Looking good, ill assume yo will come up 29 to 80 and head east?
I usually buzz over to 39 on 17 then head north, but it's about a wash.Looking good, ill assume yo will come up 29 to 80 and head east?
The PTO was part of the package deal for the tiller I picked up last winter. It also came with a really nice model 80 cart. :thanku:Coming along nicely John! I am still envious of your Tiller! Did the PTO shaft come with it? How hard and long does it take to change it out?:trink40:
It's a reproduction unit based on the original Deluxe Suspension Seats that Deere offered with the later 300 and 400 series. He was advertising them on WFM last year. I didn't buy one then, but contacted him again this fall and he was working on another round this fall so I snatched one up!Nice Rig! What is that suspension seat off of? It looks great on there.
John,First of all, VERY impressive skills and mods. I am currently refreshing a 317 right now. Been working on it for a year and I, like you have children (3) so i understand things getting put on hold.
3 point hitch. very nice design. are you using a JD cylinder or did you pick one up at a retail store like tractor supply or rural king?
Steering - I am trying to figure how the assisted steering works. The 400 steering column looks the same as our 317 columns. So does the cylinder just apply constant force which reduces amount of driver effort when you turning?
Thanks for you time and for posting.
I don't remember exactly, but I think I paid about $150 for the climb and valve together from a fellow member who was parting out a tractor.think I may have to follow you in power steering about what was cost? if im not to bold asking
The rear wheels? They are from a 455 with 26x12 tires. I'm not sure what they would look like or if they would even work with a 23x10.5 from a 300-series.Hey john. Quick question here. To get ur tires to look like that. U used a set of 400 series rims. And can u use the same tires as u had on ur 318 rims
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