I have had my Wright Stander 36" - RH for about two years. As of today, it has 85 hours on the hour meter. I have been noticing lately that the blade spindles are really starting to grind loudly; this is apparently due to the breakdown of grease and lubrication inside the 'sealed' blade spindle housing. Why Wright Mfg. does not have zerk fittings installed for the blade spindles instead, which is essential to keeping the blade spindles maintained with grease, perplexes me. What is the deal? - I am about to purchase another commercial stand-up mower, but I want one that isn't going to prevent me from performing routine maintenance, which could otherwise prove beneficial; furthermore, preventing pre-mature mechanical failure. So, in the meantime, the grinding is getting louder and louder, and now vibration is increasing - obviously as a result. What's next? Will the belt pulleys, that are attached to the blade spindles, just eventually overheat, and then burn up and shred the blade belts? What should I expect since I am not able to lube the spindle housing? What was Wright Mfg. thinking when they implemented a maintenance free design with regard to the blade spindles? Other than this bothersome and developing problem, the machine has been excellent.