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  1. #1
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    John Deere 2520, X475

    Default Do JD X400 series attachments fit the new 700 Series tractors?

    I have an John Deere X475 with a front quick hitch, rotary broom, 47 inch snowblower, rear weight bracket and 54C mow deck.

    Will these attachments fit the new 700 series garden tractors? Its no big deal if I need a different driveshaft or something small to make it work, but I'm hoping they will all fit a 700 series.

    I'm considering to buy a second garden tractor (700 series), but If the attachments won't fit, then I'll look for a used 400 series so they are all compatible with both machines.

    Thanks in advance!
    JD 2520 --- FEL, I-Match, Frontier RC2460 Rotary Cutter, Pallet Forks, DR Brush Chipper, JD Ballast Box, 71 Flex Planter!

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    Oct 2005


    They will all work just fine on an X700 series machine.
    John Deere 425 w/40 loader. X585 w/ 3 point, tiller, moldboard plow and 54" front blade. X585 w/ heated ROPS hard cab, 47" snowblower. L118 for mowing. 1965 110.

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