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John Deere L110 (where does this spring attach)

Posted by front (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 20, 11 at 10:40

L110 John Deere
The extension spring detached off of the PTO lever. I know one ends goes onto the bolt coming from the lever (10). Where does the other end attach to (number 9 bolt?)???

http://www.fayettetractor.com/pages/OemParts?aribrand=BHG#/John_Deere/L110_LAWN_TRACTOR_(WITH_42-IN_MOWER_DECK)_-PC9289/PTO_LEVER_%26_LINKAGE%3a_POWER_TRAIN/92890002/9289B240B2005000004


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RE: John Deere L110 (where does this spring attach)

I have to admit that I have to stop and ponder the same thing when I replace the bolt in that arm that breaks. I want to say that it hooks on the bracket that is above. Post what you find !


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RE: John Deere L110 (where does this spring attach)

I think it does attach to the bracket. It seems to be working fine now.


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RE: John Deere L110 (where does this spring attach)

I took some photos quite a while back to answer this question before. I couldn't find the old post, but here is a link to photos from my L111 that might help clarify how the spring was originally installed.
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RE: John Deere L110 (where does this spring attach) more info

Below is the link to the original post I was searching for if you are interested...

http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/load/tractor/msg0615121716989.html


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