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Parts for John Deere 7210 Tractor

Air Conditioning

Belts

Cooling System & Related

Brakes

Cab Parts

Cooling System

Engine Overhaul Kits

Engine Parts

6.8D & 6.8T Diesel

6068 Turbo Powertech Diesel

6068T Diesel, 300 Series

Crankshaft & Components

Engine Related Parts

Exhaust System Parts

Flywheels/Components

Gaskets/Gasket Sets

Turbos & Components

Valves/Guides/Springs/Locks

Filters

Front Axle/Steering Parts

Axle Related Parts

Spindles and Related Parts

Steering Arms and Shafts

Steering Cylinders and Repair Kits

Steering Related Parts

Tie Rods and Ball Joints

Wheel Bearings and Sleeves

Wheel Components

Fuel System

Hitch & Drawbar Parts

Hydraulic System

Hydraulic Pumps/Components

Miscellaneous Hydraulic Parts

Ignition & Electrical Parts

PTO Components

Seats

Transmission & Rear Axle

More about the John Deere 7210

The John Deere 7210 Tractor was manufactured between 1997 and 2002. The John Deere 7210 Tractor first came out at a price of $52,000 (1999), but you might be one of the lucky ones who found a good deal lower than that. The bad news is that, like any other tractor, the John Deere 7210 Tractor needs spare parts to keep it running; the good news is that we have all the parts you need at 60% off dealer prices in our inventory. Make sure you have access to your tractor serial number, because there is a chance that the John Deere 7210 parts you need depend on that serial number. Usually, the serial number is printed on the the 7210's front right main frame, above the front axle. That serial number is determined by the year of manufacturing, so for a 1997 model, it starts with 1001, for a 1998 model it starts with 10001, for a 1999 model it starts with 20001, for a 2000 model it starts with 30001, for a 2001 model it starts with 50001, for a 2002 model it starts with 70004. Some John Deere 7210 Tractors have a 4x2 2WD chassis, but there are also some with a 4x4 MFWD 4WD (optional) chassis, all equipped with hydrostatic power steering. They also have hydraulic wet disc brakes. The type 2 3-point hitch is very reliable, capable to lift 7,400 lbs [3356 kg] (2WD). It is also worth noting that the independent rear PTO runs at 540/1000 (1-3/8) rpms. The John Deere 7210 has a closed center pressure flow compensated (PFC) hydraulics system with a 15 gal [56.8 L] (2WD) capacity. The pump does the job pushing 26 gpm [98.4 lpm] fluids in the hydraulics system.