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One more bit of Tech to add, unless someone has questions, with respect to Bolt #8 and Nut #7.

This applies to all X3xx and X5xx series machines.


If you are removing the transaxle, do not spin/rotate/turn those nuts. Only turn the bolts. The nuts are swirl head lock nuts and will gouge the **** out of your hitch plate, leaving UGLY bare metal. I got this tip from a buddy, who is a former Deere R&D team member in Horicon, Wi. It's best to remove the transaxle from the hitch plate, then use a small impact gun on the bolt heads to remove the fasteners. This method doesn't even require a backing wrench on the nuts.

Just thought I'd pass that along.....
 

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Nice job!!!
X370 is good, but what about X400 since JD doesn't have an inbetween model like that?
 

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Nice job!!!
X370 is good, but what about X400 since JD doesn't have an inbetween model like that?
How about X370SB or X400SB?
 

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wow looks cool!

great work.



curious, with the extra height will the deck reach down low enough??

what does it look like from the rear??


xk370

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Discussion Starter #28
It's the same height as an X5xx, mowing shouldn't be an issue
 
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