Antique John Deere Tractor: JD 2010
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The tractor shown is a 1961 John Deere 2010 tractor. It featured a 46 HP, 4-cylinder gasoline engine, power steering, Category II 3-point hitch, live hydraulics, live PTO and a narrow front end. Wide-front ends and utility model chassis were also available. Picture contributed by Rick Nikolich.
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JD wrote on Thursday, September 05, 2013 (PDT):does anybody have any info on 2010 JD fork lift.How made - sr NO.Ect or do you know where I can find info, Thanks
Winston Marks wrote on Thursday, December 16, 2010 (PST):When I push the hand lever to engage the pto it grinds a lot,but when the jd 2010 row crop is shut off,it engages easily.The pto works otherwise.
Jim S wrote on Sunday, October 10, 2010 (PDT):I had a water leak I thought was in a cylinder sleeve, turnes out it was an o-ring in a pre-combustion chamber.I now have a set of sleeves for sale USED 600 New ones were 1500
Jim S wrote on Sunday, October 10, 2010 (PDT):I have a 2010 RU deisel. As everyone else ,I was told after I bought it that it was one of the worst tractors ever. Mine has served me well, with no unusual problems for the year if machine. I REBUILT THE ENGINE LAST WINTER
Jeff G wrote on Tuesday, September 21, 2010 (PDT):Is a JD 2010 Forklift the same as a 2010 Tractor
Douglas Caudill wrote on Saturday, September 18, 2010 (PDT):I have a one of a kind 2010 in very good condition, low hours on a complete overhaul
bob shaw wrote on Tuesday, September 07, 2010 (PDT):my jd 2010 is getting hydraulic fluid in the rear end on one side. can anyone tell me where the leak is coming from what i can do to fix it.
peter wiebe wrote on Friday, September 03, 2010 (PDT):I am restoring a 1963 2010 john deere crawler, and I need the stone gaurds for it, also the track tightening machinism covers, and the big hook that goes under neath the front gaurd plate, if you know of some one the has and old one for parts please let me know by email or give me a call at 204 326 7873. peter
Ray Taylo wrote on Monday, August 30, 2010 (PDT):The road gears on my 2010 do not work. I was told that this tractor has two clutches. One for high side, one for low side, is this true Can it be adjusted somehow The clutch works good in lower gears. It will not move at all in higher gears. Thank you.
Dennis Strawn wrote on Saturday, May 15, 2010 (PDT):I have a 2010 John Deere Ser #RU10402 in fair to good condition with almost new tires on it. Power steering. I have enjoyed reading most of the comments on this site. Seems like we have all enjoyed the tractor. This tractor is for sale.
leonard wrote on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 (PDT):putting loader on 2010. where is best place to tie into hydraulics was told they are open center system.
Karen Lehmkuhl wrote on Saturday, April 03, 2010 (PDT):How do you remove the axle to replace the rear seal on a John Deere 2010 rear axle Coul you please answer me soon Thank you.
Terry Stefancik wrote on Thursday, February 25, 2010 (PST):To Red Power; are you the same one with the picture of the 4010 gas in the vintage pictures.
El Dean Holthus wrote on Tuesday, January 05, 2010 (PST):I have owned a 1964 2010, gas utility for many years 2nd owner. I have it equipped with a Shwartz loader. I do also have a shifting problem. If the 3 point or hydralics fail it probably a clogged wire mesh transmission filter. I am now retired and would be interested in selling this tractor; does anyone have suggested starting price. The 2010 s were not junk. They have the handiest PTO, and the shift was the only JD Synchro with a 1-2, 3-4, etc shift. All others were 1-3, 2-5, 4-7 and 6-8. I am probably preaching to the choir as you all knew that. If I don t sell the tractor I want to rebuild the transmission any ideas. Holt, Smith Center, Ks
bill briggs wrote on Tuesday, November 10, 2009 (PST):hello friend my 1961 2010 is still running good .Just droped a valve last week will have it running soon
tim galey wrote on Saturday, October 03, 2009 (PDT):my friend has a 1965 john deer 2010,we are looking for information on the hydraulics.the broblem is it leakes fluid from around the steering wheel/column. does any one have any information,or what to check. thanks t.g.
Larry wrote on Wednesday, August 19, 2009 (PDT):I have a 1963 2010 john deere with a tricycle front end need imformation on what wide front ends will fit it to change it over.
John Semerzakis wrote on Sunday, April 19, 2009 (PDT):can any body tell me where to find info and parts for a JD 2010 yellow industrial with JD backhoe and bucket.It s been a real good strong tractor,Ser# w 63668. the diesel engines runs strong.I think it s a 1965 or 1966 any help would be appeciative. Thanks
ken in PA. wrote on Wednesday, January 21, 2009 (PST):I have a 1963 2010ru I grew up on this tractor and have owned it myself for 15 years it is a great tractor in the 1960s it was the main tractor on a dairy farm used daily to spread manure a great starter in cold weather . we pulled a 3x14 model 810 plow and a 9 kba disc on a 145 acre farm I use it now on our vegetable farm . still a joy to operate and a relatively economical tractor I could never part with it!
KEN COX wrote on Sunday, December 28, 2008 (PST):I BOUGHT A 1961 2010 ABOUT THREE MONTHS AGO NOWING THAT THE TRANS NEEDED WORK, I AM A BIG GREEN AND YELLOW FAN AS MY FATHER WAS, HE TO BOUGHT A 2010 NEW IN 1961 THAT WE USED ON THE FARM FOR EVERY THING. HOW EVER I AM LOOKING FOR A PUSH PULL ROCKSHAFT CABLE #AT13231 IF ANY ONE HAS ONE PLEASE CONTACT ME.. 406 270 3029 MILES CITY MONTANA.. THANKS KEN
FredT wrote on Tuesday, July 22, 2008 (PDT):RANDY - repairing the rim can be fairly easy or very difficult, depending on where your hole s are. I think the BEST thing to do is to cut a patch from a piece of scrap metal - slightly larger than the hole you mentioned AND the same thickness as the original rim. Weld the patch inside the hole and then fill the depression on the outside with bondo. A little careful work should produce good results. Oh yeah, the welder of choice in this situation would be a MIG welder. FredT
Marty Immerman wrote on Wednesday, July 09, 2008 (PDT):I have a 2010 narrow front with a loader on it.When I bought it the loader hydrolics are ran through the implement hydrolics.Is there a way to hard pipe the loader to the tractor.I thought I saw a 2010 with the loader piped to the tractor.
