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  1. #1
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    john deere 2305

    Default thinking about stepping up

    i currently have a jd2305 & am concerned about the transmission/pto failure issues.can anyone out there tell me if the 2320 or the 2520 utilize the same tranny? i woul like to be able to keep all f my attachents if i trade up, 54mmm,power flo w/ 3bags,200cx,648tiller. any input would be appreciated.thanks

  2. #2
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    Fort Wayne, IN
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    John Deere 4410 w 430 loader and 72" Deck/Case IH 245/Ford 9N/X324

    Default Re: thinking about stepping up

    Good Afternoon

    The 2020 series uses a differnent transmission. Bigger and better. As far as attachments, you could keep everything but the deck. The 2020 series uses a different deck than the "C" series deck on the 2305. You would have to buy some different brackets for the loader as well. If you are interested in trading, keeping the loader and mower on the 2305 would get you the most money. I am a dealer out in Indiana and we ship all over the US. Let me know if you would like a formal quote. Thanks

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