John Deere 21-inch Professional Two-Piece Seat with Four-Bar Suspension and Slide - BUC10625

Part Number: BUC10625
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John Deere 21-inch Professional Two-Piece Seat with Four-Bar Suspension and Slide - BUC10625
John Deere 21-inch Professional Two-Piece Seat with Four-Bar Suspension and Slide - BUC10625
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John Deere 21-inch Professional Two-Piece Seat with Four-Bar Suspension and Slide - BUC10625
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Brand John Deere

Description

John Deere 21-inch Professional Two-Piece Seat with Four-Bar Suspension and Slide 

The 21-in. (53.3-cm) professional two-piece seat, four-bar suspension, and slide shipped on Signature Series X700 Tractors is available as an upgrade seat and suspension for all X500 Multi-Terrain Tractors (model year 2006-). See specific serial numbers below

Features for this seat include:
  • Thick seat cushion for lasting comfort, even after a full day of use
  • Back of seat can be angled to maximize operator comfort  
  • Convenient lever on the side of the seat unlocks back of seat to allow positioning
  • Four-bar suspension and slide are included for extra comfort and bolt to the tractors fender-deck mounting holes
  • Includes armrests

Fits models:
  • X500 after serial number 100,001
  • X520 after serial number 100,001
  • X530 after serial number 100,001
  • X534 after serial number 100,001
  • X540 after serial number 100,001
  • X570 all
  • X580 all
  • X584 all
  • X590 all
  • X750 after serial number 030,001
  • X754 after serial number 030,001
  • X758 after serial number 030,001
Replaces BM25346

Features

  • California use info:

    ⚠ Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Customer Reviews

homeowner
Before installing the slide assembly, most people will want to use the optional slide holes which will allow the seat, once installed, to slide back another inch. As shipped, forward travel ability is excessive, and rear travel is barely adequate. But again, you can easily address the issue by removing the 4 bolts connecting the bottom slide to the upper, and using the optional mounting holes in the upper track.
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Reviewed by:  from Virginia. on 12/19/2019
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