2-bag, 6.5-bu (229-L) Bagger, 48-in. (122-cm) D100
6.5-bu (229-L) Rear Bagger

6.5-bu (229-L) Rear Bagger

6.5-bu (229-L) Rear Bagger

6.5-bu (229-L) Rear Bagger

The hopper design provides efficient bagging performance, clean operation, and easy-to-empty bags:
  • Two durable bags with a generous, 6.5-bu (229-L) capacity lift out for emptying and are easy to reinstall.
  • Efficient lower chute provides smooth flow of material to reduce chance of plugging.
  • Standard mower blades can be used for bagging, high-lift blades are available for very difficult bagging conditions.
  • Air-exhaust duct directs air from the hopper back and toward the ground for clean operation.
  • Convenient bungee-cord fastener makes opening and closing the hopper easy.
  • It is easy to install and remove the hopper, and no tools are required after the initial installation.
  • Pins and spring clips hold the hopper and chute in place; there is nothing left to interfere with other attachments when removed.
  • Loose-knit bags allow more air to flow through to provide complete bag filling in wet and heavy grass conditions.


Capacity 6.5 bu (229 L)
Hopper top Cross-linked high-density polyethylene (HDPE)
Chute Polyethylene
Bags Polyethylene
Filling Directly into bags for emptying on the ground or in the trailer or into plastic liners

Tractor compatibility and requirements
6.5-bu (229-L) Rear Bagger is compatible with:
  • D100 Series Tractors equipped with 48-in. (122-cm) Mower
 Requirements and/or recommendations:
  1. Front ballast is recommended when bagging on hillsides.
  2. Use of rear tow-behind attachments that could come in contact with the hopper assembly is not recommended when the hopper assembly is installed.
  3. Special mower blades are not required.

Discontinued - 6.5-bu (229-L) hopper and chute for 100 Series Tractors

Note: Fits 48-in. (122-cm) Mowers.

Note: Discontinued and replaced by BG20777 6.5-bu (229-L) hopper and chute for 100 Series Tractors.


6.5-bu (229-L) hopper and chute for 100 Series, 48 in. (122-cm)

Note: Front Ballast is recommended when bagging, especially on hills or inclines. Includes two bagging blades.
Last Updated : 17-Sep-2015