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Old 04-07-2011, 08:29 AM
MGH-PA MGH-PA is offline
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Best place to order Gravely OEM parts?

Alright, obviously the normal response to this question is my "local" dealer, but I don't have a dealer within 40 or so miles. I'm perfectly capable of doing my own work, but I have no idea where my best bet is in ordering replacement parts.

Little background:

I purchased a used 2005 Gravely 148z this winter, and with mowing season starting to creep up, I'm getting ready to do some seasonal prep maintenance. I'm planning to replace the inner/outer filter element, the new oil filter/oil change, replace the fuel filter, and install a new discharge chute.

Now, I have all of the part numbers, and I've found a few OEM retailers online, and their prices are a littler different, but not by much. Am I better off going straight to Gravely (can I even do this?), or calling my "local" dealer, or just ordering online from a vendor?

As a side note for the Gravely guys here, the parts list for my mower only lists the metal discharge chute that came on it, but I know there is a rubber one on later models. Does anyone know if I could order a rubber cover for another later model to get this to work?

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Old 04-13-2011, 12:57 PM
MCVH04 MCVH04 is offline
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Location: Kaukauna, WI
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Sorry to bring the bad news, but the only place you can get genuine Gravely parts is through your local dealer.
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