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John Deere

John Deere. A name synonymous with the Agricultural Industry. In 1837 Blacksmith John Deere produced his first truly Ag product, an innovative plow that was formed and polished so as to be “self-cleaning” in the sticky Midwest prairie dirt. Other plows of the time were made of cast iron and, though well suited for sandy loose soil, clogged and needed constant attention in this type of environment.A hit, Johns plow propelled him into a popular business. 1852 brought about the buyout of some initial investors and the Blacksmith’s shop became known by different names. John Deere & Co, Moline Plow Manufactory and simply John Deere. In 1863 the Company made its first “ride on” implement, the Hawkeye Riding Cultivator. The business was incorporated in 1868 as Deere & Company, Inc.. After the death of John Deere in 1886, the Company continued diversifying and growing, even producing bicycles in the 1890’s for a brief time. In 1918 Deere & Company purchases Waterloo Boys Tractors but it isn’t until 1923, with the introduction of the Model D, that a tractor is made with the Deere name.

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  1. Spring Clip, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link for John Deere OEM GG080-17274

    Spring Clip, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link for John Deere OEM GG080-17274

    Item #: LPSGG080-17274

    LPS Price: $4.55
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  2. ANSI Size 80 Cotter Type Connecting Link

    ANSI Size 80 Cotter Type Connecting Link

    Item #: LPS80Link

    LPS Price: $6.84
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  3. ANSI Spring Clip, Size 60, Drive Chain Link

    ANSI Spring Clip, Size 60, Drive Chain Link

    Item #: LPS60Link

    LPS Price: $4.54
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  4. ANSI Size 50 Spring Clip Type Connecting Link

    ANSI Size 50 Spring Clip Type Connecting Link

    Item #: LPS50Link

    LPS Price: $4.03
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  5. ANSI Size 40 Spring Clip Type Connecting Link

    ANSI Size 40 Spring Clip Type Connecting Link

    Item #: LPS40Link

    LPS Price: $3.74
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  6. ANSI Size 100 Cotter Type Connecting Link

    ANSI Size 100 Cotter Type Connecting Link

    Item #: LPS100Link

    LPS Price: $9.62
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  7. John Deere JD24A Skid Steer, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link

    John Deere JD24A Skid Steer, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link

    Item #: JDMP3L02

    LPS Price: $4.63
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  8. John Deere 170 Skid Steer, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link

    John Deere 170 Skid Steer, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link

    Item #: JD393L02

    LPS Price: $4.94
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  9. John Deere 125 Skid Steer, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link

    John Deere 125 Skid Steer, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link

    Item #: JD153L02

    LPS Price: $4.96
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  10. John Deere 24A Skid Steer, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link

    John Deere 24A Skid Steer, Size 60 Connecting Chain Link

    Item #: JD123L02

    LPS Price: $4.96
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About John Deere

John Deere. A name synonymous with the Agricultural Industry. In 1837 Blacksmith John Deere produced his first truly Ag product, an innovative plow that was formed and polished so as to be “self-cleaning” in the sticky Midwest prairie dirt. Other plows of the time were made of cast iron and, though well suited for sandy loose soil, clogged and needed constant attention in this type of environment.A hit, Johns plow propelled him into a popular business. 1852 brought about the buyout of some initial investors and the Blacksmith’s shop became known by different names. John Deere & Co, Moline Plow Manufactory and simply John Deere. In 1863 the Company made its first “ride on” implement, the Hawkeye Riding Cultivator. The business was incorporated in 1868 as Deere & Company, Inc.. After the death of John Deere in 1886, the Company continued diversifying and growing, even producing bicycles in the 1890’s for a brief time. In 1918 Deere & Company purchases Waterloo Boys Tractors but it isn’t until 1923, with the introduction of the Model D, that a tractor is made with the Deere name.