How to Date the Manufacturing of a John Deere 110


The John Deere 110 (not to be confused with the more recent 110 TLB) is a type of machine called a utility tractor backhoe. It is a piece of equipment commonly used for hauling, mowing lawns and even snow blowing depending on the attachments. If you're trying to date the manufacturing of a John Deere 110, you can do so in a very specific way that involves using a unique number present on your machine.

  • Locate the exact serial number on your John Deere 110. This serial number will be printed on the engine block, on an identification plate near the driver's seat and in your original manual. Look for the exact serial number and write it down on a piece of paper.

  • Open your Web browser and visit the "Tractor Part" page for John Deere serial numbers.

  • Find the starting digits of your John Deere 110 serial number in the page on screen. Once located, look for the year written next to the serial number.

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