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Hello and thanks for the add. I live in Illinois and have a place in Tennessee to eventually retire to. The golf cart wasn't cutting it on the 92 acres there so I bought a used 4X6 gas, liquid cooled. (#W006X4X067488) which i would guess is a 1988/89 model. It needs very little cosmetic work (which I will get to eventually) but it has been well maintained and serviced by its previous owner. Looking forward to using it for many tasks on the property and for any and all advice from forum members as I work on it and have questions. Thanks for an informative place to share ideas and information! Tnkrampus
 

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Hello and thanks for the add. I live in Illinois and have a place in Tennessee to eventually retire to. The golf cart wasn't cutting it on the 92 acres there so I bought a used 4X6 gas, liquid cooled. (#W006X4X067488) which i would guess is a 1988/89 model. It needs very little cosmetic work (which I will get to eventually) but it has been well maintained and serviced by its previous owner. Looking forward to using it for many tasks on the property and for any and all advice from forum members as I work on it and have questions. Thanks for an informative place to share ideas and information! Tnkrampus
Welcome Tnkrampus,

Feel free to post often, photos are always appreciated !

As a FYI, when sourcing parts Deere does not reference the DOM or Date of Manufacture, they use the PIN or Product Identification Number.

If you are curious as to the DOM of your Gator, go to the first thread at the top of the General Discussion area titled (Model Year Lookup Table) look for your PIN. If your PIN is not there see your dealership.

Depending on the model, the PIN can be found on a placard in front of right rear tire on the frame OR stamped on the frame under the passenger seat and sometimes on a label near the rear hitch.

There are several online Deere part warehouses such as Green Farm Parts use code GTT for discount and Green Part Store use code TTWT for free shipping. These online companies can often provide better pricing than local dealerships.

Operator and Technical Manuals can be found at the link below:

Manuals

Parts Catalog and Part Diagrams can be found at the link below:

Parts Catalog and Part Diagrams

Additionally please use the robust “Search Community” function on the forum, there is a great deal of information available through this function.

As a reminder, this forum is only as good as it’s members; if you should seek advise from others and you find a solution to your issue, please remember to post a response with a resolution. This will help others with similar issues in the future.

Thank you, Enjoy your Gator !
 

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Welcome Tnkrampus,

Feel free to post often, photos are always appreciated !

As a FYI, when sourcing parts Deere does not reference the DOM or Date of Manufacture, they use the PIN or Product Identification Number.

If you are curious as to the DOM of your Gator, go to the first thread at the top of the General Discussion area titled (Model Year Lookup Table) look for your PIN. If your PIN is not there see your dealership.

Depending on the model, the PIN can be found on a placard in front of right rear tire on the frame OR stamped on the frame under the passenger seat and sometimes on a label near the rear hitch.

There are several online Deere part warehouses such as Green Farm Parts use code GTT for discount and Green Part Store use code TTWT for free shipping. These online companies can often provide better pricing than local dealerships.

Operator and Technical Manuals can be found at the link below:

Manuals

Parts Catalog and Part Diagrams can be found at the link below:

Parts Catalog and Part Diagrams

Additionally please use the robust “Search Community” function on the forum, there is a great deal of information available through this function.

As a reminder, this forum is only as good as it’s members; if you should seek advise from others and you find a solution to your issue, please remember to post a response with a resolution. This will help others with similar issues in the future.

Thank you, Enjoy your Gator !
Many thanks for the warm welcome! Using the table for model identification on the forum, I believe I have a 2002 model. I thought it was older so that's great! I have some questions as I work towards doing some repairs and upgrades so I will be sure to post in the proper sections and reply when I get a fix. Thanks again!
 
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