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Re: JD MX10 mower

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JD Seller

09-28-2013 17:36:47

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Why are you needing them??? They usually are only used when changing a 2 point hitch to 3 point mount or if your tires need more clearance.

They are part number #25 AW30634 list price is $170.89 each.

They can be bought through whole good in a kit that is #34 BW 14552 cost $115.50. It only shows one needed so I am not sure it you need two kits or just one. The kit includes the pins. If the kit has both sides you can not make them any cheaper than that. Even if you need two they are not real simple to make like the factory ones. You could make a different bracket easier and MAYBE cheaper.

I would check and see if the BW14552 is for both sides. If it is then you can't fool with it for the cost and convenience. You dealer can break the bundle number BW14552 down and see if it includes both sides.

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10-01-2013 04:38:22

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 Re: JD MX10 mower in reply to JD Seller, 09-28-2013 17:36:47  
I just got a reply, the kit does contain both extensions and hardware. For $109 I can't fool around making them.. Thanks!

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09-29-2013 06:04:23

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 Re: JD MX10 mower in reply to JD Seller, 09-28-2013 17:36:47  
Thanks for the info! After seeing what they look like I agree probably just as easy to spend the money and buy them. I have tire clearance issues so I'm running without the front gaurds to keep from binding.

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Tx Jim

09-29-2013 06:23:30

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 Re: JD MX10 mower in reply to Sako, 09-29-2013 06:04:23  
Have considered some Pat's quick hitch adapters instead of the JD extensions?

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09-29-2013 14:16:34

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 Re: JD MX10 mower in reply to Tx Jim, 09-29-2013 06:23:30  
That's an idea, but I'm using an Oliver so with the latching hitch balls connection usually isn't too bad (unless the latch falls shut...)

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