John Deere MCS 7 Hopper Attachment - LP47168

Part Number: LP47168
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John Deere MCS 7 Hopper Attachment - LP47168
John Deere MCS Hopper Attachment - LP47168 - Includes hopper only
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John Deere MCS 7 Hopper Attachment - LP47168
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Brand John Deere


John Deere MCS Hopper Attachment

Dump from Seat for All X300 Series Tractors

Fits All John Deere X300 Series if already equipped with 2 Bag Material Collection Systems except X300R

The New MCS 7 Attachment is designed to provide dump from seat grass collection/expulsion for all John Deere X300 Series tractors equipped with the 2 bag Material Collection System (MCS). The MCS Attachment eliminates the need to get off of the tractor and empty the bags, as a result it will increase both efficiency and cleanliness in the mowing process. The lightweight aluminum body is light weight and easy to handle. Conveniently located lever and smooth release and latching system are easily accessed from the tractor seat. Because it is engineered specifically for the John Deere Material Collection System, installation is a breeze with simple hand tools. (does not fit 300R)

  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • Designed for full material expulsion
  • Easy access self-latching spring tripped handle
  • Ships almost fully assembled (5 minute handle assembly)
  • Installs in seconds (after initial assembly)
  • Easy -Convenient Access to dump handle directly from seat\
  • Clean -No material handling, no mess
  • Efficient -Unload and go with out leaving the seat
Note: Add on hopper for 2 bag MCS attachment

Factory item - Allow up to two weeks for delivery

Due to size of this unit shipping allowed to lower 48 US States only.


  • California use info:

    ⚠ Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

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The delivery of the hopper system was coordinated through the shipper (Old Dominion). that part went perfectly. I'm not too mechanical but with the help of my wife we assembled the hopper in about 2 hrs. Then we made a quick trip to the local hardware store for 2 cotter pins for the clevis pins which were not included with the hopper. Next we began the process of marking the holes for drilling into the frame. Could not get good markings so I used masking tape over the frame & a pencil to mark for the holes. The scariest part for me was the drilling of the holes especially the right side the hopper where we discovered an existing bolt running right beside where I needed to drill. Finally I did a test run & the hopper system operates perfectly!
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Reviewed by:  from Blissfield. on 7/7/2020

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