Parts for John Deere GP Tractor
Transmission & Rear Axle
More about the John Deere GP
The first John Deere GP Tractors went out of the factory gates in 1928 and they kept building them until 1935. The John Deere GP Tractor first came out at a price of $1,200 (1935), 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 GP 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. Sometimes, the parts compatibility is determined by the serial number of your John Deere GP 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 below gear shift lever. The serial number starts from 200211 for a 1928 model, from 201336 for a 1929 model, from 212038 for a 1930 model, from 223803 for a 1931 model, from 228666 for a 1932 model, from 229051 for a 1933 model, from 229216 for a 1934 model, from 230514 for a 1935 model, from 230745 for a final model, from 15000 (GP-O) for a 1931 model, from 15226 (GP-O) for a 1932 model, from 15387 (GP-O) for a 1933 model, from 15412 (GP-O) for a 1934 model, from 15589 (GP-O) for a 1935 model, from 15732 (GP-O) for a final model, from 5000-5202 (GP-P) for a 1930 model. The 3-point hitch is very reliable. It is also worth noting that the PTO.