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    Power Flow Bagger

    Does anyone happen to know if my x728's power flow bagger will work on my 2305? I plan on selling the x728 and don't know whether I should keep the bagger or not. Thanks
    2010 JD 2305
    -200CX Loader
    -54" snow blade
    -King Cutter 60" landscape rake
    -62C MMM

    2009 JD LA105 Tractor
    -6.5 Bushel Bagger

    2010 JD 1028E Snow blower

    Huskee 28 Ton Log Splitter
    Agri-Fab 12 cu. ft. dump cart
    Agri-Fab 40" Spike Aerator
    York Rake TA14B
    Husqvarna 455 Rancher

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    I noticed by your signature, you have the 7 bushel on the X? At minimum, the mounting hardware will be wrong for the 2305.
    If your X has the click-n-go mount, it will definitely not work with the drawbar mount. To convert it, even if you can, would not be worth it financially.

    Standard issue for the 2305 is the 14 Bushel Hopper with the drawbar mount. You get alot more capacity with that hopper and better mounting options.
    2007 JD 2520

    62d Deck, 14 Bushel Material Collection System, I-Match Quickhitch, Independant Lift, 200cx Loader, 47" Front-Mount Snow Blower, 14k KW 3-point Genetaror, 60 Gallon 3-point Sprayer, 655 3-point tiller, 60" 3-point Blade

    See how to connect your JD Material Collection System directly to the I-Match!!! Check this out! http://www.jamisonbryce.com/

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    Thanks Randy. do you happen to know if the power flow unit is universal - would it be cheaper to keep the unit and just buy the frame and bags? If not, I'll just sell it with the x728. Thanks.
    2010 JD 2305
    -200CX Loader
    -54" snow blade
    -King Cutter 60" landscape rake
    -62C MMM

    2009 JD LA105 Tractor
    -6.5 Bushel Bagger

    2010 JD 1028E Snow blower

    Huskee 28 Ton Log Splitter
    Agri-Fab 12 cu. ft. dump cart
    Agri-Fab 40" Spike Aerator
    York Rake TA14B
    Husqvarna 455 Rancher

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    You are most welcome for the info!

    The powerflow may be the same, but a couple issues exist with transferring decks. First, the boot of the powerflow is cut to the specific deck, so it may not fit very well. Second, your chute is going to be way too short going from the X to the 2. It would require a new chute and possible a new z bracket to mount the powerflow.

    Definitely price it out both ways, but I would recommend selling the 7 bushel bagger and powerflow with the X and just upgrade to the 14 bushel on the 2305. You are getting a way bigger bagger for your larger tractor.

    A GTT member had a never used MCS for sale a while back. May be worth looking into. http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...ow-bagger.html

    Hope I did that linkback right.

    If not, just search GTT for 14 Bushel MCS and it will come up.
    2007 JD 2520

    62d Deck, 14 Bushel Material Collection System, I-Match Quickhitch, Independant Lift, 200cx Loader, 47" Front-Mount Snow Blower, 14k KW 3-point Genetaror, 60 Gallon 3-point Sprayer, 655 3-point tiller, 60" 3-point Blade

    See how to connect your JD Material Collection System directly to the I-Match!!! Check this out! http://www.jamisonbryce.com/

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