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    snowblower chute deflector bracket 1025R

    where an a person find the bracket that attaches to the tractor for the manual cable on the chute deflector, I have been to all of the jd dealers in the area and all they come up with is for the x series and the 2 series. Mine is a 1025r

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtmg View Post
    where an a person find the bracket that attaches to the tractor for the manual cable on the chute deflector, I have been to all of the jd dealers in the area and all they come up with is for the x series and the 2 series. Mine is a 1025r
    Do you know what the bracket looks like? As with most things JD, there is a lot of confusion on the remote spout control kits. I found two kits with the same part number yet the included bracket is different.

    Below are three variants of the kit... do you know if one of these is the bracket style used on the 1-series?

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    EDIT - I found a picture of the 1-series mounting bracket (below) but I cannot find it in any parts listing.

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    jeepers-why in the world would there be 2 different kits for the 1 series u think maybe for a 47 inch and then for the 54 inch snow blower-but heck that don't seem to make any sense either.

    maybe someone will see the post and come forward that already has one on there 1 series to explain it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    jeepers-why in the world would there be 2 different kits for the 1 series u think maybe for a 47 inch and then for the 54 inch snow blower-but heck that don't seem to make any sense either.

    maybe someone will see the post and come forward that already has one on there 1 series to explain it.
    The 47-inch and 54-inch blower use the exact same chute deflector kit. Actually, the problem is that NONE of the kits shown in JD Parts is for the 1-series. They are listed as for everything BUT the 1-series. If there was a 1-series kit shown I'm sure it would list the correct bracket. Also makes no sense why all the other kits are $149 and the 1-series kit is $203. From everything I can find the 1-series kit is LVB26213. Lots of places sell the complete kit but JD Parts doesn't list it in any of the parts lists I've been able to find... which, is the original problem stated by the OP.
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    See if this search link works: http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...hute%20bracket

    This has been discussed a few times before but like JG said there is no real part number that anybody can identify.
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    The 1025r bracket is fairly long which is probably the reason Deere feels the need to charge a premium.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pilot-five View Post
    The 1025r bracket is fairly long which is probably the reason Deere feels the need to charge a premium.
    Here is my advice for the OP. Either simply purchase a new remote deflector kit or make a bracket that attaches to the loader mount like others have done.

    I have a feeling the price of that long 1-series bracket is going to cause you to rethink the plan. Look at it this way, JD wants $92!! for the short bent piece of metal shown below.

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    If this little bracket is $92 then the 1-series bracket it likely to cost 70% the price of the entire kit. Even more if you need additional hardware other than the bracket itself. If you can weld or bend a piece of flat stock it is somewhat easy to fab up something that attaches to the loader mount, which in my opinion is a less invasive way to do it anyway.
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    You could also consider using an actuator instead of the manual chute if the price is going to make the kit total too high.
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    Now I remember! The bracket part number is LVU25350. It is mis-categorized under the mower deck! I had forgotten about that and it drove me crazy so I dug it up again.

    85 - Mower Deck - 193 - Remote Spout Bracket

    It is $103.58 at GFP

    https://www.greenfarmparts.com/product-p/lvu25350.htm

    Just FYI, I searched the 1025R/1023E/1026R bracket kit LVB26213 under "where used search".
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