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How do I determine if this deck size is 48" or 52"? I think it's a 48", but would like to know for sure. The model wheelhorse I have is 73550. I need to order a new belt this Spring.

Thanks

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I can't find any deck with a model number ending in 1943, are there any more model number stickers anywhere on it? 

From the tape, I would say 52". My 52" measures 52" from right wheel to left side

Here are the manuals for that model, in case you don't have them all, including the attachments available
 

 

 

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That is a 52" deck. It looks like it had the boot for a vacuum attached at onetime.

 

Here are a few pictures for the 5xi series including: the underhood Quick Reference decal, 48" deck, and 52" deck.

 

Reference Decal

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78363 48" Deck

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78370 52" Deck

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Holy smokes, John.  I have 4 xi's and none of them have that decal.  Even have an NOS hood in the box and I don't think it has it either.  

 

Learn something new new all the time...

 

steve

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1 hour ago, wh500special said:

Holy smokes, John.  I have 4 xi's and none of them have that decal.  Even have an NOS hood in the box and I don't think it has it either.  

 

Learn something new new all the time...

 

steve

It is on my 2000 520xi, Steve. The part number is 100-7304 but no longer available. Terry may be able to help.

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1 hour ago, wh500special said:

Holy smokes, John.  I have 4 xi's and none of them have that decal.  Even have an NOS hood in the box and I don't think it has it either.  

 

Learn something new new all the time...

 

steve

 

 

I've never noticed it either

 

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