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Not sure if this should be under modifications or implements but my colleague gave me (aka free) a John Deere power flow bagger last year and I am just now getting around to attempting to install it. I got the deck blower mounted but I am going to have to buy a longer belt for it. The blower mounted with minimal changes just really drilling 3 holes and adding some spacer washers. The rear mount is going to be a little more challenging and time consuming. Right now I got it going through the sleeve hitch which is how it normally mounts but now I got to figure out a bracket to hold it in place better. I was thinking two metal plates that sandwich the axles. I am using a tie down right now to hold it in place. Any thoughts other than what I already have. Here is a link to the JD mounting setup. http://manuals.deere.com/cceomview/OMM145411_L0/Output/OMM145411_L06.html#43420 Pardon the messy shed.
One, 37" Twin Bagger, Part Number 37-07BL01, New Old Stock, Fits Models 208-4, 211-3, 211-4, 211-5, and 212-6 tractors with 37" mower deck 05-37SL or 35-37SL , asking $250 plus any shipping cost. Email any questions to email@example.com. Thank you. Mower Rotary 37in Bagger 1988 37-07BL01 TIPL.pdf
I have a 1996 Toro Wheelhorse 520 Hydro that I need to let go. I got it when we went from a small lot to 3 acres, but I didn't know what it was beyond a big mower. Now that I understand I would prefer to sell it to an enthusiast who will appreciate it, and hopefully restore it. It has run like a champ for 5 years, but now there is something wrong in the electrical and the repair quotes are more than I want to spend. It still runs, but it goes dead at random times which would seem to indicate a loose connection somewhere. It has a 50" triple blade deck and a bagger that I have never used. I do not have a trailer that can carry it, so I'm not sure how this gets anywhere. I have 0 experience shipping something like this.