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Well, a few days ago i got the okay to go get my neighbors John Deere 413 brush hog and fix it up so i can either sell it or the one i got and buy this one. It needs some work though. There is a dent in the back from my neighbor backing into a stump, the shaer pin is gone (easy fix) needs to get a new paint job (an extra) needs new decals (after paint) and i need to completely disassemble and reassemble it. I plan to sharpen the mower blades while its all apart but i wont start it until i finish up my new work space in our new shop. I still need to smooth out the gravel and run over it with the plate compactor. Then i can start tearing into it. i cant wait to get started!
 

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I had to replace those support bars that go from the top of the hitch down to the deck on my MX6. I think they were less than $20 each so before you try to pound them out, check the price. That might get everything lined up OK with minimal effort.

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I had to replace those support bars that go from the top of the hitch down to the deck on my MX6. I think they were less than $20 each so before you try to pound them out, check the price. That might get everything lined up OK with minimal effort.

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No im talking about the dent in the deck itself. shown in the first picture.
 

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With some heat and patience, i think you could make that like new again. Post pics as you go.
 
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