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#16 jd.rasentrac ONLINE  

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Posted November 18, 2012 - 03:42 PM

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Theres a bit of green and yellow in the back of shot for Wolf
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In june 2012 I nearly bought a John Deere model L -
but I didn't know how to handle my legs IMG_0034.jpg :ah_shoot:

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Posted November 18, 2012 - 04:21 PM

...I also didn't found a section for especial handout upload. So if you are interested, I can upload more than 300 MB catalog and information material to the GUTBROD program from the middle 1960's up to the beginning of the 1990's-


I spoke with George about adding a Gutbrod category to the manuals section. He agreed that it was a great idea and has added one here! I think that it's a great resource for those of us who are interested in what's available across the pond. It will also be a boon to members from over there who need or want the information. Feel free to populate the forum at your convenience!
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Posted November 19, 2012 - 01:38 PM

I spoke with George about adding a Gutbrod category to the manuals section. He agreed that it was a great idea and has added one here! I think that it's a great resource for those of us who are interested in what's available across the pond. It will also be a boon to members from over there who need or want the information. Feel free to populate the forum at your convenience!

Steve, George,
thank you very much. I've uploaded some files and hope, the guys here enjoy.
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Posted November 19, 2012 - 02:12 PM

In june 2012 I nearly bought a John Deere model L -
but I didn't know how to handle my legs


This summer the local agricultural show had a parade of as many Green and yellow tractor and combines as could be transported there to celebrate ??years of existance of John Deere (sorry i cant remember how many) They had everything from early Lanz right through to the big brand new beasts (of course I'm speaking big for the UK in the US they probably fall into the GT classification :rolling: ) I dont have any pictures but my neighbour might i will try to get some.
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Posted November 19, 2012 - 02:36 PM

... to celebrate ??years of existance of John Deere (sorry i cant remember how many) ...

It were only 175 years :wave:... and :wewantpics: :smiley-flag008:

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Posted July 24, 2013 - 12:09 PM

It were only 175 years :wave:... and :wewantpics: :smiley-flag008:

A bit late Wolle but I eventually found a couple of pics, see

http://www.flickr.co...in/photostream/

and

http://www.flickr.co...in/photostream/

 

This was just some of the green on dispaly

 

John

 

Edit found some more

http://www.flickr.co...in/photostream/


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Posted July 24, 2013 - 12:22 PM

Thank you, John. When I see the landscape, it could be in Northern Hesse - we have only some hills more...


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Posted November 07, 2013 - 04:30 PM

Nice to see that I'm not alone in liking the more obscure brands. As a newbie to this forum, and having just bought a Gutbrod 2600D with Kubota Z851 engine, can anyone shed any light on a supplier of spares for this model? I'm also missing the parts for a 3-point linkage but determined to get this working as 'Harald' my new toy has much character.............that's as soon as I can forgive him for running out of electricity!!


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Posted November 07, 2013 - 04:36 PM

Andy, Welcome to GTtalk. Post some photos of your tractor.


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Posted December 31, 2013 - 10:31 AM

I remember the Gutbrod tractors from my time spent in Germany.  If I had been into GTs then, I could have brought one back with me to the States in '91.  I'd still like to get one, though the shipping costs probably exceed the cost of the tractor...

 

BTW, JD Rasentrac-- do you know if John Deere still has the large factory in Bruchsal, right off the A-6, I think it was?  I was reading a forum on John Deere's the other day, and the commenter mentioned visiting the John Deere factory in Mannheim???

 

Also, thanks for posting the manuals, etc. for the Gutbrod, Ich kann ein bisschen Deutsch lesen, and, now that I have a new German daughter in-law (married to my son MIchael who lives in Kaiserslautern area), maybe I can practice some more.

 

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Posted December 31, 2013 - 10:40 AM

I am now a member of this club, Wolfgang Thanks so much for all the info you brought here.

 

Here's a link to my D-250,

 

http://gardentractor...up-today-d-250/


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Posted December 31, 2013 - 02:37 PM

I remember the Gutbrod tractors from my time spent in Germany.  If I had been into GTs then, I could have brought one back with me to the States in '91.  I'd still like to get one, though the shipping costs probably exceed the cost of the tractor...

 

BTW, JD Rasentrac-- do you know if John Deere still has the large factory in Bruchsal, right off the A-6, I think it was?  I was reading a forum on John Deere's the other day, and the commenter mentioned visiting the John Deere factory in Mannheim???

 

Also, thanks for posting the manuals, etc. for the Gutbrod, Ich kann ein bisschen Deutsch lesen, and, now that I have a new German daughter in-law (married to my son MIchael who lives in Kaiserslautern area), maybe I can practice some more.

 

Regards,

 

Smitty

 

Sorry Smitty, saw your article here right now. In Bruchsal you'll find a cabin factory, the European Part Center ans a Merchandising Center for the german, european, middle east and some more markets.

 

We visited Bruchsal and Mannheim some years ago (my son managed the date and so we got free meal in the factorycanteen) and a group of our community will visite in August 2014 - than they'll drive with their tractors from Hamburg to Switzerland.

 

Btw, you know that the european technology and innovations center is in Kaiserslautern?!



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Posted January 03, 2014 - 11:02 PM


 

We visited Bruchsal and Mannheim some years ago (my son managed the date and so we got free meal in the factorycanteen) and a group of our community will visite in August 2014 - than they'll drive with their tractors from Hamburg to Switzerland.

 

Btw, you know that the european technology and innovations center is in Kaiserslautern?!

 That will be a bit of a haul from Hamburg to Switzerland... what is it 500 km or so?  We lived in Karlsuhe, and hand friends down in in Baden Solingen, and also Freiburg... Freiburg was 150km if I remember correctly.

 

I wasn't aware of the European Tech and Innovations center in Kaiserslautern.  I'll tell my son about it.  He's not much into machinery--more of a computers type, but he does belong to a group that does steam punk, so it may pique his interest.

 

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Smitty


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Posted February 13, 2014 - 07:16 AM

Photos of my Gutbrod 2600D now posted at

 

http://gardentractor...-gutbrod-2600d/

 

Now all I need is a source of spares and a 3-point linkage and I'm cooking with gas!



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Posted February 13, 2014 - 07:58 AM

Photos of my Gutbrod 2600D now posted at

 

http://gardentractor...-gutbrod-2600d/

 

Now all I need is a source of spares and a 3-point linkage and I'm cooking with gas!

That's a good looking tractor!







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