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John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing

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farmerscotty

06-07-2014 20:19:34
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I am clipping pasture with a #39 sickle mower, broke the pitman rod, no big deal, got to looking and the pitman bushing that goes on the flywheel is worn out......where do you find these to press back in ???




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Tom OConor

06-08-2014 15:15:42
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscotty, 06-07-2014 20:19:34  

Let's try again



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tomstractorsandtoys

06-08-2014 16:27:53
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to Tom OConor, 06-08-2014 15:15:42  
Nice mower.Have you ever pulled a conditioner with it? I have one like yours and a 10 side mount for my 2510.



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Tx Jim

06-08-2014 15:27:23
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to Tom OConor, 06-08-2014 15:15:42  

Tom OConor said: (quoted from post at 18:15:42 06/08/14) Let's try again


Sure looks like the numbers 38 on your mower plus 39 is a 3 pt model with no tailwheel


This post was edited by Tx Jim at 15:30:11 06/08/14.

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Tom Oconnor

06-08-2014 18:14:56
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to Tx Jim, 06-08-2014 15:27:23  
You are absolutely right Jim. I just got this mower and as soon as I posted the picture of it I could see the decal and noticed my mistake. It is a 38 and not a 39. I have a Model 22 crimper that goes behind it and just too many numbers for a old man to remember. I apologize.



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Tom OConnor

06-08-2014 15:13:40
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscotty, 06-07-2014 20:19:34  
Here is a picture of a #39 Mower that you can compare it to.



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farmerscotty

06-08-2014 08:46:41
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscotty, 06-07-2014 20:19:34  
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-JOHN-DEERE-No-5-sickle-MOWER-PITMAN-WITH-NEW-BUSHING-/230794628663?pt=BI_Heavy_Equipment_Parts&hash=item35bc6e8e37

this is what I have



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Tx Jim

06-08-2014 08:58:32
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscotty, 06-08-2014 08:46:41  

farmerscotty said: (quoted from post at 11:46:41 06/08/14) http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-JOHN-DEERE-No-5-sickle-MOWER-PITMAN-WITH-NEW-BUSHING-/230794628663?pt=BI_Heavy_Equipment_Parts&hash=item35bc6e8e37

this is what I have
Untitled URL Link



That pitman fits a #5 and not any other model that I'm aware of.

bushing is Z868H Bushing ADD 35.16 USD



Does your mower resemble this photo?


This post was edited by Tx Jim at 09:07:10 06/08/14 2 times.

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farmerscotty

06-08-2014 10:21:59
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to Tx Jim, 06-08-2014 08:58:32  
Yes I believe it is a #5 mower.......where can I buy that bushing?



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Tx Jim

06-08-2014 10:25:52
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscotty, 06-08-2014 10:21:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

JD dealership Z868H Bushing ADD 35.16 USD



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farmerscotty

06-08-2014 06:57:28
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscotty, 06-07-2014 20:19:34  
mine is I guess like a #5 mower with the bushing end and not the bearing end?

don't have bearings or that setup
thanks



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Tx Jim

06-08-2014 08:44:30
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscotty, 06-08-2014 06:57:28  
Are sure you have a model 39 as the pitman I posted the photo of was the only one listed in 39 PC?? Here's the parts schematics for the next older model mower.


The part Z9970H is no longer available. Contact your local John Deere dealer for other options.


But the bushing is available at the Parts Dept but you need to go through a participating dealer.


This post was edited by Tx Jim at 08:56:42 06/08/14 2 times.

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farmerscott

06-08-2014 08:53:15
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to Tx Jim, 06-08-2014 08:44:30  
it maybe just a #9 with a wheel.....cannot find serial number tag, 2pt with cylinder for crazy wheel.......7ft.....I have a #9 3pt. so I maybe wrong as I am sometimes......



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Bob

06-08-2014 10:46:40
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscott, 06-08-2014 08:53:15  
If it's a "a #9 with a wheel", it's a # 8.

I believe Jim posted a parts breakdown for an EARLY #8.

Below is the link to the complete parts catalog... see if that is the mower you have.



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Tx Jim

06-08-2014 04:09:16
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 Re: John Deere #39 sickle mower pitman rod bushing in reply to farmerscotty, 06-07-2014 20:19:34  
I see tapered roller brgs & races in parts schematics but no bushings.
JD8226 Bearing Cup - CUP-BEARING ADD 2.10 USD

JD8188 Bearing Cone - CONE-BEARING ADD 4.52 USD


This post was edited by Tx Jim at 04:14:32 06/08/14.



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