Steve Schimmel wrote on Wednesday, June 04, 2008 (PDT):Hello, I have a 1962 2010 industrial backhoe, The engine needs a rebuild, I broke the sleeves. Gas 4 cylinder. I m looking for parts or an engine. Has a 700 loader on front would sell pretty reasonable. 406-422 0895 Helena Montana
GEORGE BIRD wrote on Sunday, May 04, 2008 (PDT):1957 I WAS WORKING FOR BLUE MOUNTAIN ESTATES C. LTD OWNED BY MR.D.C.KOTHARI OF MADRAS ,INDIA I LERNT DRIVING A TRACTOR ON JOHN DEERE, I THINK IT STARTED ON GAS RAN ON POWRIN,I WAS IN INDIA IN2008 ,I SAW JOHN DEERE BACK IN THE INDIAN MARKET.
Jerry Sarchet wrote on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 (PDT):The serial number for the 2010 s is located right under the coil or down under and behind the genator on the motor. The 3010 s and 4010 s had the serial numbers behind the seat. John deere did not etch serial numbers in the casting of parts, most of those are part numbers. Thanks
kevin gillmore wrote on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 (PDT):Have a 2010 gas 3 point takes a few seconds before lifting. Can anybody tell me how to fix it.
Randy wrote on Saturday, December 15, 2007 (PST):I just bought a JD 3010 gas tractor. I am in the process of restoring it. While sandblasting the rear tire rim a rusted spot became a hole. Does anyone know how I can repair the rim or find a new one Thanks
Bruce wrote on Tuesday, December 11, 2007 (PST):The serial numbers for the 2010 are etched on the top of the tranny housing at the rear of the tranny cover. If you are sitting in the seat it is under your left side on the rear corner of the cover plat on top of the tranny.I have seen 6 2010 serial numbers and none are on a plate they are engraved into the cast iron.
Anthony Cappelle wrote on Monday, November 12, 2007 (PST):I have a 2010 that keeps overheating but otherwise runs great. I have already put in a new thermostat,radiator,cap,and waterpump.Does anyone have more suggestions I also had this tractor tested and it only gave 28 HP. What is the HP supposed to be I can t find this info
Rick wrote on Monday, September 10, 2007 (PDT):My Dad had a tractor like this only his had a wide front end and we used it,becauase it was the only tractor we had at the time. We farmed 160 acres with it the first year or two we he had it then we seeded everything down to hay and pasture and baled a lot of hay with this tractor. It was was a real good little tractor I really enjoyed running it. Dad has sold it,and I don t where it went to. I don t know what year it was,but I think it was a 1964 model 201,but I m not real sure. I would like to find this tractor again if I could!
Bob Vredenburgh wrote on Wednesday, September 05, 2007 (PDT):When I use the hand lever to engage the pto there is serious grinding. With engine off the pto engages easily. The fluid level is ok. The owners manual says use 10w-30 oil, 8 gal. Any suggestions. The machine is a 1961 2010 and I am the 2nd owner, I think its a great tractor!
c.j wrote on Wednesday, August 15, 2007 (PDT):I have a 2010 Diesel, currently repairing the PTO assembly, I am looking for information on how to properly set the controls for the 3 pint hitch. Does anyone know where to find detailed pictures on these parts
sylvain wrote on Monday, June 04, 2007 (PDT):i have a 2010 tractor diesel and y find a fuel injection pump because my pump is broken if anybody could help that would be great thanks. best regards sylvain.
Terry wrote on Saturday, October 21, 2006 (PDT):HOwdy, I have a Brownie Tractor from the Brownie Tractor Co. Joliet , Ill. It is a model "B" Serial # 59261. It is like a lawn mower tractor, with a briggs and stratton engine. There is not a mower attachement. The wheels in front are narrow and the wheels in back are wide. Would appreciate any info. Thanks.
chris wrote on Sunday, August 27, 2006 (PDT):i have a 2010 crawler desiel and need the torque specs for the head and rod bearings if anybody could help that would be great thanks
gary carvis wrote on Sunday, July 09, 2006 (PDT):just bought a jd 2010 w/backhoe and loader. former cty vehicle in plant city fl. where is he serial number located? want to freshen the oils and filters but need the id plate...thanks
Chuck Whittier wrote on Monday, June 26, 2006 (PDT): I have a 1961 2010 that I bought about 5 years ago and I don't know who the idiot is that said this was the black sheep of the family- it has performed every job I set before it, from cutting with a J.D. #37 9ft. sickle mower to raking to baling with a N.H. 847 round baler. This tractor also has a farmhand F-10 loader that has a grapple fork attached and I use it for feeding in the winter because it starts better than my 3020 or my 4010 diesels. I would also like to mention that it starts in any weather and believe me Manitoba winters are damn cold. The tractor is all original and restored with nothing more than a coat of paint- the guy I bought it from only used it in the farmhand making loose hay since he bought it new. This is one great tractor and I absolutely love it.
keith mcintosh wrote on Sunday, June 18, 2006 (PDT):I have a 2010, very dependable tractor, I use it mainly to bushhog, hauling fire wood and setting out round bales of hay. over the last 2 years hauling logs to cut for fire wood, maybe a few to large I have developed a bobbing in my hydrulics. my three point arms will bounce up and down with the smallest load. it doesn't seem to affect the amount it lifts. but i have a after market loader on it and if I have any thing on the back the loader operation is quiet bouncy. I would appreciate any infoe concerning this. i am getting ready to tear into the pump assembly, any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Michael Maiyo wrote on Wednesday, May 10, 2006 (PDT):I am an upcomming young small scale farmer in kenya seroiusly looking for JD 2130. I seen it action.Kindly let me know where to find one and how in its farm/silver condition Thank You
John Semerzakis wrote on Tuesday, May 02, 2006 (PDT):can anybody tell me what year is my 2010w ser#63668 also it has hdy leak coming from the steering wheel thanks
Wes Westbrook wrote on Wednesday, April 26, 2006 (PDT):I am looking at a 2010 that has a Massey Ferguson loader. The loader moves really slowly. I'm told all it takes is some kind of modification. Any suggestions?
