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|rob satkowiak||Looking for the bracket that mounts on the side of the JD 318, this bracket holds the arm that controls the swivel on the snowblower attachment.
|bontai Joe||From your description, it sounds like you need part #AM31952 which is listed on Deere's parts site as being available at (cough... cough) $36.25. This is the bent bracket with the half twist that bolts to the side of the tractor's pedestal and the round control rod passes through it. If you have a decent vise and a piece of 1" wide x 3/16" thick steel laying around, you could make your own in about an hour including painting time.
|Swampfox||I have what you need, the flat piece that stays on the tractor year round. Email me, I will sell.