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  • Gregor
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      Location: Il.
      Contact: Gregor

    When I bought my C-125, it came with a mower deck. I have no use for it, or any part of it. As you can see, the shell itself has several holes in it. The rest of the deck, seems pretty good, except for the blades, they are oast. The spindles are all tight and spin free. If anyone wants any of of it, I will disassemble, and ship it to you for the cost of shipping. Sunday afternoon, it goes out for the junk ma. I have no room for it, or half the other stuff I have collected. Let me know.  Greg.20210416_154758.jpg.ae2075875e4514ecd67bbe69b37e5afa.jpg

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    haydendavid380

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    42" SD? If so, I'll take the belt covers and hardware.

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    Gregor

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    I can't find any numbers on it, but the entire thing measures just over 51". I'm guessing it's 48". But I'm not a very good guesser. :dunno:

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    Ahead of the Curve

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    Hello,

     I would be happy to take all the spindles. Putting together wheel horses for and with my 3 son's. Extra parts always good. Let me know how much and how to pay you. Zip code 48435.

    Thank you,

    Tim

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    richmondred01

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    4 minutes ago, Ahead of the Curve said:

    Hello,

     I would be happy to take all the spindles. Putting together wheel horses for and with my 3 son's. Extra parts always good. Let me know how much and how to pay you. Zip code 48435.

    Thank you,

    Tim

    Who remembers this?
    it just hit me when he made the post.

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    Ahead of the Curve

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    Hello again, 

     My wife just asked me to find out about the rollers and wheels if they was available also?

    Thank you again,

     Tim & Meranda

     

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    Ahead of the Curve

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    That is too cute👍

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    gwest_ca

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    The deck is a 48" because the mounting screws that hold the covers on are horizontal into the deck reinforcement plate.

    The 42" covers have the mounting screws going down into the deck.

     

    48" deck height adjuster is on the left

    42" deck the height adjuster is on the right.

     

    Looks like the remains of the ID plate under the bottom bolt of the strap next to the height adjuster in the photo.

     

    Garry

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    Gregor

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    7 minutes ago, Ahead of the Curve said:

    My wife just asked me to find out about the rollers and wheels if they was available also?

    Everything you want to pay shipping on is available. I will rip it apart tomorrow, and get shipping prices, when you tell me what all you want. I also have a mule drive. Trouble is, I have several mule drives, and I'm not sure which one goes with this tractor.

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    Gregor

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    Only 7 1/2 hours. Take the wife and kids for a Sunday drive. :auto-layrubber:

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    Ahead of the Curve

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    Hello again,

     We are building 400 series lawn tractors. Mostly 414-8's . I actually got them convinced to all build the same models for parts / conveniences. They have all have that style 48 inch decks. I would take any good parts off that deck you wish to send.  One deck they have has a bend side wheel on the deck so if you even have them parts that would be great. 

     Thanks again,

     Tim & Meranda

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    Gregor

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    I'll take it apart and send you pics tomorrow.

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    Ahead of the Curve

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    That I would love to do but our oldest is expecting a baby any day now. Had to cancel the Spring Jefferson swap meeting in Wisc next week just to stay close. First time in 15 years not going to make it. 

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    Gregor

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    Bring her along. My daughter is a doctor. Not a baby doctor though. :angry-nono:

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    Gregor

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    WOW ! It's a lot more fun ripping stuff apart, when you don't have to put it back together again. :banana-wrench:I did find a serial/model number plate. Best I can make out, it says,

    05-48S01-2378

            9305

    Maybe you can find a parts breakdown with these numbers.

     

    As  I said earlier, I think the shell and blades are toast, but I will send as much, or as little as you want. It's your dime. The center anti-scalp roller is a little wonky, but it's plastic, so I think it could be drilled out, and a sleeve put in.

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    Cleaning parts is extra.

    And to think. I stayed relatively clean all day today, until now.

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    Gregor

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    Let me know what you want, and I will try  to get a shipping estimate.

     

    Rear axle with gauge wheels, rollers, and mounting hdwe. 20210417_054647.jpg.ec69a9084c20dc35fc386494a1b5695b.jpg

    Front anti-scalp rollers

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    Belt,spindle covers

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    Front gauge wheel mounting hdwe,

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    Belt tensioner bracket

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    Misc. bolts, nut. hdwe.

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    Deck attachment brackets

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    Deck stabilizer plate. (at least that's what I would call it) :dunno:

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    Blades

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    Spindles and pulleys20210417_054419.jpg.5a55ef4fe60ab207207129e0f8064762.jpg

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    Ahead of the Curve

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    Hello,

     WOW you have been busy. You do not have to clean anything. I would take it all. Just let me know how much and cover some for your work also. 

     I won't need the shell or blades.  Send me a message via this form and I can reply with address.

    Thanks again,

     Tim & Randi

     

    PS..

    You mentioned mule drives and I found this statement on a feed here..."

    That version has been used to tension the mower deck drive belt on horizontal shaft garden tractors since the inception of the Attach-Matic hitch system in late 1972. The 60" deck did use a spring-loaded derivative, but the others were basically the same. The tensioner for the earlier 37" SD deck did use two V groove idlers instead of one V and one flat, but that was because of the unique six-sided belt. The rest of the assembly is the same. "

     

    Hope that helps some. 

     

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    Gregor

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    I will have to get some boxes together. I will try to split the weight evenly among them. I am not too sure about the axle though.  Just how to go about shipping that. I don't know what the max weight for the USPS is. We have no UPS store here in our little slice of heaven.

    Just read this.

    USPS Retail Ground pieces may measure up to 130 inches in combined length and girth (but will be charged oversized prices). Regardless of the size of the mailpiece, the maximum mailable weight of any mailpiece is 70 pounds.

    No idea what it means, but I read it. If I take the wheels, rollers, and linkage off the axle, it will still need a box of 45" long, 6" square.

    When I know more, I will let you know more.

    I am pretty sure I know what mule drive goes with the 125. I will have to check them out.

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    Ahead of the Curve

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    Yes if the axle is too large don't worry about that. I just really appreciate the parts. Anything that can be reused is great. Save it from the junkman and keep another horse cleaning up the lawn. 

     Bad memories of that "Cash for Clunkers" program they did years ago wiped out so many collector items. Too some mangled metal into scrap with my boys during that event, got to the scrap yard and sitting in a pile 4 of cars 4 high was two worthwhile autos. 3rd up was a 67 Pontiac Lemans ( 2 door)  and 4th car on top was a 72 Camaro SS. My kids got teared up. Saw many trucks, vans, even lawn mowers. Bad moment on time for collectors. 

     Anyhow thanks again for saving another Wheel Horse Item. 

    Tim 

     

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    Gregor

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    Don't know if you have seen this or not. @19richie66posted it. Could be very helpful.

    oops. Forgot the link.   file:///C:/Users/Wieskamp/AppData/Local/Temp/Mower%20Rotary%2048in%20SD%201977%2075-48MS01%20TIPL.pdf

     

    My wife has to go to the "big city" on Monday. She is going to take everything to the UPS store. We'll see what happens

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