Jim Robinson wrote on Sunday, April 09, 2006 (PDT):I have a mid 60s model 2010 row crop. I seem to be having transmision problems. The tranny makes a grinding noise when the tractor is in reverse and doesnt move. Does the linkage need adjusted or I have been told that it probaly needs syncros. Any help here would be greatly apriciated.
Getald Peterson wrote on Tuesday, April 04, 2006 (PDT):How do I time my 2010 1965 JD tractor. The timing is retarded. I've paid to have it timed but had no success.
pat wrote on Sunday, April 02, 2006 (PDT):I just bought john deere 1010 special and can't find the serial do you know where it would be located on the tractor . does any one have information on this tractor i can't find much out about it would like to know what year it was made and any other information would be help full thank you
peter s. wrote on Sunday, February 05, 2006 (PST):I WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE WOULD HAVE ANY INFORMATION TO HELP ME FIND OUT WHAT MY AMUSMENT PARK RIDE BROWNIE TRACTOR IS WORTH.IT WAS MADE IN THE LATE 50'S.IT IS A TWO SEATER,PAINTED RED AND BLACK,AND IT IS SLOW SO THAT KIDS MAY OPERATE IT WITH A ADULT ABLE TO WALK NEXT TO THEM WHILE THEY DRIVE.IT WEIGHS ABOUT 265 PDS,IT WAS MADE BY THE ALLAN HERSCHELL COMPANY IN TONAWANDA NEW YORK.IT IS IN EXCELLANT SHAPE AND IT RUNS WELL.ID LIKE TO SELL IT IF ANYONE WOULD BE INTERESTED.MY EMAIL IS PSTRUSI at NETZERO.COM OR MY PHONE #(716)692-5655 THANKS PETER
Paul Petry wrote on Sunday, January 29, 2006 (PST):I need to haul a 2010 gas JD tractor. Does anyone know the weight of this tractor (no loader - just the tractor)??
Joe Koenig (jonak) wrote on Sunday, October 30, 2005 (PST):I am among the owners of a JD 2010.I need two 600 or 6;50X14 front three rib tires. So far I cannot find a 14" rib tire at any company, Any help out there? And, Thank you ahead of time. Joe Koenig
Greg Round wrote on Friday, October 21, 2005 (PDT):I have a very sick 2010 diesel that needs an engine rebuild. Can anyone tell me where I can get the parts?
Harlan Clark wrote on Thursday, October 20, 2005 (PDT):I have a JD 2010 Ser # 10004. Have had it for about 4 yrs, does a fine job on everything from baling hay, landscaping, snow plowing, whatever!! I have checked with John Deere Co. and found out that Ser # 10002 was scrapped. (it never made the end of the assembly line.) I,m wondering if anyone knows the whereabouts of Ser#'s 10001 & 10003? It may be that I have the earliest JD 2010 that is still alive and well.
Tandy mindahl wrote on Thursday, September 22, 2005 (PDT):Hi, I have a John Deere 1965 wide front 2010 with about 2100 hours on it. It has a JD 700 loader and a series 93 backhoe on it. Tractor starts and runs very good and the loader and back hoe also work. Since this is kind of a collectors item I hate to use it all the time around the hobby farm. Would like to find someone interested in bying it. Wondering how much this one owner tractor would be worth to a collector ? It is built like a rock and when you look at it you know you are looking at a piece of history and not some junk. It is painted yellow which is not the original color.
Todd Winter wrote on Sunday, July 24, 2005 (PDT):I have inherited a JD 2010 from my recently deceased father who bought it a few years ago. This tractor does have a loader that worked well until it blew a seal. It was driven and parked behind the barn 2 years ago to wait for help. Well here I am, and I tried to pull it out today with a larger tractor and found that the right rear wheel is locked up whether you hold the clutch down or shift it through the gears. The left rear wheel rotates fine. Is this a stuck or frozen transmission or could it be the brakes may have froze up on the right side? We tried to pull it forward and backward to try to break the wheel loose with no results except a lot of torn up sod. This tractor needs my help and I need yours. Please help if you have any info or ideas. The serial number of the engine tag is 2010RU14398 if that helps.....
John Schmitt wrote on Saturday, July 23, 2005 (PDT):Iwould like to sell or trade my 2010 for 3020 deisel tractor. Just did complete rebuild on trans new exhaust,rear seal and brakes. I've owned it for 15 years. Motor was overhauled 2years ago.
aland wrote on Friday, May 06, 2005 (PDT):I read several times going through the questions above, but, who is a supplier for engine components for the 2010 diesel engine (other than Deere!) Also, the same question again, If the serial tag is missing, then where to look for number? thanks.
Rhonda Deem wrote on Wednesday, May 04, 2005 (PDT):I have a John Deere 2010 gas w/narrow front end for sale. It is a nice tractor and runs good. I am needing a bigger tractor so I have to sell this one first. If you want pics, I can send them. Email me if interested. Thanks
Jerry Rae Barnhill Sr wrote on Sunday, March 06, 2005 (PST):I have inherited from my father a John Deere 1010 Ser # RS 25062 We have no manual and I need to adjust the clutch.Any help is appreciated.
Jimbo Wilson wrote on Saturday, March 05, 2005 (PST):I have a 2010 for sale tractor is mostly complete would be good to restore,i have two 4010s so i need the room. if interested e-mail me! thanks
cary kirk wrote on Wednesday, March 02, 2005 (PST):i bought a 2010r last year it doesn`t haVE REVERSE. I HAVE ALWAYS HEARD THIS WAS THE "BLACK SHEEP" OF THE FAMILY.I LOVE THIS TRACTOR. IT HANDLES REALLY WELL. THE TRANS.NEEDS REVERSE SYNCH RINGS. THANK YOU.
Phil Thurston wrote on Tuesday, January 25, 2005 (PST):The 2010 pictured looks like an excellent example and beautifully restored. I would like to find a JD 2520 diesel. I know John Deere produced a fair number of them, but, I don't know what part of the US most of them were sold in. Anyone have an idea?
