Deck Removal

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Old 03-29-03, 10:17 PM
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Deck Removal

I have this Yard Machines 16hp lawn tractor i bought new last year.In the manuel it does'nt show how to remove the mower deck.I removed it once last year and had a hell of a time getting it back on, there was a spring on the back of it that i could barely get reattached because it was so stiff. After that i just started to manhandle it by tipping it on it's backside to clean the underside and keep blades sharp.Well i just recently hurt my back working on a car and need to figure out an easier way to maintain that deck.Could anybody tell me how to do this?
 
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Old 03-30-03, 04:50 AM
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Hello: romod

May not be the best or only possible method but may be worth a try. Use automotive portable ramps.

These steel ramps are those type a car's front or rear wheels can be drive up onto so the underside of the vehicle can be worked on safely. They are available at most automotive parts stores.

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Old 03-30-03, 06:47 PM
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Good idea with the ramps...also could use a comealong attatched securely to pick it up. The hook fits nicely in the attatchment hole at the rear of the mower.
 
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