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Gong to rebuild my '94 LX172 John Deere deck #4719706
04/07/18 05:02 PM
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dblshock Offline OP
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Any ideas for great online part prices?

tia


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Re: Gong to rebuild my '94 LX172 John Deere deck [Re: dblshock] #4719797
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First you must determine if your deck is worth salvaging. If there are any holes or rusted through areas then, you will need a complete deck. If not, the Green Parts Store is a good choice.
https://www.greenpartstore.com/John-Deere-Model-LX172-Lawn-Tractor-Parts.html

Last edited by MParr; 04/07/18 06:21 PM.

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Re: Gong to rebuild my '94 LX172 John Deere deck [Re: dblshock] #4719810
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https://store.bombergers.com/Content/johndeere.asp

I've had good luck with these people. If you need deck bearings, NAPA can save you some money compared to JD.

Re: Gong to rebuild my '94 LX172 John Deere deck [Re: MParr] #4719821
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Originally Posted By: MParr
First you must determine if your deck is worth salvaging. If there are any holes or rusted through areas then, you will need a complete deck. If not, the Green Parts Store is a good choice.
https://www.greenpartstore.com/John-Deere-Model-LX172-Lawn-Tractor-Parts.html


I somewhat agree although with a welder and minor skills most can be fixed unless they are totally rotted.

Hartville hardware also has msrp parts (same as everyone else) and sometimes on amazon they will sell them cheaper(or more$$$)

https://www.hartvillehardware.com/


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Re: Gong to rebuild my '94 LX172 John Deere deck [Re: dblshock] #4719961
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Rand is 100% correct on hartville hardware. You can call them, too. I have 2 recent buying experiences and they shipped fast and were cheaper. I had to add to one online order and they worked with me. Just go to Amazon and they will be one of the alternate sellers on the bottom right of the page. Type in your part number and they will "always" show up as a seller.

I couldn't find much on their personal website


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Re: Gong to rebuild my '94 LX172 John Deere deck [Re: dblshock] #4721883
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Anything John Deere I have ever seen online is the same or cheaper at my local dealer.


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Re: Gong to rebuild my '94 LX172 John Deere deck [Re: dblshock] #4722228
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Originally Posted By: dblshock
Any ideas for great online part prices?

tia


It's been years since I rebuilt spindles and whatnot on a mower deck, but check the JD riding mower sections at MyTractorForum or TractorByNet. Lots of good info. I mail ordered all my parts aftermarket.


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Re: Gong to rebuild my '94 LX172 John Deere deck [Re: dblshock] #4722293
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e-bay and even Amazon have some tractor parts.


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