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    Default New to me 110 TLB

    Just bought a 2002 110 TLB yesterday. Where is the best source for filters and parts?

    Thanks in advance

    Drew

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    Default Re: New to me 110 TLB



    Best source is the deere dealer.

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    Default Re: New to me 110 TLB

    Quote Originally Posted by D Reed View Post
    Just bought a 2002 110 TLB yesterday. Where is the best source for filters and parts?

    Thanks in advance

    Drew
    Welcome to TBN! NAPA gold is on par with the OEM deere filters - IMO. And the price is very close to the Deere products as well. So, I generally take my business to the dealership... unless, I'm short on time and don't want to make another trip, etc.

    Part's of course, is another matter. Deere has a large part's supply infrastructure! Across the country and internationally... lot's of overhead expenses associated with maintaining that kind of system.

    The price of part's from Deere certainly reflects that! (In the eyes of many folk's that's a mark against buying JD... but I digress.)

    Nonetheless, you can almost always find whatever part you need - even for a tractor that's 50 years old!

    So... I typically buy the major components from my dealer and nuts, bolts, fasteners, etc. , I collect from various sources.

    Good luck with your 110. Great tractor.

    AKfish
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    Default Re: New to me 110 TLB



    deere dealer is the best place to get any parts IMO

    #1 rule of TBN though is if there's no pics it didn't happen, so...

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    Default Re: New to me 110 TLB

    Funny, I promise I'll post some as soon as I get it home. Hopefully this weekend but I live on an island so things usually prove a bit more challenging

    Drew

    Thanks for the info guys, There will be more questions I'm sure

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    Default Re: New to me 110 TLB

    I use JD filters. I find all the part numbers and prices on JDparts then I search each part number on ebay. I also save each search.

    So far I've only been able to get two fuel fiters for $6.50 and an air filter for $11

    Other then that, I buy from the dealer.
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