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The Task – Design a tough, application-specific mower belt and test it on the machine it's actually used on.
The Result – Less time and money spent replacing belts, and more uptime for your operation.
A tough, long-lasting belt for a tough, long-lasting job
Field-tested, tried and true
American-made using U.S. steel alloy, each John Deere mower blade is manufactured for superiority, engineered for excellence, and designed to stay sharper, longer.
A smart investment
The edge of our blades are rolled to reduce the risk of burrs and sharp corners, which ultimately reduces the need for blade replacements and helps keep your operating costs down. Plus, edge-rolling produces a sharper cutting surface from the start, so you'll get a high-quality cut every time.
Less sharpenings, more savings
This same edge-roll design allows even distribution of stress over the blade surface, producing a blade that retains its sharpness, which reduces the need for sharpenings and saves you time and money.
A proprietary heat treatment that provides ideal carbon levels also helps extend the life of our blades. The right amount of carbon matters in producing a blade with excellent wear resistance and fatigue - too much means a weaker blade, too little and the blade wears out quickly, resulting in more blade replacements for you.
An intelligent design
It only makes sense that John Deere rotary mower blades fit perfectly on your John Deere equipment. We accomplish this by designing each blade to the exact specifications of the individual mower deck. This helps achieve the best possible performance and supreme cut quality.
Plus, each and every mounting hole in John Deere blades is top stamped, allowing the blade to fit tightly against the spindle. This perfect fit reduces knocking, extends the life of other mower parts, and eliminates uncut strips of grass for a cleaner appearance.
Protect your equipment with the filter built specifically for it.
Dissect your John Deere oil filter and you'll find components designed specifically for what John Deere machines are made to do:
Oil pressure relief valve – Calibrated to work with your engine's oil pressure, this valve automatically opens if the oil filter is restricted, allowing oil to bypass the element and preventing engine damage.
Anti-drainback valve – Designed using a specially formulated material* that can withstand your engine's oil temperature, this valve safeguards oil from draining back from the filter at shutdown and prevents dry starts that can damage your engine.
High-capacity element – Built to withstand the dusty and dirty conditions that our engines typically encounter, our filters boast a large filtration surface area to provide clean oil to your engine. Multiple pleats in the filter media create a large filtration surface, producing better overall performance, and the steel center tube provides internal strength to prevent media from collapsing, providing further protection.
Metal end caps – Compared to cardboard caps found in other filters, these metal caps are glued to the media to create a leak-free seal between the element and end cap, and prevent dirty oil from circulating throughout your engine.
Powder-coated shell – This incredibly hard surface provides maximum protection of interior components, proving it difficult to get anything past this filter.