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    1025R 47 snowblower Drive shaft

    I was wondering if I can use the front drive shaft from my X728 to run a snowblower for a 1025R or if there is a big difference.

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    Adam

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    According to the attachment below........no. Sorry.

    Used John Deere 47" & 54" Snow Blower Buying Guide
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamq View Post
    I was wondering if I can use the front drive shaft from my X728 to run a snowblower for a 1025R or if there is a big difference.

    Thanks

    Adam
    You never know.There may be different part numbers for the implement drives due to the unstop or hydraulic extension hoses being different between the X728 and the 1026. I'd say mount it up and check the driveshaft length, As long as it's not fully compressed (too long) or fully extended you may be A-OK. If the driveshaft is too long you won't be able to engage the lower mounting pins into the blower housing. Move the lift throughout it's entire range and make sure there's no binding.
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