Billy Donald wrote on Sunday, January 16, 2005 (PST):My daddy is looking to buy a 2010 gas and needs to know how much it weighs.
Dan Stanski wrote on Wednesday, December 01, 2004 (PST):I have JD 2010 industrial diesel with a backhoe and am looking for an operators manual that has picture break downs of components and parts. Having a hard time finding one Thanks
Dirk Lindner wrote on Saturday, November 20, 2004 (PST):Does anyone know what the auxillary hydraulic flow of the 2010 is ?
Jon Schultz wrote on Sunday, October 17, 2004 (PDT):My dad and grandpa farmed with a 2010 NF gas row crop in northwest Illinois. I believe it was traded to an IHC dealership in Shullsburg, WI in the late '70's for a Farmall 450. I know it is a needle in a haystack, but I would like to find this tractor. If anyone out there purchased one or knows someone who purchased one from Blackbourn Implement in this time frame, I would really appreciate hearing from you. Thanks.
scott williams wrote on Wednesday, September 08, 2004 (PDT):i have owend my 2010 for the last 6 years and have never had any trouble with it it's been very good tractor always starts the only problem it's had was the pto when i bought it and they are very easy to work on would like to upgrade to a bigger tractor but hate to sell the 2010 but i dont need two tractors.Two thumbs up for the 2010
Dan wrote on Saturday, August 21, 2004 (PDT):Why am I having troble getting the oil pan on my 2010 loose I have removed all the bolts I can see. Is there some hidden? The reason I am removing it is that the anti freeze ended up in the pan. Whats wrong
Harry wrote on Monday, June 14, 2004 (PDT):I am looking for a 2010 or another good sized John Deere with wide front. I need it to farm 40 acres. Right now I have a Ford 8n but it is to small to do some of the thing I would like it to do. Does anyone in Michigan have a 2010 or something else for sale for $2000 - $4500
Adam Neddo wrote on Tuesday, May 11, 2004 (PDT): I am looking for a JD 4020to work on the sweetcorn field. Does not have to be mint condition. Please E-mail me if you have any info. Thanx.
Robert Holland wrote on Monday, April 26, 2004 (PDT):I'm looking for info on after market pistons & rings for a 2010 JD. We're overhauling a very tired 2010 Utility. Also, looking for fix on the high range, doesn't want to stay in gear. Thanks
mike rose wrote on Wednesday, April 21, 2004 (PDT):I have a 2010 W 67196 so I guess it's a 65. I bought it localy here in victoia texas. It was a backhoe loader,. diesal motor is new but... out of time looking for a 13366 timing window. backhoe is gone but loader works. tires poor. any help adj. a roostamaster inj.pump would be helpfull Mike
Albert Prakhurst wrote on Sunday, April 11, 2004 (PDT):Iam currently looking at a 2010narrow front sort of rough but still almost all there the $ is almost unbeatable but there is alot I dont know about this tractor any help or comments would be appreciated
dave sather wrote on Tuesday, April 06, 2004 (PDT):I am looking for a 2010 wide front gas model preferably with loader. If anyone has one or knows of one for sale I would appreciate hearing from you. I am located in the midwest.
Jim from Akron, NY wrote on Monday, March 08, 2004 (PST):What a great site. My wife and I own a 1960 2010 with a narrow front end. I should say my wife owns it. When she and her ex-husband split up, he got the washer and drier and she got the tractor. She absolutly loves it and even calls it "Big John". It was the primary tractor on our small horse farm doing everything from spreading manure and mowing hay to clearing snow and bush hogging. It lost oil pressure in the fall of 2003 so I decided it was time to finally overhaul the engine. I'm having a little trouble finding parts and everything, if available, has to be special ordered. It seems that the engine is unique to the 1010 and 2010 only. The latest problem was finding the engine sleeves. Only the 2010 has the sleeves and the top engine plate as one assembly. I finally found one in Michigan from a dealer who had one for years by mistake. I hope this is the last roadblock to getting the tractor back together because spring is coming and I need it to do hay! Although I've had my problems with it, I chalk them up to age more than poor design. I think it's a great tractor and fills our needs better than any of the more popular small Fords or IHs.
homero arce wrote on Sunday, February 29, 2004 (PST):I have a JD2010 and I love this little tractor.I have had it for 8 years now and has never giveing me any problems.I also have a JD model 60 nd it is a good tractor.I guess it's how you take care of them or maybe it's just that I have been lucky with them.I also had a 2040 JD which I sold and now I regreat it,So I belive never to go by what somebody tells me but go by my oun experience with them.
Bubba wrote on Thursday, February 26, 2004 (PST):I am buying a JD2010. the present owner told me it was a 1966 model High crop. According to all information I find they quit making the 2010 in 1965. I cannot find a picture of a High crop 2010. Any help!!
Beth Harris wrote on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 (PST):my father-in-law was just given a JD2010 this past week that was garage kept and still has the manufactured paint on it I never knew a old tractor could look so good but JD are biult to last
Bob Wolf 588 S. Quarry La. Whitehall, N. Y. 12887 wrote on Sunday, September 28, 2003 (PDT):For Sale; J.D. 1010 Crawler Loader W/ back rakes. Rebushed tracks and right hand final drive. needs a left hand drive rebuilt. LH side drives well. machine runs good and has lots of power. 6000 invested. Make offer. 518-639-4460
R Edwards wrote on Monday, July 14, 2003 (PDT):My boss owns a 2010 series gas tractor but has no manual for it. Can anybody tell me the settings for the points, plugs, timing etc. It would be most appreciated.
ken stone wrote on Tuesday, May 20, 2003 (PDT):I recently purchased a JD 2010 and it has not been maintained. The 3 point hitch cylinders somehow got water in them and went through the rock shaft housing, can anyone tell me how to prevent this.
r.page wrote on Saturday, May 17, 2003 (PDT):can anybody advise where overhaul kit or parts are aviable other than john deere for a gas 1010 john deere. need help thanks.
danny james wrote on Wednesday, May 14, 2003 (PDT):i have a 1961 2010 and am interested in selling it...
