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Old 03-10-2019, 07:04 AM
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Default Weight Bracket for XT3 GTX

Looking for a weight bracket, cub p/n 190-307-100.
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Old 03-11-2019, 11:00 PM
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Not sure if this fits and it's probably not much cheaper than OEM but here is a link.

https://www.everythingattachments.co...ry-s/10544.htm
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Sure proud of that stuff ain't they.
Me, i'd just get the fan neighbor to set on the hood!!
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Old 03-12-2019, 03:23 PM
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Not sure if this fits and it's probably not much cheaper than OEM but here is a link.

https://www.everythingattachments.co...ry-s/10544.htm

Looks like the one on the left will work since it's for a GT2500 series which is the same from my understanding. Thanks for the link.
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Ray Weaver has one listed on FB
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There should be a pin that goes through those two ears that the suitcase weights rest on after being dropped down over the front. Not too hard to make that though if it’s missing. Here’s a pic of mine

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Just curious.
Why do you want more weight on the front ?
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Just curious.
Why do you want more weight on the front ?
It’s for the 28 inch rear mount tiller my good man. The mount will go in the front and also the back.

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Good luck mounting and powering that!
Didn't know they had a tiller to fit that.
They didn't/don't have one to fit the GTX2154LE I bought 7 years ago.
Ya got a way to power it and pick it up?
That looks a bit more than 28"
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Good luck mounting and powering that!
Didn't know they had a tiller to fit that.
They didn't/don't have one to fit the GTX2154LE I bought 7 years ago.
Ya got a way to power it and pick it up?
That looks a bit more than 28"
It’s made for the 2165 and up series. Has electric actuator for up and down, wire harness and switch that mounts to dash. 190-304-100 to be exact. Big 5/8 belt runs to the motor. Powers it just fine, 16 horse Vanguard.

Good luck finding the bracket OP, looks like the one Sam posted is the ticket considering how expensive they are new.

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