Front Axle for X585


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Front Axle for X585

Al C. I have a John Deere model x585 4X4 heavy duty garden tractor. For almost a month now I have been trying to find out the diameter and weight capacity of my tractor. I have spoken with my dealer and also made many long distance phone calls to john deere but no one can answer my simple questions. I did talk to the Tuff Torq company and found out that Kanzaki does make the front axle on my 585, but with all the trouble I am having getting information I don't even know if this is correct. Why is this a big secret? Does anyone know the answer to my question? or can you tell me who can I can contact to find out the answer to my questions? This started out as a simple question and now I will not stop to find out. Did John Deere make a mistake on this front axle? What is the big secret? Looking forward to some feeback on this issue.

DigicamLife I just found this forum and read your post. It is 12/5/2009 and I have no idea of how long this question has been posted.

However the short answer to your question is another question. Why does it matter? The front axle of the X5 series of tractors is designed to handle anything that you can mount to it including a 45 loader and the 45 loader can lift about 400 pounds, although not necessarily to full height. The loader itself probably weighs 600 then add the 400 pounds of stone and you do the math. What in the world do you want to do with your tractor that would tax it more than that.

John



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