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  • Trade 42"deck and snow blade for 37" deck


    scooby150do
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      Price: Trade
      Location: Youngstown, Ohio
      Contact: b.fagan@yahoo.com

    Just picked up a double bagging system for a 37 " deck that won't fit the deck I have.  Mine's a 42" side discharge, missing the spindle covers, new blades this season and have the old blades also, cuts well.  Also have a 48" snow blade that came with the tractor I don't need.  I will trade both for a side discharge 37" deck that will work with the bagger I just picked up.

     

    Please email and I can add pictures of mine if needed.  Could meet within reason, way too heavy to ship.



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    Keep in mind that you should have the 6" front rims/tires with the 37" deck. It's my understanding that 8" rims/tires will rub on the deck during left turns.:)

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    4 minutes ago, Racinbob said:

    Keep in mind that you should have the 6" front rims/tires with the 37" deck. It's my understanding that 8" rims/tires will rub on the deck during left turns.:)

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    I have a 37 inch side discharge deck- I have a high lift blade for it too- that has to be used with the bagger- this deck was used on a 312H with a bagger system. I can take pictures of it today- for your consideration- Thanks- Al

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    I'm not real familiar with other wheel horse models, my 312-8 is the only one I have ever owned.  Would this 37 " deck attach the same way the 42" one does?  Pictures might help.  Are you selling this or interested in the 41" deck or plow or both?

    Thanks, Bob

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    Yes- this would attach to your tractor in the same way- Tachmatic hookup under frame- I will take some pics today & send them to you this afternoon- I am interested in the trade- I have a friend that travels to Ohio regularly too for possible exchange- Thanks- Al

    I'm interested in the Trade for the Wheel Horse Plow and Frame only- if- complete-Thanks- Al

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    In addition- you can use your Mule Drive from the 42" deck- just removing the cover on it and changing the belt.- Thanks- Al

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    On 5/11/2017 at 10:42 AM, illinilefttackle said:

    In addition- you can use your Mule Drive from the 42" deck- just removing the cover on it and changing the belt.- Thanks- Al

    The pulleys are slightly different on the mule drive for the 37" decks.  Both of the pulleys are v-style whereas on everything else, there is one v-style and one flat.

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    On the "SCO1" deck- you are correct- But on the "SCO2" Deck they are just like the other Decks- one flat one grooved.  The pulleys on the SCO2 were changed to Flat in front , but deeper to hold regular belt. SO- this statement I made is correct- I just used this Deck on my C-125 by running belt thru my Mule Drive just as I did on my 42" Deck- Al

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