Simple way to clean your deck or change blades for your ZTR.

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by 4.3mudder, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. 4.3mudder

    4.3mudder LawnSite Silver Member
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    I have seen threads asking what is the best way to change blades and clean under the deck. I thought I would just post what I have done in the past. I have done this before too if something gets wound up undernieth.

    Back tires stay on the gorund the whole time, no worry there. Brake is on so no chance of it rolling backwards. I guess you could always put a block under the wheel to keep from possible movement.

    Best part about this, it is free. No need for another person, or ramps, use your ramp on your trailer. :)


    Last edited: Aug 1, 2009
  2. Th3BullDoz3r

    Th3BullDoz3r LawnSite Member
    from @
    Messages: 59

    been doing that for almost 5 years. Nothing new.
  3. 4.3mudder

    4.3mudder LawnSite Silver Member
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    Well, people have been asking so I thought I'd figure
  4. GravelyNut

    GravelyNut LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,594

    Good idea but not needed on mine. :D


  5. FastMan

    FastMan LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 846

    mudder, thanks for the idea,,, and for making me feel dumb for never thinking of it before! [​IMG]

  6. 4.3mudder

    4.3mudder LawnSite Silver Member
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    Hey now, that is just plain cheating
  7. 4.3mudder

    4.3mudder LawnSite Silver Member
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    No prob :)
  8. Turf Dawg

    Turf Dawg LawnSite Gold Member
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    I cannot do that with my enclosed trailer because the cables go down too far, so I just grab the Hi-Lift farm jack. It may not be as safe but I can get alot higher.
  9. Kel Klip

    Kel Klip LawnSite Member
    from fl
    Messages: 78

    My kubota has a built in jack on the front but I do use the ramp for my choppers.this is very useful info 4.3
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    STIHL GUY LawnSite Fanatic
    from CT
    Messages: 5,226

    i do a similar thing on the back bumper of my dads work truck.

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