I was wondering if the pros could share some tips on commercial WB maintenance for a homeowner. I have a 48" Scag belt drive which I barely run 25hrs/year (45min to cut 1/2 acre). It's a good thing that the maintenance intervals are much longer so I can get away with doing most maintenance tasks 1x/year. I have to do everything by myself alone. The simple stuff I don't find too difficult. Each time I run the mower I blow off the clippings debris off the deck and engine area prior to putting the mower away. If I cut wet grass, I tilt up the deck on some lumber and scrape off the caked on clippings from underneath the deck. I lube the grease fittings 2~3x/year. The motor gets a tune up 1x/year and the belts get checked every so often. Now what I find difficult is the deck height adjustments and blade changes. I've changed the deck height once by myself which wasn't very fun. The blades are a little easier but still more cumbersome that I care for. So what are the tricks of the trade? What jack/ramp setups do you all use for ding deck/blade changeovers? For cutting height do you change the deck height or just move the blade spacers from bottom to top? I find myself futzing quite a bit to get the suggested 1/4" downward pitch with the deck and caster spacer adjustment. So I really haven't done any cut height adjustments since I bought the mower. Pictures would be extremely helpful!