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Old 06-17-2009, 08:01 AM   post #1 of 5
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Hello all, Does anyone know if a rear weight bracket from a 425 will fit a x720.
I think it will, just wanted to make sure.

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Old 06-17-2009, 08:21 AM   post #2 of 5
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Hello all, Does anyone know if a rear weight bracket from a 425 will fit a x720.
I think it will, just wanted to make sure.
ThanksGregM
Hi Greg ,

I believe it will ... I used to own a JD 445 that had the rear weight bracket ,
when I got rid of it , I kept the rear weight bracket and put it on my X595 ...

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Old 06-17-2009, 08:21 AM   post #3 of 5
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IT may fit but. But if you have a 3point for it You will have to remove The Mounting brackets for the 3point Arms But with the click and Go and the weight Bracket that is designed for the X700 series tractors You will use the 3point arm Bracket for the Click& GO weight bracket which is removable with out Tools which you would have to unbolt the one that is designed for the 425. Cost for the Click & Go weight Braket:
Weight Bracket:BM20779 $125.00
Click & GO Brackets BM20714 $100.00
So if you plan on adding of have a 3point it not worth it to use the 425 weight Bracket.
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Thanks guys,
[QUOTEIT may fit but. But if you have a 3point for it You will have to remove The Mounting brackets for the 3point Arms But with the click and Go and the weight Bracket that is designed for the X700 series tractors You will use the 3point arm Bracket for the Click& GO weight bracket which is removable with out Tools which you would have to unbolt the one that is designed for the 425.[/QUOTE]

Good point Sergeant. Do you need a 3point for the Click&Go? I have no plans or need for a 3point. Right now I'm looking for an used snowblower/thrower package. If by fall I haven't found something I want, I'll buy new. If you don't need a 3point for the Click&Go that's what I'll get.


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Old 06-17-2009, 03:52 PM   post #5 of 5
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No You can just get the ClicK& Go brakets by themselfs. Which you would need anyways if you decide to get a power flow 2 or 3 bag Bagger system and they even make a Click&GO Ballest Box. The Click & Go system is a rather handly attachment from Deere over the old weight bracket Design. The click & Go Brackets can stay on the tractor they take about 5minutes to install.
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