The foot treads came from Hapco and fit very well.
I've got to take the fender pan off again.
I thought I had the creep fixed but no.......
About at my wits end trying to solve this problem.
I've replaced most all the linkage, etc. and cannot get it to hold neutral. (yes, I have the shop manual)
I've noticed that if I do get it to sit still and, for example, raise the deck it will start to creep in reverse.
Reckon what's up with that?
Dan they look very nice looks like the next one was a Deere factory tractor black frame.I got one out of Davenport works 15 years ago that had a black frame.I repainted it and kept the black frame and it looked sharp wish I still had it.
Anybody ever put a 54 inch mower deck from a LX288 on a LX277? Wheelbases and tire sizes are the same. See any reason why it won't go on? 42 and 48 inch were originally sold with the LX277, but I'd like bigger. Specs indicate only 1 hp difference.
I've now put a 54" deck off a 345 under my LX277. All works OK except the "draft link", big up-front U-bolt assembly, is narrower on the LX Series than on a 345. Anybody have a part or bundle number for that LX tractor series draft link? I can't seem to find it anyplace on the JD parts site. Know what the JD shop sells it for?
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