Don’t Repair, Renew

June 30, 2009 07:00 PM
Margy Fischer, Farm Journal Machinery Editor
Hey man…ask for Reman. Thanks to remanufactured components, equipment owners have more options when working with their John Deere dealer on repairs.
A joint venture called John Deere Reman evolved in late 2008 to become a wholly owned business segment of the machinery maker.
Located in Springfield, Mo. the company focuses on remanufacturing John Deere engines and fuel systems for distribution within the John Deere dealer network. Between the Springfield facility and another located in Edmonton Canada, this division of John Deere offers remanufactured engines, engine components, fuel injection systems, hydraulics, drive-train components, starters, alternators, electrical components and electronic components.
For example, if the engine on your sprayer needs to be replaced, your options could be a new engine from John Deere, a rebuild at a dealership, or a drop-in remanufactured engine. The remanufactured option would also include a two year, 2,000 hours factory warranty.
"The greatest advantage of a John Deere Reman product is that it can extend the life of equipment using genuine John Deere parts at 60% to 70% of the price of new, and includes a warranty that meets or exceeds a new John Deere warranty,” says Stacy Schroeder, product marketing manager.

Schroeder explains the options that John Deere Reman provides:
Here's a look at the line that remanufactures hydraulic components:

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