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JD 350 specs

Post by mailtrain » Mon Feb 04, 2008 10:16 pm

Here are some specs for the 350 series dozers


Yrs. Mfdr. Fuel Engine HP Trans Type Weight

1964-70 G/D JD 3cyl 152cid 42 DD 9300


350B

1970-75 G/D JD 3cyl 152 42 MS 9300


350C

1975-86 D JD 3cyl 152 42 MS 10,099


350D D JD 3-179cid 48 MS 11,400


355D D JD 3-179cid 50/48 NA 12,400

The 355D is a track Loader

Thanks to Digitup for this information and Lavoy for the web site to put it on.

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Re: JD 350 specs

Post by jdemaris » Sat Sep 13, 2008 3:07 pm

mailtrain wrote:Here are some specs for the 350 series dozers


Yrs. Mfdr. Fuel Engine HP Trans Type Weight

1964-70 G/D JD 3cyl 152cid 42 DD 9300


350B

1970-75 G/D JD 3cyl 152 42 MS 9300


350C

1975-86 D JD 3cyl 152 42 MS 10,099


350D D JD 3-179cid 48 MS 11,400


355D D JD 3-179cid 50/48 NA 12,400

The 355D is a track Loader

Thanks to Digitup for this information and Lavoy for the web site to put it on.

Some of those figures are incorrect or incomplete. There were NO 350 crawlers in 1964. Also several 350s had 164 diesels instead of the 152 or 179.

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JD 350 spec's

Post by mailtrain » Sun Sep 14, 2008 6:54 pm

jdemaris;

This info was from a farm equipment guide. Unknown if maybe this was just a quick reference for the salesman to the buyer.

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Post by Lavoy » Sun Sep 14, 2008 6:57 pm

Sometimes these guides go by actual Deere published dates. The problem is they confuse calender year with model year. Hence most of the serial number guides you see are incorrect. Think of it like buying a new car, the 09 models are on the lot now, but it is still 08.
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Post by jdemaris » Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:53 am

Lavoy wrote:Sometimes these guides go by actual Deere published dates. The problem is they confuse calender year with model year. Hence most of the serial number guides you see are incorrect. Think of it like buying a new car, the 09 models are on the lot now, but it is still 08.
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Yeah, I was wondering about that. Many cars, trucks, and tractors exisited somewhere years before they were released for sale to the public.
The accepted standard for "year" is usually the model year release date - unless you have a parts problem. Then it boils down to year, and sometimes month of manufacture.

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Post by Lavoy » Mon Sep 15, 2008 2:35 pm

This had been a bone of contention in the antique Deere stuff for years. Even puslished books by Deere don't have the years right. Problem is, the current group does was not around when any of this stuff was built, so they defualt to calendar year as opposed to fiscal or model year. Two Cylinder Club has the only serial number guide I will use.
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