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John Deere 40 inch Tractor Shovel

Part Number:LP63767
John Deere 40 inch Tractor Shovel
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John Deere 40 inch Tractor Shovel

The 40" Tractor shovel is your Ultimate Work Companion.

The 40" Tractor Shovel has been updated to fit model year 2016 X300 and X500 tractors while also maintaining it's compatibility with the 2015 and earlier X300 and X500 tractors. Its Patent Pending lift mechanism utilizes a high power electric actuator which provides lift, lower, dump and down force. The Tractor Shovel takes the back breaking labor out of jobs like mulching, spreading gravel, ground grading and more! It is precision fit to the tractor's existing frame holes. After initial installation, it is a NO TOOLS mount.

Features include:

  • 1.7 cu. ft. capacity
  • 150 lbs load capacity
  • Down-force allows for ground engaging work
  • Blade access when shovel is in the up position, can be used to doze, scrape, or level material
  • Heavy duty steel construction
  • Convenient dash mounted control switch with clearly marked switch overlay
  • Can be removed in 10 minutes or less after initial installation
  • Shovel Depth: 11", Lift Height: 4"-6" (based on tractor model)
Required Equipment:

Rear ballast is required for installation of the 40 Inch Tractor Shovel kit:
  • X300 series - Two R66949 rear weights (84 lb)
  • X500 series - Four R66949 rear weights (168 lb)
Replaces LP40000


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Customer Reviews

4 Stars
Works well, but has a hole in it
Just bought this from Green Dealer and received it in only 4 days - great shipping at ground speed. I managed to assemble it in less than 3 hours, not bad for a 72 year old. The shovel works great and I used it to move top soil. I didn't use any weight on the back the first day and it was hard to steer, added about 50 pounds on day 2 and steered much better. The only drawback is there is a cutout in the bucket to use as a handle to lift the bucket if you latch it open to use as a blade. That hole is low on the bucket and when I moved top soil the dirt fell out that hole and onto my driveway - I had a mess to cleanup after using. I may just weld some metal over the hole. Without the hole it would be a 5, but gave it a 4 with the hole.
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Reviewed by:  from Cleveland TN. on 11/21/2014