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John Deere Sector AM122732
John Deere Sector AM122732
 

John Deere Sector AM122732

AM122732 is a John Deere steering sector that fits multiple models of John Deere lawn & garden equipment. This sector attaches to the end of the pinion shaft to allow you to turn your equipment with great ease. This piece is made from high strength heat treated metal to insure it holding up when you are running lots of hours on your equipment.
Price: $121.64


Part Number: AM122732
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    LT133

    LT150

    LT155

    LT160

    LT166

    LT170

    LT180

    LT190

    LTR155

    LTR166

    LTR180

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
John Deere Sector AM122732 September 20, 2013
Reviewer: Harry Pretty from North Reading, MA United States  
ordering and receiving parts was very easy,the part arrived in a few days. I have a hard time getting JD parts in my area You people make it very easy AND affordable, I will only use toy for ALL my JD parts thank You      AM122732

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  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
New steering sector arrival June 28, 2013
Reviewer: Daniel Rutland from Franklin, TN United States  
Sector appears to be good quality but when it
arrived seemed to be impossible to use because
of a wedged mounting bracket. The keyed collar
which fits into the slotted bracket seemed to be
swedged onto the shaft. It wasn't swedged, it
was solidly painted in place. After a powerful
lick with a punch and hand sledge it broke loose
and then worked like it should.

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