Jump to content
  • Please Read

    The classifieds are for MEMBER equipment only. Please do not post links to ad's or auctions on other hosted on other sites. Any such postings will be deleted. Posting of any comments other than questions regarding the ad will be removed without notice.  Please help us keep the classified section on track.  If you are posting an item for sale you MUST include your location and a price. Items posted without a location or price are subject to removal. You may NOT auction an item to the highest offer. RedSquare is not responsible for the accuracy of the listings. First and foremost, "make all deals at your own risk" and "settle all disputes off of the forum". It is your responsibility to validate the legitimacy of the seller and the sale.  You may report a failed transaction to the moderator administration team which will be evaluated for repeat offenders.  Any effort to deliberately deceive or defraud members will result in expulsion from the forum.

    Do not post duplicate ads in an attempt to increase visibility, any duplicate posted will have newest ad removed, continued posting of duplicate ads will result in suspension.

     

    Hint use the filter on the right to only see active posts. Closed posts indicate the item is no longer available.

     

  • 48" attach o matic deck


    privateer
    • Active

    I need a 48" deck for my C series tractor. Mine has seen better days as the shell has a stress crack around one of the spindles. I really want to keep this tractor working but the current deck is no longer safe.

     

    I'm hoping one of my fellow local WH collectors can part with a 48" deck they have in storage or no longer use.

     

    Thanks for looking!

    Rich from Orange County, NY.



    User Feedback

    Recommended Comments

    Sure you have a 48" deck? They are sized by their width of cut.

    Reason I ask is most 48" decks have a heavy steel reinforcement plate on top of the deck shell and never heard of one cracking. The belt covers are bolted horizontally into the reinforcement. The height adjuster for the rear wheels is on the left.

     

    The 42" decks have no reinforcement so the belt cover bolts go down into the deck shell.

    The height adjuster for the rear wheels is on the right.

     

    Garry

     

    Share this comment


    Link to comment
    Share on other sites

    Hey Rich,   If you want to make a trip to Ohio, I have a nice solid 48" deck that I am going over right now to make it operational again.  Will be in good working order  when I am finished with it!

     

    Charlie

    Edited by Row Cropper
    Mistake

    Share this comment


    Link to comment
    Share on other sites

    Garry, it's a 48". It has everything you describe. Adjuster on left side, reinforcement plate on topside, belt covers screws bolt into plate. I see the stress cracks from the bottom of the deck around one of the spindles. Your knowledge with wheel horses is unbelievable. You've helped me more than enough over the years with your write-ups. Thanks for that...

     

    With that said, I'm not going to worry about it. I decided to rebuild the deck since I had no offers. changing out two bearing sets and the double pulley from spare parts I have hanging around. I'll be good as new for a few more years

    Share this comment


    Link to comment
    Share on other sites


    Create an account or sign in to comment

    You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

    Create an account

    Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

    Register a new account

    Sign in

    Already have an account? Sign in here.

    Sign In Now


  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×