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I'm looking at a unit that the seller says is a power flow for a 48in deck in the 4x5 series. How can i be sure? I have the JD number. Where can i check it. The unit is 1000 miles away so any information would help me greatly.
Here's the number off the unit.
MOOPFCG017275
 

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I'm looking at a unit that the seller says is a power flow for a 48in deck in the 4x5 series. How can i be sure? I have the JD number. Where can i check it. The unit is 1000 miles away so any information would help me greatly.
Here's the number off the unit.
MOOPFCG017275
Mark: I don't know the answer to your question. You probably already know this, but I just want to make sure you know that a good bit of hardware is supposed to come with a powerflow including the extra pulley for the deck and a several other pieces that seem to have a habit of staying on the deck. For example, I bought a 455 with 60 deck that the powerflow had already been sold from but all the other parts were still on the deck. I sold them for $56 and I am sure the new price would have been a good bit more. Attaching a picture of the extra pieces from my 60 deck.
 

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Thanks Bob
I'm aware of the misc parts that are needed to attach PF to deck. There are also some parts needed to attach bagger arm to drawbar ....... correct?
 

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And to that last question I don't know the answer. Never actually had a powerflo just the deck parts! I use a 1984 much modified 1984 vintage PECO trailer vacuum.
 
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