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John Deere 42 in. Twin Bagger for 100 Series Tractors
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John Deere

42 in. Twin Bagger for 100 Series Tractors

  • 6.5 bushel capacity
  • Quick and easy installation without tools
  • Bagging blades included
$349.00 /each

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The John Deere 42 in. Twin Bagger for John Deere 100 Series Tractors features open-weave polyester bags for better airflow and cut quality. Installation is easy and doesn't require the use of tools. Fits John Deere 100 series tractors with 42 in. deck.

  • Assembled dimension: 23 in. W x 20 in. D x 41 in. H
  • Open-weave polyester bags
  • 6.5 bushel capacity
  • Quick and easy installation without tools
  • Bagging blades included
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Is the chute included in this package?

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Still yes.
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You betcha.
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June 22, 2016
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Yes, chute, attachment hardware for the deck and back of mower, top cover of bagger and two net bags with frame. You will need I think a 1/ 2" combo wrench and a slotted screwdriver to install.
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November 17, 2015
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Yes it is...it come with the 2 bags and harness to connect it all to the mower. It also comes with extra blades and the tubes that attach from the bottom of the deck to the bags them self.
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November 16, 2015
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Yes, the chute, and mulching blades as well, are included in the kit.
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November 9, 2015
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Thank you for contacting the Home Depot website. The chute and everything else you see in the picture will be included in the purchase of the Twin Bagger.
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Do I have to change to different blades from what are originally on the mower?

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October 2, 2016
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No, I used the original blades and it picks up grass and leafs just fine.
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Still yes.
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Yes, use blades that come with kit, do NOT use mulching blades.
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Use the blades that come with the kit as they produce the correct lift to expel the debris into the bagger.
Do NOT use mulching blades.
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You cannot use the mulching blades on your mower. They will not create enough lift to expel the debris effectively into the bagger.
Use the blades that came with the bagger kit. I learned the hard way and spent $60 on mulcher blades just before ordering the kit, not knowing it came with their special blades.
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June 22, 2016
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Thank you for visiting The Home Depot website. The 3-1 standard mower blades that came installed on your unit can be used for bagging. The high-lift blades that came with the bagging system are used for very difficult bagging conditions.
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Are front weights absolutely needed to use on the L110 with this bagger?

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Nope, not necessary.
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Negative, no weights necessary as the bagger kit itself weighs practically nothing and I would imagine, unless you are mowing rocks, wet grass would weigh about 40 to 50 lbs max w/ full bags.
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You do not need to use any weights when using this bagger system. I actually have not heard of this.
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June 21, 2016
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Thank you for visiting The Home Depot website. Front Ballast is recommended when bagging, especially on hills or inclines.
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Product fit an older LT 133 John Deere?

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Will this fit on an older John Deere LT133 mower?
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Yes, all 100 series tractors, OK.
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It should fit ALL 100 series tractors, as stated in JD literature.
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Thank you for visiting The Home Depot website. This bagger is designed to work with many of our 42 inch 100 series models but is not compatible with the LT Series of mowers including the LT133. The correct bagger for the LT133 would be part BM20454.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 81 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bagger Product looks nice. Assembly instructions are sub-par. Kit did not include blades so that was disappointing. All in all it still gets the job done. October 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by First Time Bagger User I have never used a bagger on a lawnmower before, so have nothing to compare it to. I think this one is great. It fit perfectly onto my JD D130. I installed the mulch blade that came with it. It takes me longer to mow grass now, only because I have to keep driving back to the compost bins to empty the bags. They fill up fast. The only thing is that sometimes one bag fills up faster than the other, and there is only one notch on the shoot to adjust it. It was great in the spring to pick up dead leaves, and now green grass clippings. The easiest way to tell when the bags are full is to reach back and feel them. The only time the shoot would clog up is when the bags were full. A clogged shoot is easy to clear. I like this bagger. I am just starting a tree nursery and needed to start making my own compost. I have included photos. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It was fairly simple to assemble! Used it three or four times and seems to do a good job! I am very happy with this purchase and would highly recommend! October 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by keeping a Deere a Deere easy to attach to riding mower. Assembly instructions could be a little more user friendly. October 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works great - doesn't chop up the leaves & grass like I thought tho It's the same price as the competitors, seems to be up to John Deere quality. My only problem is that it really does not chop the leaves & grass but rather just seems to suck them up & through. So this time of year with all my leaves I am having to empty it all the time. Otherwise seems to work as it should, easy enough to install on my machine. October 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by John Deer Bagger It works like a Vacuum Cleaner and easy installation! October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Can't recommend The instructions were fairly easy t follow and I had the entire thing out together in less than 30 minutes the problem is that the grass is constantly getting stuck in the tube and stopping the baskets from filling. I can see it happening with wet heavy grass, but it happens regardless of the circumstances. I have tried even cutting the grass at the highest level just trimming it, but it still gets stuck in the tube. Not happy at all with this product Dwane October 11, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor performance regarding leaf collection The bagger was fairly easy to assemble and install. However, if you have to pick up lots of leaves like my lawn requires, the bagger doesn't completely pick up the leaves as they are blown to the right of the mower deck which requires to go over and over the lawn to get all of the leaves. You need to feel the bags before they are completely filled or you have to unclog the chute. You can lower the mower deck to help vacuum more leaves but you run the risk of scalping your lawn. You also have to run the tractor at very low speed which helps but still too many leaves exit to the right of the mower deck. I wish John Deere would offer a baffle kit under your mower deck which could help. I do use the blades that come with the bagger but still have the leaf issue. October 9, 2016
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