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    Default John Deere 4in1 - what type of mount?

    I was wondering what type of mount the John Deere Frontier 4in1 buckets use. They show as "Quick Attach" on the JD web site but I was wondering if that is a JD proprietary q/a or a bobcat type q/a. I understand the pricing is very reasonable for them.

    John Deere Ag - Frontier Equipment Features for 4 in 1 Bucket

    The two models are:
    AL1460H
    AL1472E

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    Default Re: John Deere 4in1 - what type of mount?

    Here is some pictures of mine. Mine cost right at $2000 including everything that needed to be done, but I think I got credit somewhere for the other bucket as it was a new machine.
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    Default Re: John Deere 4in1 - what type of mount?

    I hope the pictures answer the question because I couldn't write the answer (except I don't know). Too new to tractors to "know" anything, but I'm fast becoming an expert at destroying 30' alders and ripping black berries out.

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    Default Re: John Deere 4in1 - what type of mount?

    How do you control your open/close on the 4n1? Do you use the lever or do you have an aftermarket joystick with buttons?
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    Default Re: John Deere 4in1 - what type of mount?

    Quote Originally Posted by garth466
    I hope the pictures answer the question because I couldn't write the answer (except I don't know). Too new to tractors to "know" anything, but I'm fast becoming an expert at destroying 30' alders and ripping black berries out.
    Thanks, yes the pictures tell the story :-). It does appear to be a proprietary pin on mount and not a standard skid steer type. I will probably go with a WR Long 4in1 as I can get one for around $1500.

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    Default Re: John Deere 4in1 - what type of mount?

    I have a lever just forward of the 3PH control. I works pretty easy, but that joystick would be the way to go. I just saw one of those here last night. Of course it may be too easy to accidentally use on a joystick.

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    Default Re: John Deere 4in1 - what type of mount?

    Quote Originally Posted by garth466
    I hope the pictures answer the question because I couldn't write the answer (except I don't know). Too new to tractors to "know" anything, but I'm fast becoming an expert at destroying 30' alders and ripping black berries out.
    That is the JD proprietary Quick Attach system, not the universal SkidSteer QA setup.
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