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 02-04-2004, 12:43 Post: 75962
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Has anyone installed this kit? The John Deere part # is LVB25453 and it is called a KIT,COMPONENT GUARDS, MID CHASSIS (Part is Obsolete). If you have this kit or have installed one; can you tell me what the kit contained? The rental upgrade kit is a waste of money. (it is nothing more than a C range lock out) I am about to purchase the above kit and wanted to get some feedback and comments from anyone who has experience with this kit. Thanks for the input!






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 02-04-2004, 23:52 Post: 75997
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Chief, that doesn't sound right. There was a guy on the other board who installed the rental upgrade kit and it had all the skid plates. He posted pictures of it all. My dealer also told me I needed the rental upgrade kit for the skid plates.






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 02-05-2004, 10:51 Post: 76020
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The LVB25453 is the Rental Upgrade Kit. It includes skid plates for left and right, and a suction filter guard. It also includes a high speed lockout and some switch lockouts. I just closed a deal for a new 4310 (finally), and I had this option added -- minus the high speed and switch lockouts. My dealer could not parts-out the skid plates only. List price is $305, my dealer threw it in for $229.






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 02-05-2004, 11:26 Post: 76025
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Actually the kit under part # LVB25453 is an obsolete part. I may have been called a rental upgrade kit at some point but no rental upgrade kits are listed for the 4000 Ten Series that I could find on the parts site. The actual Rental Upgrade Kit is listed under part # LVB25105 (which is also an obsolete part) and is not much more than a C range lock out. The LVB25453 can still be had from existing dealer stocks.

sshuma, you got a GREAT price on the kit! Do you think your salesman would sell me one of those kits for that price???? He could drop ship it to me via UPS. If he can; ask him if he what kind of price he can give me on a FULL loaded out MAX weight set of rear wheel weights for my 4410. I want to purchase as set of those too. I believe max. weight is 110 lbs. per rear tire.

sshuma, can you post some pics of the components guard kit on your tractor? I think more than a few folks are interested in this kit.






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 02-05-2004, 13:18 Post: 76046
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sshuma, you were indeed correct! JD does not show this kit in the parts website. Here is what I found the kit contains.






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 02-05-2004, 15:23 Post: 76052
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Chief -- I was just about to reply, and refreshed and saw you had found the description.

For anyone else out there looking for it -- go to www.deere.com, pick 'Residential', and get to the 400TEN series under New Equipment. Do a 'Build and Price' -- the Rental Upgrade shows up under the 'Attachments for Field Conversion' section.

As for the price, it's $305 right on that site. My dealer gave me the lower price because I was buying the tractor from him.... So I doubt he would honor the lower price for others. However, if you are having trouble finding the kit, I'll certainly ask him if he can get you one.

PS -- I'll be getting the tractor in two weeks, then will post some pictures.






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This thread got me off my butt and I ordered the Rental Upgrade Kit for my 4310. No ETA yet.






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 02-13-2004, 16:30 Post: 76798
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Folks -- My new 4310 arrived today!!! Of course, it is incredible!! But I wanted to respond to this thread that the guards from the Rental Upgrade Kit are very nice -- and, in my opinion, worth every penny and then some. My dealer told me he plans to recommend them to all of his tractor buyers from here on.

I'll try to get some pictures taken this weekend!






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Just posted some pictures -- 5 and 6 are the guards...






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Thanks for the pics. From what I can see they just bolt right on. My kit should arrive soon and I'll post a review of the installation procedure when it does.






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