John Deere has launched its first ever printed parts catalogue
John Deere has launched its first ever printed parts, service, equipment and supplies catalogue, which can be mailed for free by participating dealers.
Everything from alternators and auger fingers to wheels and work lights can be found in the catalogue, the company says.
Just published for spring 2016, the 96-page catalogue features around 1000 items covering the full range of John Deere agricultural parts, attachments and accessories, grouped by product.
Included in the catalogue are fast-moving and wearing parts for tractors and engines, combines, self-propelled foragers, sprayers, drills, balers and Gator utility vehicles, as well as FarmSight precision farming kits.
Batteries, paints, chemicals, lubricants, camera systems, radios and other accessories for the farm workshop are also available in the catalogue.
John Deere Limited Aftermarket Sales Manager James Morley said that genuine John Deere parts are the first choice to maximise both your machine’s performance and the operator’s productivity.
This new catalogue is designed to make customers more aware of the comprehensive range and value of parts available from their local dealer.
The new 2016 parts catalogue complements the established JDParts website, which allows customers to register online with their local dealer, identify the parts required and check stock availability before ordering.