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Parts for John Deere G Tractor

Brakes

Clutch

Cooling System

Engine Parts

Exhaust System Parts

Filters

Engine Oil Filters

Front Axle/Steering Parts

Axle Related Parts

Wheel Bearings and Sleeves

Wheel Components

Fuel System

Hitch & Drawbar Parts

Hitches: 2PT and 3PT

Ignition & Electrical Parts

Mufflers/Exhaust Pipes

Exhaust Pipes

Mufflers/Components

Seats

17-1/2' x 16' - Antique Black Vinyl

17-1/2' x 16' - Black Vinyl

17-1/2' x 16' - Yellow Vinyl

19-1/2' x 14-5/8' - Antique Black Vinyl

19-1/2' x 14-5/8' - Black Vinyl

19-1/2' x 14-5/8' - Yellow Vinyl

Arm Rest Cushions

Back Cushion

Seat Cushion

Seat Cushion Cover

Service Manual

Fenders & Components

Transmission & Rear Axle

More about the John Deere G

In 1937, the very first John Deere G Tractors went out. They were produced until 1953. The original price of the John Deere G Tractor was $2,600 (1953). If you got it for less, you found a great deal! TractorJoe has plenty of John Deere G parts to keep it running. Sometimes, the parts compatibility is determined by the serial number of your John Deere G Tractor, and that info should be listed on the part fit notes. If you don't have the serial number of your tractor, you can find it on the left side by flywheel on early tractors. Right side above pully on late models. The serial number starts from 1000 (G) for a 1938 model, from 7734 (G) for a 1939 model, from 9321 (G) for a 1940 model, from 10489 (G) for a 1941 model, from 11561 (G) for a 1942 model, from 13000 (GM) for a 1942 model, from 13418 (GM) for a 1943 model, from None for a 1944 model, from 13748 (GM) for a 1945 model, from 15780 (GM) for a 1946 model, from 18553 (GM) for a 1947 model, from Final for a 22112 (gm) model, from 23000 (G) for a 1947 model, from 25235 (G) for a 1948 model, from 32457 (G) for a 1949 model, from 39161 (G) for a 1950 model, from 46809 (G) for a 1951 model, from 53479 (G) for a 1952 model, from 63138 (G) for a 1953 model, from 64530 (G) for a final model. The 3-point hitch is very reliable. It is also worth noting that the PTO runs at 540 rpms.