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    JD Electric Spreader For X300, X500, and X700 Select Series Tractors
    John Deere Select Series 125 Lb Electric Spreader LP3301
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    Spread seed, fertilizer, ice melt and salt with the best year-round-use spreaders in the industry.

    The NEW Select Series Electric Broadcast Spreader for 300/500/700 Series Tractors!

    This Premium Quality 125 lb. Electric Broadcast Spreader provides an excellent way to apply loose material including fertilizer, weed killer, sand, lime and de-icer. The 125 lb hopper is ideal for medium to large size jobs.

    Features include:

    • Fits 300/500/700 Series Tractors (Not compatible with the X300R)
    • 125 lb. with Ice Melt Capacity
    • Durable Welded, Powder Coat Frame
    • Gear Motor with 5:1 Reducer
    • Patented Directional Control

    Compatibility :

    • Compatible with X300, X500 and X700 Select Series Tractors
    • Compatible with X700 Signature Series 
    • X300 Tractors require front wheel weights
    • Not compatible with X300R Rear Discharge Tractor
    • Not compatible with the 3-point hitch, weather enclosure, cabs or rear receiver hitch when used on X700 Series Tractors

    Replaces LP3301

    UPC 7.59937E+11
    Brand John Deere
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    Great product. Makes the job of spreading rock salt much easier then using a "tow behind" type unit. Installation was pretty simple following the supplied instructions with one exception....in the installation process for the wiring harness the instructions refer to connecting the "Purple wire" to the yellow wire of the ignition cluster. Well good luck finding that. There are too many wiring clusters with too many yellow wires and you cannot follow the wiring harness from the ignition because you can see it from the underside of the dash panel. I ended up connecting the "purple" wire to the power accessory switch on the dash panel. That circuit is a 15amp circuit which is what the spreader is. Bottom line, John Deere needs to add a picture or an illustration and more specific detail for connecting the "PURPLE WIRE".
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    Reviewed by:  from Greensburg, PA. - 3/13/2016
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