Here at Broke Tractor, we offer an extensive range of rebuilt, new and used John Deere parts. We have premier JD parts for John Deere tractors, dozers, excavators, and even wheel loaders. We have parts for John Deere backhoes too! If any of your John Deere equipment is broken, bruised, or needs a replacement part, Broken Tractor is here to help you fix it! Through our extensive network of salvage yards throughout the country, we can find just about any JD tractor part you could ever need! If we don’t have the part you need, someone else will! Just fill out the parts request form, and we will find the John Deere part you need to get back to work.
We are the nation’s premier tractor salvage brand. We take pride in our work rebuilding parts for tractors, excavators, and so much more. Some of these parts are so old that you cannot even find them at a John Deere dealer anymore. It is our mission to help you get back to work while also avoiding industrial waste created by broken and unused equipment and parts. Why throw it away in a landfill when we can refurbish it? There really is no good reason! Let us help you and the environment; come visit our Baton Rouge location to find the tractor parts you need to get back to work!
Aside from the John Deere site, you can buy John Deere parts right here on Broken Tractor. We have a wide selection of new JD parts, as well as used John Deere parts that we have rebuilt and refurbished. Since we’re a premier construction parts dealer, we have John Deere backhoe parts, John Deere tractor parts, and even John Deere gator parts. The best part is if we don’t have the used tractor parts or any other John Deere replacement parts you need, you can use our John Deere parts look up and we will find the part for you! We even have a used John Deere parts catalogue to showcase our salvaged & rebuilt parts and the machine they came from.
Finding the model number on your John Deere parts is as easy as finding the identification tag on your machine.The part number will be displayed below the model heading on the part. Located in the top right corner of the tag is the serial number. You need to know the part number if you need a John Deere replacement part. Once you provide the number to the John Deere dealer, they can easily find the part you need for your John Deere tractor, mower, dozer, or backhoe. Additionally, if you’re looking for JD parts online, entering those numbers will make your search much easier, even if you’re looking for a John Deere 750 part or a part for any other John Deere model. If you are in need of John Deere tractor parts near Baton Rouge, look no further than Broken Tractor.
Yes, John Deere is an American-owned company. According John Deere's company history, John Deere invented his first machine, the first commercially successful, self-scouring steel plow, it was 1837, and he was located in Grand Detour, Illinois. In 1848, Deere moved his tractor and agricultural operation to Moline, Illinois where it has remained ever since.
Although John Deere tractor parts are manufactured in many countries around the world, most are manufactured right here in the United States. There are 4 places that take on the large John Deere manufacturing plants; they are Augusta, Georgia; Waterloo, Iowa; Horicon, Wisconsin and Greeneville, Tennessee. John Deere Compact Utility Tractors and Utility Tractors are made in Georgia, John Deere Agricultural Tractors are made in Iowa, and John Deere Lawn & Garden tractors are produced in both Tennessee and Wisconsin.