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Old 06-01-2015, 12:04 AM
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Default 100 with Front Mower Deck



This is the FM48 woods front end mower deck in my 100, I'm trying to find a manual or some sales brochures on it or any info at all really, my dad got the 100 that has creeper, fenders, headlights, hydro lift , a sleeve hitch and the FM48 as payment for always helping on their farm
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Old 06-01-2015, 01:17 AM
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I don't have any information to help you, but that sure is neat!
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April 1979 1200 Quietline 44A deck 1988 1211 customized into a 1288 with a K301AQS 38C deck . Snow blades 42" and 54" . Brinly disk, brinly plow a cultivator and a $5 brinly yard rake!
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http://www.singletonsales.com/pages/...1323%2fAS-3056

Looks like Woods knows.....


Ebay has some cool stuff too.....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/WOODS-42-FM4...-/150841469575
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PM me your e-mail. I have some info but the files are to large to down load here.
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1641 AKA Black Jack with a 402-E Haban Sickle bar mower
1641 AKA Black Jack #2 with 46" deck
149 with a 1A Tiller
JD330 with 50" deck and 3 point hitch.
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I pm'd you
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I e-mailed everything to you.
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1641 AKA Black Jack with a 402-E Haban Sickle bar mower
1641 AKA Black Jack #2 with 46" deck
149 with a 1A Tiller
JD330 with 50" deck and 3 point hitch.
JD317 dump truck
BX2660 with FEL & Grassanator
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I'm trying to find the blade number for this very deck. I've looked at all the parts manuals and they are quite vague in the numbers. They list 3 different blades for 3 or 4 decks and all are listed under the same item. When I do a search of the part number and get nothing.. uggh
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126 in surgery with weights, spring assist, 3 point and sleeve hitch
100 with woods finish mower and rear lift,
Nice 125 with super nice sweepster, 1782 Super Diesel,
1650,782D in surgery, 102 parts tractor..
3 Brinley plows, Brinley cultivators , rear scrape blade, front plows and custom built bedder attachment.
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Earl, I gave a link in your other thread to an online parts book. Gives the part number and even blade size. Doesn't get any easier than that.
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Earl, I gave a link in your other thread to an online parts book. Gives the part number and even blade size. Doesn't get any easier than that.
I saw it, it shows 3 different blades. The image I saw didn't list an actual part number unless I missed it. Messicks has the same thing. The blades themselves are a bit over 16" and that's fine. It takes a special blade though with an arch to each end if that makes sense. I will look again but with 3 different styles it would make it easy to order the wrong ones...
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100 with woods finish mower and rear lift,
Nice 125 with super nice sweepster, 1782 Super Diesel,
1650,782D in surgery, 102 parts tractor..
3 Brinley plows, Brinley cultivators , rear scrape blade, front plows and custom built bedder attachment.
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Old 08-12-2017, 02:20 AM
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Took a ton of clicking, copying, pasting and research to find them. Apparantly kubota uses the same blade. So I found the woods number it crossed to kubota, from there to Oregon and finally stens. Kubota was just too pricey, Oregon out of stock everywhere and finally stens for $14+ each. Important note is these blades are left hand cut. Found them on stens direct... 345-751 is the stens number...
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100 with woods finish mower and rear lift,
Nice 125 with super nice sweepster, 1782 Super Diesel,
1650,782D in surgery, 102 parts tractor..
3 Brinley plows, Brinley cultivators , rear scrape blade, front plows and custom built bedder attachment.
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