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01-18-07, 05:56 PM   #1  
JD online repair manual

Dose anyone know where I might find a repair manual for a John Deere LT155, online?

 
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01-19-07, 05:37 AM   #2  
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If you are looking to buy a manual Ebay or Amazon would be places to look.
For parts and IPL's you can find the drawings here http://jdpc.deere.com/jdpc/servlet/com.deere.u90490.partscatalog.view.servlets.HomePageServlet_Alt

 
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01-19-07, 06:35 AM   #3  
Deere manuals

You can get these from JD Publications at 1-800-522-7448 or from Technical Publications or from your dealer. Be sure to have your serial number so that you get the proper manual. Many of the ones on Ebay and elsewhere are illegal copies violating copyrights, if that matters to you, it's your call on what you want to do with that.

 
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01-19-07, 07:42 AM   #4  
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Posted By: bontai Joe Many of the ones on Ebay and elsewhere are illegal copies violating copyrights, if that matters to you, it's your call on what you want to do with that.
I think to say "Many" would be a bit unfair. Despite the fact that neither site would Knowingly allow such.
Hard copies of manuals I have purchased and looked at are either used, reprints (with copyright permission) and over stock.
To obtain a service manual from a deere dealer may require a mortgage

 
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01-20-07, 03:53 AM   #5  
AMEN...Azis!

If it's Green and Yellow and you need a part, the kids will have to go without shoes, the wife can only eat one time a day for a month and the poor old hunting dogs get to eat every other day! Shouldn't affect the men folk negatively in any way unless, of course, it's a big part? Just kidding...but not much!

 
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01-21-07, 06:02 PM   #6  
I know of no one other than a Deere dealer. Or, as Az pointed out, EBay, or similar and hope you get the correct one for your particular model. I'd go the dealer route.

 
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