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    would a 59" blower fit an x738

    would a 59" blower fit an x738? found one for the money it is on a 855 deere now
    MO2756X190432 is serial number and 59'-42/43/4400
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    As you know, the 59-inch blower is a beast! It was never made to fit an X-series tractor but anything can be made to fit with a bit of fabrication. The big concern is the 59-inch blower weighs 450 lb. compared to the 54-inch which is only 250 lb. That is probably a bit too much weight for the front axle.
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    Damn and this thing is cheap! Guess I’ll keep looking for a 54

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    As you know, the 59-inch blower is a beast! It was never made to fit an X-series tractor but anything can be made to fit with a bit of fabrication. The big concern is the 59-inch blower weighs 450 lb. compared to the 54-inch which is only 250 lb. That is probably a bit too much weight for the front axle.
    I can just see it now 59inch stuck In snow Bank and X738 Just spinning the tires Back and Forth in Place

    cin769 have You checked with this Place John Deere Dealership Roeder Outdoor Power to see if they have a used 47 or 54inch in stock
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