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    Need help with part number

    1025r - The cross bar that holds up the mid mount mower drive shaft sheared off on one side.
    Found a parts diagram that shows the exact part I need to replace (#31 Below - circled in red in 2nd pic below)
    However, the listing for that part shows as "lift arm" for $240 which I think is the whole assembly - I just need the part circled in red. Anybody know the correct part number for it?
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    Looks to be part # LVA15683.

    JD parts also shows a substitute part number for the rod. It is # LVA20039.
    Last edited by glc; 09-22-2019 at 03:04 PM.
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    It is very confusing. They show the assy as item #32 but then they have item #32 listed twice in the parts listing with two different part numbers. The original part appears to have been revised. The current P/N is LVA20039 and it does cost $224. You must also order the extra parts shown below. LVU29616 is $30 each and R276819 is $3 each.

    I'd be tempted to have the dealer look-up this part and see what they say it includes.

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    Part Number LVA20039
    Description
    LIFT ARM, MID MOWER, REAR

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    Mid-Mower Rear Draft ORDER LVA20039; ALSO ORDER (4) LVU29616 AND (2) R276819

    Part Number: LVA20039
    Part Price: 223.94 USD
    On Hand: 0 Check Other Stores
    Description: Lift Arm - LIFT ARM, MID MOWER, REAR
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    Thanks for your help guys! With your info was able to find the thread on here about the problems with this part and JD's "updated" setup. So, went ahead and ordered the updated parts for that - ouch $$$.

    For anyone else looking for thread with the info on this part -

    https://www.greentractortalk.com/for...mechanism.html
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    I was taught way back in the 60's when I worked in parts dept when I was employed by JD dealer to always read parts descriptions & footnotes. Notice what's highlighted in yellow
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