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Old 06-17-2006, 01:05 AM
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PeterA PeterA is offline
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As long as the deflector gets all the way up and out of the way (so you can get the catcher on with the deflector up), you can "slot out" the rubber deflector shield to allow the bracket to poke though the top of the deflector. Since the bracket is on top of the mower, the slot you cut in the deflector is not going to be a safety risk.

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