K thompson wrote on Monday, May 12, 2003 (PDT):I have owned a 2010 diesel, and my father owned one. There seemed to be a persistant hydraulic problem with them both plugging up the filters with a slimy goo. A JD mechanic told me that the paint on the interior of the differential and transmission, which is the reservoir was breaking down and this was a chronic problem with the oil being contaminated. Anybody else heard this?
Mike Forrester wrote on Monday, March 24, 2003 (PST):I am restoring my Dad's JD 2010 Row Crop Utility. The PTO runs until you hook something up to it. Anybody have any idea what the problem is before I break it down? Also, how to you install a hydralic hook-up to the 2010. Great tractor so far.
Don Adams wrote on Friday, February 07, 2003 (PST):After farming for 35 years with orange Wd-45, D-17,yellow (M-M 670) and grey 8-n; i bought a 2010 gas with wide front end and a 36-a loader... thought it was a 2020..shows my deere smarts. I've only had it since November, but find it to be wonderful tractor to run. Glad to see so many positive remarks. I've read all the notes above and still don't know where to find the serial number. i would also like to find a better hood...I have a horizontal muffler...like my Ford had
Marcanet Bruno wrote on Friday, January 24, 2003 (PST):I be french collector antiques tractors.for sale where echange;JD 303 vineyard, JD 100(not restor, possible photo).(difficul speak english)
matt morrow wrote on Tuesday, December 31, 2002 (PST):I 17 and i love tractors and drive them. my famliy and friends has owened 2or 3 2010s and none of them like them 2 of them were gas and 1 of them was a diesel the gas ones we had head problems one than once and the diesel woulndnt start with out being prheated ever if it was 95 out side. but besides these problems i like them they were a good size tractor to rake hay and rasie tobacco with . the a some were around 45 horse power thanks matt
Ed Walker wrote on Monday, December 23, 2002 (PST):I have a 2010 diesel with improper response on the 3 point hitch lift. Regardless of the lever setting, the lift operates completely up or completely down. Any suggestions as to how this can be corrected?
Rick Sharp wrote on Tuesday, December 17, 2002 (PST):Just bought a 1964 2010 Industrial Loader on Ebay, It has about a 42 horse gas engine that runs great, I'm still getting used to it but I can already tell I need to spend a lot of time adjusting and tightening everything up. The steering is extreamly loose, I'm going to attempt to adjust the steering box and grease the tie rod ends to tighten it up.
Rick Sharp wrote on Tuesday, December 17, 2002 (PST):Just bought a 1964 2010 Industrial Loader on Ebay, It has about a 42 horse gas engine that runs great, I'm still getting used to it but I can already tell I need to spend a lot of time adjusting and tightening everything up. The steering is extreamly loose, I'm going to attempt to adjust the steering box and grease the tie rod ends to tighten it up.
Jon Peasley wrote on Tuesday, December 10, 2002 (PST):I have a 2010 for the last 15 years with a 48 loader on it. Have used it for evey thing around the farm, and ran the piss out of it. Other then it's old have not had any thing go bad.
Herb Hutnak wrote on Wednesday, November 27, 2002 (PST):for Peter Howie; I can'thelp with a cylinder head but will pass along this info. The heads usually crack between the turbulence chambers because of heat buildup before the thermostat opens. This can be corrected by removing the bypass hose fittings at the thermostat housing and the water pump and carefully drilling them out to 11/32". (Both ends of the elbow from the thermostat housing have to be drilled out.) This allows the head and block to heat more evenly and prevents a slug of cold water from getting to the head and cracking it.
Peter Howie wrote on Thursday, October 24, 2002 (PDT):I have a 2010 diesel row crop utility and after having the head cast welded two years ago for cracks between the turbulence chambers, I have discovered that they have developed additional cracks. If anyone could help me out with a head in good condition or could advise me where I may obtain one, could they please let me know. I am also searching for injector nozzles or a nozzle rebuild kit.
Ron Weyer wrote on Wednesday, October 16, 2002 (PDT):The second tractor I remember my father buying was a 2010 JD. The first was a John Deere A ,which my father later sold regretably! The 2010 was the main reason my dad swithched from John Deere to IH/Farmall. The 2010 was the biggest pile of junk I have ever seen and my grandfather and all my uncles are John Deere men and they all agree the John Deere 2010 was the equivelant to the Ford Edsel. I have recently purchase a 1020 and could not be happier! After my dad used it for a few jobs, He agreed nothing runs like a DEERE
Phil Roberson wrote on Thursday, September 12, 2002 (PDT):My father purchased a 1964 wide front end RU gas 2010 new in late 1963. It has been garaged on our farm ever since. I have the 307 gyra-mower that he purchased with the tractor. We have used the 2010 for mowing and trailer hauling for 38 years with no problems. It is all original except for the battery, starter, and front tires. I have other tractors, but I love the 2010. It was my father's favorite, and I will never part with it.
David Sherman wrote on Tuesday, September 03, 2002 (PDT):I've blown the engine in my 2010 diesel backhoe and need to either rebuild or replace it. I haven't had any luck finding a good used engine. Seems to be a lot of people think that engine wasn't very good, and so far I can't disagree. Does anyone know where I might get a decent 2010 diesel engine in Washington or Idaho, or do you know of a source of rebuild parts other then JD themselves? Also, do any other engines fit? The backhoe is an additional complication with an engine swap because the hydraulic pump drives off the front end of the crank and my tranny has no PTO in it.
Pastor Rick Taylor wrote on Tuesday, August 06, 2002 (PDT):I'm purchasing a '63 JD 2010 and would like to put on power steering. Can anyone give me some advice? I'm a tractor novice.
R. Blain wrote on Thursday, June 20, 2002 (PDT):I am looking at buying a gas wide front 2010 and a diesel narrow front 2010. The diesel doesn't run, but the gas doesn't have the 3pt arms. Are the front interchangable? Does anyone know where I can find 3pt arms?
S. Marsh wrote on Saturday, June 08, 2002 (PDT):I have owned a JD 2010 row crop utility for nearly ten years. Recently I started having problems, first the high range on the transmission started grinding and now will not work. The PTO shaft has broken and to top it all off it now refuses to run. I noticed the carb leaking fuel at the air intake side so I rebuilt the carb but it still leaks. The carb is a Marvel- Schebler tsx-810, does this carb normally leak? Looking for a JD 2010 expert, thanks.
stacey wrote on Monday, May 20, 2002 (PDT):I need decal locations for John Deere 2010. A bigger picture would be helpful.
