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Hi all,

I need to source a replacement for what I would call a draft link mounting pin for my 1025R. I've been unsuccessful in finding the part number much less a reference to it in any JD diagram. I've put a screen shot below of the hitch section from the catalog and indicated in red the location of the pin. This piece of hardware is threaded in the middle, has a collar which locates it horizontally to the frame, and holes at each end which are in turn pinned to secure it to the turnbuckle assemblies. Does anyone have a proper name or part number for this piece of hardware?

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John Deere Parts Catalog

Try this link. The pin looks like it could be part of the rops diagram. Could it be # 7 on the parts list?

Or # 5 on this one if you have a backhoe: John Deere Parts Catalog
Yes, #7 is exactly what I'm looking for. I expected it to be on the hitches or frames page, not the ROPS! Thank you and great find. With that I can now call my dealer in the AM and/or find someone online with stock.

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Thanks GFP had them in stock (but I'm not sure why it cost $12.21 to ship a bolt).
We deal with this all the time...UPS doesn't so much care how big or heavy a box is (within reason of course), it's all about how far off the regular routes you are. You can always call and see if they can ship USPS 1st class if it's under one pound.
 

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We deal with this all the time...UPS doesn't so much care how big or heavy a box is (within reason of course), it's all about how far off the regular routes you are. You can always call and see if they can ship USPS 1st class if it's under one pound.
Based on the number of boxes my lovely bride gets, UPS should probably be paying us to.come to our house. We probably justify a whole new route for them.

On a side note I received the part and its longer by about 1/2" OAL but more critical is the shank between the flange and threads is nearly an inch longer (see photo). Despite only having one part number of the diagram, I suspect that they sent the part for the excavator option. Ill call tomorrow to try and sort it out.

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Thanks GFP had them in stock (but I'm not sure why it cost $12.21 to ship a bolt).
I work up my orders both on GFP and GPS, and sometimes on Amazon and ebay, if the parts are listed there as well. Then I finish off and place the order based on least expensive total, but also factor in how much of a hurry I am in .

My experience is that my GFP orders typically arrive a day or more sooner than my GPS orders. GFP uses UPS ground for their orders to me, and my GPS orders with the TTWT code gets me UPS SurePost shipping, where the good ol' US post office does the final part of the delivery.
 
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