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I made a striping rig for my 32" Stander with chain and some odds and ends. I used 3/8" heavy chain, a old piece of 1/2" square bar, a couple of chain clevis, and some 1/2" wire rope clamps. The mower already had two holes conviently located just below the tipover wheels so I didn't need to drill. The clevis screws in and can be removed quickly if needed. the wire clamps hold the bar tight, the extra clamps on the bar keep the chain from sliding back and forth. The chain is of varying length because of the close proximity to the wheels, shorter on the ends so they don't get caught under the wheels. Here are some pics of the setup and a couple of lawns. :waving:

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Man I really wish I had waited to see this before I spent the 300 on a kit now.
I guess that fixes the problem of not being able to turn due to rollers will mess up the stripes.

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Phew, home taking a break and having lunch the thermometer says 94 but with the humidex it feels like 109. Long heat wave and about a 1/4 of the normal rainfall. Anyway, the list price on the Stander 32" 15hp up here is $7400. I got it for $6800 less $2000 for the Toro 44" 20hp hydro I traded in on it. The exchange rate and duties etc. really bump up the prices. The price on the 36" isn't much more but I got the 32" because I have a lot of tight spaces and gates to get through. Productivity is great. I time all my work and time wise I'm doing better. The cut in better too IMO. Make sure the chain you get is heavy. Iv'e seen some pics and the chain looks pretty light. The chain I used is quite heavy 3/8" grade 30. Measure how much you will need it's surprising how much you use. I got 3 1/4 yds and had to another 2 yards. :waving:
 
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