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purchasing a JD 755

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tkukla
Join Date: Jun 2006
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2006-06-24          131345


I am looking at purchasing a 755 with 850hrs I was told its a 1995 and comes with a 60"mid mount mower,4' snowblower and cab with side doors made of canvas. how do I check the rear pto? I removed the cover and moved the lever by left foot to the rear pto position then moved lever on left of dash but the pto did not spin is that normal? also I'm wondering what the mid mower and snowblower are worth if I were to sell them, there both in good shape. Thanks

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jd110_1963
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 87 westminster, md
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2006-06-24          131352


Were you sitting in the seat when you tried the pto? There is a switch in the seat that must be activated to make the pto work. Check to be sure the wires are connected under the seat. There is also an electromagnet under the dash that makes the pto lever work. You might check the wiring there. I am not sure of the value of the mower deck and the blower, but I suspect if they are in good shape, you might expect to pay around $1000.00 for the mower and around $1500.00 for the blower at a dealer, maybe more if you try to sell it during a snowstorm. Good Luck. ....

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