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Are You sure it's M044FPF and Not M044FBF Because I cannot find M044FPF because it not In the Deere attachment catalog but FBF is and those are for the X300 series tractors 2006 to present:thThumbsU
 

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Are You sure it's M044FPF and Not M044FBF Because I cannot find M044FPF because it not In the Deere attachment catalog but FBF is and those are for the X300 series tractors 2006 to present:thThumbsU
I suppose your right...the flash from the camera made it look like an "P"

looks like i'm picking this up if its for the X3xx series. not bad for $150!
 

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Yep that for a X300 series all right:thThumbsU
Didn't need a Blade This Year. Next Year You'll Probably Need a Blower:smilie_fl
 

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ok guys...it made it home. So, what am I missing and what do I have? I have everything for under the tractor but im not sure what some of these other pins and stuff are for.
 

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Wow, $150 is a great price! The two pieces on the left and the one farthest right should look familiar from your snowblower installation. The straight pin will likely go in the front hole of the blade to attach it to the black hitch piece and the hitch pin probably locks the blade left/right/center... I'm not sure about the other parts, sorry. Should be able to find the parts diagram on JDParts.com. I'm sure someone will post it here shortly and be a greater help than I.
 

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Wow, $150 is a great price! The two pieces on the left and the one farthest right should look familiar from your snowblower installation. The straight pin will likely go in the front hole of the blade to attach it to the black hitch piece and the hitch pin probably locks the blade left/right/center... I'm not sure about the other parts, sorry. Should be able to find the parts diagram on JDParts.com. I'm sure someone will post it here shortly and be a greater help than I.
Yea, the two on the left I know that those are. the two pins on the top of the picture I understand too as well as the big pin on the right...its just the stubby little pins on the lower right. no clue. I wonder if they are off something else?
 

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I pulled up the diagram on JDParts and I'm a bit confused on the 3 little pins also.
 

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Great buy on the blade Cornhusker. Now you have both modes of snow removal covered. :fing32:
 

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thanks PEI...it was definitly an impulse buy at a great price. I really didnt need it thought. ive been using the blower as a snow push when its been slushy or minimal accumulation.

when I was there he also offered me his JD 400 for $700...if I wasnt going to my business conference I would have bought that too!
 
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