Todd smith wrote on Wednesday, May 08, 2002 (PDT):looking for pistons for 2010 desiel tractor
Terry Hopper wrote on Monday, March 04, 2002 (PST):We just purchased a JD2010 Gas tractor.Our first experience. We have begin our restoration of the engine. Seems we are in for a big project. We purchased our tractor for 1700.00 from a guy who sells them for profit. We knew we had a project ahead but was willing to tackle it. We have torn the engine down and have ordered the rebuild kit. Just need more time to begin our project.
Howard Humble wrote on Tuesday, February 26, 2002 (PST):I have a l962 Rowcrop J.D. 2010, looking for two new or good used rear wheels I beleave they are 36 inch. Can anybody help me find them. Thanks
Courtney wrote on Thursday, February 21, 2002 (PST):My papa has a John Deere, and My twin sister and I love to feed the cows, because we get to drive the tractor.
Randy Murphy wrote on Monday, November 12, 2001 (PST):I am considering restoring a JD 2010 that belongs to my mother-in-law. It is in need of an engine overhaul. Can anyone recommend a non OEM overhaul kit supplier? Also, I am not certain where the tractor serial number is located. The shop manual indicates the number is located on the rear of the transmission case, but I cannot find it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Daniel James wrote on Saturday, October 13, 2001 (PDT):i just recently bought a 2010 serial #12957 ,a 1961 model. it is the second 2010 on this farm and they are great. we still own the other one two a 1964 model.
Robert Lawrence wrote on Monday, July 16, 2001 (PDT):I've read two articles of people that have had transmission leaks with their 2010's. What was the problem? Mine is a second owner and has had an easy life, shifts fine (by the way this was a early 60's problem for all makes with console shift not just Deere, ever drive a IH 706 that the gear shift hadn't been broke off two to three times) It does have something leaking in the trans. area, the bell housing is soaked as well as the clutch. Engine oil stays up so it's in the trans. somewhere? Has anybody found the culprit.
Larry wrote on Saturday, July 14, 2001 (PDT):I need pictures of 2010s for my website. You can view my site at johndeere2010.tripod.com. Please email pictures to lmattox at cowboy.net.
Larry wrote on Friday, July 13, 2001 (PDT):I am restoring a 1964 JD2010 Row Crop Utility. Mine is a propane model. Someone told me only 586 propane 2010's were made. Does anyone else have a lp 2010? I am having a hard time finding a new or remanufactured grille. If you know where I can find one email me. lmattox at cowboy.net
Tom Smallman wrote on Thursday, June 21, 2001 (PDT):I own a 2010 with a front end loader. I have just purchased a woods 5000 series chipper. Does anyone know the PTO horsepower of the 2010? PTO rpm is 540. Thanks
Terry Fisher wrote on Thursday, June 21, 2001 (PDT):I really enjoy my 2010. I just replaced the starter armature with a Delco rebuilt and it starts great every time. I use a 509 rotary cutter (brush-hog) and swear that I can take down brush that has a 2" radius at the base. I am having problems now with my choke. It's unhooked at the dash panel. Any suggestions on how to repair the choke easily?
John wrote on Saturday, June 09, 2001 (PDT):My father has been the owner of a 2010G backhoe for the last 21 years. It was a little ornary until we overhauled the engine, but what can be expected after 40 years. It has always run and performed well. We use it maybe 75 hours a summer, and never have a problem.
John Wiedman wrote on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 (PDT):Our 2010 John Deere we did alot of work with it and it was a very good tractor. Back in the 60's we put up hay and plowed our fields with our 2010 tractor and we were able to pull 3-16 plows with our tractors. It was one of the best tractors we ever own.
CJ Evans wrote on Thursday, May 17, 2001 (PDT):Friend, is restoring a 2010 wants to buy a wide front spread axle. anyone knows where one is e-mail me at swamprat at sonet.net
RED POWER wrote on Tuesday, May 15, 2001 (PDT): You know Jarod I just can't believe that a person could like having junk like that around. I mean you know the problems first-hand. The tranny's in those things, in my opinion, are junk. A person spends more time messin' with the gears than actually driving it. I guess that is why Internationals were invented!
RED POWER wrote on Thursday, May 03, 2001 (PDT):John Deeres are nice tractors, if you like trying to mess around with those god-forsaken power shifts. I mean who wants to screw around with shifting. Give me an old red and white binder any day, and feel the power of throwing back a Torque Amplifier and seeing power in the making. But like Chris Roberts said above opinions are like ass-holes, everybody has them. RED POWER FOREVER!!!!
JOHN BRAWNER wrote on Wednesday, April 25, 2001 (PDT):I have a good used sleeve and deck assy.for a 62 2010 gas.if any one would like to bid on it? I have ran a 2010 4000 hrs. in my time and spent several hrs. working on them!Am looking for a good G 48-52 to restore and or parts for them!! THANK YOU!! JOHN
Joe Yonker wrote on Tuesday, April 10, 2001 (PDT):We have a gas powered wide front 2010 and need a loader for it. We are looking for what loader #'s will fit this tractor and what is the best type of loader to use with this tractor. Can anyone supply us with some information on this.
Joe Yonekr wrote on Tuesday, April 10, 2001 (PDT):We have a gas powered wide front 2010 and need a loader for it. We are looking for what loader #'s will fit this tractor and what is the best type of loader to use with this tractor. Can anyone supply us with some information on this.
Joe Trembley wrote on Sunday, April 01, 2001 (PDT):Just bought a 2010 JD with no serial number plate on it. Where are those again? Haven't got it home yet so I don't know what I've got. The tractor has a handy loader on it. Hope it works better than some of the comments above. Thanks.
Bill Hewson wrote on Sunday, April 01, 2001 (PDT):I just bought a 2010 gas w/no serial # plate. Question - how can you date a 2010 without this plate?
Vernon H. wrote on Friday, March 09, 2001 (PST):I would also like to add my 2010 SN is RU 10250. It's in very good condition as of now and runs great. Knock on wood.
