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    1025r, found this spring in the woods

    Anybody have an idea where it came from?




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    Idler pulley tensioner spring from your MMM would be my guess.

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    Anybody have an idea where it came from?




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    MMM hasn’t been back there.


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    It looks like it might be a little small for it, but possibly the MMM hydraulic lift cylinder return spring?


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    Check all your Pedals, Levers ect that move that may have used it under the tractor?
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    It really looks like the spring from the MMM rear latch for the auto connect. Heres mine that got snagged one time when i took off the deck.




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    It's the prefect size for the MMM rear latch return spring. It's too small to be the MMM idler or the MMM lift cylinder.

    Unlikely second & third choice are the differential pedal return spring & the seat adjuster lever spring. I looked at my tractor and these 2 springs don't look like what you're showing, but the MMM latch does.
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    It is the latch return spring!


    I was wrong before, apparently I did have the MMM back there like a month ago. I was doing some heavy box blading over the last few days and just assumed it was from that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylew View Post
    It's the prefect size for the MMM rear latch return spring. It's too small to be the MMM idler or the MMM lift cylinder.

    Unlikely second & third choice are the differential pedal return spring & the seat adjuster lever spring. I looked at my tractor and these 2 springs don't look like what you're showing, but the MMM latch does.
    Yes it is for mmm latch lever


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    You got it put back on OK?

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