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    Made my own

    It may not look like mother deere’s, but it will work.. Just over 60 pounds.
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    Looks nice. What is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Looks nice. What is it?
    Agree,,

    My guess a weight. maybe a PAPER Weight

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    I believe that's a copy of a front weight for older JD garden tractors, normally made of cast iron.

    They look like this...
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    That correct.

    It’s my copy of a front weight. Looked for reasonable priced one. Could not find. So made my own.
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    If you look at the middle tractor, the 112L, in the pictures below, you will see the rear weights used on the lawn tractors, i.e. 108, 111, 112L, 116, etc. that were made from 1979 to 1985. I think they also fit the 130, 160, 165, 170, etc tractors that succeeded the 108-116 line. These weights, there are two of them on my 112L in the picture, weight about 42 lbs each and have the same hole pattern as the front weights you just made. I have two now that my nephew is using. If you can find those, they're probably be cheaper than the actual front weights.
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    Am I the only on that sees the face in MDrew's pic
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