I just took delivery of a new 2520 with the 62D drive over deck on Friday. Mowed my lawn this weekend and removed the deck to play with the loader to find that there were NO brackets/pins to attach my 3-point arms to. Before I made my purchase, I'd watched the JD marketing video on the 2xxx series machines (http://www.deere.com/media/player/player_en_us.html?src=s/flash/deerecompany/cce/residential/cuts/2000twentycuts_h.flv&lowsrc=s/flash/deerecompany/cce/residential/cuts/2000twentycuts_m.flv&autostart=true&r=-1). If you scroll to the 7:30 mark in the video, it talks about the Stow and Go feature of the drive over MMMs. I chose the deck for 2 reasons: The ability to drive over and the ability to pick it up with my 3-point arms. To my dismay, I've only got one of the two features that sold me on this implement. The DoM on my deck is Jan 2011 so it's pretty fresh from the line. Any pictures that I've seen of these decks with the brackets appear to be welded, not bolted on. Does anyone know what Deere did? I've got my dealer looking into it, but I'm too impatient to wait for a response. Do they have bolt-on brackets now that it appears they stopped coming standard with them welded on?