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The John Deere Company build engines for use in their own machinery and sell them to OEMs like Bell who use them in some of there ADT models. In the past John Deere & Co sold compact Stationary Engines to their farmer customers for opperating pumps and Agricultural machinery.
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- Main article: John Deere
Early Tractor EnginesEdit
Modern Engine rangeEdit
John Deere are marketing there engine range for use in industrial applications, as they offer a TEIR III compliant range and small OEMs can no longer afford to design and develop there own models to meet current and future environmental regulations.
Engines in preservationEdit
Examples of the Stationary engines can be seen at the various tractor and historic vehicle and county shows around the country during the summer season.
- Amanco - another US make of stationary engine
- Shows and Meets
- List of Engine Manufacturers
- Anson Engine Museum Collection of early Stationary engines of mainly British orgin (no JD engines).
- Collections List of private collection and Museums
Detail from other articles & shows