Vernon Hatcher wrote on Friday, March 09, 2001 (PST):I gave you the fax number. The main call number is 770-427-1348. Sorry bout that.
Vernon Hatcher wrote on Friday, March 09, 2001 (PST):Timmy G. I purchased a Manifold PN 04-695700 from my local JD Supplier. Your welcome to give him a call at 770-427-8491 and ask for Bennie. He may tell you where he found it or sell you one and ship it to you. Cost me $350.00. I'm sure everyone reading these posted messages agree that restoring an old tractor can be quite expensive and rewarding.
Jim Stratz wrote on Saturday, December 09, 2000 (PST):Cute little tractor. Can't see where it would be good for anything else but mowing, hauling wagons or powering an auger. Lets face it, anything under 75 hp is a toy.
R Correll wrote on Saturday, December 02, 2000 (PST): I have a 2010 gas with wide front end. IT's a 1965 and have had it for 23 years. Have bushogged and done loader (model 36 loader) with it and love it. I put 15.5/38 tires on rear and 9.50/15 on front .What a difference. I'll never part with this tractor. The grinding in shifting is caused by worn shifting linkage. Mine started doing it and i had linkage rebuilt and it's like brandnew. if it lasts another 30 years i can't complain. I think the 2010 got a bad rap because s omme of the first ones had some problems that needed and COULD be fixed. My dad had a 1961 diesel and loved it.
Jim Volek wrote on Tuesday, November 28, 2000 (PST):I have a 2010W diesel yellow backhoe/bucket. 1962 ser#30891. I have spoken to people who said it was a lemon, one of the worst ever made. It was sitting for over 10 years before I purchased it for $1000. I have been working on it on weekends for the past few months. The head gasket was blown, PS motor cracked, etc.etc. It runs now and I have fixed about 75% of problems. The HYD system takes on a lot of water. It seems like a real strong machine, but I have the gear grind transmission problems also. Any good junk yards for this machine? Any suggestions? Thanks, Jim
Felix Cincotta wrote on Monday, November 06, 2000 (PST):my father bought a 2010 in the 70's he was the second owner. the first owner only used it to run a p.t.o. elevator and that was it. about 10 yrs ago he made the mistake of starting it in the cold with water in the radiator needless to say the block didn't take to that too good. he took the engine out parked it out back and left it until 2 yrs ago. i am 18 yrs old and i made him bring it inside so it wouldn't rust anymore i plan on restoring this fine machine. it's a rowcrop gas with big tires in the back. i was curious as to y alot of peoeple have deemed the 2010 as a lousy tractor. ours never gave us trouble till my dads foolish error. we also own a 2510diesel and love new generation tractors
Joe wrote on Monday, August 14, 2000 (PDT):I have, what seems to be a JD2010 gas tractor everything works except the three-point hitch. I have no hydraulic fluid going to that system. There is no fluid going to the tube that carries the fluid to the back of the tractor. Can someone give me some tips?
Glen Emery wrote on Wednesday, July 05, 2000 (PDT):I just bought a 1962 2010R, gas, with a wide front. It also has the grinding gear problem with 2, 4, 6, & 8. If you get it in one of these gears it quickly jumps out. Anyone got any suggestions. I've got an old service manual and I can't find any reference to fixing this problem.
loretta wrote on Tuesday, June 27, 2000 (PDT):I own a 1963 john deere 2010 I am serching for a diesel motor I do beleive it's a good tractor can anyone help me find one please contact me bye e-mail thanks
Brandon McDonald wrote on Tuesday, June 13, 2000 (PDT):I work on my grandpaws farm and he has a '64 2010 deisel. He has had it since '66 and we still use it today. It has over 5700 hours on it and has never been rebuilt. It still runs very Good (but smokes badly) and always gets the job done. It is the best tractor I have ever used. We also have a 79 2640 and a 91 2755. The 2010 is the best in my book I have ever used.
patricia gaynor kosluk wrote on Sunday, June 11, 2000 (PDT):i am looking for 2010 john deere tractor which was stolen between 11\99 to2\00 that might have been sold. it was taken from worchester township pa. i am the only daughter of a man of aldheiemeiers who was 74 who in the last 6 months i took him home to live with me after taken him out of his 10 acre home leaving behind his 5 tractors[i had too promise him to get him to go i would make sure that they be there when he returned[i would take him almost every other day just to see these tractors and it would make him feel better[he loved them he may have never have used them alot but i knew seeing them made him tick and alive.the rest of the story goeslike this the day came in the last few months i took him home to see his tractors and the moral of the stoy that day was the tractors were gone. SOME MAGGOT CAME IN THE DAY BEFORE AND STOLE ALL OF MY DADS DREAMS MEMERIES ALL THAT LEFT CONSIDED OF.what anightmare 2v months later he diedof brain cancer only after the lose of those stupid tractors..i know its alot to ask can anyone help me ... i dont want to hurt anyone who mqy have bought one of these tractors I ONLY WANT THE INFO ON THE PESON WHO PEOPLEWHO STRIPED ME OF MY PROMISE TO MY DAD.i am offering a 10,000 reward only for the thief.. you may keep the tractor all legal paperswill be made up forunknowing buyer]on confirmation on registry number]buyer will not be prosicuted the buyer may keep tractor or tractorsany info on MAGGOTTS will help please...i will put this in writing...see attorny AUTHER GUtkin ESQ.for serious aquires only.reward will be paid with conviction
pat wrote on Wednesday, June 07, 2000 (PDT):i work on a farm that has a 2010 on it, but the power take off doesn't work. does anyone know what might be wrong. what drives the PTO? gear or other ?
Jenny Applegate wrote on Sunday, June 04, 2000 (PDT):My dad has a 1963 2010. It was a really good tractor, until the PTO broke. We are goinig to fix that and restore it.
Gerardo Borges wrote on Thursday, June 01, 2000 (PDT):It is the first time I have found a place like this, is exelent. I am in Venezuela, south america & we have a lot of problems trying to fix old tractors without any info.
Paul Lewis wrote on Sunday, May 28, 2000 (PDT):I have a 1963 201 row crop uitility. It's the best tractor I have evr used.
