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A: 1/2" x 3" to magnet The best accessory John Deere ever Made!!!!!
A: Dimensions are clearly posted under specs as well as a blown up picture....not sure what more you are needing.
A: Regular and magnetic. Love it!!! 78 year old lady
A: Based on the amount of magnetic power suspect a regular rare earth magnet
A: My Digital Caliper reads .494", so I'd say the pin is a 1/2".
A: Without going to the barn and measuring the pin on my tractor I can safely say that the pin is AT LEAST .50" (1/2 inch) in diameter.
A: It is smaller than the tow hole in your tractor and dump cart, but the magnet holds it in place. The extra "slop" in the fit doesn't cause any issues.
A: JWT: I sort of figured as much. HD’s spec. was confusing, but their specs. have been wrong before on other product descriptions.
A: Yes, the pin diameter is .25, or ¼”. It will fit into the hole in the John Deere tractor mount. It will fit inside a ⅜” (.375) hole. It holds very securely, and does not bounce out during travel.
A: No, you have to buy a strong blue rope and tie your spreader to the tractor. Make sure you use a blue rope it looks a lot nicer than the other colors. You might want to add a Canooten Valve or fender gasket to the end of the rope for extra strength.
A: I think it depends on which mower you buy.
A: Usually not. It comes with the hitch hole you can attach something to, but not the pin. Some models don't come with the hitch either, so check the specs well.
A: I suppose it depends on the manufacturer. Why not just look before you buy?
A: Riding Mowers come with a single hole hitch, so all you need is a hitch pin & what ever accessory you want to pull.
A: I have the JD X758 and i had to purchase a draw bar kit to add a hitch. now it does have a spot to mount a ball but that was not going to work with the trailer that i have. depends on which model your looking at