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 05-01-2004, 01:03 Post: 84838
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 4710 Suitcase weights??

I just bought a 4710 with a MX6 rotary mower. Everything is great except that I need some weights on the front. Is there anyplace that sells the weights for the front except the JD dealer?

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Mike






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 05-02-2004, 07:13 Post: 84942
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 4710 Suitcase weights??

Suitcase weights for my Ford mount onto the bumper, which is part of the tractor and I imagine the weights would not be standard enough to attract after-market manufacturing. I did a bit of web searching and couldn't find anything.

There is a company in India that seems to manufacturer generic weights and perhaps rails to go with them. There wasn't a N.A. rep listed though. A rail designed for particular weights probably could be mounted onto a bumper with a bit of fabrication. If the tractor has a loader, I'd keep in mind that suitcase weights often interfere with loaders. Front wheel weights are another option I suppose.






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