Mike Schultz wrote on Tuesday, May 23, 2000 (PDT):I bought a 2010 a year ago. It had new Paint, clutch etc. It is a rowcrop w/utility wide front and loader. Very nice tractor. I find that if you're shifting into the even gears it's best to first put the shifter up into the odd gear in that gate. If you don't sometimes it will grind.
Mike Conger wrote on Monday, May 22, 2000 (PDT):I just bought a 2010 JD from a guy who has had it in his barn for the last 5 years. It was running then but had a hydraulic in the mid section. The ser. # shows H 32186, which from what I can find out it's a 1963. How is the utility model different? Does anyone have any information on the 2010 that will help me restore it to new again?
Woody Greene wrote on Tuesday, May 16, 2000 (PDT):I have a 2010 that I purchased from an older gentleman that used it strictly for a small garden. It needed minor repairs but with some advice and helpall were minded but one. There is a problem with the PTO. It works perfect until you hook something up to it(mower, sprayer etc). Also unsure of how to check hydro fluid.
JERRY SARCHET wrote on Sunday, April 09, 2000 (PDT):I HAVE A 1963 2010 LP WIDE FRONT, ONE OF 400 BUILT. ALSO HAVE A 1960 530LP ONE OF 417 BUILT. 530 RESTORED AND PLAN TO RESTORE 2010 AFTER WE FINISH OUR JOHN DEERE LA.
Deb Howbert wrote on Tuesday, March 21, 2000 (PST): Can't find serial number plate...can someone tell me where to look think it has been painted too many times...also, restoring one for friend any pics available would also be appreciated Thanks, Deb
Steven Good wrote on Thursday, February 10, 2000 (PST):Just bought my first tractor which is the 2010. When letting out the clutch it grinds terrible. No adjustment left in the clutch. Big problems? Let me know please. It is so cool to drive a tractor, can't wait to get back to recreational property to play with it.
MN/Dan wrote on Saturday, February 05, 2000 (PST):Yea Sam , it could be your aux pto is engaged on the rear of the tractor where you would connect the hosses theres a small lever that moves from left to right sitting here typing I cant remember which way to move it but try the opposite of what it is now see if that makes a difference
Frank Soares wrote on Saturday, February 05, 2000 (PST):I have a 1963 2010 Row Crop, ser. #33065 with syncro-range, Rollamatic front end with power steering. I bought it in 1980 with 1500hrs,it now has over 5000hrs.with not one bit of trouble worth mentioning.For years this was our main tractor for chopping corn silage and green chop rye. Our old IHC 15 chopper didn't blow green rye very good so I Had to rev up to get more than 540 on the PTO,sometimes running at 2200-2300 rpm all day. As far as I know,the engine has never been touched. This is the most handy,agile tractor we have ever owned, especilly backing 4 wheel wagons into the sheds,etc. with its dead slow reverse in low range. Say what they want about 2010's, for me its been a great tractor, it needs to be restored for sure,but I have no intention of getting rid of it,ever. We also own a 1963 3010 RC ser.#34493, 1973 4030 w/SG cab. 1950 B,1952 A and other A's and B's
Jim Pilch wrote on Wednesday, January 19, 2000 (PST):My 2010 with a wide front end is a gem. Please mail me if any details about the above being a dog! Jim
sam vallaster wrote on Monday, January 17, 2000 (PST):I purchased a 2010 today/there is a grinding noise that comes from the transmission when in gear and also the pto when its engaged.Anybody had the same problems ? What was the fix ? Other than that looks like a real sweet little machine
mn/dan wrote on Sunday, January 16, 2000 (PST):I've owned my 2010 gas w/wide front end for about 5 years and I also have been told by many different people that its junk, but I'll tell you this for a piece of junk it does a grand job on my projects from snow to mow to landscaping. I LOVE MY DEERE. It's good to see I'm not the only one that does not have any problems (that aren't self inflicted).
brian byrd wrote on Saturday, January 01, 2000 (PST):is it the 2010 or 1010 that had the cooling thermostat in the valve cover?
Drew Moore wrote on Tuesday, December 28, 1999 (PST):Hi,I am 12 years old. I love toy tractors. I collect john deer, newholland, ford, and international tractors and john deer trucks and trailers. I also like old tractors and equipment. I have about 100 tractors, trucks and trailers. If anyone could tell me how much some are worth, please TELL me. If anyone could send me a tractor, truck and trailer value book.
roberto masetti wrote on Sunday, December 26, 1999 (PST):A tutto gas !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ryan Fox wrote on Thursday, December 23, 1999 (PST):I am 15 years old and I bought my own first tractor this summer. It happened to be a John Deere 2010 tricycle front tractor it is a 1964 model and I`m curently restoring it with my grandpa.
ron wrote on Sunday, December 19, 1999 (PST):cut my baby teeth on the steering wheel of a2010 .we installed a allied loader on it was the first front end loader we owned . loaded alot of stuff with it with no power streering . a lot of loader tractors have come and gone from those days. it was just a ok tractor nothing special even in those days but better than afork any day
David Holzwarth wrote on Sunday, December 19, 1999 (PST):I would like to find a 2010 narrow front gas or diesel that runs. I use to have one and it was one of the best tractors I ever owned!!! I would like to find one to Restore.
Timm Kelly wrote on Monday, December 06, 1999 (PST):I bought my 2010 15 years ago, It's a row crop wide front, that has been a good friend way late at night haying, to early in the morning removing snow with it's loader. The neighbors LOVE it too!
william fagan wrote on Friday, December 03, 1999 (PST):I have a 301B john deere with loader tires and a large bucket. Can anyone tell me approximately what year it might be,horsepower or anything about it?
Ken Lahm wrote on Monday, November 15, 1999 (PST):I have a 2010 Diesel. Used it for baling hay. Runs great but have heard from many farmers that the 2010 is the worst tractor that John Deere has built. Is there any truth to this? Or are they talking about the commercial model?
Peter Tyler wrote on Sunday, November 14, 1999 (PST):I have used a John Deere 2010 a wide front end. As a youth on the family farm. We used it for haying also everything else that we did on the family farm. It was a superb tractor, did everything we asked of it. I currently own the smaller John Deere 1010,farm is no longer in production.I use the tractor mainly for Bush hoging, and dragging in timber
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