Here you will find info on the types of attachments available for your tractor, what types of fluids are required and other general info.
Some useful facts
Back in 1987 (because I still have my dad's original sales receipt) all together cost of a John Deere 210 with a 46" mower, a 30" Hydraulic Tiller, Hitch for a plow, Plow, 5HP Trac-Vac (For picking up leaves), and a 43" Front Blade exactly $5,300.00 (including tax).
The production run year for the John Deere 200 series tractors was from 1975 to 1987.
All the tractors were gear driven and had no hydrostatic transmission.
The transmission type is a four speed 2300 series Peerless transmission with cast housing and full compliment of bearings.
There was a choice of five engine options: 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16 horsepower Kohler engines.
A choice of a standard mechanical attachment lift system or an optional electric lift & hydraulic lift was offered.
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