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J.D. 955 Front End Impact

Mike Our handy man put the J.D. 955 into a tree while cleaning snow. The bucket is severely bowed, but the real problem seems to be the throttle now runs very fast. It appears that the entire housing around the throttle has moved, not allowing the throttle level to go to it's lowest position. Does this seem possible? Or could it be a linkage issue. It also appears that the steering is now "stiffer". Any suggestions on how to verify the problem, and/or fix it. Thanks
bontai Joe If it hit hard enough to "severly bow" the bucket, it hit HARD. My guess is that this will be a big dollar fix. Sounds like a LOT of stuff got bent.

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