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|Andy||How hard is it to put a wide front on a 706? How costly would it be to find a wide front for one?
|redman||pretty simple if you have the tools.you need a
front off 560 upto 756 or upto 1456 probably be
cheaper for the smaller ones.should be able to
find one for around $500 in good shape.
check the junk yards my dad just found one for
$200.hope that helps.
|nut man||Very easy to do. John Deer uses the same heavy duty Sprague front end. Mine cost about 1000 bucks. The junk yard wanted almost as much.
|Will||Nut man is correct, it is very sinple to put the front end on. Mine has a heavy duty Sprague, which john deer does use. The junk yard wanted almost as much ads the john deer dealer.