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 12-08-2004, 10:39 Post: 101850
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Does anyone have the parts number for the I-Match?






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 12-08-2004, 12:11 Post: 101854
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LVB25255 is the part number on my invoice. I don't remember if this comes with bushings or not, but you would need bushings to go over the pins on your implements to increase them to (?) Cat-3 size for the I-Match. JD sells spendy bushings (~$13) for this purpose that are nice but you can do just as well buying some cat-1 to cat-2 and cat-2 to cat-3 bushings and fit them inside each other for 1/10 the cost. The local JD dealer here stocks all the bushings I need and it's just a matter of picking them out of the bins. I can find the bushing part numbers if you need them.






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 12-08-2004, 13:59 Post: 101875
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I'm grateful to you for helping me out. I never can figure out how to use the JD Parts Web Site, and to impose on you further I would appreciate the numbers of the bushings to go over my cat 1 equipment of which I have (one) sofar. Thank ever so much!
Bob Jones






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 12-08-2004, 14:14 Post: 101879
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Bob, glad to help out. I couldn't find the I-Match on the JD Parts web site either so had to look it up on my invoice. I don't think you can order the I-Match through JD Parts anyway. JD has a division between parts and sales and I'd bet I-Match is a sales only item (only through a salesman).

Anyway, for each bottom pin you will need one PM 00351 and one PM 03009 bushing. For each top pin you will need one PM 00353 and one PM 030008. These bushings cost less than $1 each where the official I-Match bushings run over $13 each. I do believe you get two official bushings with the hitch. These bushings may have to be shortened a bit to fit in some implements. JD may have shorter versions of them but I've never bothered to search.






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 12-08-2004, 16:24 Post: 101898
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Thanks again! My JD Dealer says the new I-Match is a single lever. The Part number was for the I Match with the 2 levers he's not sure what I will get, but I don't really care.Your part number was the only one JD had, I 'm not sure he really knows.
Anyhow Thanks for all your help.






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 12-08-2004, 16:30 Post: 101900
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By the way, I had purchased a SpeeCo Quick hitch and gave it to my Son






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 12-08-2004, 17:47 Post: 101907
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Did you buy the speeco for your son as a gift? Or did you buy it and not like it? I'm curious how the speeco worked out, pros and cons vs. the I-Match.






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 12-08-2004, 18:27 Post: 101911
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It's quite a story. I bought the SpeeCo for myself and it worked great for the pallet fork. It was painted black and I took it to get it painted JD green, They wanted $50 to paint it. My Son said he would like to have one so rather than pay to have it painted I gave it to him. I paid $169 for it and wasn't going to spend $50 to get it painted. We are going to compare them when mine comes in. There are several of the SpeeCo's around here and I haven't heard Comments either way, but I will check it out.






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