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2002 - 2005   HDGT X Series
Garden tractor
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The model 45 loader was not compatible with tractors that had four-wheel steering.

48" Mower deck:

Type:mid-mount John Deere 48C
 3-blade with hydraulic lift
Cutting width:48 inches [121 cm]
Weight:117 lbs [53 kg]
Overall width:61.5 inches [156 cm]
Cut height:1 to 4 inch [2 to 10 cm]

54" Mower deck:

Type:mid-mount John Deere 54C
 3-blade with hydraulic lift
Cutting width:54 inches [137 cm]
Weight:150 lbs [68 kg]
Overall width:67.7 inches [171 cm]
Cut height:1 to 4 inch [2 to 10 cm]

62" Mower deck:

Type:mid-mount John Deere 62C
 3-blade with hydraulic lift
Cutting width:62 inches [157 cm]
Weight:277 lbs [125 kg]
Overall width:72.5 inches [184 cm]


Type:front-mount John Deere
Width:54 inches [137 cm]
Height:50 inches [127 cm]
Lift height:11 inches [27 cm]
Cut depth:3.5 inches [8 cm]
 hydraulic (optional)

46" Snow blower:

Type:front-mount John Deere
 single-stage with hydraulic lift
Clearing width:46 inches [116 cm]
Weight:250 lbs [113 kg]
Overall width:47.5 inches [120 cm]


Loader type:John Deere 45
Weight:515 lbs [233 kg]
Height (to pin):73 inches [185 cm]
Clearance, dumped bucket:57 inches [144 cm]
Dump reach:23 inches [58 cm]
Dump angle:45
Reach at ground:43.3 inches [109 cm]
Rollback at ground:25
Breakout force (at pin):1,105 lbs [501 kg]
Breakout force (at 500mm):770 lbs [349 kg]
Breakout force (bucket):740 lbs [335 kg]
Lift to full height (at pin):365 lbs [165 kg]
Bucket capacity:0.19 cu yd [0.1 cu m]
Bucket width:48 inches [121 cm]

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