is another.



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rrlund

01-25-2023 16:36:13




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to matthies, 01-25-2023 13:59:14  
I had one that I used for dairy manure daily until I bought a new 450 Hydra Push. Pretty much wore it out. The beater finally fell apart.



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Kyle in Texas

01-25-2023 17:10:23




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to rrlund, 01-25-2023 16:36:13  
We bought it used 25 years ago we raised chickens for Pilgrams for 22 years. Definitely got our money's worth out of it. Found one up north but those parts had been sold. Guess its time to scrap it.



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rrlund

01-26-2023 07:44:37




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 Re: JD 33 Manure Spreader in reply to Kyle in Texas, 01-25-2023 17:10:23  
I'd be willing to bet those parts are on a shelf at some old dealer somewhere and could be found in about 5 seconds if a parts guy would do it, but like I said, you'd have an easier time finding the parts than you would a parts guy who'd do it for you. They don't work on commission. They'll get paid this week whether they find parts for you or not. You're right though, just let them scrap it. Not worth the hassle of owning one if you ever need anything again.

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