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Does anyone know of a more affordable aftermarket source for replacement deck wheels and rollers that fit the 1980's and 1990's 42" and 48" SD decks?

 

As much as I like to support my local dealer, the genuine toro rollers and wheels are simply too expensive.  I have over 8 decks I have to get welded and redone to put on my tractors.  I will have a fortune in new spindles, blades and hardware.

 

 

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You MAY be in luck....  I am near Meadville (Blooming Valley).... just south of you.  Also have tons of deck parts, but no spindles.  I ahve the bearings for spindles...some new.  A couple buckets full of  deck rollers from 42 and 48 decks...  and loads of other hardware.  

Call me... 814-763-5700

email is:  daveoman@windstream.net

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I will get a list together......

 

Anyone know of an aftermarket source to get brand new wheels?  They tend to wear, and used ones do not allow for a high enough deck height.  A little wear on the rear wheels makes a HUGE difference on the cut. 

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I have 2 x 42" and 1x 48" complete decks with bad shells. I mite sell the parts off them. Or trade for something I need. PM me if interested. 

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I guess I need to start striping the rusted  decks to finance a deck that ain't rusted????

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I have been using Stens or SJM Parts.  SJM I think is in FL so they may be having a few problems right now.  I have found that Stens parts bought thru SJM are cheaper than buying Stens direct.

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alot of times you can pick up new parts cheaper at the big show then anywhere else. call Dale Dotterer from Dales mower service in Kempton Pa @ 610-756-6453 see what he would want to ship the stuff you need to you. good luck

 

 

 

 

 

eric j 

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another member on here(tarcoleo) turned me on to some phenolic caster wheels for the decks. available at this website. "thecasterguy"  they make a nice 6inch by 2inch wheel that works great on our wh decks. has a grease fitting too. holds the grease way better than the wh wheels. very reasonably priced as well. hope this helps  mike in mass.

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