anti-scalping wheel (pics)

THIESSENS TLC

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Ontario, Canada

TLS

LawnSite Fanatic
Leave it on....But I would lower it to the bottom hole!
 

LandFakers

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
CT
Put it this way, sometimes that is the difference between a patch of grass and a patch of dirt. Can also help with not getting hung up on trailers like stated above. Keep em!!!!
 
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THIESSENS TLC

THIESSENS TLC

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Ontario, Canada
It has put a groove in my ramp. I know I can just keep driving up the ramp in the same spot so it doesn't affect the rest of the ramp. I was just wondering if it needed to be there. I'll try to get a picture today of the groove in the ramp. Its nothing serious, but don't really want to risk breaking the tack welds. And if I lower it, it will only make the groove bigger.
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RocketLab

LawnSite Member
Location
San Antonio, TX
Those same wheels are on my Everride 52 floating deck stander. Funny thing is there are no other anti scalping wheels on the rest of the deck.
 

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