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New! You asked, we answered! Here’s a complete list of our currently available John Deere lawn and garden tractors.
By John Deere Lawn & Garden Tractor Model:
General John Deere Lawn & Garden Tractor Articles:
- John Deere Lawn Tractors: Should You Choose Gas or Diesel?
- John Deere 318 – Your Top 5 Troubleshooting Questions
- John Deere 316 & 318 Parts & Maintenance
- John Deere Lawn Tractor Owner’s Manuals and References
You’ve decided to invest in one of our John Deere’s. And now you’re wondering about shipping so you can bring your lawn tractor back home. Most of our buyers are not local to the Western New York area, which leaves two basic options since Green Ridge Restorations does...read more
Why should I invest in a diesel garden tractor versus a gas-powered mower? What benefits does a diesel lawn tractor have that a gasoline one doesn’t? Can a really expect greater longevity/reliability with a diesel tractor? We hear questions like these often. My...read more
Below are the five most common questions we're asked regarding John Deere 318 troubleshooting. As well as the 318, the answers to each of these questions should also apply to the following lawn and garden tractor models: John Deere 316 John Deere 322 John Deere 330...read more
✪To see if we have a John Deere 425, 445 or 455 available, click here. From 1993-2001, the John Deere 425, 445 and 455 Took Over as Kings of the Turf The John Deere 420 (released in 1983), 430 (introduced 1984) and now infamous Deere 318 ruled the turf until the next...read more
✪Looking for a John Deere 318 for sale? Click here to see our latest offering. If you ask a group of John Deere enthusiasts what their favorite lawn and garden tractor model is, the 318 is likely to rank at the top of the list. Manufactured from 1983-1992, this...read more
✪Want to see our John Deere garden tractors currently available for sale? Click here. When you own a John Deere, you mow because you want to. Not because you have to. Over the years, I’ve enjoyed many a friendly conversation with customers. Most don’t simply arrive...read more
What sets the John Deere 318 apart from the 316 lawn and garden tractor? Which models were diesel? Gas-powered? We hear these questions frequently, so here's an easy comparison chart for you to reference. If you want to learn more about any John Deere...read more
✪To see our newest John Deere 430 for sale, click here. At 1,170 pounds and boasting a 20HP 3-cylinder Yanmar diesel engine, the John Deere 430 ruled many a lawn. Manufactured at the Horicon, WI John Deere factory from 1984-1992, the 430 was part of the 400 Series of...read more
One of the most common questions we're asked is about owner's manuals and routine maintenance for classic John Deere lawn and garden tractor models. We've put together this post as a resource that we'll be adding to as we come across additional information...read more
With summer in full swing, what a perfect time to talk all about…grass. On golf courses and in parks, outside office buildings and college campuses, dotting suburbia and glistening with morning dew along a rolling countryside hill…growing wildly or neatly clipped…the...read more
✪If you're looking for a John Deere 316 for sale, click here to see our latest offering. In a previous post, we covered perhaps one of the most popular vintage John Deere lawn tractor models – the 318. Here, we’ll go over the John Deere 316, sometimes referred to as...read more
✪If you're looking for a John Deere 332 for sale, click here to see our latest offering. If the 316 was the “little brother” to the 318, the 332 can be considered its half brother. Think of it as the diesel version of the gas-powered 318. With a 16HP Yanmar...read more