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You'll find both ways to write this name. Wagner is a profession, formerly this people build waggons.Wagener must be related to Wagner, my last name. I know my family came to America in the 1710's: I guess we still have cousins in Germany!
Now I have to take particular offense at any denegration of John Deere for using plastic in their tractor production. It is a well known fact that John Deere's "Xenoy" and "NORYL" plastics are "strong and reduce noise" and it is well known that JD wants it's owners to have the very best tractor owning experience that can possibly be. In fact, like most manufacturers in today's market, JD goes to great length to see that it uses plastics in as many places on it's tractors as it possibly can! Once again assuring the owner of a high value in a very competitive market. I defy anyone to compare JD's plastics to any other tractor brand and find their plastic deficient or used in fewer places than any other comparable brand offered.Wont be much left