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#5 mower wooden grass board value

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12-12-2002 18:39:00

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I have a #5h and a #5. I plan to replace the knife, make 1 out of 2 and have parts for later. The "h" has no grass board and the other has a metal one. Can anybody date them for me and tell me how to know if a wooden board would attach or not. It looks as though it would not because of the hole patterns. The parts list I have is incomplete and shows only a wooden board.

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Dave in Ohio

12-14-2002 05:09:05

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 Re: #5 mower wooden grass board value in reply to Eric, 12-12-2002 18:39:00  
The #5 mower came with a wooden grass board. Your John Deere dealer will sell you a replacement which is now metal for $55.00

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ron in MN

12-13-2002 15:16:36

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 Re: #5 mower wooden grass board value in reply to Eric, 12-12-2002 18:39:00  
Eric, I have two #5 mowers and as Dan said I haven't heard of a 5H. Could you explain that one for us? My parts book is complete and only shows a wood grass board and makes no mention of a metal grass board. Dan is probably right in that a metal board is either homemade or a none-Deere product.

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12-13-2002 19:37:00

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 Re: Re: #5 mower wooden grass board value in reply to ron in MN, 12-13-2002 15:16:36  
Hey guys, thanx for the responses. I guess I assumed that a #5 w/ a hydraulic lift would be a #5h. Sorry for any confusion. I admit my special "greeness" (not to be confused with JD Green). Now a novice, not always to be though.

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12-12-2002 20:50:36

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 Re: #5 mower wooden grass board value in reply to Eric, 12-12-2002 18:39:00  
I am not sure what the #5 H is. Is that one with hydraulic lift? I have and have had severl #5 mowers, I didn't think there was any difference in the way the grass board bolts on. On both my #5 and #8 it has one hole and bolts to the outer shoe. There is a heavy spring on the bolt to keep it from flopping around but allow it to move some. I had a regular all wood grass board on it to start with. Had a metal piece to keep the bottom from wearing and a metal piece where bolt went through to attach to mower. Still have it but have reinforces it some as I use the mower and over time the old one gave out. I have seen them with metal grass boards but not really sure the metal ones were made by deere.

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